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Overflowing Toilet Water Damage

11/11/2019 (Permalink)

Bathroom viewed through doorway. Vanity with mirror, toilet, and tiled shower bath with window. Overflowing toilets can be disastrous, so rely on the professionals at SERVPRO of Marshall, Sedalia and Columbia.

It is that time of the year, you know, the holiday season when we stuff everyone in the family in our homes for delicious, comforting meals. You may know to stay in the kitchen while cooking the amazing feast to prevent fire damage, but have you given much thought to your toilets?

Plumbing issues are at the top of the list for water damages. One of the plumbing issues is toilets overflowing. Toilets are more frequently used during the holiday season with the extra guests. Know what to do when your toilet starts overflowing with these tips:

  1. Adjust the float.
  2. Don’t keep flushing.
  3. Use a plunger.
  4. Turn off water to the toilet—QUICKLY. If the water is overflowing, this should be your first step.
  5. Call a plumber
  6. Call SERVPRO of Marshall, Sedalia and Columbia—your water cleanup and restoration professionals. We can safely cleanup any toilet water damage that has affected your home. Learn more about our sewage cleanup and restoration and the three types of contaminated water.

Reduce Toilet Water Damage by:

  • Checking after you flush.
  • Bi-annual maintenance. Check the components of toilet (supply valve, flush valve, fill, chain, etc.) to make sure they working.
  • Know toilet water shut-off location.

If your toilet flooded your home, contact SERVPRO of Marshall, Sedalia and Columbia, your local water cleanup and restoration company. Our team has the experience, expertise, and equipment to ensure your home does not develop mold and is properly cleaned. We are Here to Help 24/7/365 because toilet overflows never happen at a convenient time.

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