How Much Does It Cost to Construct a New Bathroom?

Monday, March 22nd, 2021

bathtubWe spent more time at home than ever before last year. We know that during this time you probably started noticing all the small things about your home. Did your home’s bathroom become a focus in your home? If so, then it might be time for you to invest in bathroom plumbing services in Orlando, FL.

We know what the main thing is that holds you back from constructing a new bathroom—the cost. We’re going to break down the cost of the average bathroom plumbing today. We can help you finance this work, and we’ll make sure that it’s as affordable as possible too.

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Here are 3 Signs That You Need Your Drains Cleaned

Monday, May 20th, 2019

dirty-drainIn most homes, drains don’t get the attention they deserve. Not many people think about how their drains work, until, of course, they stop functioning. If you have a clogged drain, then there could be a hundred reasons for it.

However, there a few common causes of a clogged drain, and by finding out about them, you can increase your chances of preventing a clogged drain in the future.

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Why Is My Toilet Constantly Running?

Monday, June 19th, 2017

toilet-with-button-flushYou know the sounds your toilet makes after the flush lever is pushed: there’s about a minute where you hear the slow run of water as the water in the tank flows down into the bowl to fill it. After that, the water will shut off and you won’t hear any more sounds.

But what if the sound of running water continues without stop? This is a running toilet, and although it won’t create a huge emergency, it does create a huge amount of water waste. This is definitely something you’ll notice on your next water bill. But you also can’t flush the toilet while its running—something you may have noticed before if you immediately push down the handle after the first flush. These are good reasons to have bathroom plumbing repairs done. When you have a running toilet that won’t stop, call for professional plumbers in Winter Springs, FL to take care of it.  

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Watch Out for These Warnings Your Toilet Needs Repairs

Monday, January 16th, 2017

Did you know that the toilets in your household account for, on average, 40% of your home’s indoor water use each year? Yes, that’s a lot! Most people assume that the shower might be the major source of water use, but the amount of water used per flush in toilets add up fast. This is one of the reasons we strongly recommend homeowners install low-flow toilets and other fixtures.

We bring this up as a reminder of how important the toilet is to your home’s plumbing. Yes, its function is vital, but it also uses immense amounts of water. Any time there’s a plumbing issue with a toilet, it needs to be resolved ASAP! And often, those problems can be tough to detect—or easy to ignore. Below we’ve put together a list of some signs your toilet may need repairs. Contact our plumbers for the work.

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Don’t Panic if the Toilet Overflows! Here’s What You Can Do

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

We understand that it’s a bit nerve-racking when you see the water level in the toilet bowl rise up higher than it should, moving toward the rim of the bowl. If this is due to a simple clog, then a standard plunger can take care of the issue before you have to worry about the toilet actually overflowing. (If clogs become a regular occurrence, on the other hand, contact a professional plumber to see if there’s something more seriously wrong with your bathroom plumbing.)

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When the Toilet Won’t Stop Running

Monday, September 12th, 2016

One of the bathroom plumbing problems that homeowners run into the most often (after sink and shower clogs) is a toilet that continues to run long after flushing. Normally, a toilet only runs water long enough to re-fill its bowl with the water from the tank. As fresh water enters the tank, a mechanism eventually shuts off the water flow and the toilet stops running. But sometimes something can go wrong and the toilet will continue to allow water to move from the tank to the bowl and from the feed line to the tank. This is a major waste of water, and something you want repaired as soon as possible.

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The Strange Things That End Up Stuck in Toilet Drains!

Monday, May 23rd, 2016

This is a piece of advice we give to all our customers—and to home owners in general: don’t use the toilet as if it were a garbage can! It isn’t equipped to handle the standard trash you throw into a waste receptacle, and it can lead to serious damage to your plumbing system and seriously inconvenient clogs. Any plumber can tell you about bizarre items they’ve had to clear out of toilets. We’ve collected a list from around the web of a few of the more odd things that have gotten sent down household toilets, accidentally or on purpose:

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4 Signs You Need Bathroom Plumbing Repairs

Monday, May 9th, 2016

The bathroom(s) in your house use the most water of any of its room. The toilet alone can account for 40% of the plumbing system’s monthly fresh water consumption. It’s vital that the plumbing in the bathroom remains in excellent repair. Leaks and other problems will waste enormous amounts of water and can rapidly create extensive damage that is extremely expensive to mitigate.

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Some Signs to Tell You Need to Replace Your Bathroom Toilet

Monday, February 1st, 2016

The bathroom toilet is about as essential as a home plumbing fixtures can get. Your toiler receives daily use and you probably don’t expend much other thought it. In fact, it’s easy to assume that a toilet will simply go on performing its useful function, day after day, with only a few occasional repair problems.

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What Tools Can I Use to Clean My Drains?

Monday, June 15th, 2015

Regular drain cleaning is an important part of routine maintenance for your kitchen and bathroom plumbing. Over time, organic and inorganic build-up will develop along the inside of these pipes, such as food particles, grease, hair, and soap scum. With enough build-up, the drains will become slow and eventually clog.

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