Toilet Leak Detection & Repair in the Tampa Bay Area
Leaking toilets can damage your home and cause other plumbing problems. If you’re dealing with a toilet leak at your Tampa home, it’s time to contact the expert plumbers at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing for professional toilet leak detection and repair services.
We can quickly and accurately diagnose and fix the problem, restoring your home’s plumbing and getting your bathroom back to normal.
Call 813-980-3353 or contact Ben Franklin Plumbing online to schedule toilet leak detection and repair service at your Tampa home. We answer calls 24/7!
What’s Causing the Toilet in Your Tampa Home to Leak?
Is your toilet leaking from the tank? Or are you dealing with a toilet leaking from the bottom or base? No matter what type of toilet leak you have, pinpointing the underlying cause is essential to fixing it. Some of the most common causes of toilet leaks include:
- A cracked tank or bowl
- Rusted pipes
- A worn base seal
- Faulty tank-to-bowl connections
- A misadjusted flush valve
- A worn toilet flapper
Sometimes, what may appear to be a toilet leak is actually condensation buildup around your bowl—that’s especially common in Florida’s moist and humid climate. The best way to figure out what’s causing leaks from your toilet is to schedule an appointment with a plumbing professional.
Ben Franklin Plumbing is available to answer your call 24/7, scheduling your toilet leak detection appointment at a time that’s most convenient for you.
Call us at 813-980-3353 or schedule an appointment online for toilet leak detection or repair services in your Tampa home.
Toilet Leak Detection & Repair in Tampa, FL
Often, finding the cause of toilet leaks can require professional expertise and tools. This is usually the case when an issue with unseen plumbing systems or components may be causing the link.
With toilet leak detection services from Ben Franklin Plumbing, our team can identify the hidden cause of water buildup in your bathroom. Using specialized water leak detection equipment, we will pinpoint the exact location of your leak for fast, efficient repairs that last.
No matter what time of day you discover a leak in your home, our team is here to answer the call 24/7 and schedule an appointment at a time that works best for you. Using the most advanced industry tools and techniques, our expert plumbers will quickly identify the root cause of leakage and repair your toilet.
And if repairs won’t do the trick, we’ll recommend—and can fully handle—toilet replacement service!
Schedule Toilet Repair Service in the Tampa Bay Area
Don’t let a leaking toilet ruin your home. Ben Franklin Plumbing is here to help locate and repair your toilet leaks and keep your home’s plumbing equipment working flawlessly!
With specialized leak detection equipment and the ability to repair or replace any make or model unit, our team will get your bathroom back to normal in no time.
Call 813-980-3353 or contact Ben Franklin Plumbing online to schedule your toilet leak detection and repair services today.
What could be the cause of my recent high water bills?
You may want to check to see if a toilet is leaking. Check the water level in the tank to see if water is overflowing into the overflow pipe. This is the pipe in the middle of the tank which has a small tube connected to it. In the event water is running into the overflow pipe, adjust the fill valve to stop the flow approximately one inch below the top of the overflow tube or to the water level mark stamped on the side of the tank. Periodic maintenance from Benjamin Franklin Plumbing will ensure proper operation.
What is the recommendation for replacing a toilet in my home?
When considering any new fixture for your home, we recommend that you choose a fixture made by one of the major manufacturers. If cracks or fissures are present in the tank or bowl, this can impede the operation of the fixture. Poor mounting and deteriorating rings and seals can affect the operation as well. Keep in mind that many of the new toilets conform to new government standards that require they use no more than 1.6 gallons per flush. If you are replacing an older toilet, this may take getting used to.