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How to Address and Repair Leaky Toilets

Posted by Nicole Platt on Feb 12, 2018 7:06:13 PM

WHAT ARE THE CAUSES?

Flooded basements and moisture where it shouldn’t be are obvious signs of a leak. However, leaks that can go easily undetected can be just as, if not more, costly to your wallet. If your toilet is flushing for no reason or you hear a constant stream of water, you may have an issue with the flapper in your toilet. If you suspect you have a leak related to your toilet flapper, it could be from a variety of reasons.

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Leaks in Your Toilet Supply Line and How to Address Them

Posted by Nicole Platt on Feb 7, 2018 9:22:59 AM

WHAT ARE THE CAUSES?

Leaks in or around your toilet are often hard to detect and can cause damage that may not be immediately visible. Leaks in or around a toilet supply line can be coming from the tube itself or from around the fittings. It’s important to identify where a leak may be coming from to prevent damage to your bathroom and unnecessary charges on your bill.

Supply lines don’t last forever. If you have a leak coming from the supply line itself, such as holes or cracks in the tube, you will need to replace the hardware.

If you have a leak coming from the fittings, it’s likely you either need to tighten or replace the fittings themselves.

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