A plumbing question
I'm not sure I should even post this here but I thought someone with plumbing knowledge could help. My son bought an older home last December and both toilets recently became so sluggish, even to the point of pouring water out the back of one. My husband said it sounded like the sewer was plugged and it all needed to be rotor rooted from the house all the way out to the road where the main sewer line is. My son has a years home warranty insurance and they sent a plumber out to look. He told my son he ran a rooter out a little way but didn't get much out and that my son would probably just need new commodes to really fix the problem. My son is not the 'common sense' type of guy and believed the man. And the plumber may be right but the toilets don't look very old! The house was remodeled in the past 10 yrs and the toilets seems about that age. I'm wondering if the man didn't want to do the full job or maybe the home warranty insurance told him to just 'fix' it for now or what.... Does anyone know if toilets could cause such a problem? Thank you very much in advance.