It happens all the time, toilet overflows. When this happen while you are in the house it’s annoying, I know, but not overly damaging. However, once in awhile this happens after you have left the house then come back to an absolute mess. There is perhaps nothing a homeowner dreads more than an overflowing toilet. Many toilets are designed to hold all the water in the tank without flooding over. However, this is not the case with all toilets. So, if you are one of those unfortunate enough to have a clogged toilet, then dealing with it immediately is the only option left. However, prevention is always better. If your toilet has already clogged up then you should first clean it up and then think of preventative measures.
* Clogged pipes can often lead to overflow, sometimes that can be quickly alleviated by turning on the cold water elsewhere.
* If you have a tap stuck on or a toilet being slow to drain, turn on another tap to reduce water pressure and slow the flow in the problem area.
Call Immediate Response Plumbing to clear out your clogged pipes. 210-599-3500