SWAN Plumbing, Heating & Air of Denver's plumbers have over 40 years of combined experience and are available 7 days a week to resolve any toilet service related issues you may be facing & all of our toilet repairs, installations & replacements are backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. We're available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to take care of any of your Denver bathroom plumbing needs, including toilet repair. We offer same day service, and are typically at your home within hours of the toilet repair service request!

Fast & Reliable Toilet Repairs & Installation in Denver

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Are you a Denver homeowner in need of a professional, reliable, and trustworthy Denver plumbing company to handle your toilet troubles?

Every job, large and small, is completed with confidence and backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, from simple toilet repairs to larger toilet replacement or installation in your home.

SWAN Plumbing, Heating & Air's Denver plumbers have over 40 years of combined experience and are available 7 days a week to resolve any toilet issues you may be facing!

  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
    On All Toilet Repair Services
  • Straight-forward, Honest
    Per-Project Pricing, Upfront in writing
  • Professional Plumbing Service
    By Certified, Clean, Denver Plumbers

Denver Toilet Repairs

Few people spend a lot of time thinking about toilets, at least not until they need one replacing, or their toilet malfunctions. Instead of dealing with these vital bathroom necessities yourself, call on the experienced team of plumbing professionals at SWAN for all of your toilet installation, repair, and replacement needs.

All of our Denver plumbers, who specialize in toilet repair, are industry certified (N.A.T.E. and EPA) and go through an extensive background checking & drug-screening process before being hired, so you can trust that all the toilet repair plumbers we send are highly qualified to get the job done right, truth-worthy and safe to have in your home!

Most Common Toilet Problems We Fix

If you find yourself Googling "how to fix a running toilet", or have friends that are getting tired of your constant remarks about how your toilet won't flush, then it may be time to consider calling a professional plumber to fix your toilet problems for good. We offer affordable plumbing service for many common toilet issues:

  • leaking toilet
  • won't stop running
  • overflowing toilet
  • toilet won't fill
  • toilet doesn't flush
  • toilet not flushing
  • toilet tank not filling
  • won't flush all the way
  • constantly running
  • toilet won't drain
  • toilet leaking from base
  • no water in toilet tank
  • toilet not filling
  • leaky toilet tank
  • leaks when flushed
  • toilet repair
  • toilet clogged
  • toilet running
  • fix leaky toilet
  • repair toilet flange

Denver Toilet Installation & Replacement

Let's face it, one of the least pleasant jobs is removing an old toilet. Even the best maintained homes put a lot of wear and tear on toilets, and eventually these vital bathroom accessories need replacing. Replacing old toilets is not just aesthetically challenging, but requires careful disassembly and removal to prevent sewer water, chemicals, and disagreeable odors from contaminating your home.

Instead of dealing with this disagreeable task yourself, why not contact the professionals at SWAN plumbing and let them do it for you? Every one of our licensed, bonded plumbers has the experience and equipment necessary to make toilet replacement or removal fast, environmentally friendly, and with a minimum mess. We are more than happy to tackle even the most worn out toilets, and we will make sure that your bathroom is clean and tidy once the job is finished.

Toilet Brands We Service, Repair, Install & Replace

We're available 7 days a week to provide toilet replacement or installation service in and around Denver, Colorado. At SWAN Plumbing, Heating & Air of Denver, we work with all best brands of residential toilets, including:

  • Toto toilets
  • Kohler toilets
  • American Standard toilets
  • Gerber
  • Glacier Bay
  • Mansfield
  • Thetford
  • Eljer
  • CAROMA
  • Duravit
  • ProFlo
  • Sterling
  • Fluidmaster
  • Gerberit
  • Laufen
  • Foremost
  • Fresca
  • Pegasus
  • Pfister
  • Neo-Metro
  • Porcher
  • Danze
  • Mirabelle
  • Crane Plumbing
  • DuBois
  • Moen
  • Inax
  • Cheviot
  • Oatey
  • Panasonic
  • Whitehaus
  • Oxford
  • Bemis
  • Hansgrohe
  • Barclay
  • Herbeau
  • NORRIS
  • Hastings
  • Sloan
  • VitrA
  • Bobrick
  • Villeroy & Boch
  • Thetford
  • St. Thomas Creations
  • Saniflo
  • Ace
  • Scarabeo
  • Whittington
  • Watts
  • Mayfair

Understanding How Does a Toilet Work

While the toilet, as we know it today, was perfected a couple of centuries ago, most of its basic elements remain the same today. All toilets, including even the most advanced models, have three key parts: the tank (cistern), the receiving bowl, and a special siphon tube.

The tank, sometimes known as a cistern, is the large receptacle that holds fresh water for when the flush is activated. Most common toilets have the tank towards the back of the unit, and hold approximately two gallons. Most toilet tanks have a float and a stopper to help regulate the right amount of water to add to the tank after the flushing mechanism has been activated.

Denver Toilet Repair & Installation Services

When you flush your toilet, the handle moves a chain or arm, which in turn lifts up the stopper at the bottom of the toilet tank. The clean water in the tank then travels down a pipe into the receiving bowl, cleaning and refilling the bowl.

Once the tank has been emptied, the stopper is replaced, and a refill tube activates to add fresh water to the tank. When the float reaches the proper height, the refill tube is closed to prevent the tank from overflowing.

The siphon tube attaches to the receiving bowl, and is designed with a special curved shape so that the bowl will only be drained of water when it reaches a specified height. When new water is added to the receiving bowl, such as after the flushing mechanism has been activated, the siphon tube opens the receiving pipe and conducts the water from the bowl down and through the pipes.

If any of these mechanisms becomes jammed, broken, or otherwise damaged, it can cause your toilet to malfunction. A blockage in the siphon tube, a malfunction of the float, or the flushing handle becoming disconnected from the stopper arm can cause a toilet to no longer function properly.

Toilet Repair & Installation Service Areas

Do you outside of Denver, Colorado and need a toilet(s) repaired or installed/replaced? SWAN Plumbing, Heating & Air of Denver has you covered! We provide service as far north as Boulder and as far south as Castle Rock, with everything in between, including: