A clogged, overflowing, or leaking toilet is a plumbing problem that simply can’t wait. Any one of these issues can leave a toilet unusable, which is a major inconvenience in any household. Even seemingly small issues like a constantly running toilet can waste large amounts of water and drive up your bill. It’s best to tackle toilet troubles as soon as possible to avoid disaster.
At Len The Plumber, we’re available 24/7 for any toilet problem – big or small. We understand how inconvenient a broken toilet can be and we know it’s important to repair or replace it as soon as possible. Just give us a call and we’ll dispatch a local plumber to your home in a fully stocked service vehicle to repair your toilet on the same day.
For toilet repair or replacement in Burlington County or Camden County, call Len The Plumber at 800-950-4619 or contact us online today! We offer 24/7 emergency toilet repair at no extra charge!
Our Professional Toilet Repair & Replacement Services
Len The Plumber’s skilled home plumbing professionals are ready to provide quick, full-service toilet repair and replacement anywhere in Camden County or Burlington County – the same day you call! Whether your toilet bowl is overflowing or you’ve got a clogged toilet that doesn’t respond to plunging, no job is too big or too small. We’ve seen and fixed it all, so call us when you need:
- Clogged toilet repair
- Running toilet repair
- Toilet installation
- Leaking toilet repair
- Toilet flush valve repair
- Toilet flange repair
- Toilet flapper repair
- Toilet gasket replacement
Don’t despair if you find yourself in sudden need of the services above! Instead, call the plumbing experts at Len The Plumber. We’ll have your toilet back in working order quickly to minimize the inconvenience and frustration for your family.
When you need toilet repair or replacement in Burlington County or Camden County, give us a call at 800-950-4619 or schedule your toilet repair online today!
Toilet Replacement & New Toilet Installation
Toilets have long service lives, but eventually they do wear down or break. Older toilets also use far more water than newer models. If your toilet is more than 30 years old, replacing it will significantly reduce the amount of water you use in your home.
Choosing a new toilet can be overwhelming – not only do they need to look good and fit in with your bathroom’s décor, they also need to function well and accommodate the needs of everyone in your family. The friendly team at Len The Plumber is well versed in the best toilets on the market and can help you choose the best replacement toilet. We’ll make sure that it matches your style, budget, water usage desires, and personal preferences.
Is your old toilet experiencing problems, or are you looking to upgrade to a high-efficiency toilet? Call Len The Plumber for expert toilet replacement & installation in Burlington County or Camden County. Reach us 24/7 at 800-950-4619 or contact us online today!
Professional Toilet Repair Services
Toilets seem relatively simple, but when your toilet is leaking, running constantly, overflowing, or clogging frequently, it can be difficult to figure out why. Our experienced home plumbers have dealt with every toilet issue under the sun. From cracked bowls to flushed toys, we’ve seen – and fixed – it all! We offer 24-hour emergency plumbing service, and we never charge extra for service outside of regular hours. Our certified professionals will arrive quickly and use special equipment to get to the bottom of your toilet problem. In addition to our affordable prices, we provide upfront quotes before any work is done, so you’ll never be surprised with high fees. We provide high quality repairs that are done right the first time, so we’ll have your toilet running smoothly ASAP!
Do you have a leaking or running toilet? For toilet repair in Burlington County or Camden County, count on the home plumbing professionals at Len The Plumber! Call us at 800-950-4619 or contact us online.
Fast & Effective Toilet Clog Removal in NJ
Toilets clog fairly often compared to other plumbing fixtures, and most clogs are harmless. If you find that you can’t fix your clogged toilet with a plunger, you may need professional help. Sometimes a clog might occur further down the line than your plunger can address. When that happens, call in the experts at Len The Plumber! We’ll come prepared with special equipment for locating and clearing clogs, wherever they may be. With our 24/7 emergency toilet repair service at no extra charge, you can count on Len The Plumber to have your toilets back to working order on the same day you call!
Do you have a stubborn clog in one of your toilets? Don’t resort to chemical drain cleaners that will wreak havoc on your internal plumbing – call Len The Plumber at 800-950-4619 or contact us online for toilet clog removal in Burlington County or Camden County! We’ll remove your clog quickly, taking care to protect your home’s plumbing.
FAQs About Toilet Problems
At Len The Plumber, we’ve seen it all when it comes to toilet issues. These are the most common questions we receive about toilet problems:
Why does my toilet fill up frequently?
