One of the questions we get asked quite frequently is, “What is considered a plumbing emergency?” It’s a great question! While all plumbing issues should be dealt with promptly, some may need quicker assistance than others. If water is being emitted onto your property, or your family’s health and safety are at risk via exposure to sewage or wastewater, an emergency plumber should be called.
Give our professional plumbers a call today if you experience any of the following in your home:
- Sewer Backup – Any sewer backup can pose a major health risk to you and your family. Not only will wastewater emerge from your plumbing fixtures, but it can also contaminate your home’s drinking water. If you have noticed signs of backup, or foul odors being emitted from your home’s system, give our team a call – any sewer backup should be addressed quickly.
- Burst Pipe – While an obvious plumbing emergency, especially if on a larger scale, it should be dealt with quickly by a Tri-Cities emergency plumber. With disrupted water flow being the main culprit, you’ll want to shut off your main water valve and give our team a call today!
- Sump Pump Failure – Sump pumps remain a critical system in your home, especially during a rainstorm or after snow melts. When your sump pump malfunctions and fails, your home can be put in danger of possible flooding and water damage. If your sump pump is giving you problems during a storm, give our team a call – we’ll provide the services your system needs to keep you safe and dry.
- Major Clog – More often than not, your plumbing fixtures clog can be solved via the simple use of a plunger. If this is the case, there may be a major clog deep in your system. When this occurs, especially if water levels continue to rise, give our team a call – we’ll be there quickly to provide you with a reliable solution.