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Hey, your toilet is overflowing...

5/28/2020 (Permalink)

A white porcelain toilet with SERVPRO house logo in the corner "Hey, your toilet is overflowing" is one of the scariest phrases to hear as a homeowner.

Overflowing toilets are every homeowner’s worst nightmare. The mess and odors can be extremely stressful and overwhelming. That is why SERVPRO of Eaton County, Clinton and Gratiot Counties, Lansing & Holt are here to help!

A toilet overflow usually occurs when a blockage prevents water and waste from flushing down the toilet drain. This backup prevents water and waste from flowing down the drain and causes your toilet to overflow. If it's not cleaned up quickly, it may cause extensive water damage to your bathroom floor or even leak through the ceiling below. Other common causes of overflowing toilets are sewage backups, septic tank issues, low flow toilets and malfunctioning plumbing.

If your home has water damage from toilet overflow, call SERVPRO of Eaton County, Clinton and Gratiot Counties, Lansing & Holt. We are ready 24/7 - 365


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