When performing toilet replacement, we use high-quality products and follow a careful installation process.
Plumbing fixtures can often take a lot of abuse without breaking down, but no fixture can last forever. One critical fixture in any living space is the toilet, and it’s something that should typically be replaced every few decades. Some of the signs that your toilet is nearing the end of its functional lifespan include frequent clogging, cracks, leaks, and built-up mineral deposits. You may also notice that your toilet wobbles when you sit on it or doesn’t flush very well. These signs all indicate that the toilet is ready for replacement, and that’s something our team at Rainbow Plumbing & Heating can tackle at your East Brunswick, New Jersey home.
Although some or all of these warning signs might not seem too concerning, they can cause significant damage and ongoing issues. A leaky toilet can cause major moisture damage in the bathroom and throughout your home, as well as cause your water bills to skyrocket. A toilet that is constantly clogging can overflow, which can lead to an unpleasant and messy situation. Toilet replacement is often a cost-effective alternative to dealing with the costly damage caused by a leaky or overflowing toilet.
You might also need toilet replacement if you have outdated toilets in your home. Older units tend to break down more often, requiring costly repairs. By having an old toilet replaced, you can potentially save yourself a lot of frustration. When performing toilet replacement, we use high-quality products and follow a careful installation process. If you’d like an estimate for this service at your home, give us a call.
At Rainbow Plumbing & Heating, we offer toilet replacement services in Monmouth County, Mercer County, and Middlesex County, New Jersey, including East Brunswick, New Brunswick, Edison, Trenton, Roosevelt, Freehold Township, Hamilton Square, North Brunswick, Manalapan Township, Marlboro Township, South Brunswick, West Windsor, Woodbridge, East Windsor, Perth Amboy, Princeton, and Toms River.