If you're having problems with your toilets, pipes, or drains, you may be able to get everything taken care of without our assistance:
Toilet clogs are relatively commonplace; if you don't already have a plunger, purchase one at a local hardware or big box store. A plunger is the first line of defense for clearing your pipes and getting the toilet flushing again. You can find instructional videos online if you've never used one before.
Remember, never flush your toilet if the basin is clogged, as this could flood your bathroom.
If water isn't draining in your bathtub, shower, or sink, there is likely debris or a small clog in the pipe. A plunger can also be used to push this through the system. If this doesn't work, you can purchase drain cleaners designed to clear a pathway through the pipe.
Please never use any unapproved chemicals in your plumbing system; instead, only rely on products certified safe for residential homes and always carefully follow the instructions on the product packaging.
Make sure your thermostat is set correctly, and has not tripped or encountered a fault that has shut off the system. Reset the thermostat. Call your utilities provider and check to see if your service has been suspended.