Toilet Repair
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Toilet Repairs in Franklin County


Do you have a toilet that keeps running in your home? A constantly running toilet can drive anyone crazy. You probably also know that running toilets can waste quite a bit of water over time, increasing your utility bills and making a bigger impact on the environment than necessary.

The good news is that fixing running toilets in Western Massachusetts is a specialty of Sandri Plumbing. So why deal with a running toilet when you can schedule a quick and affordable repair with our plumbing experts?

Our toilet repair services in Franklin County address a number of common concerns, including:

  • Running toilets
  • Leaking toilets
  • Toilets running after flush
  • Toilets keep filling
  • Toilets keep flushing
  • Toilets randomly running
  • Intermittent toilet running
  • Leaking toilet valve
  • Leaking toilet flapper
  • Toilet hissing
  • Toilet tank overflow
  • Toilet turning on and off

Give us a call at or contact us online to request running toilet repair at your property. We’ll find an appointment time that works for you, and even quote the job ahead of time so you know how much of your home comfort fund to budget.

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Toilet Repair FAQ


There could be several reasons why your toilet is flushing by itself, including:

  • Faulty flapper: The flapper is a rubber valve that controls the flow of water from the tank to the bowl. If the flapper is worn out or damaged, it can cause the toilet to flush by itself.
  • Water pressure issues: If the water pressure in your home is too high, it can cause the toilet to flush on its own. This is because high water pressure can cause water to leak out of the tank and into the bowl.
  • Leaky fill valve: The fill valve is responsible for refilling the tank with water after each flush. If the fill valve is leaking, it can cause the tank to overfill, which can lead to an automatic flush.
  • Ghost flushing: Sometimes, toilets can flush by themselves due to a phenomenon known as “ghost flushing.” This occurs when there is a leak in the tank that causes the water level to drop, which triggers the fill valve to refill the tank and cause a flush.

To determine the exact cause of the issue, call a plumber or a professional toilet repair service to inspect your toilet and make the necessary repairs.


If your toilet is leaking at the base, it usually means that there is a problem with the wax ring that seals the base of the toilet to the drain pipe. The wax ring sits between the base of the toilet and the flange, which is the opening in the floor that connects to the drain pipe.

Over time, the wax ring can become worn or damaged, causing water to leak out from the base of the toilet. This can lead to water damage to the flooring or subflooring beneath the toilet, as well as unpleasant odors and potential mold growth.

If you suspect that your toilet is leaking at the base, it is important to address the issue as soon as possible. To fix the problem, you will need to replace the wax ring. This is typically a job best left to a professional plumber, as it requires removing the toilet and properly reinstalling it with a new wax ring.

It is also possible that the leak could be caused by a crack in the toilet bowl or a loose connection at the base. Again, a professional plumber can diagnose the issue and recommend the best course of action to fix it.


We would love to help you fix a running or leaking toilet in your Massachusetts home. Give Sandri a call and our seasoned plumbing team will be happy to give you a no-obligation plumbing estimate on your toilet repair. Thank you for trusting Sandri with your home plumbing repair.

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