Plumbing problems always seem to happen at the worst possible time — and the consequences could be flooding, appliance damage, and costly home damage. If you suspect you might be dealing with a plumbing emergency, use your water supply’s emergency shut-off valve and give the Apex Home Energy Savings emergency plumbers a call. We provide speedy emergency services 24 hours a day, seven days a week so you never have to worry that a small plumbing problem will turn into a big plumbing disaster.
What is considered a plumbing emergency?
Clogged toilets, leaky faucets, and blocked drains are certainly inconvenient, but they’re usually not considered to be plumbing emergencies. A real plumbing emergency is a plumbing problem that could potentially compromise you and your family’s health, cause extensive damage to your home, or create a massive spike in your monthly water bill. Common plumbing emergencies include:
- Sewer line blockages
- Burst pipes
- No hot water
- Sewer system backups
- Leaky washing machine hoses
- Leaky water heaters
- Broken water lines
Ultimately, it’s up to you to call our emergency line to receive the service you need. If your clogged toilet is the only toilet in your home, then it might be considered and emergency — but if you’ve shut your water off due to a burst pipe and believe you’ve taken care of the situation and stopped water flow, then you might be able to wait until regular business hours to schedule an appointment with your plumber.
Why Choose Apex Home Energy Savings?
Since 1998, Apex Home Energy Savings has provided 24/7 emergency plumbing service for residents of the Lone Star State. Don’t wait until your plumbing emergency gets out of hand — call our emergency plumbers when you need them.