A gurgling sound coming from your toilet could indicate that your main sewer line is clogged.
You were making your first visit to the new St. Pete Pier this morning but your mind really wasn’t on the structure. Instead, you kept thinking about your toilet. Specifically, you kept wondering why your toilet made a gurgling sound when you flushed it before you left home.
You’re right to be concerned. Thespruce.com says that a toilet’s gurgling is a “telltale sign of a main drain problem.” By main drain, thespruce.com is talking about the sewer line that is connected to all the drains in your home, from the toilet to the shower to the washing machine.
“A sewer drain clog can be a serious problem that may qualify as a plumbing emergency and a potential health concern,” thespruce.com says. “Without a route to the main sewer system or septic field, wastewater may have nowhere to go but to back up into your fixtures or up through floor drains. When faced with a sewer line drain clog, you should not use any of the plumbing in the home until the stoppage is cleared out.”
Among the signs that you have a clog in your sewer line: multiple fixtures are clogged or you get odd reactions when using your plumbing (gurgling toilets, toilet overflow when you use the washing machine, for example).
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