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 How Toilet Flush Valve work
The flush valve and the flapper together are called--not surprisingly--the flapper valve. A flush valve is 2 ½ inches in diameter, as is the ball-shaped part of the flapper. The flapper hinges onto the vertical overflow pipe that's next to the valve, and a small chain connects the flapper to the trip lever. The advantage of a flapper over the earlier stoppers is that it doesn't have as many parts to foul or get hung up, so it's less likely to let the tank "run" or leak into the bowl. As the tank of a conventional toilet empties, a float ball drops, activating the ball cock (simply a water valve), which releases water into the tank. Some new ball cocks operate on water pressure--they don't have a float ball. The water is delivered to the ball cock through the previously mentioned supply tube, which is connected to a valve at the wall or floor. This valve goes by various names, including stop valve, supply valve, and shutoff valve. When turned clockwise, this valve shuts off the flow of water to the tank. To prevent overflow and flooding, the top of the overflow tube is open and acts as a drain if the tank's water level rise
 
In today's water-conserving toilets, a minimum-flush mechanism seals the flush valve seat when the tank is still partially full, keeping full pressure on the flush but using less water. A pressurized cylinder inside the toilet tank cuts water usage by putting a small amount of flush water under pressure--either from compressed air or from the house supply line's water pressure. A pressure-activated ball cock is activated by a drop in the tank's to the tank, eliminates the need for a float.
The conventional float-ball, lift-wire, and tank-ball mechanism has been the standard flushing device for many years. The cut-away view above showsThe conventional float-ball,lift-wire,and tank-ball mechanism has been the standard flushing device for many years.The cut-away view above shows the relationship of the tank to the bowl and how the toilet's base forms a trap to block sewer gases. The flush handle raises the trip lever, raising the flush valve or seat ball from the flush valve seat, letting water rush into the bowl. The illustration at left shows a typical flapper
combined with a pressure-activated ball-cock valve. The illustration at right shows the older style of float ball with a standard ball cock. When the float ball drops, the ball cock opens, filling the tank until the ball floats back into its upper position. The overflow tube sends excess tank water to the bowl. The refill tube replenishes water in the tank through the overflow tube.
Clogged Toilet Cleaning
A clogged toilet is often caused by flushing facial tissue, baby wipes or other products that don't disintegrate the way toilet paper does. And if you have kids, you may have a toy, anything that you put on toilet tank, close to toilet or sock in the works. A Mr. Drain ® of Fremont plumbing expert can solve the problem with a Mr. Drain ® of Fremont Hand Auger machine that feeds a spinning cable into the toilet drain. The cable has special spring loaded blades on the tip that will cut through any obstruction while hugging the inside wall of the pipe and thoroughly cleaning it to restore full drainage and powerful flushes. See the Toilet Repair for more information on toilet repair and replace .
 
World Famous Brands of Toilets We Carry.

Toilets pretty much all look alike, but based on the research done they don't all perform alike. Mr. Drain® of Compton carry and install following world best brands of toilets.
  • TOTO
  • American Standard
  • Kohler
  • Gerber
  • Glassier Bay
  • Saniflo
  • Rialto
  • Edlin
  • DuBois
  • Fresca Milan
  • Sun Mar
  • St.Thomas
  • Sealand
  • MansField
  • Crane
  • Eago
  • Herbeau
  • Randolph Morris
  • Elizabethan Classics
 
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Is your Toilet leaking? - Is your Toilet backed up? - Do you want to replace your Toilet? - D you need a Toilet service? - Are you looking for a reliable licensed plumbing contractor? - Are you looking for affordable Toilet service? - Want to rebuild toilet?-Do you want to install a Bidet? - Is toilet flange leaking? Is toilet flange broken?
 
If yourToilet is clogged or leaking then you should schedule a Toilet service to un clog or repair it today. We are also expert when it comes to fix and replace any broken toilet flange.There may be a possibility that the Toilet drain is clogged due to some object clogged in toilet. We can unclog any toiletand toilet drain. We are available 24 Hours a Day 7 Days a Week.
 
