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Toilet Repair and Installation

Toilet repair or replacement in the High Desert call today (760)486-7806 and save money with a skilled Plumber for toilets and their internal parts. Do not try to fix the plumbing yourself if you don’t know what your doing.

Replacing a toilet can be just as complicated as repairing an old toilet or commode.  One false move and you can create hundreds or thousands of dollars in damages to you business or home-property.  At Guaranteed Plumbing , service in Victorville, Hesperia, Apple-Valley, Phelan, and Adelanto CA.  It is my mission to provide honest toilet-repair.

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Toilet expert in the High Desert

Unless the customer insist they want a brand-new unit,  everything possible is done to repair the old toilet-parts and avoid unnecessary costs.  If the problem with this is simple than it will be handled that way, no job is deceitfully turned into a costly repair simply because of laziness or lack of experience with rebuild or repair.  Toilet rebate link for more savings.
When the water begins to flush poorly, it may be caused by these holes being clogged with water-deposits in which case the only solution is to replace the commode. Don’t guess whether you need a new place to sit and release your troubles, make an appointment with Guaranteed Plumbing high desert at (760)486-7806. Moreover, it is not good if your “cam-ode” is loose and slides back and forth.  This could either be a loose bolt that can be tightened.  We can save money with a Flange-repair job.  The flange is the mount which holds the bolts that hold the porcelain directly to the bathroom floor. Many times the bolt can be tightened but in some cases the flange needs repair or replacement and this involves drilling into concrete.  Next, removing from the floor, replacing the fixture, purchasing a new flange-kit, and more.
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‘Ball-cock’ in the unit is not a man’s personal problem; it’s anyone problem who uses the toilet because a Ball-cock is an old fashioned flush mechanism that is often worn-out or needing repair.   Let’s try to understand why these fixtures need repair: one reason could be the toilet needs adjustment.  A simple adjustment in the flush assembly could solve expensive bathroom remodeling costs and/or replacing.  Additional  needs for repair: water damage, yes hard water builds up in the tank, where water is flush out into the bowl and cause the valve to leak, metal parts to erode and break, among other issues.  Another major cause of this damage is build-up in the “jetters”.  These are the small holes under the rim of the bowl.  They carry water down and through the ‘trap’.   Toilet commode If your toilet becomes clogged the problem can most often be fixed using an auger. This is a tool used to clear the drain by forcing itself through the ‘trap’ of the porcelain and out the other end. If the stoppage is below and somewhere in the “closet-bend than it will likely be removed in order to run the ‘snake’ from the Closet-bend. In the event of a continuously running fill-valve.  As a result combined with a clogged drain and you may have a disaster. It happens often, a tank runs constantly, the problem is put off, most likely because the water-bill hasn’t changed or tenant/homeowner never fixed the problem simply because it seems to work properly. Now combine the running-valve problem with a clogged-toilet and you have a major problem.

Fast toilet let service is cheap with Guaranteed Plumbing

I’ve seen houses with terrible water and sewer-water damage because of this combination of these plumbing problems.  Imagine your entire house flooding with feces and urine because you refuse to have that continuously running restroom fixed.
Funny commode toilet Toilet colors and shapes are very different, a colored one is likely to cost much more than a white one. Also important to note is that toilet height will matter if you have a vanity or counter-top above the bathroom chair. If your new “crapper” is too tall it will not fit where the old one did.  Moreover Handicap units often create height issues because of their easy accessibility, Hence the term “disabled-toilet”. Call (760)486-7806

Drains Unclogged High Desert (760)486-7806

High Desert Drains (760)486-7806

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Drains with Guaranteed Plumbing’s drain and septic Estimates are unbeatable , We are local that is why you will save the most money by calling Guaranteed Plumbing for your plumbing repair.  Apple Valley calls Guaranteed Plumbing to get the lowest prices warranteed. especially for drains. Don’t have any money? Here how to unclog a drain; Drains clog up. It is just a fact of washing, rinsing, showering, and bathing. All of the things that go down the drain, hair, soap scum, diamond rings (just kidding, hopefully) accumulate to narrow the drain and eventually clog it up. The trick is how to safely unclog a drain and how to keep it from clogging up again.
The first job of drains is to drain; to empty the sink or shower of water and all of the soapy residue we rinse off and then direct it into the sanitary sewer or septic tank. The second job is to keep the odors on the other side from paying us a visit.
The second part, keeping the odors where they belong, is accomplished by the trap, that S bend of pipe below the drain.
The lower bend of the trap, traps water and that water traps the odor. Drains don’t need Magic. The rub comes because the trap also traps some of the hair and soap scum we send through it. Over time, this tends to build up until, busy little beaver that it is, it dams up the drain.

Save money on drains in Victorville

First I use a small hook I fashion out of a wire coat hanger. This usually works for shower drain clogs, but is only a start for sinks.

I bend a little hook at one end and fish out as much of the hairball or whatever is clogging up the drain as I can. If it is the sink that is clogged up, I take out the stopper and/or the screen. If it is the shower, I unscrew the floor plate, (being careful that I do not add to the clog by dropping the screws down), and go fishing with my trusty hook. The stuff I snag is very, very yucky, but hauling it up generally does the trick and unclogs the drains without further ado. Do not forget to replace whatever it was you removed to gain access. That shower floor plate is important to prevent little children from going down the drain and the screen in your kitchen sink keeps the silverware in the family and out of the filtration facility.

If the clog is mightier than the coat hanger hook, I get out my trusty plunger. I use a ball type, since I can never get the other kind to work anywhere except the basement floor drains. I plug up the overflow with a wet rag, fill the sink about halfway with warm water and plunge away. I use a firm stroke, making sure the ball of the plunger is filled with water. I said firm, not feisty, (no need to damage the pipes or sink), with the stopper or screen still out. Click our link for more references to us here.

The plunger method usually works much better if I loosen the clog first with a commercial drains cleaner or a mixture of baking soda, hot water and possibly vinegar before taking the plunge. Try 1 cup of baking soda to 3 or 4 cups of hot water. Repeat if you need to and add some vinegar as a chaser after 1 or 2 cups of hot water. Then rinse with more hot water.
Unless someone has been using the sink to mix plaster or cement (ask me how I know), you should then be able to clear the clog with the plunger, if the clog has not already been scared away. Obviously, if you use a commercial drain cleaner/opener, follow the directions closely. That stuff can do mean things to your eyes, nose and throat.

Once the clog is cleared, use the baking soda or commercial drain cleaner several times a month to keep your drains open and clog-free.

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