Do You Know What To Do If Your Toilet Overflows?
Oh no, the toilet is overflowing is a message you hope you never hear! But rest assured, unfortunately, it happens all the time and our SERVPRO of Indianapolis South technicians are just a phone call away.
If your toilet begins to overflow following a flush, you want to make sure you stop the flow of water immediately to minimize any water damage. To do this, remove the tank lid and press down on the bottom flapper valve. This will prevent any additional water from getting into the toilet bowl. Once you have pressed the flapper valve, lift the float that operates the tank fill valve to stop the tank from filling. This should allow the water level to drop; otherwise, turn off the water valve behind your toilet by turning it clockwise.
The Source of the toilet bowl overflow might be a Clog
You may have a blockage in the toilet bowl or a clogged drain or sewer line. If you are on a septic system, your septic tank may be full.
Our SERVPRO technicians are trained water damage restoration professionals and certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). Let SERVPRO of Indianapolis South be the calm in your chaos the next time your toilet overflows. Our vehicles are fully equipped with state-of-the-art water extraction, drying, and moisture testing equipment to handle your loss.