Fast Plumber’s workmanship warranty may run from one week to one month, depending on a case by case basis. As for the products used, the warranty period would depend on manufacturers.
The flapper is the part of your toilet that lets water flow from the tank on the back down into the toilet bowl, creating the flush. If the flapper doesn't open all the way it won't release enough water, which means you'll get a weak flush. Clogs are common in toilets with a weak flush.
A dripping tap or leaking tap usually means that the tap washer needs renewing, but it can also be caused by a damaged valve seating.
Clogged drains are one of the most common plumbing problems homeowners face. Clogs happen at the worst times—like when you sleep through your alarm and are going to be late for work but still decide to take a shower and now the water is overflowing onto the bathroom floor. Although a clogged drain can be a major inconvenience, it is a relatively easy problem to fix!
Chances are the toilet is the source of the water running. Water can run from the tank to the bowl without any signs of a problem. While this isn’t a leak, it is a huge waste of water. You should have the parts inside the tank looked at or you could end up with a large water bill.
If only the one tap is affected, the aerator is probably plugged and needs to be replaced or cleaned.
If the leak does not appear to slow down or it seems to be getting worse; the leak is probably in the water supply line. Close the main water shut off valve (located near your water meter) and call us.
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