If your toilet never stops running or has issues at random times throughout the day it can really increase your water bill.  This is an easy problem to identify when it comes to common toilets issues but there can be many others.  We’ve been in this industry a long time and have seen every toilet issue that can possibly happen.  You can count on your expert Indianapolis plumbing company to fix you up.  We can help you get your toilet back up to optimal fast.  If you’re dealing with these problems right now then you know exactly how annoying it can be.  Some of the issues that we can fix for you are listed below and if there is a problem not there then don’t hesitate to contact us today.

  • Low water pressure/no flushing power
  • Running non stop
  • Clogs
  • Leaks
  • Replacements and new toilet installation
  • Toilet repair


No flushing power – if your toilet has lost flushing power or it’s just always had a weak flush then you should have us look at it.  This problem can and will end up causing bad clogs and you’ll need to have the clog fixed as well as possible other problems.

Won’t stop water flow – If it runs for too long after you flush, then it is literally money flushed down the drain.  Let us come save you some money in the long-term.  Even if it just runs a little it can cost you a ton.

Leaking– If it’s leaking then it needs to be addressed very fast because it can damage the structure of your home.  This is an emergency plumbing issue but you probably already knew that.  If you weren’t aware then make sure to contact us before it’s too late and your toilet falls through the floor!

Clogs – if your toilet is clogging you will most likely be aware.  This can cause a ton of problems but by far the most common one is overflowing.  If this happens then there will be a big mess in your home and it will end up costing you a lot of money.  Give us a call as soon as you notice this and it will save you money.

Replacement – There are a few times that you will want to just get a new toilet.  If it’s over 10-15 years old then we would suggest getting a new one because it’s probably inefficient.  Old toilets don’t operate as smoothly and will cost more to operate.