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020 4586 9806

020 4586 9806

Toilet flush valve replacement

  • 2 hr
  • 130 British pounds
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

In addition to the flush and filling valves, other components of a toilet that may malfunction include the flapper valve, overflow tube, and float. The flapper valve is located at the bottom of the cistern and controls the water flow from the tank into the bowl during flushing. Over time, the flapper valve can deteriorate, resulting in a weak or incomplete flush. The overflow tube, located near the flush valve, prevents water from spilling out of the cistern if the water level rises too high. If the overflow tube is blocked, water may continuously run into the bowl even when the flush is not activated. The float, which is attached to the filling valve, regulates the water level in the cistern. If the float is set too low, there may not be enough water in the cistern to provide a complete flush. Conversely, if the float is set too high, the cistern may overflow and leak. Identifying the specific component that is causing the malfunction can be difficult for an untrained individual. It is best to consult with a professional plumber who can diagnose and repair the issue efficiently and effectively. Delaying the repair of a malfunctioning toilet can lead to further damage and more expensive repairs in the future. By contacting helphero for your toilet repairs, you can expect timely and professional service, reliable repairs, and upfront pricing. Our plumbers will provide you with expert advice and recommendations on how to maintain your toilet to avoid future issues. Don't let a malfunctioning toilet disrupt your daily routine. Contact helphero today for all your toilet repair needs, and our team of professionals will be happy to assist you.

Contact Details


86-90 Paul Street, London, UK

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