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Mr. Drain ® Toilet Services
If you have a problem toilet that always seems to clog, run (leak), lack the flushing power or if you need any sort of toilet repair or replacement, The Plumbers at Mr Drain Plumbing are the licensed plumbing specialists who can solve all toilet problems At Mr. Drain ®Plumbing our skilled plumbers can handle any brand oftoilet like tototoilet, kohler toilet, American standard toilet, glacier bay toilet, and also experts in toilet repair, replacement or installation or rebuild. The Toilets are made of ceramic material. Out of all of the plumbing companies nobody repairs and replaces more Toilets than Mr. Drain ® Plumber does. Toilets like other plumbing fixtures in home play a very important role in the beauty and comfort for the people living in house. Being a part of a daily life they should be plumbed and installed in such a way that they don't interrupt your day when you use them.Mr. Drain ® Plumbing can order any toilet for you. We have wide ranges of toilets in our catalogues. Most of them take from 3 to 15 business days to come in. Schedule an appointment today and our technician will walk you through the catalogue and help you find the toilet based on your requirements.
Main Toilet Problems
Cloggs

Is there a more helpless feeling than when a toilet won't flush? Water rises in the bowl and begins spilling onto the floor as panic sets in. If a toilet requires plunging on a regular basis, there is probably an obstruction in the trap or further down the drainpipe. It may even be a symptom of a bigger problem farther down the sewer line. We at Mr.®Drain Plumbing are the experts at dealing with clogged toilets. A toilet can get clogged because of many reasons, it may get clogged because the tank is old and not flushing proper, the flush valve is faulty and its not making enough pressure, old kind of ball flush valve. If you have kids at home then they may have dropped a toy or any object in toilet which could have result in the clog, also if you use three ply toilet papers of you flush baby wipes in toilet that could result in the toilet clogs. But at Mr. Drain ® Plumbing you are covered. Our expert technicians will arrive in less then 60 minuets and unclog any toilet .
Continuous Running Toilet
If you hear water running in your toilet tank for extended periods after a flush, then your toilet is leaking. It is dumping water down the overflow tube and wasting up to 200 gallons of water daily. The problem may be a corroded overflow pipe or flush valve assembly. Sometimes the culprit is a worn out flapper valve. Stop jiggling the handle and call Mr. Drain ® Plumbing. Chances are you'll save enough money on your next few water bills to cover the cost of the plumbing repair. When you flush your bowl the water level rises in the tank, the float rises until the float arm is high enough to lower the valve plunger in the ballcock or fill valve and shut off the water being supplied into the bowl. If the water does not shut off due to a few possible reasons, there is an overflow tube that the water will fall into and go into the bowl to prevent the tank from overflowing. But wont save you from huge water bill.
How Old and Inefficient Your Toilet is
If your toilet was manufactured before 1994, it is probably costing you a fortune in water. Most older toilets use 3.5 gallons per flush. Newer low-flow toilets use only 1.6 gallons per flush and the newest low-flow designs provide the same amount of flushing power as old 3.5gallon models. Only A Mr. Drain® Plumber can install an efficient new toilet that will conserve water and save you money month after month.Whether you replace one toilet in a single bathroom or several hundred toilets in a large commercial or residential complex, you can expect to see significant savings. For example, replacing a typical 3.5-gallon toilet with a 1.6 gallon model will save a family of four 11,096 gallons of water per year. That's a 54% reduction in toilet water use. The more water the toilet you're replacing uses, the more water -- and money you'll save.There are many new environmentally friendly toilet designs that go even further to save water. Some designs have a dual flushing system that uses only 0.9 gallons to flush liquid waste but all 1.6 gallons to flush solid waste. You are welcome to purchase a toilet from the store of your choice then seek our plumbing services to have it installed. Or we can provide you with options before delivering and installing the toilet you want
How Toilet Works
The simple but ingenious mechanics of the toilet have changed very little since the earliest "water closet" was invented in the 19th century. The toilet, though is one of the more glamorous of home fixtures, is designed to do a very specific job--to carry away waste and prevent sewer gases from entering the house. And unless something goes wrong with a toilet, it handles its job adroitly.

