Is your toilet leaky? Constantly running? Overflowing? Whatever the case, look to the expert plumbers at Arctic Air Conditioning. We understand how toilets work and have seen every kind of problem.
When you have a problem with your toilet, don’t wait—call Arctic Air Conditioning! We can diagnose your toilet problems quickly and fix them right away so you can get back to normal life. We can handle all types of problems, including:
Constantly running toilet
Broken tank and/or valves
Cracked toilet bowls
Toilet Installation & Replacement
Sometimes repair isn’t enough, and you need replacement. When that’s the case, Arctic Air Conditioning has you covered. We can install toilets in new bathrooms and replace broken toilets.
A broken or inefficient toilet can cost you time and money, so it’s important to get it taken care of right away. If your toilet is more than a decade old, it probably uses 3.5 gallons of water per flush. More modern toilets use 1.6 gallons or fewer!
Toilet Repair & Installation in NJ
When you need toilet repair or replacement in Monmouth, Middlesex, Mercer, Ocean, and Somerset County, there’s only one name you need to know: Arctic Air Conditioning. Trust our plumbers to take care of whatever issues you’re having and help you get back to living life like normal!
Frequently Asked Questions About Toilet Installation & Replacement
How Long Does it Take To Install a New Toilet?
Most toilet installations take between one and four hours. Before starting work on your installation, we will provide an accurate time estimate required for your new toilet.
How Long Will a Toilet Last?
Well-built toilets can last around 50 years. Cheaper-quality toilets may only last 10 to 20 years.
What Are the Most Common Causes of Toilet Failure?
Worn-out flapper valves, clogs, worn-down washer bolts, connections that come loose, cracked toilet tanks, and clogged sewer lines are the most common causes of toilet failures in New Jersey.
Can a Cracked Tank Be Repaired?
In most cases, small hairline cracks within the toilet tank can be repaired with epoxy patches. However, larger cracks that extend below the waterline may not be repairable. While you can repair these cracks on your own, we highly recommend hiring a professional plumber to ensure the patch is properly applied and cured.
Will a New Toilet Reduce Water Usage?
Older toilets can require 4 gallons or more per flush. Newer toilets are designed to use just over 1.25 gallons per flush. With a three-gallon difference per flush, a new toilet can considerably reduce your annual water usage.
The information on this website is for informational purposes only; it is deemed accurate but not guaranteed. It does not constitute professional advice. All information is subject to change at any time without notice. Contact us for complete details.