Commercial Emergency Plumbing Repair in Guelph and Kitchener – Waterloo area
Have a broken water heater or a burst pipe? Call (519) 836-6370 for 24-hour emergency plumbing assistance in Guelph, ON.
Plumbing emergencies can happen from time to time, and it is important to address the problem as soon as possible to minimize any damage and costly repairs. Read on to find out what kinds of emergencies we typically handle for our customers throughout Guelph and surrounding areas in Southern Ontario.
Suspect a Gas Leak?
Leave the building immediately. In the event of a gas leak, do not turn on any electrical devices and do not try to turn off the gas supply. A gas leak can result in an unfortunate explosion if not handled properly. We are trained and experienced in gas leak detection and gas line repairs. If we find it necessary to shut off the gas, we will turn on all pilot lights after repairs have been made.
The gas leak may have been caused by a faulty gas furnace or water heater, or a broken gas appliance in your building. A gas leak should always be reported to 911 before calling for a home inspection.
Is Your Building's Basement Flooded?
A flooded basement can be a severe problem, especially if there is mechanical equipment involved. Your basement could flood due to a variety of factors, including frozen pipes, clogged drain and sewer lines, corroded or cracked pipes, runoff, downspout infiltration, and incorrectly installed plumbing. The first thing we will do as soon as we arrive is to shut off the water supply and begin pumping any residual water out of the basement. We will set out to investigate the source of the flood and repair any broken pipes or unblock any clogged pipes. If the flood was created from groundwater infiltration, we will provide you with options for remedy.
Want to avoid flooding problems? Ask us about sump pump installation and repair.
Not Getting Any Hot Water from Your Water Heater?
Lack of hot water may seem like a small inconvenience, but it could signal deeper problems with your water heater. If you have a gas water heater and the pilot light goes out, the emergency close valve will automatically kick in and stop the flow of gas. If the emergency close valve malfunctions, the flow of gas will continue until it is detected and stopped. We will be able to replace the pilot light and emergency close valve, or replace the entire water heater if necessary.
Call us at (519) 836-6370 for immediate service 24/7!