Pipeworks Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Emergency Plumbing’

Easy Ways to Keep Your Pipes from Freezing this Winter

Monday, January 14th, 2019

Clearing of blocked hammered polluted black metal U siphon for wash basin, sanitary devices, plumbing fixtures red special means cleanser with bubbles. For labels of cleaners, printed materialsWintertime here in Bloomington means freezing cold temperatures, so make sure that your pipes are safe. If you’ve lived here in Illinois for a while, you’re probably no stranger to a frozen pipe or two. This is a relatively common inconvenience but it’s also one that’s very easily avoidable.

Pipes that burst from freezing are on of the most common causes of property damage across the country. We’ve compiled all the best ways to avoid a pipe burst but mistakes happen, so if you need emergency plumbing in Bloomington, IL then contact our team today.

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What Qualifies as a Plumbing Emergency?

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

burst-pipeThere are a great many different problems that can afflict a plumbing system. Some issues can be ignored for months without getting much worse (even though they really shouldn’t be). Some should be addressed fairly soon, though they can be left alone while waiting for an appointment time. Finally, some should be addressed as soon as humanly possible if they are to be prevented from causing massive problems.

It’s this final category that we’re going to be discussing in this post. Plumbing emergencies absolutely cannot be ignored if they are to be fixed in time to prevent much of the damage they can cause. It’s important that you know when to call for emergency plumbing services, and when to wait for a more traditional plumbing appointment.

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What to do During a Plumbing Emergency

Monday, March 27th, 2017

plumbing-emergency-what-to-doIf you have water welling up from under your floor, or from behind a wall, it can be tempting to panic. However, the most important thing you can do during a plumbing emergency is to remain calm and act quickly. If you know what to do, you can limit the damage by a significant amount while you wait for your plumber to show up.

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