We offer guaranteed toilet installation and repair services, backed by decades of plumbing and sewer experience. Our plumbers are trained to identify the cause toilet issues to provide the ideal solution for repair or replacement. 

We offer up-front and transparent pricing, so you will always know the price before work begins. We can offer estimates for fixture upgrades and help you to keep them in great working condition. 

We have trained and skilled plumbers able to address minor and major repair needs for all types of toilets.  

New Toilet Installation

Let us help with your bathroom remodels by allowing us to install your new toilets. If you want to save yourself some money, you can buy it at a box store, and we will install it for you.

We highly recommend investing in a decent toilet, as you will get what you pay for. If you have questions about which toilets would be right for your family, feel free to contact us

Toilet Installation

Old Toilet Removal

We cleanly remove existing toilets before new installations and we can dispose of old toilets on your behalf. Trust our experience to keep your home clean and dry when it comes to removing old toilets.

Aging Toilets

Aging and cracked toilets should be replaced as soon as possible to avoid further damage. We will provide estimates to install a new high-quality toilet to match the current look of the bathroom or offer upgraded functions such as self-cleaning toilets, toilets with bidets, and water-saving toilets. 

Additionally, we can replace your old toilet with a standard toilet, a one-piece toilet, or a two-piece toilet. The type of toilet we install is completely up to you. 

Toilet Leaks

Toilet leaks can waste thousands of gallons of water per year and are the cause of high water bills. While leaks can be easily identified when toilets are running or cycling on and off, some leaks are quiet and slow can go undetected for long periods of time.

Our team can assess the toilet and diagnose the cause of leaks, the source, and make expert recommendations for repair or replacement. 

When the insides are failing, often replacing them will solve the issue and extend the life of the toilet. 

Excessive water pressure and age can contribute to toilet leaks, and loose or rocking toilets can lead to hairline fractures in the toilet. Plumb Smart, Inc. will check the water pressure in the home to ensure that future leaks will not occur. 

We will also assess the water shut-off supply valve and supply line. Since these are not regularly used, they can become corroded and lead to bursts and flooding. 

Wax Ring Replacements

Is your bathroom flooring wet around your toilet? You many need your wax ring replaced. A wax seal is created by the ring under the base of the toilet that prevents water from escaping. This seal can wear down and deteriorate over time, and all wax rings eventually need replaced.

We offer wax ring replacements. If you are considering an alternative toilet ring, you may want to just stick with wax. Learn more about why we don’t like wax ring alternatives

We can also caulk the base of your toilet, and other areas nearby in order to help prevent water damage should your wax seal ever fail.

DIY Toilet Installation

If you want to attempt toilet installation on your own, we can guide you through the step-by-step process by reading this article. You will need an adjustable wrench, a Phillips screwdriver, caulk, and a new wax ring, at minimal. You may also want to have a hacksaw handy. 

Warning: DIY or handyman repairs aren’t always the best option. Sometimes you want an expert, especially when the risk is water damage.

Schedule a Plumber

Schedule a plumber if you need assistance with your toilet installation or repair, we are happy to help.

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How much should it cost to install a toilet?

The cost to install a toilet can vary widely based on your location, the type of toilet, and whether additional plumbing adjustments are needed. Generally, the cost ranges from $150 to $450, with most homeowners spending around $350 for a basic toilet installation.

Can I install a toilet myself?

Yes, installing a toilet can be a DIY project if you have some basic plumbing knowledge and the right tools. However, if you are unsure about the installation process or the plumbing requirements, it’s recommended to hire a professional plumber to ensure the job is done correctly.

How much is toilet installation labor?

Labor costs for toilet installation typically range from $100 to $300, depending on the complexity of the job and the plumber’s rates. This does not include the cost of the toilet itself.

Is installing a toilet easy?

Installing a toilet can be straightforward if you follow the correct steps and have all necessary tools. For someone with basic DIY skills, it’s a manageable task. However, complications related to the floor flange or wax ring might require professional attention.

What is the best way to install a toilet?

The best way to install a toilet is to ensure the surface is level and the flange is in good condition before setting the toilet. Using a new wax ring and securing the toilet evenly will prevent leaks and ensure a stable installation.

What is the minimum toilet installation height?

The standard height for a toilet flange is about ¼ inch above the finished floor. This positioning helps ensure a proper seal and effective drainage. For comfort height toilets, the rim is typically 16 to 19 inches from the floor, excluding the seat.

What are some things that can go wrong when installing a toilet?

Common issues during toilet installation include leaks at the base due to a poor seal with the wax ring, improper alignment of the toilet with the flange, over-tightening and cracking the porcelain, and leaks from the tank if not connected properly to the bowl.

What are the steps for installing a toilet?

The steps for installing a toilet include: 1. Removing the old toilet. 2. Preparing the flange. 3. Installing the wax ring. 4. Setting the new toilet on the flange. 5. Bolting the toilet to the floor. 6. Connecting the water supply. 7. Testing the installation for any leaks.

What tools do I need to install a toilet?

The basic tools required for installing a toilet are: – Adjustable wrench – Screwdriver – Putty knife (for removing old wax from the flange) – Level (to ensure the toilet sits flat) – Rubber gloves – Sponge and bucket (for cleaning up water)