Toilet Repairs & Installation in the Greater Salt Lake City Area

Dealing with a clogged, broken, or inefficient toilet can be a huge hassle. SameDay Heating & Air, Plumbing, and Electrical provides fast, affordable toilet repairs and toilet installation in Salt Lake City. Our professional plumbers will fix your clogged or leaky toilet and clean up the work area once the job is complete, all while being courteous to you and respectful of your home.

Call (801) 726-3329 or contact us online to schedule toilet repair or replacement in the Salt Lake City area.

Toilet Repair: We Fix It Right!

Toilets can malfunction in several ways. Here are the types of problems we can help you resolve:

  • Toilet clog: A trusty plunger and a little elbow grease are usually all you need to unclog a toilet. For particularly stubborn clogs, hand the job over to SameDay, and we’ll clear the pipes in no time.
  • Toilet leak: If your toilet is leaking at the base, it could cause expensive structural damage. Even if the leak is confined to the tank and bowl, fixing the problem can avoid wasting water.
  • Running toilet: The water should stop running several seconds after you flush the toilet. If not, remove the tank lid and check for a caught chain or worn-out flapper. If you can’t resolve the issue on your own, turn off the water behind the toilet and contact our plumbers for help.
  • Overflowing toilet: The last thing you want is for your bathroom to flood with toilet water, whether it’s soiled or not. Shut off the water as quickly as possible, and give us a call.

When a repair just can’t wait, call to request 24-hour emergency toilet repairs in Salt Lake City. We’ll help you unclog your toilet, fix wasteful leaks, and prevent property damage from an overflowing toilet at any time of day or night, weekend or holiday!

Contact us online or call (801) 726-3329 to request same-day toilet repair in Salt Lake City.

Toilet Installation & Replacement

Are you replacing the plumbing fixtures in your bathroom as part of a home improvement project? Perhaps you’re ready to upgrade to a low-flow toilet for improved water conservation? No matter the reason you’re installing a new toilet, we get the job done quickly and affordably, without the risks and pitfalls of a DIY toilet installation project.

If you’re not sure what kind of toilet is right for your home, we can recommend some specific styles and brands. Functionality and efficiency may be your top priorities, but there are also numerous designs and finishes to complement your home’s aesthetic. Toilets are just one of our many specialties.

To request a cost estimate for toilet replacement in Salt Lake City, please contact us online today or call (801) 726-3329.

Why Choose Us As Your Local Plumber ?

At SameDay Heating & Air, Plumbing, and Electrical, our commitment to quality and integrity permeates every facet of our business. Rest assured only licensed, trained, and background-checked plumbers will enter your home to conduct the installation or repair you need.

We deliver professional workmanship for years of optimal performance from your toilet. Our team draws on 64 years of experience and serves 30,000 families along the Wasatch Front every year. We won’t deem the job complete until you are 100% satisfied with the high-quality results we provide.

Call SameDay at (801) 726-3329 or contact us online to schedule toilet services in the Salt Lake City area today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Are chemical drain cleaners safe for my toilet?

It’s important to never leave any type of drain cleaner inside drains for longer than the maximum dwell time; chemical cleaners, in particular, can produce enough heat to melt pipes or crack porcelain toilet bowls if left too long.

Why does my toilet have a weak flush?

Toilets usually lack flushing power because the pipes are clogged or the water level in the tank or bowl is too low. In those cases, clear the blockage and adjust the system to correct the water levels.

Why is my toilet running?

A running toilet is basically an internal water leak, so the internal parts in the tank need to be assessed. Don’t ignore this problem because a running toilet could be wasting hundreds of gallons a day, running up your water bill.

Why is my toilet leaking at the base?

The main reason your toilet could be leaking at the base is that the t-bolts, which fasten the toilet to the floor, need to be tightened. Simply remove the plastic covers at the base and tighten the bolts, being careful not to overtighten and crack the porcelain.

What causes pink stains on toilets?

If there are pink stains on the inside of your toilet, it’s usually not a problem with water quality; instead, it’s likely the result of airborne bacteria that finds a home on moist surfaces.

Why is the toilet handle loose?

Toilet tank levers are subject to multiple uses each day, making them susceptible to loosening. Loose levers cause poor flushing performance and everyday annoyance. However, most times, this issue is an easy fix.

Why is my toilet overflowing?

Main reasons your toilet is overflowing:

  • Clogged drain line
  • Sewer issues
  • Septic system problems
  • Low-flow toilet