Incomparable Toilet Repair and Replacement in El Cajon, CA

If you have an issue with a toilet in your home that always runs, clogs, or otherwise doesn’t work correctly, let our top-rated, industry-certified plumbing specialists take a look at it. The chances are that our plumbers can improve flushing power, remove clogs, and get your toilet up and running again at peak performance in no time at all.

At El Cajon Primo Plumbing, our plumbing specialists have the skills and know-how to provide you with routine maintenance or extensive toilet repairs. From simple drain cleaning to complex sewer line repairs, you can count on our expertise to help you solve all of your plumbing needs.

Toilet Clogs

There is nothing quite as off-putting as standing over your toilet bowl and watching the waste refuse to go down the drain. The only thing more repulsive is watching that waste water spill over your toilet’s rim. When you’re facing a situation like this, you can try to use a regular, household plunger to relieve the clog, but if this doesn’t work you should turn off the water to your toilet and call a plumber in El Cajon, CA, right away. The problem may be something relatively simple, but there could also be a clog further down the system in the sewer line. Our team of plumbing pros will investigate and help you stop the clog ASAP!

Running Toilets

A toilet that runs around-the-clock is a leaky toilet. This can be a very costly situation for you if you don’t fix the situation right away. Leaky toilets can waste as much as 200 gallons of water in just one day. The longer you allow the situation to persist, the higher your water bill would be. Our local plumbers have effective and affordable solutions to repair a leaky toilet. Give us a call today and let us discuss your options.

Replacing an Old Toilet

Do you live in an older home? Many people think all toilets are built alike, but this not true. Toilets manufactured prior to the mid-90s are not as water-efficient as newer toilets. The average toilet, pre-1994, has a gallon per flush (gpf) rate of 3.5 gallons. That means every time the toilet is flushed 3.5 gallons are used whether you need this much water to remove the waste or not. Newer toilets have gpf of 1.6 and dual-flush toilets use even less water when removing liquid waste only.

If you’re interested in learning how a new toilet can save you money, call our office and let us put you in touch with a plumbing pro who can explain the money-saving features new toilets offer property owners.

Did you recently buy a new toilet? Don’t waste your money or risk damaging your toilet with DIY installation. Opt for professional toilet installation from El Cajon Primo Plumbing and use your toilet with confidence, knowing that you won’t have to worry about leaks or incorrect installation.

Call us today and let us show you all the ways we can assist you with toilet repair and replacement in El Cajon, CA.