When your toilet is bubbling for no apparent reason, does it worry you? We’re not talking about fabled animals living in the pipes, but rather, these bubbles are caused by a clog somewhere in your plumbing system. Fortunately, this could be something that you can sort out on your own. Usually, the bubbles in the toilet are indicating that the gas in your pipes can’t find its usual way out of the system. This could mean that there is a blockage in your vent pipe.
The vent pipe is meant to vent out gasses that are displaced whenever something goes down the drain in your home, but since these usually vent out on the roof, it is hard to see when something is blocking it. It could be a bird or a mouse that has built a nest inside the pipe and preventing it from functioning properly. If you don’t have easy access to your roof, you might need the help of a professional to deal with the issue.

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