Toilet Installation & Replacement
New Toilet Installation
You can pick out whatever new toilet you want, but when it comes time to install it, call the professionals! Our plumbers will make sure it’s installed properly. And if you’re installing the new toilet as part of a larger bathroom remodel, we can work with any other contractors you’ve hired to make sure the job goes smoothly and is completed on time.
Installing a toilet can be a complicated job, but not for our plumbers at Barker and Sons Plumbing & Rooter! If you need toilet installation in Orange County, CA, call or click today!
If your toilet is loose, cracked, or leaking, or if you’re just tired of looking at the same toilet you’ve had for years, let us know! Our toilet replacement pros can remove your old toilet and replace it with your preferred model. We’ll hook it right into your existing plumbing system so you can start using your new toilet right away – you won’t even notice the switch!
If you need toilet replacement in Anaheim, Fullerton, Yorba Linda or anywhere else in Orange County, CA, contact Barker and Sons!
Fun Facts About Toilets
- The first toilet ever seen on TV was on Leave it to Beaver. The movie Psycho was the first movie to show a toilet being flushed – and it sparked a huge controversy over indecency issues!
- The first attempts at making a toiler air freshener involved pomegranates studded with cloves.
- Herman Goering (a Nazi leader) refused to use toilet paper, preferring white handkerchiefs!
- Over $100,000 was spent on a study to figure out if people prefer to put their toilet paper on the holder with the flap in front or behind – turns out 75% of people prefer the front!
- British King George II actually died falling off a toilet on October 25, 1760.
- In public restrooms, the first toilet in a row is the least used (and therefore the cleanest!).
- More toilets are flushed during the Super Bowl halftime than any other time of the year.
- Most toilets flush in the key of E flat.
- There are 333 squares of toilet paper on a roll.
- 40,000 people in America are injured by toilets each year.