We recently moved to a fairly new condo (less than 10 years old). The condo was empty for a few months before we moved in (the inspection went fine). However, the first night we moved in, the master bathroom shower clogged when my husband used it. He waited until it was a maybe 1-2 inch high before stopping the water and waiting for the water to go down (maybe 5 minutes). He then turned it back on to finish showering and it clogged again (and took about another few minutes for the water to go down).
The neighbors downstairs experience a lot of water coming out of his light fixture (imagine pouring rain). The plumber came and snaked our shower drain. However, would the snaking be sufficient? Is it actually possible that a clog would cause so much water to pour downstairs (and therefore unclogging will resolve all issues)?
Thanks in advance!