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Plumbing Emergency Services from Ben Manis Plumbing for All Your Plumbing Needs
Plumbing issues or emergencies rarely arise at convenient times and usually outside of normal working hours. Ben Manis Plumbing’s professional plumbers are available 24 hours a day for all your emergency services. We understand how frustrating a plumbing emergency can be; that is why we are committed to serving residents and businesses in Huntingdon Valley PA, Philadelphia, Bucks Counties, and Montgomery.
No matter what your emergency may be, we are the experts for you. We commonly deal with burst pipes, leaks, flooding, burst water mains, broken geysers, appliance malfunction, faulty hot water systems, and a variety of other situations that require emergency plumbing. We’ll arrive at your door as soon as possible, and we understand how important speed is when it comes to fixing your problem promptly and avoiding additional damage to your water system or property. For added peace of mind, all our plumbers are qualified and certified and will provide a top-notch service when performing your plumbing repairs.
A Plumbing Emergency Requires Emergency Services. That’s What We’re Here For
A plumbing emergency can be scary, especially when you consider the threat of water damage to your property and the costs thereof. If you find yourself requiring emergency services, you need to contact us right away. But there are actions you can take to mitigate damage to your plumbing and property. Begin by shutting off the water to stop it flowing. It is important to know where the shutoffs are for each fixture or appliance in your house, and also the main water shutoff valve. If just one fixture is the cause of the problem, shut it off first and then turn off the main valve in the event of another water emergency or leaking pipe.
What Else Can You Do When You Require an Emergency Plumbing Service?
Once you have called for emergency services, if your water is gas, turn the gas to the heater off or even turn the unit itself off if you have already turned the water off from the main valve. Once you have turned the water off, pressure and hot water can build up in the unit, so if you don’t turn the gas to the heater off, there is the risk of the water heater bursting, resulting in other problems and a costlier emergency plumbing service. It is also a good idea to turn on any of your outside spigots to drain the pipes. By doing this, you will direct the water outside, instead of into your home.
10 Common Emergency Plumbing Repairs
- Clogged sinks
- Clogged bathtubs
- Clogged toilets
- Leaky toilets and faucets
- A leaking water heater
- Leaky hoses from washing machines
- Burst pipes
- Broken water lines
- Sewer system backup
- No hot water