Commercial Toilet Services

Commercial building owners need a plumber they can rely on for expert commercial toilet repairs and replacement services. With more than five decades of industry experience, your local Mr. Rooter® Plumbing has the tools and experience to handle any problems with your commercial toilets.

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Commercial Toilet Repairs

Just like any other kind of toilet, commercial models need periodic maintenance and regular upkeep to stay in good condition. However, due to their high water pressure and high traffic, commercial toilets have unique needs when it comes to repairs. Here is a sample of the repairs Mr. Rooter Plumbing performs in commercial washrooms:

  • Constant flushing that can't be stopped
  • Slow bowl refilling
  • Broken flush handles
  • Flush valve problems
  • Water pressure issues
  • Water leaks

Commercial Toilet Replacement

There are some commercial toilet damages that cannot be repaired, making a replacement necessary. Gradual wear and tear can make flush valves and other components less efficient or effective. At a certain point, replacing the toilet makes more sense than having more repairs done. If you’re concerned about your commercial toilet but not sure of your best course of action, your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing will be glad to inspect the toilet, explain your best options, and perform expert repairs or replacements.

Find a Commercial Toilet Plumber Near Me

Keep your commercial toilets in tip-top shape with help from your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing. Getting started is easy! Just call or request an estimate online today.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do commercial toilets work?

Wall-mounted commercial toilets use wide-diameter water supply lines to deliver a high-pressure water jet to force waste out of the bowl and down the waste pipe.

Why are commercial toilet seats split in front?

Commercial toilet seats have a gap at the front for sanitary reasons. The gap helps avoid seat-to-genital contact and provides extra space when wiping. Open-front toilet seats also eliminate the part of the seat most likely to be contaminated with urine.

What’s the difference between commercial and residential toilets?

Residential toilets use water from the tank (plus gravity) to flush. Commercial toilets don’t have water tanks on the back. Instead, they use a forceful water jet, coming from a wide-diameter water supply line, to force waste down the pipe. Residential supply and waste lines are not equipped for commercial toilet plumbing.

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