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How to Respond in a Plumbing Emergency

The odds of a plumbing emergency are much smaller when you invest in preventive maintenance through a professional plumber. If the worst does happen, your level of preparation can determine the amount of damage a plumbing emergency inflicts on your home or business. Plumbing emergencies can happen day or night in Spring, Texas. Take the following steps if a plumbing emergency happens to you.


Locate and Shut Off Your Main Water Valve


If your plumbing emergency involves a burst pipe, overflowing toilet, or flooding, immediately shut off your main water valve. This is the main water supply to your house. Locate it with help from a plumber over the phone if you don’t know where it is. Turn the valve clockwise to shut off your home’s water supply. Try to prevent water damage by opening windows and doors to increase air flow. The sooner you dry out your home, the lower the odds of mildew growth.


Evacuate Your Home


If your plumbing emergency involves a gas leak, evacuate your home. As soon as you smell gas or notice other signs of a gas leak, leave the premises and call emergency plumbing services. Your house could be at risk of a fire or explosion, so get to a location a safe distance away while you wait. Inhaling gas can also lead to illnesses such as carbon monoxide poisoning, which can be fatal if not caught in time.


Call Emergency Plumbing Services


Once you’re in a safe location, call (936) 298-7473 to request immediate emergency plumbing services from FlowRite Plumbing in Houston, Texas. We answer emergency calls 24/7. We keep technicians on call to respond to floods, gas leaks, and other emergency plumbing situations – even on holidays. Keep us on speed dial in case of serious emergencies.


Don’t Return Until You Get the Okay


Plumbing problems can cause long-lasting damage to your home and belongings. You might experience mold, mildew, dry rot, electrical issues, or other problems even after professionals have repaired the initial issue. Don’t return to your home until your plumbers have said it’s safe to do so. Breathing in mold and mildew spores is dangerous and can make you ill. Work with trusted emergency plumbers in Houston to stay safe and repair your home.






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