Homes across the country have suddenly turned into classrooms, gyms, and offices. Now, more than ever, it’s so important that homes are comfortable. And no home can run well if toilets are backing up, showers aren’t draining, or pipes are leaking.
What to Do in the Event of a Plumbing Problem
A plumbing problem is difficult under any circumstances, but they can be especially tough right now. If your home experiences any of the following, call our team right away:
- A room is flooding or may begin to flood. From mold and mildew to furniture damage, a burst pipe can do a lot of damage.
- Your sewer line is backing up. Backed up sewage can pose a dangerous health hazard. It can also impact your ability to run and use any water.
- You have no running water. Cooking, cleaning, bathing — water is essential throughout the day. And just like a sewer backup, a lack of running water can also put your family’s health risk.
- A clogged toilet. While a clog may not seem like a big deal, it can affect your family’s ability to use the bathroom. If you’re not able to dislodge the clog yourself, it’s important that you reach out to professionals.
Day after day, we expect our plumbing to work without incident, but unfortunately, it has a habit of breaking down during the most inconvenient times.
If you do experience an emergency, Mr. Rooter Plumbing is here to help — we’ve got you covered night and day with no overtime charges. To learn more, or to schedule emergency service, contact us today.