The Importance of Having an Emergency Plumber






A lot of times, a handy homeowner can handle most minor plumbing issues without needing to call a plumber. However, it’s always important to have the phone number of a TRUST-WORTHY and RESPONSIVE emergency plumber on hand. The worst case scenario for plumbing issues involves water – one of the most powerful elements in existence – and flooding or freezing pipes  could do the most damage to your home and to your pocket.

As the freezing weather is upon us, there is potential for a breakage if your pipes freeze. No matter how well you wrap them, the possibility exists.

You may realize that there is a problem when the water in the house doesn’t run.

You may discover an unexpected puddle in your yard.

It’s important to attend to frozen pipes immediately in order to restore water to your home. Calling in professional help will facilitate this quick restoration and may save you time and money as a master licensed plumber will have the experience to get the job done right and done quickly, and will also alleviate water waste!

Any type of gushing water in your yard is a sign of trouble, regardless of the season. Gushing water inside of your home is even more urgent. If a fixture breaks, your first step should be shutting off the water supply to the area.

Make sure that you and your family members locate the main water shut off in your home – it could save you A LOT of money and heartache should the need arise to shut the water off.

Your next step should be contacting an emergency plumber to do the repair.

Not every plumbing concern is an emergency. It’s important, however, to have a reliable emergency plumber in mind for those situations that crop up suddenly, creating hazards to your property or inconveniences for your family.

Call Duell Plumbing, Heating and Cooling any time – day or night – to assist with your emergency plumbing repairs and become part of our extended family.

And on behalf of Duell Plumbing, Heating and Cooling, HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

“Call us this morning, we’ll be there today!”