Sometimes, that plumbing repair can wait until normal business hours. But in other cases, you need to get a plumber on the job right away or risk having your home sustain major damage.
Here are some signs that you should treat a plumbing repair as an emergency:
- There’s a water leak—Is water leaking into your home? Whether you know where the water leak is coming from or you’re unsure of where all that moisture is from, it’s best to get a plumber on the job right away to put an end to the leaking.
- Low water pressure—Damage to your home’s piping system can lead to low water pressure. If low water pressure is a problem in more than one of your home’s faucets, it’s a good idea to call in a plumbing repair professional.
- Burst pipes—If one of your pipes suddenly bursts, it can result in flooding if you don’t take care of it. Even a small leak can flood your home with several gallons of water in a short period of time. Call us if one of your pipes bursts and you need help containing the damage.
- Clogged drains—When you have a clogged drain, it can keep your plumbing system and fixtures from working like they should. Eliminate the clog and get your drains flowing freely again by calling in a plumbing repair professional to come and help.