We’ve all been in that awkward position: you’re standing in the bathroom, trying to flush the toilet and nothing seems to be going down. In fact, with each pull of the lever, water seems to be accumulating in the bowl, rising towards the surface to eventually spill over. Even bathrooms equipped with a plunger are no match for a hefty clog, which can be caused by any number of stoppages that accumulate further down the line. So, when there’s no way to get the blockage out and your toilet is rendered useless, what can you do to get it up and running properly again?
The easiest and quickest way to make light of a severely clogged toilet is to call a plumbing company the area that can come over to snake or power flush your pipes. These two methods of removing drainage blocks are extremely simple and can get the water flowing properly down your toilet again in no time at all. Drain power flushing in Toronto in particular, is quick, clean and highly effective at completely eliminating the stoppage in your pipes, no matter what it may be.
Most of the time, the object that’s clogging your drain isn’t something that you’d expect it to be. For example, perhaps a piece of cloth or fabric fell into your toilet bowl unnoticed and was accidently flushed down the drain. Normally, this isn’t something you should be putting into your pipes, so there’s a good chance that they can’t handle the foreign object. Before you know it, that simple piece of fabric has gotten caught on a pipe junction and created a blockage barrier that’s backing up your toilet bowl.
No matter what the object in question may be, lurking deep down in your pipes, drain power flushing in Toronto is sure to solve the issue immediately. During a power flushing procedure, a motor is used to deliver extremely high-pressure bursts of water into your pipes, forcing any foreign object out of the way and down to the pipe exit. It acts to blast away any and all traces of the blockage so that a buildup doesn’t occur again. In contrast to snaking, the other popular clog removal procedure, power flushing is much more devastating to a blockage because of the high pressure involved, as opposed to the slow breakup of matter by a snaking tool.
The reason behind your incessant toilet clog may not make itself immediately apparent… in fact, the clog itself may not become apparent until it’s far too late to do anything about it. For example, have you noticed that the power in your flush seems to be weakening over time? Are minor clogs more frequent? If you begin to notice these things, it could be a sign that a deep clog is getting larger and larger over time. Don’t let a small problem get to the point of being a large, potentially embarrassing problem: call a Rooter Group professional plumber today and have your drain power flushed!