If you’re in need of an emergency plumber in West Allis, WI then we’re here to help you – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Of course, you can always call us Monday-Friday during normal business hours for all of your plumbing needs…when all plumbers are available. But what happens when you get one of these problems in the middle of the night, during a holiday, or on a weekend:
- a leaking boiler or water heater that is flooding your basement with water,
- a backed-up sewer,
- old pipes that have finally broken and are now leaking,
- blocked and backed up sink or shower tub drains, or
- a blocked toilet that is now overflowing
The truth is that most plumbing emergencies happen at the worst possible times – when most plumbers are closed and unavailable.
We’re On Call And Available For
ALL Plumbing Emergencies in West Allis
24 Hours a Day – 7 Days a Week
Whatever plumbing emergency is occurring in your home our West Allis emergency plumbers offer a wide range of services and are on call 24 hours a day seven days a week, even on holidays. No matter when you need us, we are there to provide you with the best service as quickly as possible to prevent any type of plumbing problem from becoming worse.
Services Offered By An Emergency Plumber in West Allis – 53214, 53219, 53227
Not all plumbing jobs require emergency services. Some works can be scheduled and done whenever a plumber is available to come to your house. However, there are cases in which you can’t afford to wait, as each hour that passes may severely worsen the situation, such as:
In case of very small leaks you may not notice them until there’s a lot of water on your floor. Sometimes, leaks occur suddenly as a result of a breakage in a water pipe. Regardless the size of the leak, this is an emergency situation. You need to find a plumber immediately. Moreover, you need to cut the water supply even before calling the plumber. Stale water can cause a lot of damage to floors, carpets and furniture. It may even affect the structure of the building, so take it very seriously.
Although pipes usually have an insulation layer that prevents them from freezing, this situation may occur during very cold winter days. If you attempt to thaw the pipes by yourself, you risk of breaking them, so you should either use a hair dryer or a towel soaked in hot water or you should call an emergency plumber to rescue you.
Clogged Drains or Toilets
In case of clogged drains you can attempt to remove the obstruction with a rubber plunger. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. If you don’t manage to unclog the drain with your plunger, call the emergency plumber. In case of clogged toilets, it’s best to call a plumber directly, as the water in the toilet may be too filthy and stinky for you to risk spilling it on the floors.
For any of the problems listed above or any others that could cause permanent and expensive damage to your home calling an emergency plumber in West Allis is a better option that trying to fix it yourself, or worse, ignoring the problem altogether.