Old or worn-out toilet flappers can cause leaks. Flappers are inexpensive rubber parts that can build up minerals or decay over time. Replacing them can be a quick and easy fix for your water woes. WaterSense Bath Hack #3 shows how easy it is to Replace Your Leaky Toilet Flapper
Bring the old flapper to the hardware store for comparison to make sure you buy a new flapper that fits your toilet model. You can also check the owner’s manual, if you have it, or the manufacturer’s website for the appropriate replacement part number for the flapper.
If you know you have a toilet leak and you don’t feel confident or are unable to repair it, call us for advice or assistance at 630-554-3336