CALABASAS EMERGENCY PLUMBER
It’s never a convenient time for a toilet to break or a pipe to burst, but chances are, if you own a home or business, you’ve experienced a plumbing emergency, or you will in the future.
If you’re reading this right now, and you are currently in an emergency plumbing situation, pick up the phone and call Roto Rooter Ventura immediately at 805-793-0805.
Licensed and insured for residential, commercial, and municipal projects, our expert plumbers are available to you 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and 365 days per year, to address emergency plumbing needs. Best of all, our services are affordable, no matter the time of day or night.
Why Are We Always Available?
At Roto-Rooter Ventura, we pride ourselves on our service and expertise and want to provide our Calabasas clients with the most helpful, efficient experience possible. Emergencies, whether they are plumbing or otherwise, are typically unexpected and do not adhere to timeframes or respect holidays.
Some plumbing emergencies can be dangerous or pose a health risk, which is why it is important to address the issue as soon as possible. Being available to clients at all times means we can help them minimize inconvenience, danger, water damage, and health risks in their homes and businesses.
What Is An Emergency Plumbing Situation?
Emergency plumbing situations run the gamut and can occur in any part of the home, putting an unexpected strain on your day and schedule. Some issues are easily recognizable, such as lack of hot water, overflowing faucets, and clogged drains in the kitchen or bathroom. Overflowing dishwashers can be a pain (and cause damage) in the kitchen. A clogged or overflowing toilet can wreak havoc in the bathroom, as can sewage backing up into your property.
Pipes run throughout the walls and can break, due to harsh weather conditions or accidental interference. Sometimes, during home renovations, a pipe can accidentally be damaged and begin to leak.
Any plumbing situation that is causing immediate inconvenience, damage or danger is an emergency plumbing situation.
What You Should Do, While You Wait For The Plumber
Your first step should be to keep yourself safe. Avoid contact with any steaming water or backflow containing sewage. If the emergency involves a gas water heater, turn off the gas first, then the heater.
For overflow and leaking, shut the water off via the closest water source, such as the valve behind your toilet. Utilizing the main water shutoff valve at your property to cut off water supply can also be beneficial and help minimize damage and waste in a major plumbing emergency, such as flooding. When you’re unsure, call us and we can instruct you on the actions to take, while you wait for our expert plumber to arrive.
How Can I Prevent Emergency Plumbing Issues?
Most emergency plumbing issues can be avoided by performing regular, preventative maintenance at your property. Roto-Rooter Ventura is available for inspections so that you can be aware of potential issues before they become emergencies.