Q: What is an emergency plumbing service?
A: Emergency plumbing services are plumbing services that are available 24/7 to handle urgent plumbing problems that can't wait until regular business hours. These services typically include repairs for burst pipes, clogged drains, overflowing toilets, sewage backup, and other urgent plumbing issues that can cause significant damage to your home if left unaddressed.
Q: How much does emergency plumbing service cost?
A: The cost of emergency plumbing service can vary depending on the nature of the problem and the location of your home. In general, emergency plumbing services tend to be more expensive than regular plumbing services due to the urgent nature of the work. However, it's important to keep in mind that the cost of not addressing an urgent plumbing problem can be much higher in terms of property damage and potential safety hazards.
Q: After calling you, what should I do about my plumbing emergency before you arrive?
A: If you have a plumbing emergency, the first thing you should do is shut off your water supply to prevent further damage. Then, contact an emergency plumbing service to address the problem as quickly as possible. In some cases, the emergency plumber may be able to provide you with instructions on how to temporarily fix the problem until they arrive.
Q: Are you really available 24/7 on weekends and holidays?
A: Yes, our emergency plumbing services are always available 24/7, including weekends and holidays. We always answer the phone and will get to your problem ASAP.
Q: What should I expect from your emergency plumbing service?
A: After calling us, you should expect prompt, professional service from a licensed and experienced plumber within the hour. We will be able to quickly diagnose the problem and provide you with a plan for addressing it. We will be transparent about the cost of the repairs and any potential follow-up work that may be required. You can rest assured, we have the appropriate tools for resolving the situation correctly.
Q: What type of warranty or help can I get after you complete the project?
A: AZ Drain Pro warrants all labor in its contract work with the property owner to be free from defects in workmanship for a period of two (2) years on new repairs or new installations.
Q: What type of emergency plumbing problems can you fix?
A: We can fix, repair, or handle any unexpected issue that arises with your commercial or residential plumbing system. The most common problems we solve are the following:
Broken, Cracked, Leaking Pipes: Burst pipes can cause extensive water damage to your home and property whether you can see the pipe or not.
Clogged Drains: Clogged drains can cause wastewater to back up into your home. This can result in unpleasant odors and potential health hazards.
Water Heaters: A broken water heater can cause a lot of inconvenience and depending on its location will determine how much water damage can occur.
Sewer Line Blockages: A blocked sewer line can cause sewage to back up into your home, which is a health hazard.
Toilets: An overflowing toilet can cause water damage to your bathroom floor and other parts of your home.
Water Line Damage: Damage to your water line can cause a decrease in water pressure and water quality.
Faulty Sump Pumps: If your sump pump fails, it can cause flooding in your basement or crawlspace. A plumber can quickly repair or replace the faulty sump pump to prevent any further water damage.
Leaking Faucet Repairs or Replacement: Faucets can experience issues with leaks, drips, or general wear and tear, which can cause inconvenience and increased water bills.
Backflow Prevention: Backflow can occur when contaminated water enters your clean water supply, which can cause serious health risks. A plumber can install and maintain backflow prevention devices to ensure that your water supply remains clean and safe.
Garbage Disposal: Garbage disposals can become clogged or malfunction, which can result in unpleasant odors and drainage problems.
Shower and Tub Issues: Showers and tubs can become clogged with hair and soap residue, which can cause drainage issues and water backup.
Water Main Breaks: A water main break can cause significant damage to your property and lead to a disruption of water service.