You just arrive home and find a flooded house. You don’t know where to start or what exactly caused the problem. With every second, the problem worsens. It seems there’s no end to this. You don’t even want to think of what will happen when water gets in contact with your electronics. This is just one of those scenarios where calling an emergency plumber isn’t an option. You just have to do it, really fast. This post focuses on some of these circumstances.
While some problems are highly visible and cause much damage at once, some happen over a prolonged period. One such problem is leakages in the walls. When plumbing that has been done on the walls starts leaking, you won’t notice immediately. It is only until you see damp patches and mold formation on the walls that you will be aware of the problem. When this happens, call an emergency plumber as quickly as possible. Continue reading