What causes a toilet to wobble?
More often than not, the wobble is caused by loose toilet bolts, but the flange may also be responsible.
It may be corroded, broken or set too high.
Moreover, the person who installed the toilet may have used a wax ring that is too thick.
If you can’t get the toilet to stop wobbling, loosen the nuts and remove them.
Is a wobbly toilet bad?
Fortunately, a rocking toilet isn’t going to cause you much personal harm, but a loose, wobbly toilet is still something you should fix. This is actually kind of important since it can eventually lead to sewer gas leakage or worse, a water leak that can damage your home.
How much does it cost to fix a wobbly toilet?
On average, it will cost from $45 to $197 to repair a toilet yourself or between $130 and $310 to have professional repairs done by a plumber.
Plumber Cost To Fix A Toilet.
|National Average Cost||$220|
|Average Range||$130 to $310|
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How do you secure a toilet to the floor?
Toilets should be caulked to the floor to prevent side-to-side movement that can break the wax seal (and to prevent splashes or overflows from puddling under the toilet and rotting the floor). DIYers often set the toilet and then apply a tiny bead of caulk along the outside edge.