Perhaps your toilet handle needs a jiggle to stop water from running continuously. Or you need to hold it down to flush properly. You may even hear strange sounds coming from your toilet or see water leaking from the cistern. These are all signs that your toilet handle is not working as it should.
With its many moving parts, repairing or replacing your toilet handle can be tricky. So it’s worth getting a plumber to help you. With years of experience, they’ll do it quickly and efficiently – leaving you to get on with other, more important things.
Your plumber will inspect the arm, chain and lift wire for damage and loose connections. They’ll also check for corrosion and limescale build up. They’ll then determine the best way forward – a simple repair or complete replacement.
If your toilet doesn’t flush properly or water leaks onto the floor, you need to get it fixed quickly. But it often takes a lot of research to find a reliable, local expert. Luckily with Local Heroes, we do the hard work for you and have hundreds of professionals on our platform. Simply tell us where you are and we’ll match you with a Local Hero in minutes.
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