Call us 24/7 if you’re experiencing a plumbing emergency such as a burst pipe, clogged and overflowing toilet, broken water heater or boiler, broken faucet or shower, or any other situation that requires a plumber to come to your home or business and fix the problem.
Our service was created for residents in the Milwaukee area, including in Greenfield, so that you would always have access to plumbers when you need them…even if it’s on a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday night at 2am!
Our Rapid Response Plumbing Service Works Like This…
1) Call us at the number above
2) Tell the customer service rep who answers the phone all about what’s going in in your home or business
3) Give the customer service rep your address and best phone number to reach you
Once we have all that information, our customer service rep will call our plumbers in the field who work in the Greenfield area. The plumber will then call you directly to discuss pricing and estimated time of arrival.
Our goal is to get you an experienced plumber who will fix your problem, fast and affordably.
We created this service so nobody who lives or works in your area would ever have to wait a day or more to get a plumbing emergency repaired.
Get Your Plumbing Problems Fixed Fast
We all know what happens when leaking pipes and water heaters are not repaired quickly. Water that seeps into sheet rock, or overflows on to carpet will lead to the growth of dangerous mold and will weaken the structures that support the walls, ceilings, and floors in your home or business.
This is why getting a plumber to you immediately is an urgent concern. It’s a responsibility that we take very seriously.
So, if you are experiencing a plumbing emergency in Greenfield give us a call right now so we can get a plumber to you as soon as possible.
Important Steps To Take While Waiting For The Arrival Of Your Plumber
During the time prior to your plumber’s arrival, there are certain steps that you can take to mitigate the damage to your property.
First, turn of the supply of water immediately. If there is a leak and you leave your supply open, there will be more damage to your property. After turning off the water, rush outside and open all hoses so that you can get rid of the water in your pipes. You should also avoid any appliances that require water such as toilets or sinks.
If you have a flooding situation, turn off power supply immediately. Water is a conductor of electricity and if it touches your power lines, you and your loved ones will be at risk of getting electrocuted. After turning off the power supply, get your electronics to a place where they will not have any contact with water.
Next move your valuables away from the area with water. If your furniture, paintings or other possessions get in contact with water, you can face huge loses. Find a dry room in your house to store your possessions or take them outside until a plumber arrives and resolves the issue.
If you have a minimal amount of flooding, get rid of the excess water so that you can make it easier for the plumber to take care of your emergency. It is also a good idea to try and pinpoint the source of the plumbing problem. If you have already identified the problem area, your plumber will resolve the issue more quickly allowing you to resume your normal life faster.
In case of a plumbing emergency, it is highly recommended that you take the steps described above. Remember that any wasted minute may mean more damage and higher repair costs.
About Greenfield Wisconsin
Originally established as the Town of Kinnickinnic in 1839, by 1841 the town had assumed its current designation as Greenfield – in part due to the acres of green fields that surrounded it and the origins of its original settlers who were perhaps nostalgic for their former home base of New England home to Greenfield in Massachusetts.
The area has grown from its humble beginnings as a settlement that was home to around 400 people and spanning 36 square. Today, Greenfield’s area (now part of the greater Milwaukee metropolitan area) has shrunk considerably to around 11.7 square miles – but it boasts a population of over 37,000.
The town is one of the most scenic areas in Milwaukee (a 7 minute, 3,5-mile commute to the town via W Greenfield Ave) with the Root River flowing through its western parts, and an area that is filled to the brim with green spaces. in fact, Greenfield still lives up to its name with eight city parks, Konkel, Dan Jansen, Haker, Honey Bear, Brookside-Meadow Drive, Creekwood Park, Pondview and Wildcat Creek Nature Corridor. There are also five county parks: Armour, Barnard, Kulwicki, Zablocki and Root River Parkway. This is a town that is close to ideal for those who enjoy being out in nature’s splendor.
There’s even more natural wonder to be enjoyed at Boerner Botanical Gardens. There are five formal gardens (designed by the founder, Alfred Boerner) which are now complemented by a bog walk, as well as trial, herb, lily and shrub rose gardens.
After exploring in the open air it might be time to sit back and enjoy some refreshment in Greenfield. Aside from a great lineup of chain restaurants, there are also gems such as The Explorium Brewpub within easy reach. Here one can explore craft beer made on-site and some fantastic meals. The Mussels Provençal is worthy of special mention and the ‘The MOAB’ burger with the works is not for the fainthearted. But everything, including pasta and pizzas, is great.
If you are in or around Milwaukee, take some time off to explore the friendly town of Greenfield – you’ll be glad you did.