New Toilet Installation And Repair Services In Murrieta, CA
Did you know that a leaky toilet wastes 200 gallons of water daily? At Big B's Plumbing, your new toilet installation expert is ready to install that brand-new water-saving toilet today. Let's face it, toilets are one fixture that can last forever unless we make a conscious effort to replace them. Maybe you have a toilet that predates some of the mandates that went into effect back in 1994 that require toilets to use no more than 1.6 gallons per flush (GPF). In California, the new law requires that all toilets sold in California must not exceed 1.28 GPF.
Whatever the case, we want to be your first choice for your new toilet installation-Big B's Plumbing.
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You Can Count On Us For Your New Low-Flow Toilet Installation In Murrieta, CA
You can count on Big B's Plumbing for your new toilet installation or repair for all of the Inland Empire. Over the last several years, toilet designers and manufacturers have relied on science to develop much-needed low-flow toilets. In the late 90s into the turn of the century, the complaint was that low-flow toilets had lost their flushing power. Consumers said that it took two flushes for solid waste to go down, so engineers and designers went to work on new toilet designs. Here we are twenty years later with new sleek designs that create enough pressure for solid waste to go down our drainpipes easily. Some toilets in today's marketplace use as little as one GPF.
You Can Save $50 to $100 A Year By Switching To Low-Flow Faucets and Fixtures
With the high cost and demand for water, many of us are turning to low-flow toilets. Low-flow toilets save Americans $11 million every day on their water costs. The old model toilets use as much as 7 GPF. The latest low-flow toilet only requires 1 to 1.6 GPF. If your household switches to low-flow fixtures, you could save $50 to $100 per year in water costs. However, the savings is only one reason to switch.
Water conservation is at a critical level in California. You can save 8,000 to 20,000 gallons of water per year by switching to low-flow toilets. When you're looking for a professional low-flow new toilet installation or repair, Big B's Plumbing has you covered.
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My name is Brandon Mageno. I'm the founder, President, and CEO of Big B's Plumbing Company. As the founder, I never thought about being average or good. My passion for being the best plumbing company in Southern California has always been the same. Providing plumbing services to this great county is simply in my DNA. Nothing makes me happier than to see a satisfied customer. Learn More About Us
WaterSense Is Good for Your Home and Environment
Make sure your toilet has a WaterSense® Label. WaterSense® is a program developed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Water conservation is the main reason WaterSense® exists. WaterSense® is not a regulatory program. The program is strictly volunteer. The EPA sets the guidelines and specifications.
The EPA has set guidelines for manufacturers. When a manufacturer meets the set guidelines, a third party will test the product. The manufacturer will receive the WaterSense label once testing is complete and it passes all the requirements. Everyone wins, including the environment! The WaterSense label makes it easy for consumers to determine what toilet has been EPA-tested for performance and efficiency. Big B's Plumbing Company is an expert on new toilet installations. Big B's Plumbing Company operates under a perfect contractor's license. You can check its great standing right here (License #986152)
Toilets Come In All Shapes, Styles, Sizes, and Colors
We've given our toilet many names, just to name a few, commode, potty, pot, throne, stool, can, and John. Our toilet is the most used fixture in the home and probably the last one to be replaced. You can find a toilet that fits your size and comfort. Your commode is ergonomically designed and comes in all shapes and sizes.
You'll want to install a toilet that fits your height. You also have the choice of oval or egg-shaped. Most people choose the egg-shaped design. They say it's the most comfortable of the two designs. However, the oval seems to work best in smaller bathrooms to conserve space. Whatever the case, there is a low-flow toilet that fits every style and comfort.
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Get The Experience, Service, And Value You Deserve
When we shop for a chair, we sit in it to ensure it gives us the level of support we need. So do the same for your new toilet? Our company is ready to provide you with the value and service you deserve. We offer service to Murrieta, Menifee, Sun City, Lake Elsinore, Temecula, San Jacinto, Wildomar, and surrounding areas. So call today and get the Toilet Installation you've been looking for.
At Big B's Plumbing, we know how crucial it is to have functional toilets and how annoying it may be to hear them running late at night. Additionally, a running toilet can result in a twenty to sixty-dollar increase in monthly in your water cost. Let us solve the issue. Our crew of top-rated Murrieta-based plumbers offers anything from complete replacement and installation to toilet rebuilds at fair, competitive prices. Call us right now for prompt, efficient, and reasonably priced plumbing services.
Common toilet problems in Murrieta, California, and the surrounding communities. There are several reasons for hiring a professional for your toilet repair. Here are a few of the most typical bathroom issues:
Loud Noisy Toilets
Your toilet may not be properly ventilated if it's bubbling or producing other noises. This may need to be fixed by a skilled plumber.
Shoddy Toilet Installations
We occasionally discover that your toilet may not have been installed correctly. We can fix your shakey toilet and install a new wax ring.
Does your toilet make a running noise? There's a good chance that your toilet leaks. Our skilled plumbers can inspect your toilet and identify whether the flapper, flush valve, or damaged pipe is to blame for the issue.
Homeowners, You Can Do-It-Yourself
Homeowners and do-it-yourselfers, as much as we would like to fix your toilet, we would also like to empower you to save money by fixing it yourself. Most standard repairs, such as a toilet flapper, can get repaired by the average homeowner, with no experience necessary. In the case of a bad toilet flapper:
- Shut off your water at the angle, stop behind your toilet, then flush the toilet. Most of the water should already be removed.
- Use your smartphone and snap a picture of your toilet flapper in place.
- The toilet flapper is attached to a chain that's attached to the tank lever or handle. The lever has holes where the chain is attached. Make sure you count the hole and remember to reattach it to the same hole; this will save you time.
- Remove your flapper and take it to your local home center. Ask that they match the same flapper. The cost should be und ten dollars. Then come home and reattach it. Use the pictures you took for reference.
A worn-out toilet flapper is the most common problem your toilet will ever have, and you can fix it yourself.
What People Are Saying...
I called Big B's Plumbing because I the hot water would not turn off in our master bathroom. I tried to turn the valve off under the sink and it broke off, so I had to shut off the main water to the house. It was noticeable the valves were original to the home. When I called, the rep stated that I would be informed about the service tech and their experience along with services offered "On The Spot". I was on a bit of a time crunch...
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Found them on Google and they had good quality reviews. Made the call and set up the appointment for same day. Dispatch called me a few hours later to confirm our appointment and let me know that the technician Mathew was on the way. This was supposed to be an easy job once Mathew arrived. But it turned out to be so much more than that. Without hesitation or a sour look on his face, he dove deep into his van...
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Randy was very knowledgeable and professional. He helped us figure out what we could do with the space given for our bathroom with our remodel. He picked out perfect fixtures and the work he did was beautiful. The cleaned up properly when they were done and everything was handled in one day! I will be calling for Randy anytime we have any plumbing needs. Thank you for doing such a great job!
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