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What constitutes an emergency plumbing situation? Many people think that a leaky faucet is an emergency, and depending upon the situation, it may be an emergency. Most plumbers categorize an emergency plumbing situation as being one that is affecting the ability to get water into the home or if the home is flooding with water or sewage, depending upon the situation. However, if you feel that there is an emergency, then by all means call your professional Toronto plumber to come to your home and look at what is going on and what needs to be done to get your home back in rights again.

Emergency Plumbing Situations

Most of the times, an emergency plumbing situation is going to arise when you least expect it. For example, on a Saturday night or even during the holidays. When these emergencies happen, most people think that they are stuck until the next work day is here. That is not the case! With us, you can call our line for the emergency that you are experiencing and we can have someone out to you in order to get your water running or to avoid the entire house flooding.

Some of the situations that are an emergency include:

  1. Water lines have busted making it leak into the house, which can cause massive water damage.
  2. The drain lines are blogged resulting in nothing draining, including the toilet.
  3. You are experiencing sewage backing up into the house!
  4. You do not have any running water into the home.
  5. Nothing is draining, meaning that sinks, showers, tubs and toilets are out of commission.
  6. The list goes on. As you can see, many cases can be an emergency, it truly depends upon what is happening in the home at the time.

There is no reason that you should think that you will just have to wait until the next work day. We work 24/7 to make sure that a plumber is available for whatever issue you may have. If you need a repair we can be out there to make this repair, and we also offer restoration services to get your home back the way it should be. This is especially helpful for those who have had water damage in their basement or on any other floor of their home due to a broken water pipe or the like. Don’t try to deal with an emergency plumbing situation on your own, you want the professional plumbers in Toronto to handle this.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is blocked toilet an emergency?

If you experience a blocked toilet, don’t wait to call an emergency plumbing service. A clogged toilet can quickly become a major problem, and can cause serious water damage if not dealt with promptly. A fast response from an emergency plumbing service can help avoid costly damage and unnecessary stress.

Clogged kitchen sink

If your kitchen sink is clogged and starting to overflow, don’t wait, call our emergency plumbers today. We have a team of experienced professionals who are more than capable of unblocking your sink and getting it flowing again quickly and smoothly. We’ll also be sure to clean up after ourselves so that you can continue cooking without any worry.

Burst pipe?

If you experience a water leak in your home, don’t wait to call a plumber. A burst pipe can cause flooding and damage to your property. In the event of a water leak, keep these tips in mind to help avoid damage:• Turn off the main water supply to the area where the leak is located.• If possible, use a plunger or bucket to shut off any ::water that is running. Pour a pot of boiling water over the leaking pipe until it shuts off. Do not use a vacuum breaker or buckets of cold water; these could cause further damage.• Do not try to fix the leak yourself. If the leak is small, use a torch or DIY caulking kit to seal it off. If the leak is larger, get help from a professional.

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Our plumbing technicians will come to your home or business, inspect and provide with a thorough assessment of the issue. Photos, solutions to resolve the issue, and detailed software generated pricing will be shown on our devices and sent to you via email for approval!

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Protect your home with emergency plumber now! After thorough assessment has been completed to pinpoint the problem, our plumbing experts will always be prepared to provide quick solutions avoiding costly replacements if not needed!

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After the initial contact, our company can provide rough estimates of your plumbing projects to the request of customers for new homes or renovations. Mostly, estimates do not end up to be the final cost. A thorough inspection and assessment of your project does though!

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A friendly Plumber will be at your home no later than 60 minutes of scheduled appointment to assess and provide solutions to your plumbing problem. If not, then our assessment fee for any plumbing  or drain repair will be voided.

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What’s Included in a Plumbing Emergency?

Clogged Sinks

Clogged sinks are a common problem in the kitchen and bathroom. They may be caused by a build-up of hair, soap scum, or food particles.

