Unclog toilet can be a very difficult problem to try and solve for many people. Sometimes it is necessary to call in an emergency plumber to unclog a toilet for you. If your toilet gets plugged or clogged somehow there are many things you can try at home to unclog a clogged toilet. Here are some solutions that have worked for me when I needed to unclog a toilet in my bathroom.
One of the first things I did when I needed to unclog toilet was using a plunger. Using a plunger to unclog a clog is one of the best solutions, but unfortunately it isn't always the best solution. The only problem with using a plunger is that it takes a lot of force to get the plunger down deep enough to unclog your toilet. Also, sometimes you damage your pipes if you overuse a plunger on a clog.
When I had a clogged toilet and needed to unclog it, I would also try using liquid soap and water to flush the toilet. If liquid soap and water don't unclog your toilet bowl, then you may need to try a different method to unclog the toilet. I have even used ammonia based cleaning agents to unclog the toilet. This method seemed to work, but it left a nasty ammonia odor on the bathroom floor.
When non of the methods work then you have to call a professional plumber who understand what to do and has proper tools to use to unclod a toilet. When the problem is in the toilet most of the time with a simple tool that plumber use the clog will go away and it will take no longer than 10 minutes to get it done. But it can turn more complicated.
For example a popular case comes when our kids through a toy into the toilet and it gets trap beteen the toilet bowl and the wax ring area. In this case the toilet needs to be removed to be able to unclog the toilet.
Another case is when the clog goes further and it is not in the toilet itself but in the drain line. In that mostofthe time we use a K60 snake or any other popular snake most of them sold by Rheem a very popular plumbing tools brand, which allow use to work and remove the clog from the drain line.
In the following blog we are more extensive about what could cause a toilet or drain clog.
1. How do I know my toilet it is clogged and not my drain?
A: There is a simple test you can do if you are not sure which one is clogged. If you have shower open the shower for one minute, otherwise if you do not have shower open a sin or vanity that youshould have in your bathroom. If the toilet make like a noise or the water starts coming up through your shower, then your clog it is not only on your toilet but also the drain is clogged.
2. Some water spreading around the Toilet could be clog symtoms?
A: We have received calls from people asking for a leak detection and when we requesta video or come to the property we discover that the problemis caused by a clog.
3. How much cost unclog a toilet in Broward?
A: The price to unclog a toilet in Broward goes from $180 to $280.
4. Does it cost the same unclog a toilet than a drain?
A: Main Drain Line cost more than a toilet. The price to unclog a toilet in Browardd gros from $300-$400. Always it dependes of the our you canned.
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