Plumbing issues often happen at inconvenient times. Whether you have a clogged sink, no water flow, or excessive water leak, calling an emergency plumber is needed.
While there are instances where you can certainly DIY a plumbing issue, there are some plumbing problems that need professional attention. When your plumbing issue reaches an emergency tier, don’t delay reaching out to a local emergency plumber.
In today’s post, we’ll discuss some scenarios wherein you need emergency plumbing services.
Whether the flooding is caused by something as minor as a clogged toilet to a significant issue such as a sewer backup, severe flooding can result in costly water damage. If you see any flooding in any part of your home, call an emergency plumber promptly. From fixture errors to sump pump malfunctions, emergency plumbers are trained to alleviate the issue to lessen the extent of the water damage.
Overflowing or Clogged Toilet
No one wants an overflowing toilet. It’s an embarrassment, not to mention an unsanitary nightmare. If this happens in your home, call an emergency plumber as soon as you can.
While you’re waiting for the plumber to arrive, remember to turn the toilet’s water supply off. Don’t try to remedy this issue yourself. Even if you fix the problem, there’s no guarantee that it won’t happen again.
Plumbers have the right tools to deal with all sorts of plumbing emergencies – it’s most likely that you don’t – so it’s best to leave it to the professionals.
While your trusty plunger can fix most clogged drains, when you see water beginning to rise and the sewer backing up, don’t waste time. Call an emergency plumber straight away before you suffer from severe flooding.
This is a typical plumbing emergency that will automatically have anyone calling an emergency plumber. If not addressed, burst pipes can cause massive amounts of water to enter your home. This will result in significant water damage to your valuables.
If you see a burst pipe, it’s crucial to employ plumbing services to address the issue immediately. As you wait for the plumber to arrive, make sure that you turn off the main water supply in your home. As an added precaution, you can also start removing essential items and valuables so they won’t get water damage.
Even after fixing the burst pipe problem, you may need additional repairs to fix the pipes completely. Make sure that your plumber evaluates the post-burst pipe situation to see what further maintenance you need.
Not a lot of people classify gas leak as a plumbing emergency. However, if you do experience this, it’s important to remember to turn off the main valve before you call an emergency plumber. Gas leaks are a serious issue. This could cause significant damage to your property or worse injury to your household members. Use your sense of smell. If you smell gas, get it checked out as soon as possible.
If there’s a foul or unpleasant smell in your home, then you may have a sewer backup. This happens when the drains are impeded, causing the water to float up into the water system. If you experience any of this, it’s a strong indication of sewage issues. These plumbing issues need a professional inspection and resulting solution.
No Hot Water or No Water at All
If there’s no water supply at all, this could be a symptom of a water leak or an issue with your main water line. If you have no hot water, rather than tinkering with your water heater and furthering the damage, the best thing to do is to have a professional look at it.
Turn to a Professional
Today’s internet age has us scouring online for a solution to our problem. We can bet that when you encounter a plumbing issue, your first instinct is to go online and look for easy and quick plumbing answers and how-to instructional articles.
However, when you are facing a real plumbing emergency, don’t take any chances. Call an emergency plumber straight away. While it’s convenient to have knowledge from the internet at our disposal, many of the plumbing solutions you’ll find online are often ineffective and temporary. Plumbing problems need professional attention.
Hello! I’m Tom Redding in Phoenix, AZ and I’m a Storm Damage Restoration Specialist. I originally bought this domain to discuss vegan recipes and vegan lifestyle related tips. However, my restoration business has taken off so well of late that it makes more sense to mainly blog about storm damage restoration related topics. Never fear, though – this will be done with the occasional vegan twist! My wife Susie and I have 4 beautiful kids, 2 dogs and (as of this week) 3 cats.