You flush your toilet and the water rises. You inadvertently flush again and now it is overflowing onto your floor. Does your toilet require plunging on a regular basis? If it does, you probably have an obstruction in the trap or further on down the drainpipe. We have a lot of experience in dealing with clogged toilets.
If you hear your toilet running for extended periods. Or even if it kicks on for just a few seconds at a time while not in use, you likely are wasting 100s of liters of water every day. If your water bill is unusually high for no obvious reason, than you might have a leaky toilet. The problem is probably in your toilet tank. The overflow valve, flush valve assembly or flapper are the likely culprits. It’s cheaper to call us and get it repaired than to pay high water bills every month.
If your toilet is more than 20 years old, it might be using 3.5 gallons. Newer toilets use 1.6 gallons per flush and come with a dual flush button for light and heavy flush loads. We will be happy to help you pick out a topilet and get it installed for you.