Probably the most frustrating thing to deal with at any time, at any place and on any occasion, is a clogged toilet.
Fortunately for most home or business space owners, managing and dealing with a clogged toilet is quite easy. And you can get your own toilet back in functioning condition in no time at all.
Toilet clogging may sometimes be caused by drains that are choked by too much toilet paper or non-flushable items that somehow find their way into your drainage pipes. If that’s the case and it’s not just a simple clog, it’s time you drop an expert a call. Repairs’s teams are experienced in dealing with the average clogs in drainage systems and are all properly equipped to deal with them. Helping you restore your toilets and other drainage systems back to full functionality and more!
Besides being skilled in repairing toilets and bathrooms, our teams are also trained and skilled in the craft of restoring the condition of tanks and bowls within toilets as well! So, if you’re looking for an affordable, responsive service to help you take care of your plumbing problems, we’re just a call away.
However, if you want to attempt to repair your toilets on your own, here are a few tips and tricks from the experts here at CATS.com.sg to make the process a little easier! But for sure, if you’re facing anything you’re unsure of; drop us a call and we’ll get one of our teams on site immediately to assist you!
We’ll be explaining it in detail, so you can try it yourself! The first method is going to make use of the plunger. You’ve got to get yourself a decent plunger, and now you need to determine the severity of the clogging. If it’s a full clog, complete with overflowing water from the bowl, then first give it 10 minutes or so for the water level to recede after flushing and attempt to plunge. Half clogs are not as serious but are characterised by a slow water receding speed; about 2 minutes before the water level recedes to the original level after flushing. Then proceed to plunge.
Now to the plunging. Be careful not to use too much strength on the first plunge, since the bell of the plunger is filled with hair before the first plunge. If you use too much strength, the water from the toilet will burst and spray you and your toilet walls with water, while still leaving the clog untouched.
Instead, gently push for the first plunge and then now plunge forcefully while maintaining the seal; which is the bell of the plunger on the drainage hole. Make sure that there’s also enough water in the bowl so the plunger is submerged to ensure effective clog removal!
Did the method we suggest work? Got any questions or enquiries about our service? Drop us a call or an email and our friends at the receptionist’s desk will be sure to assist you as much as possible, setting you up with all the information that you’ll need!