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  • Toilet seat replacement
  • Toilet seat hinge replacement
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Up to 50% cheaper than franchise dealers
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No job too big or too small
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Recent Toilet Seat Fitting reviews in Perth

"Ally exceptionally completed all the tasks and even did some extra work to improve the fixings. Very highly recommended!"

Fix Cloth liner + small gate & change toilet seat

$100

"Friendly and helpful"

Fix the toilet seat and cover

$50

"Great job. "

Toilet seat installation

$100

What's the average cost of a toilet seat fitter in Perth

$87 - $112

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$87

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$105

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$112

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What do toilet seat fitting services include?

Toilet seat fitting services include doing all that’s necessary to ensure the new toilet seat fits over the toilet pan. Your handyman makes sure that the new position makes a perfect seal and covers the bowl when not in use. The service includes removing the old toilet seat, measuring the toilet pan, ensuring the new seat fits, making adjustments as necessary and disposing of the old toilet seat.

Removing the old seat

Whether it’s due to age, loosening, damage or for any other reason, your handyman can remove the old toilet seat for you. If the bolts keeping the old seat in place are rusted, the handyman may apply an industrial lubricant to loosen them, then unscrew them with an adjustable wrench.

Should this method prove ineffective, they can use a hacksaw to cut off the stubborn, rusted bolts. The bolts, old toilet seat and lid are then removed and set aside.  

Pre-cleaning

Some handymen may find it necessary to clean the toilet pan before doing the installation - they'll usually prepare by wearing house cleaning gloves and a face mask to avoid germs, but some may take more precautions. Your handyman may use bleach or detergent to clean the toilet pan, then rinse and wipe it dry. Your Tasker may even apply a disinfectant spray on the toilet before proceeding with this service.   

Installing the new seat

The Tasker first measures the toilet pan with a tape measure - this is important when doing a large or small toilet seat replacement, as this ensures a perfect fit. Next, your handyman determines the width of the toilet pan by placing the tape measure across the fullest part of the pan. If these measurements match your new toilet seat, installation can proceed.

You handyman follows the installation instructions of your new toilet seat by fastening the seat onto the toilet pan with the included bolts, bolt nuts and washers.

Disposing of the old seat

After your new toilet seat is installed, your handyman can dispose of the old toilet seat as part of the service. You can use this option if you don’t know how or where to have an old seat recycled. Taskers can place the old toilet seat in an airtight bag or similar container, then take it to the appropriate recycling facility.

Recent Toilet Seat Fitting tasks in Perth

Replace a toilet seat cover

$100

Leederville WA, Australia

25th Aug 2022

Replace a broken toilet seat cover and install a new one. - Due date: Needs to be done on Thursday, 25 August 2022

Fix Cloth liner + small gate & change toilet seat

$100

Perth WA, Australia

3rd Jun 2021

We need the following done. A cloth rack/liner needs to be re-mounted on to the wall. A smalls sized gate needs to be fixed at the hinge and a toilet seat needs to be changed. Need this done urgently!

Ally exceptionally completed all the tasks and even did some extra work to improve the fixings. Very highly recommended!

Fix toilet seat &move mattress to verge

$25

West Perth WA, Australia

10th Sep 2020

I need help 1) putting back toilet seat after tightening loose screws and ; 2) help moving mattress from 3rd floor to verge.

2 toilet seat replacements

$500

Claremont WA, Australia

17th Aug 2022

Need 2 toilet seats replaced and 1 tightened - Due date: Needs to be done on Wednesday, 17 August 2022

Repair toilet seat

$35

Mount Hawthorn WA, Australia

15th Feb 2021

Crack is 15cm long. Crack is on the toilet cover, left side as per picture. Looking to see if this can be repaired via glue and back to original form. Thanks.

Fix toilet seat and roll fixing

$20

Leederville WA, Australia

31st Jan 2020

Need to fix a toilet seat and roll attachment to wall

Two toilet seats replaced

$80

Shenton Park WA 6008, Australia

10th Sep 2022

Replace two toilet seats. Old seats seem to have been fixed in silicon somehow, so will need to be removed carefully to replace - Due date: Before Sunday, 18 September 2022

Toilet seat installation

$100

Mount Hawthorn WA 6016, Australia

24th Mar 2022

Removed broken toilet seat. Having trouble installing the new one - Due date: Needs to be done on Friday, 25 March 2022

Great job.

Fix the toilet seat and cover

$50

Perth City, WA, Australia

4th Jan 2021

My toilet seat cover is a small plastic cover, it falls off from the base, just need to be glued back.

Friendly and helpful

I need toilet seat repair

$200

East Perth WA, Australia

31st Dec 2019

There’s a crack in the seat. Not sure if you can mold it back together or use a strong glue, but might have to replace the whole cover.