A toilet has two main parts; both made from ceramic a tank and a bowl. Some toilets are cast as a single piece while others are made in two separate parts that are joined together. The tank, which houses all of the working parts, is where various types of toilets differ the most. Several different kinds of mechanisms may be used to accomplish a toilet's basic operation.
  The Process
When a toilet is ready for use, both tank and bowl are partly filled with water. Passages between the bowl and the closet bend form a trap that remains filled with water at all times, blocking the rise of sewer gases.
When you flush the trip lever, it lifts a rubber stopper--called a tank ball, flush valve seat ball, or the newer, more effective, flapper or flapper ball--from the flush valve, letting the water in the tank flow into the bowl.
The pressure of the cascading water forces the bowl's water and waste down the waste pipe. The water flowing into the bowl also cleans the bowl. The bowl's water is replenished by water entering from the tank through a supply tube that connects to the home's cold water supply piping.
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Mr. Drain ® Plumbing Goes Green with energy efficient toilets.
Energy efficient toilets bring eco-friendly living into the bathroom. There are more ways to save energy beyond electricity and gas. Energy conservation may also be extended to water use. Currently, the average household toilet flushes three gallons of water. Energy efficient toilets, on the other hand, generally flush 1.6 gallons. Some can even go as low as 1.28 gallons per flush. Installing energy efficient toilets can be a fairly simple for Mr Drain Plumbers task to accomplish. Of course, it is important to research the process first in addition to reading the instructions of the specific model.
• The installation can also be an excellent time to clean and repair any floor or wall problem spots in the area.
• Call us today to schedule an appointment and an expert from Mr. Drain ®Plumbing will explain you the benefits of Green Energy efficient toilets.
Bidets
A bidet (pronounced bid-day) is a small low sink that is used for washing the genitalia after going to the bathroom. It is normally located next to a toilet, but shouldn't be considered a sink. Bidets are popular in Europe and Asia, but much less common in the US. You can buy bidet attachments for toilet seats in the US, and some people may have a bidet in their bathroom. Usually bathroom size in modern homes in the US makes having both a bidet and a toilet practically impossible. Mr. Drain ® can install any kind of bidet according to your requirements. Schedule an appointment today and see how our experts can help you find the green cleaning products for you and your family. The bidet can be a helpful fixture for people with certain conditions. Those with hemorrhoids can find a good washing up in a bidet very helpful to their condition. Some hospitals also have bidets in use to help with people with mobility conditions, and these are thought a much easier way to help clean a person off. Some also suggest using the bidet to wash other parts of the body. This would probably be met with significant resistance, particularly in the US, and most especially when people suggest using the bidet as a baby bath
 
Toilet Flange

The toilet flange, also called a closet flange, is what holds your toilet to the floor It consists of a cast iron or plastic ring that encloses a small length of plastic pipe.The toilet flange comes in size from 3 to 4 inches and in different offset positions, shapes and angles depending on the flow and connection of the main drain and vent installed. The toilet flange is installed on the floor and glued or connected to the waste line. The toilet flange is like a ring that has slots for the bolts to hold the toilet. The broken, corroded offset or leaking toilet flange can result in un expected damages and its repair is straightforward.

Metal and Cast iron toilet flanges can partially corrode when the wax ring fails and water leaks for an extended period, or simply if the conditions under the toilet are too damp. A corroded flange won't hold the toilet firmly, and it may begin to wobble. This can cause sewage and water damage to the floor, basement, crawl spaces and walls.Mr. Drain ® will perform a free inspection for the toilet flange and bring upfront the possibilities of the damage. Without breaking the floors in some cases out experts can install and repair any kind and size of toilet flange. Just call us today and schedule a free inspection

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