The most common way to fix a clogged sink is to use a plunger. If you don’t have one, you can try pouring hot water down the drain and using a long object like a broom handle to push down on the plunger. Just make sure that you don’t use any chemicals or harsh cleaners on your sink because this can cause more damage.

The first step for fixing a clogged sink is to identify the cause of the clog. If you have not used your sink for a period of time, then it may be that there is build-up from food particles in the pipes. If this has been recently cleaned, then it may be that there are hair products, soap scum or other debris that has built up on the drain.

Professional plumbers from Plumbera are trained to use different tools and techniques to fix a clogged sink. Some tools that we can use include a plunger, snake or auger to remove the clog. We may also have to use a chemical drain cleaner if the clog is caused by build-up.

Call us and fix your clogged sink today!

Water Heater Not Working

A water heater is a device that heats water for use in domestic purposes. It provides hot water by using the energy from natural gas, electricity, oil, solar power, or other heat sources.

The average household water heater is designed to last 10-12 years. After this period, the tank will start to leak and lose heat. This will lead to an increase in energy usage and higher monthly bills.

The first step to determine whether your water heater needs repair or replacement is to find out if it has a leak. Leaks are usually an indication of a problem with the tank or the pipes. If you have a leak and it is not repaired quickly, it can lead to more expensive and time-consuming repairs in the future.

If your water heater is leaking, it may be time to replace it. But before you go out and buy a new one, it’s worth considering whether or not the leak is coming from the tank.

Possible reasons for a water heater to break down:

  • The water has too high a mineral content
  • The pilot light has gone out
  • The gas pressure is too low
  • There are cracks in the tank

Okay, but what causes a leaky water heater?

The most common reason to replacing a water heater is when the insulation breaks down. This happens when there’s too much pressure and the metal starts to deteriorate. Leaky water heaters are also caused by corroded pipes, corrosion in the tank, and corrosion in the heating element.

Some more reasons for your water heater to break down include:

  • Poor installation practices
  • Improper maintenance practices
  • Problems with the materials used in the tank
  • Ageing of the unit
  • Damage caused by external factors such as natural disasters or accidents

A professional plumber from Plumbera can fix any issue with your water heater and make sure that it is working properly again. If you don’t want to wait for a plumbing emergency to happen, contact Plumbera now and we will come out and do an inspection of your system so you know what needs to be done to fix your water heater as fast as possible.

Burst Pipes

Burst pipes typically happen when the water pressure in a water system exceeds the strength of the pipe.

Burst pipes are a common plumbing emergency. The most common cause is an increase in demand for hot or cold water, which can result from running more taps, taking more showers, or even flushing toilets.

Burst pipes are typically very disruptive to your plumbing because they can quickly flood your home and cause significant damage to your property and possessions.

Here are 3 reasons that might cause burst pipes in your home:

  • Sudden increase in water pressure: Burst pipes can occur when there is an excessive amount of water in the system and a sudden change in pressure.
  • Ground level water: When there is an excessive amount of ground level water, it can cause the pipe to burst.
  • Frozen lines: Frozen lines will cause burst pipes because when they thaw, they expand and push against the pipe walls until they break.

Now that we know the causes, you may ask yourself – How Do I fix burst pipes?

There are many ways to prevent burst pipes in your home:

  • Insulate your pipes with foam insulation or heat tape.
  • Use a pipe protection system for winter that prevents water from freezing inside the pipe’s walls.
  • Install a backflow prevention device that prevents outside water from entering into your plumbing system and freezing within it, which causes bursting of the pipes.
  • Protecting against burst pipes is important because they can cause major damage to your home and it’s not easy to fix them once they break!

When you are looking for a professional plumbing company to fix your burst pipes, look no further than Plumbera! We offer 24 hour emergency plumbing services including pipe and drain repair – call us today!

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Clogged Toilet

A Clogged Toilet is a nightmare for any homeowner. It can be caused by a variety of things such as human waste, toilet paper, or even toys. This can be a serious problem to deal with and will require you to call a professional plumber from Plumbera.

