REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, & Installation
When there is a problem with your toilet, there can possibly be sanitation issues as well. That’s why we highly recommend calling us to have a residential plumber check it out. If a toilet is not repaired properly, a small problem may turn into a big problem.
Even if the toilet is not being used but you notice a problem, it’s important to have it checked out. There are potential health risks if it isn’t looked at and repaired by one of our Cedar Rapids and Iowa City area plumbers. There is a “p-trap,” which will stop the backflow of waste gasses from flowing into the home, and the water located at the bottom acts as the barrier between waste gasses and the air that we breathe. For this reason, you don’t want a residential toilet issue sitting too long before getting in touch with a professional plumber.
Plumbing issues never happen at a convenient time. We’re always available to help – 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year!
Happy to Help, No matter the Toilet Issue
No one ever wants to have a non-functional toilet. Especially if it’s the only one in the house. No matter the occasion, you will want the problem fixed and done right. Five Star Plumbing has the experience and tools to get your toilet back up and running again. We have been helping our residential customers with a variety of toilet issues in Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, and the surrounding areas for many years!
Whether clogged, running, leaking, or otherwise lacking, a problem with your toilet can be more than annoying. It can be inconvenient, costly, and at times, maddening.
Call Five Star Plumbing to get your toilet repaired or replaced by our experienced plumbers. No matter the size of the job or type of toilet, you will get the same, professional toilet repair and installation service every time you call us!
Here to help, no matter the problem
High Efficiency & Dual Flush Toilets
HIGH EFFICIENCY TOILETS
There have been many improvements in residential toilet technology over the last several years. Improvements such as the pressure-assisted flush, or the glazed trap, have helped homeowners forget all about the costly water guzzling necessities of times past.
The latest products of water conservation efforts are High Efficiency toilets and Dual-Flush toilets. High Efficiency toilets use only 1.3 gallons of water per flush, while Dual Flush toilets use less water to flush liquids, and more to flush solids. Both are great options for your pocketbook and our environment.