Is your toilet water taking too much time to fill up after a flush. This is a common issue in households. There could be many factors that lead to this issue. While not all problems are expensive or serious, clearly understanding the problem can help you find the best solution to make your toilet work again.

Why is it taking so long for your toilet to fill?

It could be one of the following: a clogged outlet, a clogged drain or faulty plumbing.

1. A blocked vent. Your tank will not be able to drain air if it is blocked. The water will also take longer to fill. Remove the roof cover and inspect the vent. Clear out any debris or leaves that has accumulated on the vent to see if this solves your problem.

2. A blocked drain. In order to make your toilet tank work properly, it must also be free from obstructions. To do this, you can use vinegar and baking soda to flush the drain.

3. Faulty water supply. You might check your plumbing to make sure there are no leaks. Your toilet will fill up slower if it has a leaky pipe.

4. A blocked pipe. It is possible for your toilet to fill slowly if you have something blocking water flow (usually a piece paper or a toy).

How do I fix my slow-firing bathroom?

It is usually quite simple to fix slow filling toilets once you have identified the problem. It’s possible to fix the problem yourself by clearing a clogged drain, vent, or pipe.

You might need to hire a professional Long Beach Plumber to  help inspect the toilet if it isn’t working properly. These are the top four ways to get your toilet working again.

Clear out the blocked vent

Use needle nose pliers to unclog a blocked vent. You can try scrubbing your drain with vinegar and baking soda. Put six cups of vinegar in the tank. Then add one cup of baking soda. Let it sit for about 10 minutes before flushing the toilet.

Clear the blocked drain

Use a little bit of vinegar and baking soda to clean the drain. Let the drain sit for about 10 min, then pour half of a cup of baking soda down it. Followed by six cups of boiling hot water. If this doesn’t clear it, you might try a snake.

Any leaks in your plumbing should be fixed

A professional Long Beach Plumber will be able to fix any leaks in your plumbing.

Clear any obstructions from the pipe

To clear out any blockages in the water flow to your tank, you can use a plunger. To help dissolve blockages, pour boiling water into the drain. One of these options might fix your slow-filling bathroom. For any assistance, contact a professional. If none these solutions work, you may need to call a plumber. A slow-filling toilet will waste water and cause a lot more damage.