Tacoma Toilet Repair

toilet-repairDid you know that as much as 80,000 gallons of water can be wasted each year by an undetected toilet tank leak? It makes economic and environmental sense to occasionally check the toilets around your home. The top three reasons for a leaky toilet are:

Parts installed over five years?
Prolonged exposure to bleach in-tank cleaners?
Visible rust or warping?

Rooter-Man can help you  fix your toilet, or even replace it if needed. We will even haul off your old toilet, after installation.

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  • We Provide Toilet Repair Services in the following areas:

    King County, WA | Pierce County, WA | Redmond, WA | Puyallup, WA | Sumner, WA | Bonney Lake, WA | Tacoma, WA | Fife, WA | Federal Way, WA | Des Moines, WA | Auburn, WA | Kent, WA | SeaTac, WA | Seattle, WA | Tukwila, WA | Bellevue, WA | Issaquah, WA

    Why Tacoma Should Hire Us for Their Toilet Repair Services

    We service all residential plumbing problems in the Tacoma area. We also provide 24 Hour Emergency Service, so please contact us immediately if you have a problem.

    Our plumbers have seen everything that can happen to a home in the Tacoma area, and are professional, courteous and qualified to fix any plumbing problem you may have. We service all of your plumbing needs from clogged drains to water heater installation. .

    A Short History about The Toilet

    The prevalence of Tacoma plumbing has been the main factor in the availability of toilets inside our homes. It is this plumbing that ensures the toilet keeps functioning correctly and we don’t have to do anything more than pull the chain or press the handle. Before this all toilets were separate from the main house in small outhouses. The water supply that these outhouses were connected to was totally detached from the ones used inside the house.

    Toilets in outhouses began in a very basic fashion, a hole in the ground. Then seats were fashioned from planks of wood with openings in them to enable a person to dispose of their toilet waste while sitting rather than squatting. These primitive toilet facilities were then enclosed to provide a little privacy for the occupants. Wealthy house owners could use chamber pots in the privacy and comfort of their own bedrooms, or bed chambers. These were usually made from ceramic and were emptied by servants. As these pots became a more accepted method of going to the toilet there were fewer places to empty them, especially in towns and cities, and people would throw the contents out of their windows onto the streets.

    Thankfully we have progressed a long way since the days if having to dodge the contents of someone’s toilet being thrown over our heads as we walked along the street.

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