Our licensed plumbing technicians at Beverly Services can solve any toilet problem you may have. Our specialists are highly trained in toilet clogs, toilet leaks, toilets with slow flush, every sort of toilet repair, and toilet replacement.
A toilet about to overflow is a scary sight. The best way to prevent a mess is to immediately turn the valve handle on the water feed line next to the toilet clockwise still it stops. This shuts off anymore water from entering the toilet. If you have a toilet that needs to be plunged on a regular basis it should be further investigated. There is a reason this is happening. It could be an obstruction in the trap or one further down the drain pipe. It could also be a sign of a larger problem farther down the main sewer line. Call us at 412-851-1000 and we can clear any obstructions, run a camera down the line, and suggest any repairs that need to be made. We are available 24/7!
We clear most obstructions with a machine that feeds a cable into the drain of the toilet. The cable spins and has a spring loaded blades on the tip that will cut through the obstruction all while hugging the inside wall of the pipe. This thoroughly cleans the pipe restoring the toilet to full drainage and powerful flushes.
Did you know that the majority of all leaks in a residential plumbing system are found in the toilet tank? Toilets that “run” continuously can waste upwards of 2 gallons of water each minute! This can add up to hundreds or even thousands of dollars every year. If you hear water running in your toilet tank for extended periods after a flush, then your toilet is probably leaking. Most likely it is dumping water down the overflow tube. The problem could be a corroded overflow pipe, a bad flush valve assembly, or a flapper valve. When you are ready to stop jiggling the handle of your toilet to get it to stop running, call us at 412-851-1000 and have a trained professional solve your problem. The money you save on your water bill should easily pay for the repair!
If your toilet was manufactured before 1994, it is probably costing you a small fortune on your water bill. Most toilets manufactured before1994 use 3.5 gallons of water per flush. The newer "low-flow" toilets use only 1.6 gallons of water per flush. These “low-flow” models still have the same flushing power as the old 3.5 gallon per flush models. Our staff is available to answer any questions that you may have concerning environmentally friendly toilets and fixtures.