There are things plenty of things that you can do at your Denver home while you are waiting for an emergency plumber. If the fuse box is in danger of getting wet, it’s time to leave. Otherwise, shut off the main water supply to prevent more water from entering the house. Turn on all the outdoor spigots to drain your lines of existing water in your pipes. Remove standing water and move furniture to a dry area. Snap some photographs and take notes for your insurance.
It’s the bathrooms and kitchens of Denver homes that most often need a 24-hour plumber. Kitchen drains can become clogged with grease or other food waste. Toilets may clog and overflow. If it’s fresh water overflowing, find the main shutoff valve and close it, or use the supply line shutoff. Toilets have one, and sinks will have two - one for hot and one for cold. When we arrive, we’ll secure the leak, and plan a more long-term solution from there.
Burst washing machine hoses, broken water heaters, emergency gas line issues, pipes that are leaking or that burst in the Denver cold are great reasons to call a 24-hour emergency plumbing service. These problems include your water supply, unwanted water coming into the house, problems, so find your main water shutoff and close it. We will make patches to pipes as a short-term solution, to allow us to make a long-term plan to get your building’s plumbing back to a usable condition.