How to Deal with a Toilet Overflow
At one time or another, you’ve probably had to deal with a toilet overflow. Sometimes it’s due to a simple clog that’s easy to fix. Other times it can be much more overwhelming. If sewer damage is involved, the impact can be devastating.
When there is sewer damage, whether it’s a broken pipe or a clog, the wastewater has to go somewhere. If it can’t be drained, it can back up into your residence. This is why you usually end up with a flooded toilet when your sewer has been compromised.
When the overflow begins, here’s how you can help prevent further backflow and the buildup of contaminated water:
- Don’t flush toilets
- Keep running water off
- Turn off water to building
What To Do
The wastewater that overflows into your home due to sewer damage is full of dangerous contaminants and toxins. Unless you have the proper gear and equipment, you don’t want to be inside the flood or clean it up on your own. Call your sewage company immediately, and then call SERVPRO of Upper Darby.
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