If a plumbing problem cannot wait for official business hours, you can consider it an emergency. Call us for your emergency plumbing problems as soon as you see the following:
Severely Leaking Pipes
Most leaking pipes are not emergencies. However, if you find a pipe with severe leakage, you need to contact a local emergency plumber. If you leave it unattended, it might cause flooding and damage other infrastructure.
Malfunctioning Water Heaters
If your water heater gets into an abnormal state, you should contact a plumbing specialist. You will prevent potentially steep expenses if you get it fixed quickly.
Blocked Sewer Lines
If a sewer line gets blocked, it needs immediate repair. If you delay fixing the problem, it might worsen and render your toilets unusable.
When water freezes in the pipes, it might cause them to leak, crack, split, or burst.
If the water stops coming out of your faucets during winter, you should call a plumber immediately to solve the problem.
If your toilet overflows when you flush it, it is time to call an emergency plumber. Overflowing toilets are a severe health hazard because they can cause the growth of harmful bacteria.
Gas Line Leaks
If you suspect a gas leak, call an emergency plumber as well as your local gas company.
What To Do Before An Emergency Plumber Arrives
Take the following measures until the emergency plumber arrives.
- Shut off the water supply to the problematic area
- Turn off all electronics
- Drain the water lines leading to the pipe that has a leakage
- Move furniture away from standing water
- Stay calm
Our emergency plumbers can also help with installing and repairing water heaters, fixing water leaks, drain cleaning, gas leaks, faucet installation and repair and tankless water heater repair and installation.
Contact Lifetime Plumbing for your emergency plumbers!