Toilet Services in Chester County & the Surrounding Area
Expert Toilet Repair, Installation, Replacement & More
Even though we use toilets several times a day, it often feels like we take them for granted. They’re always right there, doing their job without a problem — until something goes wrong. And when your toilet stops working — whether it’s clogged, sprung a leak, or won’t quit running — it always seems like it comes at the worst possible time.
We understand how frustrating that is, which is why at Mattioni, we are proud to offer what we believe is the most comprehensive and thorough toilet repair and replacement service in Chester County. We review all toilets in the home during our plumbing inspection and ensure our technicians are fully trained to fix, repair, or replace any toilet. We also stock many different toilet styles and colors for immediate replacement for your convenience.
Need an immediate toilet fix? Give us a call. We’ll have an expert plumber out to your home in no time.
Toilets break, and toilets run. It happens. Did you know that running toilets can cost hundreds of dollars per month if not corrected? Don’t spend a ton of time worrying about how to fix it, though: Just leave it in the hands of the professionals you trust. We’ll take a look at your toilet’s problem, figure out what the best course of action is, and then do it. Whether you need a new toilet filler valve or a toilet flap replacement, Mattioni has you covered.
That’s it. As a family-owned and -operated company, Mattioni knows how important it is to you and your family to have fully operational toilets. Don’t let a minor issue throw a wrench in your home life — let us take care of it and perform whatever toilet repair you might need.
Sometimes, a problem just can’t be fixed and you’ve got to get a new toilet installed. That process can be mind-numbing and frustrating since you’ve already determined that your current toilet is a lost cause. The stress of going through the steps of getting a new one doesn’t make things any easier.
But when you allow Mattioni to handle toilet replacement or toilet installation, that stress disappears. Our plumbers know what type of toilet would fit best in your bathroom, and we’ll recommend the models that would work best for you and your home. A lot of customers are excited about the new “low flush” toilets that use less water, saving money while having more flushing power. Call us at 610-400-8510 to find out why!
Toilet Drain Clog Services
Looking for a toilet running fix? Or is there an even worse emergency? Toilet clogs cause a lot of anxiety for homeowners, threatening to interrupt the day’s plans and overflow, damaging your plumbing or flooring. If plunging looks risky and jiggling the handle doesn’t work, reach out to the local toilet drain clog experts here at Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc. We treat your toilet repair with the urgency it deserves, arriving quickly, armed with the skill and equipment to destroy your clog and clear the drain ASAP.
Avoid toilet clog stress. When a stubborn toilet clog occurs, contact Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc. online or call us at 610-400-8510 — for prompt toilet drain clog services in Chester County and the surrounding area.
Single- & Dual-Flush Toilets for West Chester Homes
Most homes in Pennsylvania have single-flush toilets, which are the traditional style that has worked well for decade after decade. Each flush delivers over a gallon of water to move solid and liquid waste through the drain system in this type of toilet. While it is mostly effective at this job, when flushing just liquid waste, the amount of water it uses can be excessive.
Dual-flush toilets are a relatively new type of fixture that offers significant water savings over a single-flush toilet. It features two buttons on top of the toilet instead of a single lever. The standard flush delivers over a gallon of water to eliminate both solid and liquid waste. The second flush option uses less water. It successfully eliminates liquid waste without needing a whole gallon or more per flush.
Because toilets are one of the largest water consumers in a typical home, a dual-flush toilet can save significant amounts of water over its lifetime. Not only is this helpful for conserving natural resources, but it can also reduce your water bills. While they also tend to cost more upfront, the savings over time can make them worth your while.
At Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc., we install both single-flush and dual-flush toilets. We also provide complete repair services for both. Our experts can discuss your needs and help you find the perfect toilet for your Chester County home.
Are you considering a dual-flush toilet for your home in West Chester or the surrounding areas? Contact us today or visit our blog to read more about the differences between single- and dual-flush toilets.
Toilet Plumbing FAQ
Here are the top questions we receive about toilet plumbing clogs.
When this type of toilet trouble occurs, your toilet mechanism is failing, or it simply needs repair or reassembly. Your toilet flapper’s chain may be too short. The flapper may be leaking, or it could be old and falling apart. A faulty flapper allows excess water to enter the bowl. If you see water on the floor or the toilet won’t stop running, there may be a toilet leak. Connections between the toilet and behind-wall plumbing pipes may also be leaking. No matter your toilet issue, we’ll get to the bottom of it and help prevent the problem from returning with expert toilet tank repair.
Don’t believe any claims you might see on the bottle. It is not safe to pour chemical drain cleaner into your toilet. The chemical process generates heat, which could actually crack the bowl after a while. In addition, depending upon the type of pipes and connections you have throughout your plumbing system, drain cleaning chemicals can melt or damage them. It’s not worth the risk of ruining your plumbing system. Instead, trust Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc., the team that’s always on call for you.
Never flush “flushable” wipes. And don’t risk flushing hair or large clumps of toilet paper. If you switch to an ultra-thick toilet paper from a thinner type, be sure to remember that you’ll need less TP per flush than you did with the old brand. Despite your best efforts, however, small kids’ toys and other non-flushables may end up in your toilet or pipes. This can cause pipe damage or start a massive clog that grows as future toilet paper gets flushed. If your toilet drain does get clogged or blocked, let our Chester County plumbing pros handle it for you.
Contact Mattioni Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc. for all your plumbing and toilet drain cleaning needs. Call 610-400-8510 today.