The inner workings of your toilet are out of sight and out of mind, often times forgotten. Routine maintenance on toilet tank parts is almost non-existent, but a broken toilet valve can be an expensive piece of malfunctioning equipment. Not because the part is expensive, but because the results of the broken equipment can hit your wallet pretty hard!

Here’s some signs you may need to replace the inside of your toilet:

  • Unusual Noises

If you begin to notice a humming, screeching or other abnormal noise coming from your toilet, that’s a good sign you need to replace the fill valve. Think about how many times a day or week your toilet gets flushed. It’s working hard for you! Sometimes it needs a little TLC because even good toilet parts get old and fall apart.

  • Running Water

If you flushed your toilet 10 minutes ago and you’re still hearing noises, listen! That running water is probably telling you that something inside of your toilet is not working properly. This could be the float ball or cup malfunctioning, not letting your toilet know that it’s full. Or it could simply be that your fill valve isn’t sealing properly.

Sometimes you don’t need to do a whole replacement to fix the problem inside of your toilet. Adjusting the length of your chain (metal or plastic) can often be the remedy. If that doesn’t work, it might be time to call an experienced plumber in Phoenix to help you out.

Boydco Plumbing is the perfect company to get the job done. We do our best to keep every job as small as possible, saving you money and expenses that aren’t necessary. Don’t get talked into replacing a whole toilet if a $20 fill valve is all you need.

You can trust Boydco Plumbing to give you the best possible service, all the while saving you as much money as possible! Call 602-335-0323 and we’ll be there 24 hours a day to help you with your plumbing needs!