Matching on Angi
The part of the toilet flange that held the bolt had broken off so one bolt was not secure and the toilet moved side to side. I tried to do it myself but the flange was cemented into the concrete slab. I cut away part of it with an oscillating tool and gave up. I called a couple of other pumpers from Angies list and they said that a whole section of the floor had to be jackhammered out and it would be around 3000 dollars. They counldn't even come to look at it for a couple of weeks. I called Norfolk and described my problem to them along with what the other plumpers said. They said that they don't think it'll be a problem and that they'd done similar stuff like that before. They installed a new flange that went inside of the broken one, put the toilet back on and everything works great! Saved me thousands of dollars if I'd been stupid enough to go with the other guys. They came out the next day and looked at it and then the day after to make the repairs.