A plumbing problem that seems minor can quickly escalate into something urgent and potentially catastrophic and knowing when to call an expert can mean the difference between a quick solution and a prolonged and costly experience.
Water can flood your home quickly and in really big quantities, causing damage to your infrastructure. Another way of minimizing the damage could be by shutting off your water supply. Your emergency plumber can help fix your pipe. At JCN Plumbing we are available 24/7. Call us a any time and one of our representatives will contact you to quickly send you a team of our experienced plumbers to fix the issue.
There’s a Risk of Flooding
There are numerous plumbing mishaps that can lead to flooding, which can cause irreparable damage to flooring, carpet, furniture, insulation, building materials, and wood framing. Water can short out your electrical system and quickly trigger mold. The cleanup and costs can be extensive, but you can avoid tens of thousands of dollars in repairs by calling a professional right away for help.
Sewage contains all the waste products that have been removed from your home. A backup in the sewer line can cause fumes, odors, and pathogens to infiltrate the indoor environment, creating an extreme health hazard. A sewer backup, whether caused by a blockage, broken pipe, or tree root intrusion, is an urgent reason to call your emergency plumber.
If this is the problem, chances are the water may be contaminated. There could be bacteria and viruses that can put your health at risk. It might seem like you can clear a blockage with ease. However, there may be additional problems you can’t see. In order to fix this problem, we suggest you call a plumbing emergency company right away, and if you live in Miami Dade you can contact JCN Plumbing at 786-758-3085. We are an experienced company with 20 years of experience, with license and insurance. You will definitely be in good hands.
You may be inclined to take out the plunger. While this can be effective, a clogged drain may be backing up for hidden reasons, which can ultimately lead to rising water you can’t control. Call a plumber if the drain keeps clogging up or multiple drains in your home are clogged. If rarely used drains are affected, a sewer problem may be the cause.