While an overflowing toilet might seem like a minor, common household issue, it can soon turn into an emergency situation that needs to be treated by experts. Call AllPhase Restoration for toilet overflow cleanup and repair services in Columbus, OH. We will clean up the mess to prevent health issues from occurring in your house. We offer 24/7 services and work with all insurance companies.
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Why an Overflowing Toilet Needs To Be Treated Immediately
A flooded toilet is an urgent problem in your house or building. You don’t only have to deal with the water that is flooding the bathroom and possibly making its way into the structure of the house itself, but you also have to worry about what may be mixed with the water in the toilet overflow.
Once the flooding is under control and as much moisture removed as you are able to manage, it’s important to have the area professionally cleaned. You need help, and you need help now.
How Experts Treat Overflowing Toilets
When you call us to treat your overflowing toilet, our emergency response team will arrive within 60 minutes. We will first identify the cause, then make replacements or repairs, and finally clean up the effects of the overflow toilet damage. We will even bill your insurance company if you wish to file a claim. Our IICRC certified technicians will make sure that your flooding problems are short-lived.
AllPhase Restoration is available 24/7 to respond to your Columbus toilet flooding problems and to clean and restore your home after any bathroom disaster.
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How To Stop an Overflowing Toilet
When your toilet overflows, there are several steps you need to take to stop the water. You should locate the following areas:
- Toilet shut-off valve: Turn the valve behind the toilet to stop the flow of water to the toilet.
- Toilet tank flapper: Hold the flapper closed to stop water from flowing into the bowl.
- Toilet tank float: Lift the float ball to the top of the tank to stop water from flowing into the bowl.