The toilet: You use it, hopefully, every day but rarely think about it. It is the cornerstone of modern hygiene and works seamlessly in most cases. However, things can go awry, and a leaking or faulty toilet can be hard to ignore. In this brief article brought to you by Rooter Hero Plumbing, we will go over some of the main parts of the toilet. Understanding these components will help you troubleshoot issues and resolve many problems on your own. If you ever need an experienced plumber, you can call Rooter Hero Plumbing. We are ready to schedule an appointment or arrange an urgent clogged toilet repair today.
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We are going to breakdown the toilet into two main sections: the toilet tank and the toilet bowl. Let’s start with the tank which holds the reservoir of water to be flushed into the toilet bowl. It is also where many vital components are found:
There are other minor components, and some types of toilets use different mechanisms, but the ones mentioned here are the most common parts in traditional toilets.
The toilet bowl only has a few parts and is the portion of the toilet you sit on. It holds some water as well as the waste produced. This region is usually made of ceramic, specifically porcelain. The other parts of the toilet bowl include:
Again, there are negligible parts such as the bolts, but these are the primary components.
Is your toilet giving you problems? If you would like to hire an experienced plumber, then call Rooter Hero Plumbing today. We are happy to schedule a convenient appointment or arrange an urgent toilet repair today.
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