How to Know If You Need an Park Slope Emergency Plumber

Dec 1, 2017 | Tips & Tricks

As a Park Slope resident, when something goes wrong with your plumbing, you may need a Park Slope emergency plumber. If the plumbing issue happens at night or on the weekend, then a plumber who only operates during normal business hours will be of little help. At Aladdin Plumbing, of course, we offer both plumbing services during business hours, as well as emergency plumbing after hours. To help determine if your plumbing issue is something that requires emergency services or if it can wait until regular business hours read on.

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A recent article on Angie’s List by Doug Bonderud “Is This Really a Plumbing Emergency?” gives readers some helpful questions to ask themselves to determine if they have an emergency or not. The first important question to ask is, “can the problem wait?” If you have a toilet that won’t stop running or another minor leak, you can shut off yourself with a water valve you can probably wait. An exception to this would be if it is extremely cold outside and you risk bursting pipes by turning off the water. An example of a problem that could not wait is if you have water dripping into your basement and you are not able to find where the leak is coming from or find the valve to turn it off.

Emergency plumbing services are sometimes a necessity, but by examining the problem at hand, considering other solutions and not hiring the first provider you call, you can ensure a timely repair and still stay within your budget.

Another question to as is if the problem is within your responsibility or ability to fix. Sometimes the problem can be a situation for the city or utility provider. If you cannot find the source of a leak or the water seems to be coming from outside, contact your utility provider right away, and they will be responsible.

If you do have a problem after hours that needs immediate attention in Park Slope, Aladdin Plumbing can help. Contact Aladdin Plumbing today for more information.

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