Need a Quick Blocked Toilet Fix? Give Plumbdog Plumbing a Whistle!
Is your toilet blocked? If the answer is yes, call Plumbdog Plumbing in Perth without delay.
There are many things that we can put up with, in both residential and commercial settings, but a blocked toilet certainly isn’t one of them. The bathroom is the most important room on any premises and sees a lot of foot traffic and if the toilet is blocked you may have a major problem on your hands if it’s not rectified immediately. Fortunately, there is a solution at hand and that solution comes from the top dogs at Plumbdog!
When our handy hounds arrive at your premises, we will take the time to fully assess the problem so we can unblock the toilet in the most appropriate and cost-effective way. Don’t worry we’re not going to start taking anything apart or excavating if there is an easier to way to deliver a blocked toilet fix. This said, if the blockage warrants it, we come fully equipped with service vehicles containing the latest state of the art equipment and everything else we need to unblock your toilet in the fastest possible time.
Reasons why your Toilet might be Blocked
There are several reasons why your toilet may be blocked including:
- Too much toilet paper (Common in houses with kids)
- Foreign Objects in the Toilet (You’d be surprised just what we find!)
- Intrusion of Tree Roots inside drainage system
Although it may be tempting to perform a DIY blocked toilet fix, this can make things worse. If the blockage doesn’t clear after a couple of flushes, you will need to give our obedient and house trained Plumbdog’s a call. We’ll rock up at your home with all the gear and every idea about to unblock your toilet.
Our high-pressure water jet systems are the most powerful on the market and can usually clear even the most stubborn toilet blockages with ease, the water jetters are also used to pierce the blockage and drain the water prior to CCTV drain camera inspection. If the problem is related to the intrusion of tree roots or a particularly stubborn blockage and needs further investigation, our CCTV cameras come into their own.
The CCTV footage allows us to pinpoint the exact cause of the problem and brings our experience and skills in drain repairs to the fore with the minimum of disruption to your home or workplace. We will then present you with you repair options, either excavating and replacing the damaged pipe or by utilising the latest trenchless pipe repair technology. Whenever possible, we will present you with both short term fixes and long-lasting drain repairs options.
Exceeding your Expectations
As you’d expect from Perth’s best of breed plumbers, all our Plumbdog’s are fully qualified police-cleared technicians who love a challenge and with a service area that extends from Joondalup to Rockingham and everywhere in-between, can hear your whistle from wherever you are. When it comes to unblocking toilets and getting to the root cause of the problem, we share your sense of urgency and respond accordingly.
We don’t believe in short term fixes and endeavour to provide long term solutions to every problem we tackle and offer advice as to how to stop any preventable problem happening again. For your convenience we book convenient time slots and send you an SMS prior to arrival and also offer easy on the spot payment options.
If you have a blocked toilet in Perth and want it fixed quickly and efficiently, call the blocked drains experts at Plumbdog Plumbing as soon as possible.
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Steps for temporarily unblocking a toilet
The first thing to keep in mind when your toilet is blocked it to not flush it repeatedly, as this can make the problem worse. Steps you can follow to temporarily fix your toilet blockage are:
- With a cup and bucket, remove excess water from your toilet bowl while wearing rubber gloves.
- Place a rubber plunger in the bottom of the bowl.
- Push the plunger hard with both hands at least 5 or 6 times.
- This will force water down the sewer pipe and if the blockage isn’t major, should at least partially clear it away.
Remember that following the above will at first make it look like the problem has been permanently fixed, but in most cases, it will re-occur the next day.