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Installing a toilet that won’t rock, go rusty or start to leak can be a trick task if you have no prior plumbing experience and it is therefore recommended that you find a reputable Harrogate plumber for this task. If you do want to have a go yourself, here are some tips from a master plumber to help you succeed:
Before installing the toilet, it’s always a good idea to check for any, cracks or chips that will not only look unsightly, but could potentially lead to problems further down the line.
Next the the bowl is test fitted and if there is any wobble or rocking, some rubber packing is used to rectify the problem. A good plumber will use a spirit level here to ensure that the toilet is level before proceeding any further.
When lowering the toilet into position, the plumber should sit on it in order to provide even pressure to seal the bottom rim evenly to the floor. This is preferable to tightening the toilet down with the bolts, which can leave it lop sided.
Once in position the toilet can be secured with plastic bolts. Plumbers do not use metal bolts for this task, as over tightening them can easily crack the ceramic toilet. This also applies to the installation of the tank at the top – plastic bolts should again be used here to prevent damage from over tightening and everything should be hand tightened first in order to aid alignment.
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