If you are a homeowner, you’ve most likely had your fair share of plumbing issues. Whether the toilet overflows or the water pressure in the shower turns to a slow trickle, there’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes to make this happen. But what type of situation warrants emergency plumbers? Follow along with this video to find out!
Before an emergency arises, you want to be prepared with knowledge and background on who you are calling. You should know the basics of your plumber systems so that in the event of an emergency, you can prevent the situation from getting worse.
If your house is flooding or there is an uncontrollable leak, you should shut off your water as soon as possible and call an emergency plumber. Another instance when you need to call an emergency plumber is if the sewage is backing up into the house. This is not only unsanitary but can carry dangerous diseases. If you have no water and there is no evident reason why this would be, such as the city cutting off the water for repairs, get a plumber there as soon as possible.