Doug Turner Plumbing CO. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Emergency Plumbing’

How to Recognize an Emergency Plumbing Situation

Monday, September 10th, 2018

Closeup of a sink S Trap made of white PVC plastic with a broken connection and water pouring out. Square format over a gray background.Sometimes you’re faced with an after-hours plumbing problem and you might not be sure if it’s serious enough to constitute an emergency plumbing situation. If you’re asking yourself whether you should call a plumber now or wait, use this guide below to determine if you should call. Remember, you don’t need to be in the midst of a dire circumstance to have an “emergency” on your hands. If you need emergency plumbing in Missouri City, TX contact our team at Doug Turner Plumbing Co. for superior service.

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What to Do in a Plumbing Emergency

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

High pressure pipe leakingNobody likes to wake up in the middle of the night to discover that their home is flooded due to a burst pipe. Hopefully, that has never happened to you—but if you do have a plumbing emergency of any kind happen in your home, you should know what steps to take to mitigate the damage it may cause.

So long as you act quickly, you’ll likely be able to salvage the situation before it gets too out of hand. We urge you to follow these steps below, and once you have a bit of control over the situation, call our team for reliable emergency plumbing in Bellaire, TX.

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When Is a Plumbing Problem an Emergency?

Monday, July 31st, 2017

plumbing-problem-emergencyIn some cases, a plumbing emergency is going to be pretty darn obvious—say, if you have water gushing out of a pipe in your kitchen and have no idea how to shut off the water to make it stop. In other cases though, the signs are a little less subtle (or maybe not that severe yet), and you might hold off on calling a plumber. This could end up being a huge mistake on your part.

The fact of the matter is by the time a plumbing problem presents itself, it may be at the point that you’ve already wasted a lot of water, and subsequently money. Plus, you may have water damage in areas of your home you don’t even know about. So what warrants an emergency plumbing call?

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