Leaking Toilet

A leaking toilet is not only inconvenient, but it may also be a health hazard and a turn-off to visitors. If you find a problem with your toilet, call a professional as soon as possible.

Leaving a leaking toilet unattended might result in hundreds of litres of water being wasted. Not only that, but it can also cause damage to your floors and the growth of mold. Other health risks may arise depending on the nature of the spill.

What Causes a Toilet to Leak?

There are a number of reasons why a toilet may begin to leak. The following are some of the possible causes of a leaking toilet:


Although toilets are designed to endure a long period, they might develop cracks. If this is the case, it may be impossible to repair. If the crack is significant and found on the bowl, you may need to replace the toilet.

Loose feed line

Water is pumped into the tank via the feed line. It can become loose with time, just like any other plumbing line. While it may appear that correcting this issue is simple, there are situations when it is a mechanical issue. If that’s the case, if you don’t address it, the line will just become loose again.

Broken flapper

You most likely have a broken flapper if the flusher stays down after flushing. Even if the tank is already full, water will continue to flow into it. As a result, water is wasted, and your bathroom floor may be damaged.

Broken Inlet Valve

The inlet valve is another component of the toilet that might break down over time. Not only that, but mineral deposits can build up in it, causing leaks.

Pan Collar

It could be a pan collar issue if you find water pooling around the bottom of your toilet. Pan collars deteriorate over time, and if they begin to leak, they should be replaced.

Professional Leaking Toilet Repairs

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