Toilet Repair & Replacement

Fixing Leaky, Running, & Clogged Toilets

TLC is your bathroom plumbing experts from leaky faucets to toilet repairs and replacements we have you covered. When you have a problem with your toilet you definitely need fast service. TLC’s experienced plumbers are equipped to handle all of your toilet problems and repairs. With the fastest response in town you can always count on TLC to take care of you when you need us most.

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Common Toilet Problems

There are a few common toilet repairs we see quite often and are very familiar with repairing these problems quickly and efficiently so you have as little disruption as possible.

Toilet Clogs

Sometimes you can’t clear a clog on your own, or it keeps coming back. Toilet clogs that can’t easily be fixed on your own may be a sign of a larger drain problem. TLC’s Drain Experts are here to fix your toilet problems fast and we’re available 24/7.

Toilet Leaks

Toilet leaks are a common problem we see, especially in older toilets. Whether it’s leaking at the base or at the water connection. TLC’s professional plumbers are ready to respond.

Running Toilets

A running toilet that won’t stop wastes a lot of water. Often times it has been slowly leaking a while and you may not have noticed it. Usually, this is caused because the toilet flapper has deteriorated and can no longer seal the toilet.

How to check for a toilet leak

Did you know your toilet can be leaking without you knowing?
Flappers decay over time and shrivel up not creating a seal in the tank causing the toilet to run constantly or water to continuously leak from the tank into the bowl. Checking for this type of leak is really easy. Watch our video to learn more.

How to replace a toilet flapper

Toilet flappers decay overtime in the tank. Once it has decayed it can no longer seal the tank and your toilet will continuously run. You may not notice this until you get a high water bill. Luckily replacing your flapper is quite easy. Watch our video to learn more.

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Replace Your Old Toilet

When it's time to replace that old toilet, make sure you hire a professional plumber to assist you. There are more options than ever before, from low flow toilets that are very common, to new dual flush toilets. The Albuquerque Water Authority offers rebates for upgrading to a water conserving toilet.


Dual flush toilets are the most water efficient toilets available for homes & businesses today. If you would like to learn more about these toilets read more here.


TLC’s Plumbers do not recommend attempting to remove a toilet on your own. Ceramic toilets are very delicate and can easily get a hairline fracture if not set properly, causing a leak.