If you flush the toilet and it only swirls around for a few seconds, odds are good that your water system doesn’t produce enough pressure to empty the bowl (and its contents) each time you flush the toilet. The same is true for showers that only drip instead of spray and sinks that don’t have enough force to clean dishes. In the event that your system has low water pressure, it’s crucial to contact a professional for assistance since a person can harm not only their own property but neighboring properties by trying to adjust the water pressure themselves. A plumber can identify the most common cause of lower water pressure — usually mineral buildup within the pipes — and then destroy the clogs that minimize water output.
If your toilet doesn’t stop making sounds all through the day, it may be only a simple part like the stopper or the flapper that’s not working properly. Sometimes, however, running water in a toilet signals a loose fill tube or sediment that’s clogging up the pipes. Plumbers use specialized tools to check the inflow and outflow of a toilet to determine where the complication lies and can often have a toilet running quietly with only a single visit.
For all your new construction plumbing needs, Able Plumbing in Lake Worth, FL has your back. For emergency plumbing or if your remodeling a bathroom, call Able first and save on high quality Palm Beach County Services.