Low Flushing Power: A toilet with low pressure can result in more clogs, and is not as effective as removing waste in general.
Clogs: Clogs can create problems with your plumbing, and also cause water to back up into your home. In addition, they can cause health and structural hazards, and be a mess to clean up!
Running: A running toilet can be a nuisance and cost you countless dollars on your water bill in the meantime. Whether it runs for a few extra seconds or doesn’t stop, there’s always an opportunity to improve.
Leaks: Like with any plumbing leak, a toilet can be dangerous to your pipe system and home’s structure. It prevents the proper removal of waste and can cause further damage if left unchecked.
Old and Inefficient Toilets: If your toilet is more than 20 years old, it may be experiencing one or more of the above issues without you even knowing it. Corroded pipes, lower pressure and a tendency to clog all add up to dollars that are being flushed away.