If you are not sure if you need to call a professional plumber, then you should look for these 3 signs to determine if you have a clogged toilet or not:

  • Pools of water on the floor
  • Water seeping through the floor
  • The toilet won’t flush properly

It’s not always easy to figure out what chemicals to use to unclog the toilet. Some of the most common household solutions people use to unclog their toilets include the following:

  • Plunger
  • Chemical Drain Cleaner
  • Baking Soda and Vinegar
  • Hot Water and Dish Soap

Toilet still clogged?

Don’t wait thinking that this will get better…when it comes to a toilet once it starts to leak or it is slow to drain, the problem is only going to get worse. Allowing this to get worse will result in massive damage to the home. It could mean a huge clean-up, or it could mean water sitting on the subfloor and rotting this out, meaning a total floor replacement.

Leaky Faucet

A leaky faucet can be a nuisance. It will continue to drip and make a mess on your countertop or floor, wasting water and costing you time and money.

There are many causes of leaks in a faucet. The most common cause is age, as the rubber rings that seal the connections between the faucet’s spout and handles wear out over time. If your water pressure is low, this is another possible cause of leaks. Leaks can also be caused by worn washers or seals in the faucet’s handle.

Other possible causes of a leaky faucet include:

  • Damaged pipe: A worn out or damaged pipe can leak and cause water to flow down the drain.
  • Deteriorating rubber gasket: The rubber gasket around the sink can deteriorate over time and lead to leaks.
  • Lint buildup in pipes: Lint from towels or clothes can build up in pipes and clog them, leading to leaks.

The first sign of a leaky faucet is water on the floor. This can be accompanied by an annoying dripping sound in the kitchen or bathroom. If you are hearing this sound, it is likely that your faucet is leaking and needs to be repaired. Another sign of a leaky faucet is an increase in water bills due to running water while not using any at all.

A leaky faucet can also cause the sink or bathtub to overflow if it isn’t fixed promptly, which could lead to costly repairs and flooding cleanup.

Leaky Faucets can be a big problem if left untreated. A small leak can quickly turn into a major flood and cause serious damage to your home.

The first step is to identify the location of the leak. If you can’t find it, try these steps:

– Check for leaks around the sink drain and supply lines

– Check for leaks at the base of your faucet

– Check for leaks in other areas of your house

It doesn’t matter if you have a leaky, loud, wonky, or low pressure faucet – Plumbera’s professional plumbers fix every problem and issue that comes our way.

If you need faucet repair services, Plumbera is the best company to call. Get in touch with us today!

Sewer Back-Up

Sewer back-ups are a result of a wastewater system failure. This can occur when pipes get blocked by grease or other types of debris. When this happens, sewage will back up into the home and cause damage to the property.

A sewer back-up can be caused by many things, including:

  • Grease buildup in the pipes
  • A clogged pipe
  • Natural disasters (such as heavy rain)
  • Sewer line breaks

Every year, over 200,000 homes experience some type of sewer line backup. Some of the common symptoms for a Sewer Back-Up are:

  • Water in the basement or yard
  • Sewage odor in the house or yard
  • Sewage bubbling up from outside drains
  • Toilets that don’t flush properly.

Sewer back-ups can be a costly and messy problem to deal with. The best way to prevent them is to make sure your sewer line is clear and running smoothly.

They can be caused by a variety of things from tree roots to grease buildup.

Here are some tips on how to prevent a Sewer Back-Up from occurring in your home:

  • To avoid roots from growing into the pipes, make sure you have a proper drainage system in place and do not plant trees too close to the sewer line.
  • Do not pour grease or other cooking oils down the drain. Grease is one of the most common causes of sewer backups and should never be disposed of this way.

It requires the skills of a trained professional plumber to diagnose the problem and find the solution. If you are looking for a professional plumbing company, Plumbera is here to fix your next Sewer Back-Up plumbing emergency. Contact us today to speak with one of our Sewer Back-Up specialists!

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