Free Toilet Removal Installation

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From removal and haul away of your old toilet to new toilet installation, testing and cleanup, we've got you covered from start to finish. 1-Year Labor Warranty Our in-home toilet installation service is backed by a 1-year limited labor warranty from The Home Depot. . Be sure to clear the inside path to the installation location of any obstacles, including rugs, furnishings and personal items. Ensure outside path for delivery is free of snow, ice and any debris. Empty any existing appliances you want hauled away. We do not install or remove built-in wall ovens, cook top, range hoods. The water supply line to your toilet is connected to the wall or floor; simply turn the valve to stem the flow of water (Image 1). Flush your toilet and keep the handle down to empty the toilet of water. You’ll be left with some water in the tank and some in the bowl. Use a large sponge and bucket to remove the remaining water in the tank.

Cost to Install a Toilet - Notes and General Information

  1. Know the material of the shower base. Oatey Plumber’s Putty is the most commonly used putty for No-Caulk Shower Drain installation - with exception of ABS which is explained in bullet 5. However, if the shower base is Granite, Marble, Quartz, Sandstone, Corian®, Plastic or any natural porous surface, it is necessary to use a Oatey Stain.
  2. A rock-solid toilet flange is the key to a leak-free toilet. The flange is the only thing anchoring the toilet to the floor. If the flange is loose or damaged, the toilet will rock. And a rocking toilet will distort the wax ring and cause leaks. So be sure to scrape off the old wax ring and inspect the flange.

These estimates are for BASIC work performed in serviceable conditions by qualified trade professionals using MID GRADE materials. Work not mentioned on this page and/or work using master craftsman, premium materials and project supervision will result in HIGHER COSTS! Explore the full range of bathroom toilet new installation labor options and material prices here.

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These estimates are NOT substitutes for written quotes from trade professionals. Homewyse strongly recommends that you contact reputable professionals for accurate assessments of work required and costs for your project - before making any decisions or commitments.

The cost estimate includes:

  • Costs for local material / equipment delivery to and service provider transportation to and from the job site.
  • Costs to prepare the worksite for Toilet Installation, including costs to protect existing structure(s), finishes, materials and components.
  • Labor setup time, mobilization time and minimum hourly charges that are commonly included for small Toilet Installation jobs.

The cost estimate does NOT include:

  • Costs for removing, relocating, repairing, or modifying existing framing, surfacing, HVAC, electrical, and plumbing systems - or bringing those systems into compliance with current building codes.
  • Costs for testing and remediation of hazardous materials (asbestos, lead, etc).
  • General contractor overhead and markup for organizing and supervising the Toilet Installation. Add 13% to 22% to the total cost above if a general contractor will supervise this project.
  • Sales tax on materials and supplies.
  • Permit or inspection fees (or portion thereof) required by your local building department for your overall project.

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References - Toilet Installation

  • Product and Supplies Data: Faucet Direct Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies Faucet Direct, Apr 2021, Website
  • Product and Supplies Data: Kitchen Source Plumbing Products and Supplies Kitchen Source, Apr 2021, Website
  • Product and Supplies Data: Plumbers Stock Products and Supplies Plumbers Stock, Apr 2021, Website
  • Product and Supplies Data: Lowes Plumbing Products and Supplies Lowes , Apr 2021, Website
  • Product and Supplies Data: Plumbing Components and Supplies McCoys, Apr 2021, Website
  • The HUD PATH Rehab Guide Volume 8: HVAC/Plumbing U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Policy Development and Research, Mar 2011, Editorial Staff
  • The Building Estimator's Reference Book , Mar 2012,
  • Home Improvement 1-2-3: Expert Advice from The Home Depot Homer, TLC, Apr 2021, Editorial Staff, ISBN 696213273
  • Carpentry and Building Construction, Student Text Glencoe/McGraw-Hill; 6th edition, Jan 2003, Mark Feirer, John Feirer, ISBN 007822702X

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Free Toilet Removal Installation Service

Before removing the old toilet, make certain that the floor area has all carpeting or rugs removed as well as anything else that may be soiled by the removal process.
Turn off the water supply at the toilet; however, old shut-off valves may not function and require water to be shut off at the main valve (see Shower Faucet Installation or VanityFaucet Installation). Advise occupants in the house that the water may be off for a short period to minimize any other household functions. Flush the toilet and remove the excess water from the tank and bowl. An old towel or sponge is good for this since it will have to be disposed of after this project is completed. You might use the empty boxes from the new toilet tank and bowl as trash containers.

Disconnect the water connector from the tank. The toilet may then be removed as one unit (a must if it is a one-piece fixture) or you may remove the tank from the bowl. Old tank bolts are usually impossible to unscrew so they may have to cut off from the bowl. Removing the toilet in two pieces (if it is a separate tank/bowl unit) is best for easy of handling. Keep in mind you will most likely still have some water in the trapway and tank, so use caution to prevent water damage to carpets and areas from the bathroom to the outside final disposal point.

Remove the old wax seal (or putty) as well as the mounting bolts.

Finally, keep in mind that if the replacement toilet is not to be installed immediately, you risk personal injury from hazardous gases that may leak from the flange opening (the drain in the floor). A large wet towel placed in the flange will keep unwanted gases from entering the living quarters. Do not use small rags or papers which may fall into the drain line causing blockage.