Having a Blocked toilet can be a frustrating experience. Our drainage specialists are fast and efficient at locating the toilet drain and unblocking your toilet Plumber clear blockage fast and easy.
There are a number of reasons why your toilet become blocked.
The technician will use a variety of methods to unblock your toilet based on the cause of the blockage.
The team at Paul’s Plumbing has a hydro jetter, air snakes, hand rods, plungers, and an electric eel to unblock your blocked toilet immediately.
Most blocked toilets are commonly caused by:
Too much toilet paper, Toys, Sanitary items, Wet wipes, Tissues, Paper towels trees roots , Hair, Nappies, toilet ducks and broken pipe
If you require immediate assistance with your clogged toilet.
Our 24/7emergency plumber service can assist you.
Why Choose Us?
On time arrival is our priority
The quality of our work is guaranteed
Our promises are kept
We clean up on completion
Our team has all the tools to unblock your toilet
Paul’s Plumbing has experienced and professional plumbers.
Whether your in Brisbane or Ipswich, we provide fast and reliable service.
FAQ ABOUT BLOCKED TOILETS
Over time, a blocked toilet will typically block itself. The majority of items that block toilets are water-soluble, which means they will dissolve in the toilet water over time. The pressure of a flush should be sufficient to break down the blockage when it has had time to break down.
Pauls Plumbing’s plumbers clear blockage every day and can fix any problem Get your problem resolved as soon as possible – before water damage or unsanitary living conditions occur.
When corrosive chemicals haven’t worked to unclog the toilet, it may also be time to call a plumber clear blockage.
Here are some ways to unblock your toilet. You can use a coat hanger snake by using a coat hanger. Use a coat hanger and make Your Own Dec logger. Use a plastic bottle to plunge. Vinegar and baking soda will unblock your toilet.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if my hot water system needs replacing?
Determining whether your hot water system needs replacing can be based on several factors. Firstly, consider the age of the system, as most have a lifespan of 8 to 12 years. If your system is approaching or exceeding this range, it’s worth considering a replacement. Additionally, signs such as insufficient hot water supply, frequent repairs, rusty or discoloured water, leaks or water damage, unusual noises and concerns about energy efficiency can indicate the need for a new system. If you notice any of these indicators, it’s recommended to consult with our professional plumbers to assess the condition of your system and provide guidance on whether a replacement is necessary.
Do I need to service my hot water system?
Yes, it is important to regularly service your hot water system. Regular servicing helps ensure the optimal performance, longevity and safety of your system. During a service, we will inspect and clean various components, check for any potential issues or leaks, test the pressure and temperature settings and flush out sediment or mineral buildup. By servicing your hot water system, you can identify and address problems early on, prevent major breakdowns, maintain energy efficiency and potentially extend the lifespan of your system. It is generally recommended to have your hot water system serviced annually or as per the manufacturer’s guidelines but we can provide specific recommendations based on your system’s make and model.
Does the size of the hot water system matter?
When deciding on a new hot water system, you need to consider how many people live in your home, how much water you typically use and what time of day you usually use your hot water. For more advice or assistance with hot water installation, Brisbane homeowners can just give Paul’s Plumbing a call.
What are the requirements for hot water in Brisbane?
Hot water installation in Brisbane and throughout QLD must adhere to specific regulations to address health and safety concerns. To curb bacterial growth, stored hot water in residential buildings must be maintained at a minimum temperature of 60 degrees Celsius, surpassing the 55°C threshold for bacterial proliferation. These standards align with recommendations from the World Health Organisation and other Australian jurisdictions.
To prevent scalding incidents, the Queensland Government mandates that hot water delivered to taps and showerheads should not surpass 50 degrees Celsius. This balance between bacterial control and scalding prevention ensures a safe and comfortable hot water usage experience in Brisbane households.