For pipes that are situated inside walls, or the floor or ceiling, you should hire a professional. Stay away from bleach tablets, blue tablets for the toilet and other toilet odor removers. They may get rid of toilet odors, but they can damage the rubber in the toilet, which can cause it to break down completely or to not function at all. You can resolve most toilet clogs yourself. Try a plunger first. If plunging the toilet doesn't seem to clear up a clog, check the toilet's water level. If it's too low, try filling a bucket with warm water. Open the toilet's tank, and pour the water in. Do this every time the water level gets too low. Never reach into a garbage disposal that you think isn't working. Garbage disposals can be very dangerous, so take caution when fixing it, even while it's turned off. More information about Birmingham Tankless Water Heater Installation.
The water should go down, and you can pour another bucket of water if the toilet is still clogged. Water that leaves behind pink or orange tinged stains has an excessive amount of iron. You will need a water softener in order to take care of this problem, which you could purchase at a local store, or hire someone to go to your home and fix it for you. To keep things flowing smoothly through the drain of your bathtub, each month you should feed it baking soda, one cup's worth, with a cup of vinegar to chase it. This will cause the vigorous bubbling you may remember from the "volcano" in a grade school science project, so be sure to close the drain with a stopper. Wait for a little while and then allow boiling water to go down the drain. Doing this periodically should keep your pipes free of hair and soap scum. Regularly check your overflow holes to make sure they're not clogged. Overflow holes exist to act as a double check in case of an overfilling sink. That may seem unimportant - but it will become a problem if they are clogged. Periodically clear out the overflow holes when doing your other checks for things that may need repaired.