If your toilet keeps refilling at frequent intervals, there’s a good chance you have a leak. The issue could also be tied back to the flapper. If your flapper is worn-out or the chain is too short, water seeps into the bowl and the fill valve cycles on as soon as the float falls below the cutoff level. If you’re dealing with a leak rather than a flapper problem, you’ll likely see water on the floor around your toilet. Whatever the problem is, the highly qualified team at Len The Plumber can identify it and provide prompt repairs!
Why is my toilet running?
There are a few common reasons that toilets continue running for longer than necessary, such as:
- The float height needs to be adjusted. When overflow water leaks down into the bowl from the tank via the overflow tube, that means there’s too much water in the tank and the height of the float needs to be lowered.
- The flapper needs to be replaced. When flappers get old, their ability to seal effectively becomes compromised. To replace the flapper, simply remove the old one and reattach the new flapper. New flappers are relatively inexpensive and can be purchased from your local hardware store.
- The refill tube needs to be shortened. If your toilet’s refill tube is too long, it will always be pumping water into the bowl. To shorten the refill tube, simply pull it out of the overflow and hold it just above the opening. You can trim it off there and then clip it to the side to keep it in place.
If all of this sounds confusing or simply out of your wheelhouse – don’t worry! The qualified team at Len The Plumber can get your toilet back in business fast! Give our friendly experts a call at 800-950-4619 or schedule your toilet services online!
Why is my toilet leaking at the base?
A common reason that many toilets leak at the base is that the tee bolts, which fasten the toilet to the floor, are in need of tightening. A leaky base could also be an indication that a new wax ring is needed to seal the connection between the toilet and the drain pipe. These are relatively simple fixes, and our team is more than happy to come out and provide quick repairs and help with tightening your bolts and replacing the wax ring.
Should I switch to a low-water toilet?
Older, more conventional toilets can use up to 7 gallons of water per flush, while low-flow toilets use a mere 1.6 gallons. If you’re looking to conserve water and save money, a low-flow toilet is a great choice! Reach out to our team and we will discuss your options for low-flow toilet installation in your home.
Are chemical drain cleaners safe for my toilet?
Short answer: No. Chemical drain cleaners can produce enough heat to melt pipes or crack porcelain toilet bowls if left too long. Even if the bottle claims to be safe on pipes, it isn’t worth the damage it will do to your plumbing system. Fortunately, there are safer alternatives that you can try, such as pouring hot (not boiling) water down the toilet or using a baking soda and vinegar combination. If these DIY drain maintenance approaches don’t do the trick, call Len The Plumber and we’ll take care of it quickly and affordably!
What should I not flush?
When it comes to what you can and can’t flush down the toilet, the best rule of thumb is to stick to the basics: human waste and toilet paper only. Unfortunately, many homeowners find themselves facing a frustrating clog due to frequently flushing other items. The fact is, toilet paper was made to decompose at a fast rate, making it safe for your septic system. Even wipes deemed “flushable” are not a good idea to flush, as they don’t break down fully before flowing through your pipes. Here’s an exhaustive list of items you should never flush:
- Facial tissues
- Baby wipes, disinfectant wipes, moist wipes, etc.
- Toilet bowl scrub pads
- Napkins (paper or cloth), paper towels
- Dental floss
- Eggshells, nutshells, and coffee grounds
- Fats, oils, and greases
- Sanitary napkins, tampons, condoms, or any non-organic material
- Vitamins, medicines, or other pharmaceuticals
- Sheet plastic, or plastic of any kind
- Diapers (cloth, disposable, “flushable”)
If you have more questions about toilets or home plumbing, feel free to call us at 800-950-4619 or reach out online! If you need toilet repair in Camden County or Burlington County, our friendly customer care experts will get one of our skilled technicians out to inspect your toilet quickly and provide repairs on the spot!
Choose Len The Plumber for Toilet Replacement & Repair in Camden County & Burlington County, NJ
Toilet problems often come out of the blue and can cause a great deal of stress, disruption, and inconvenience. The good news is that Len The Plumber is available 24/7 to provide quick relief with expert toilet repair and replacement services. Call us at the first sign of trouble with any of your toilets and we’ll send a qualified plumbing professional out to your home the same day. We strive to make plumbing repairs as stress-free as possible, and we always guarantee 100% satisfaction!
If you’ve got a broken or malfunctioning toilet, don’t stress over the mess! Just call Len The Plumber – we’ll be there soon to take care of all your toilet troubles. Give us a call at 800-950-4619 or contact us online to schedule toilet services in Burlington County or Camden County, NJ!