Are you facing a plumbing emergency in your home? Don’t get caught with your pipes down! Call All-Star Plumbing and Heating at (907) 677-7255 to get immediate help!
When a plumbing emergency strikes, your first step should be to stop the flow of water immediately. Dealing with a plumbing emergency at home can be terrifying and chaotic experience. Problems can range from a leaky faucet or clogged toilet to a burst pipe that is flooding your home. Whatever the problem may be, our professionals at All-Star Plumbing and Heating can fix it for you so you can get your home back to order. No matter what the emergency is our highly trained plumbers have you covered.
A plumbing emergency is basically any situation with your plumbing that can either cause damage to your home or damage your plumbing system beyond repair.
Common plumbing emergencies include:
While these are not the only plumbing problems that you may encounter they are some of the most common ones. Any of these plumbing emergencies can quickly damage your home and result in expensive repair costs. All-Star Plumbing and Heating offers quick response times for all your plumbing emergencies. Call us if you’re experiencing a plumbing problem and our staff of experienced plumbers will get you the help you need.
Whenever a pipe bursts in your home it’s going to spray water everywhere. Some bursts are very small and there could be a small leak that drips on the floor of the basement. Other bursts are huge and can cause massive flooding in a matter of hours. This is why a pipe burst a true emergency, if left alone a burst pipe can flood a basement or a room floor. Which can lead to mold growth, unsanitary conditions in your home or even structural damage. Our professional plumbers can help keep your home safe and sound.
Sump pumps are amazing tools and your homes first line of defense against encroaching water. A sump pumps can remedy a flooding problem in minutes. A sump pump works in the event of a water related emergency. Once a sump detects excess levels of water around your home it will begin pump this water out before it causes damage to your foundation, basement or landscape.