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Toilet + Clog + Doesn’t Drain

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Commercial toilets seem to be the most powerful in the industry but that doesn’t mean you can’t have one at your own house. Power flush toilets can either be a Sloan or Zurn flushing toilets or a true air + water flushing toilets. Power toilets are louder but they don’t clog up that often like your own residential gravity flushing toilet.

Years ago 3.6 gallon flushing toilets went to 1.6 gallon flushing toilets. Yes, they sell toilets flush 2 gallons less water. So naturally they clog and block up more then back in the day. What I find even more interested is that on top of having only 1/6 gallons of water to flush they also sell toilets that are called power saver toilets. Power saver toilets are toilets that flush only half or less of the 1.6 gallons.

There are still good flushing gravity flushing toilets out there to purchase but you’ll easily spend over $250 for a toilet. Be careful and treat your toilet with respect. It’s not cheap to replace a new one.

Ken’s Sewer Service installs, repairs and replaces all toilet and every brand. If your in the market for buying a new toilet call Ken’s Sewer and will guide you in the right direction for what to purchase and will also set up an appointment to install it.

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Commercial Sloan Wall Mount Toilet

Commercial Sloan Wall Mount Toilet

Inside of one style toilet tank

No matter the kind of toilet, if the inside of the tank isn’t install and set up properly clogs and issues will happen often.

Call a plumber today if your toilet makes noises like hisses or hums or even a hammering water line loud noise. If you toilet or throne runs from time to time longer then expected or is clogged call Ken’s Sewer Service for assistance.

Inside of a toilet tank

Inside of a toilet tank

Never cover up clean-outs

STOP COVERING UP YOUR CLEAN OUTS.
The worst possible mistake is to cover up your clean-outs to access drains. Main sewer openings in basements are being covered up with carpet, tile and who knows what else. People are forgetting that these lines need to be cleaned out from time to time. Installing a clean-out access panel to hide the pipe is the way to go. Without a clean-out to clean your pipe the job will either take longer or not get done the proper way. Don’t wasting your money and be smart before covering over a stack clean-out in the wall or anywhere for that matter.

Call your local plumber today and ask before you act.
Ken’s Sewer Service is here for your help.