3 Ways to Unclog a Toilet When You Don’t Have a Plunger

There’s nothing more frustrating than a clogged toilet that won’t budge. Perhaps you’ve tried plunging it, but the plunger is not working. Maybe your plunger broke and you intended to get a new one but just haven’t yet. Either way, the team at Curt & Jerry Sewer Service has three creative ideas for you to try when you find yourself with a clogged toilet and no plunger in sight.

5 Causes of a Clogged Toilet (Part 2)

Clogged toilets that refuse to flush completely can be annoying and frustrating. If you’re using your plunger more often than you’d like, you may need the professional services of Curt & Jerry Sewer Service. Not only do we service clogged or slow-draining toilets, but we are very knowledgeable about what could be causing this specific issue. In the last blog article, we reviewed three reasons your toilet may be clogged. Today, we’ll address two more of those reasons. 

5 Causes of a Clogged Toilet (Part 1)

Do you find yourself having to plunge your toilet more often than usual? If so, you could have a serious blockage within your toilet or your septic system. The experts at Curt & Jerry’s Sewer Service often take care of clogged toilets. In the article below, we’d like to offer some guidance on the various reasons your toilets may be clogged, along with a few practical tips on how to avoid or fix the problem.

3 Reasons Your Toilet May Become Clogged

Clogged toilets can be a frustrating household problem. Unplugging a clogged toilet once in a while is not a major issue. When it becomes a regular problem, it can lead to many irritating episodes of plunging your commode and cleaning up the area afterward. Curt and Jerry Sewer Service knows there are several reasons why a toilet may become clogged. Consider the top three reasons below when struggling with this aggravating household issue.