Toilet Repair and Sink Repair
Lasiter and Lasiter Plumbing is family owned and operated and has been for over 40 years. Ever since our founder, David Lasiter, went on his first service call in his Monte Carlo in 1974, Lasiter Plumbing has believed in treating our customers like family. We continue this tradition, today, by providing high-quality plumbing products and affordable pricing. We know that you could need toilet repair in Fort Worth at any time including nights, weekends and holidays. This is why we provide a 24/7 emergency plumbing service.
When to Call a Plumber for Toilet or Sink Repair
It is important to remember that the quality of the installation of your toilets and sinks as well as the how well maintained. These both are significant influences the functional lifespan of plumbing fixtures. Properly installed fixtures that are better maintained will outlast fixtures installed incorrectly and not maintained well.
Signs My Toilet Needs Repair or Replaced
One of the most common signs that a toilet needs to be repaired or replaced is that it is constantly running. You will want to get this taken care of as soon as you notice that your toilet doesn’t stop running. The longer this problem goes unaddressed, the worse it can become and the more money you will spend every month on your utility bill.
There are many potential causes of an issue with your toilet. It could be anything from a clogged pipe to worn parts inside the tank of the toilet. Flappers, floaters, and washers will need to be replaced from time to time to prevent more severe toilet problems from occurring.
When you need toilet repair in Fort Worth, TX, you can count on Lasiter and Lasiter Plumbing.
When Does My Sink Need to be Repaired or Replaced?
The most common problems with bathroom sinks are clogs and dripping faucets. Clogs occur when a drain becomes blocked with debris that prevents water from passing through the drain into your pipes and ultimately into the sewer. Many times our bathroom sinks become clogged with hair from shaving, soap scum and toothpaste. These items combine to create a stubborn blockage that may require plunging, snaking or a liquid drain cleaner. A dripping faucet is most likely caused by loose parts on the interior of the faucet itself. Usually, tightening or replacing the washers inside your bathroom sink can remedy a slow drip.
If you have a persistent leak or drip, call Lasiter and Lasiter Plumbing and schedule your sink repair in Fort Worth, TX. Reach us 24 hours a day by dialing (817) 589-1678.