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New Berlin, West Allis, Wauwatosa, Franklin, Cudahy, Oak Creek, Greenfield, Muskego, St. Francis, Hales Corners, South Milwaukee

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Our plumbers handle all plumbing emergencies, including:

  • leaking pipes
  • overflowing toilets
  • clogged drains
  • leaking household appliances
  • broken water heaters or boilers
  • blocked sewer lines

Situations like these require an immediate response to avoid possible or further damage to your property.

Our 24/7 Plumbing Service Is Fast And Easy

Here is how it works…

1) When you call you tell us what’s going on
2) We take your name, address, and phone number
3) We contact one of the plumbers in our network who services your area in South Milwaukee
4) The plumber calls you back right away and goes over the pricing and arranges a time of arrival

The plumbers in our network are ready, willing, and able to help you any time of day or night.

Responding rapidly to a plumbing problem involving water or waste could be the difference between a minor expense and clean up and a catastrophic amount of property damage that will require extensive clean up and restoration services to restore you home or business.

We wan to help you avoid a catastrophe. So, call us right away if you’re having a plumbing issue in your home or business in South Milwaukee.

Things To Do While You’re Waiting For the Plumber To Arrive

While waiting for the plumber to get to you home or business, you need to do a number of things to minimize the damage.

Shutting Off Water Supply

Find the main water valve then turn it off. This is going to minimize the water damage by cutting off the water supply. Most of the time, the main water valve is located near the water meter. If you cannot find it, then call up your plumber so they can suggest places that it might be in.

Removing Standing Water

There is no need to sit there and do nothing. Open the doors and windows, turn on the fans, take a towel or mop to get rid of standing water because the water can easily ruin the floors, drywalls, and lead to mold developing. Mold will take three days to develop and that is when you are going to notice the pungent nuisance.

Draining the Lines

There will be residual liquid in the pipes even after shutting the main water valve. Turn on hoses or spigots outside to drain the pipes. This ensures all the liquid in the system is out and cannot leak inside your home.

Checking the Electric Appliances

Water can easily come into contact with electric appliances. Go to your fuse box and see whether it is dry, and turn it off if possible. Turn off appliances such as the water heater because the tank can be damaged if it is running an empty water heater.

You should not try to fix anything, just try to minimize the damage.

About South Milwaukee

Perhaps justifiably known for the wonderful activities that are available on the shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee offers plenty of attractions that are to be had in the myriad of smaller communities that are within easy reach of the city. One such community is South Milwaukee, on the banks of Oak Creek. This community which is only about 10,5 miles from central Milwaukee is home to just under 23,000 people – and a closer look at the area indicates just why it remains an attraction for residents and those from out of town.

One of the major attractions of the area must be the great natural splendor that is within easy reach – and one of the green spaces that should be on every visitor’s bucket list is Grant Park. This scenic park can be found on the shores of Lake Michigan and offers a combination of wonderful walks in shady wooded surroundings. Of special note is the magnificently picturesque two-mile-long Seven Bridges trail, which actually features 10 stone bridges that span a gently babbling creek. The Park also offers long stretches of beach alongside Lake Michigan – and a 9 hole public golf course.

However, after exploring the natural wonders of this area (and there are so many – Grant park is only one) it may be time for some refreshment. The selection of dining spots and watering holes that can be found in South Milwaukee and its surrounds make the search for the ideal spot a pleasure. For great Mexican choice, head to the Cantina style Azteca Restaurant, where the menu is extensive, everything is good and the margaritas are icy and delicious. For those with a taste for Italian cuisine Barbiere’s Italian Inn is the perfect destination. The service is exceptional and provided with a complimentary smile – and every menu item shines, from the Cheesy Garlic Bread to the packed Pizza.

If you are in the area take some time off to sample the delights of South Milwaukee – it is packed to the brim with natural wonders, friendly locals and some great places to simply unwind.