Emergency Plumbing Services in ELK RIVER, MN, and Nearby Areas
When you have a plumbing issue that comes up at night, on the weekend, or over a holiday, you don’t have time to wait for regular business hours to come around before you call a plumber. You need emergency plumbing services now if you’re going to mitigate the damage done to your home and stop the problem so it doesn’t happen again. Luckily, Rol Air Plumbing & Heating can help! We offer the following:
At Rol Air, we understand that sometimes, you need a plumber in Elk River, MN NOW!, no matter what day or time it is. That’s why we have experienced plumbers standing by all the time, ready and waiting to help you with your plumbing emergencies. We’ll get back to you quickly, find out where in the northwest Twin Cities area you are, then get to you quickly. We’ll do whatever we can to stop the problem or fix it right then, though we may need to come back during regular business hours if we have to purchase parts from stores that are closed. No matter what, we’ll get your plumbing problem solved as soon as we can.
Do Less Damage!
Major plumbing issues can cause a lot of damage to your home, and they can do it fast. Whether you have sewage backing up into the house or a leaky pipe that just won’t quit, water and waste can cause you to have to replace floors, walls, furniture, ceilings, accessories, and more!
While you may not be able to do much to mitigate the damage that water can do, there are a few things that will help. Here are some steps you can take to see that your home sustains as little damage as possible.
- Task someone with calling a 24-hour plumbing service. It helps to have an emergency plumbing service in mind so that the person you send to call can just pick up the phone.
- Turn off the main water valve to your home. If you suspect a leak, turning off the water will make it stop until it can get repaired. Your main water valve will probably be in your garage or your basement, near the utility area where your water heater and furnace are located. Turn it all the way in the opposite direction of where you find it and don’t use water until it’s turned back on.
- Sop up as much water as possible. If you have sandbags, it’s time to bring them in and use them to absorb water that is flowing out of a leak or sewage that is backing up into your house. If you don’t have sandbags, use towels or rags to get as much of the water as possible. Even if you can’t stop the flow, these will help so that less of the water will soak into your walls, floors, furniture, and more.
You may not be able to undo the damage that’s already been done, but you can stop any more from occurring. Contact us today for your 24-hour plumbing service needs in the Northwest Twin Cities area, and Rol Air will be there soon to help you get the problem solved.