Toilet repairs and installations

Toilet repairs and installations

Toilet repairs can arise from problems that go largely unnoticed, or other issues that can lead to your property flooding out, especially if your WC has an old syphon with no integral overflow and a badly connected overflow pipe. Most toilets do have valves with integral overflow these days and a higher than expected water bill may highlight an issue with either the flushing/drop valve or the filling/float valve. Some push botton valves may experience an issue with the button mechanism, which, if correctly identified, a replacement part can be ordered without too much plumbing upheaval. Other problems can be leaking cistern bolt seals and loose pan connectors. But if you do have any one of these toilet issues then these are all problems that I can help you with.  

Time guide

A replacement drop/flush valve with a bayonet fitting into the cage can be replaced within a quarter of an hour providing the original valve can be identified. A filling valve usually takes up to an hour.