Our services will ensure that no clogged toilet causes you to flush money down the drain.
Finding a reliable plumber in Monroe Township, New Jersey isn’t always easy. There are many people out there who understand the basics of plumbing, but are not qualified to do all that a plumber is capable of doing correctly. Here at Rainbow Plumbing & Heating, we want to help you with all of your plumbing needs. Since 1986, our team of master plumbers has been helping our customers with plumbing issues large and small. Whether you have a clogged toilet, clogged drain, or other issue, we are here to ensure that you don’t flush money down the drain.
Toilets are relatively easy to clog, especially in older homes that have years of build-up in their pipes. Most often, the cause of clogged toilets is some combination of waste products, excessive toilet paper, wipes, and/or feminine hygiene products. While these are common, there are certainly other reasons you might have a clogged toilet. Parents of young children are very familiar with a toddler’s fascination of flushing things down the toilet, and sometimes those items will clog your toilet. No matter what is causing the blockage, we will utilize our skills and tools to take care of that clogged toilet.
Our services are available to you during regular business hours, but we have emergency services as well. If your clogged toilet is causing water damage problems and you cannot turn off the water, then our emergency services would be the best course of action for you. Whether you need emergency services or regular plumbing services to fix your clogged toilet, we can help. Contact us today to learn more.
At Rainbow Plumbing & Heating, we can repair clogged toilets in Monmouth County, Mercer County, and Middlesex County, New Jersey, including East Brunswick, New Brunswick, Edison, Trenton, Roosevelt, Freehold Township, Hamilton Square, North Brunswick, Manalapan Township, Marlboro Township, Monroe Township, South Brunswick, West Windsor, Woodbridge, East Windsor, Perth Amboy, Princeton, and Toms River.