Expert Toilet Repair & Replacement in Metro Detroit
Your toilet works overtime to satisfy your daily needs. Because of this, it’s essential to take care of it so that it won’t fail you when you need it the most. Fortunately, Metro Detroit residents can rely on the help of professional plumbers at Flame Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electrical. We have the tools and knowledge to tackle even the stingiest toilet issues. Put your trust in us to finish each job right — the first time!
Our services are designed to keep your system in tiptop shape. Using industry-leading resources, we’ll ensure that each component of your unit works as it should. These services include:
- Installation and replacement: For new constructions and unit upgrades, we’ll help you select the right system for your specific needs and install it with precision and close attention to detail.
- Repair: Is your toilet on the fritz? Don’t fret! We offer comprehensive repair services that’ll get things back in order and help prevent the need for a replacement.
- Maintenance: A surefire way to prevent the need for repair or replacement is by scheduling maintenance. Maintenance should be performed by a professional regularly to ensure your toilet is always working up to par!
Common Toilet Issues in Michigan
Michigan homeowners may see an array of issues with their toilets over time. Should you notice the following, schedule a repair with us ASAP:
- Constantly running toilet
- High water pressure
- Low water pressure
- Low water quality
- Your toilet won’t flush
Why Choose Flame Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electrical for Toilet Services?
FLAME is dedicated to enriching the lives of our Metro Detroit community by providing exceptional toilet services. We offer upfront and honest pricing, financing options, and free estimates on replacement quotes alongside military, veteran, and senior discounts! We provide same-day service performed by licensed and insured plumbers, and we will always remain responsive and respectful of our customer’s time.
If the flusher valve seal is broken, it can result in a leak that flows directly into the toilet. If this is the case for you, it’s a good time to replace the flush valve and gasket.
Using a plunger or clog removal products can be an easy first step when your toilet is backed up. However, plunging may not always work, and it can be harmful to use drain cleaning products too frequently, so schedule a repair with us if the issue persists.