There are common problems that cause your toilet to work incorrectly including a weak flush, incomplete flushes, dripping, gurgling/whistling noises, etc. Old toilets can also be uncomfortable, inefficient, or cracked. Toilet replacement is straightforward, but do it incorrectly, and you will have a mess on your hands. Repair, install or full replacement, we can do it all. In addition to fixing issues with your toilet, we also replace bathroom vanities. Replacing a vanity is not as simple as it seems. In most vanities, pipes may have to be arranged, faucets to be installed, lines may need to be replaced. Don't worry, we are here to help. We have the necessary tools and experience to replace all the fixtures in your house. Save time and be free from headache and leave the job to us!
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A quick renovation story:
"My downstairs bathroom was just old and looking really tired. I did not have the budget to redo the whole thing and tear it all out. I spoke to a few friends, got some ideas, and I called the guys at Elizabeth Drain Service. After we decided on a new toilet, a new vanity replacement, including a new sink, and a new faucet, they went and picked everything up for me, after I spent a couple of hours at Home Depot deciding. Then, two days later they came over in the morning, pulled out my toilet, my vanity and my mirror and the light fixture. In about five hours or so, they had replaced my toilet, replaced my vanity and put in the new one, with a new sink, a new faucet, new medicine chest, and a new light fixture over the sink. Everything looked beautiful and new, and we didn't remove one piece of tile off the wall OR the floor. They checked to make everything was working perfectly, and after they left, my daughter and I went to Home Goods and spent about $100 on some fancy hand towels, a cute little magazine rack, and a couple nice little decorative pieces. It was amazing - like I had a whole new bathroom, and I spent less than $2,000. My wife was thrilled. I think a little bit of crown moulding is next!"
-P. Walters, Tenafly NJ
Signs Your Toilet Needs Repair
If you experience this more than once a week, then most likely your toilet has a problem
Flushes A Little
If it can't attempt to flush, that's a clear sign that somethings has gone wrong in the flushing system
Toilet Tank Do Not Refill
If a toilet tank doesn't refill, the fill valve will need to be replaced with the right type and fit.
If this happens frequently, you might need a new flapper or even a completely new toilet.
If the rust appears on certain parts, then replacing those components is enough. But is the corrosion is widespread, you will need to replace your toilet.
This may come from the seal or fractures in the toilet's porcelain itself. Be sure to inspect and clean the areas to ensure there are no cracks.