The one thing that every bathroom in America needs is a toilet! Some have showers, some don’t. Some have sinks inside the bathroom, and some have them just outside the door. But you’re never going to find a bathroom that doesn’t have a toilet. And for that reason, you need to make sure it is always in working order and not past it’s prime. Here are some signs that you need to lose your old toilet»

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Leaks
Toilet leaks can be dangerous and annoying if they are constantly recurring, but it’s the leaks you can’t see that you should fear the most. These leaks can destroy sub-flooring and leave you fishing into your wallet for expensive repairs.

Poor Efficiency
Toilets made in the late 90’s or early 2000’s are far less efficient than modern low-flow toilets. Over the course of 100 flushes, newer toilets can save literally hundreds of gallons of water.

Aesthetically Unpleasing
Sometimes a toilet might have given you no problems, but it just no longer fits with the plan of your bathroom. Maybe you are getting new tile or changing the color scheme and that old toilet just looks out of place.

Comfort
A narrow toilet seat is every man’s worst nightmare and you want to make sure you test it out before you commit. You spend a lot of time and that seat and there is no need to suffer through discomfort. Make sure you also get some nice toilet paper to go along with it as well.

Broken Parts
Your unit might have a broken flush handle or other interior mechanisms and now the same problems are coming up again. These components aren’t meant to last forever and sometimes the repair costs outweigh the costs of a new unit. That is a decision you’ll have to make on your own.

The guys in the bright pink trucks can fix heating problems, plumbing fixtures, clean drains and much more! We only hire 3% of the applicants who come to us and this allows us to only hire the best of the best. If you live in the Denver or Aurora areas, give us a call and we will be right there to assist you.

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