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What is considered an plumbing emergency?
Plumbing emergencies are situations where the plumbing system in a home or building suddenly fails, leading to potentially dangerous or damaging outcomes. Here are some examples of plumbing emergencies:
- Burst pipes: When a pipe bursts, water can quickly flood the area, causing significant damage to floors, walls, and other areas.
- Blocked sewer line: A blocked sewer line can cause sewage to back up into your home or building, which can be a health hazard and cause damage to your property.
- Gas leaks: A gas leak can be dangerous and even deadly. If you smell gas in your home or building, you should evacuate immediately and call the gas company or emergency services.
- Water heater failure: If a water heater fails, it can cause flooding or scalding, leading to potential injuries or property damage.
In general, any plumbing issue that requires immediate attention to prevent property damage, health hazards, or safety concerns can be considered a plumbing emergency.