Emergency Plumber

Emergency Plumbing Provider in Suffolk County and Nassau County

Plumbing issues don’t always wait for normal business hours to appear. When you need plumbing services right away, Suffolk Plumbing, Inc. can help with emergency plumbing in Farmingdale. Whether you have experienced a burst pipe or a boiler or water heater breakdown, we can send an experienced plumber to your home quickly to resolve the issue in no time.

Steps to Take in a Plumbing Emergency

The best thing you can do during a plumbing emergency is stay calm and contact your plumber immediately for help. While you wait, there are a few solutions that will minimize water waste and damage before your plumber arrives.

  • If you are experiencing an emergency with a plumbing appliance such as a water heater or boiler, turn off the power, gas, and the water supply to the appliance for safety.
  • In cases of leaks, broken fixtures, and burst pipes, turn off your home’s main incoming water supply to prevent or minimize flooding.
  • If you suspect you may have a frozen pipe but have not yet experienced a problem, turn off your home’s water supply and open the faucet closest to where you think the ice has formed. Call your plumber for tips on how to thaw the pipe.
  • Completely clogged drains may be cleared via plunging, but you should never pour drain cleaning chemicals into a sink, toilet, tub, or shower that is not draining at all. If plunging doesn’t work, call in your emergency plumber.

Preventing Plumbing Emergencies

The best way to reduce the impact of a plumbing emergency on your property and your peace of mind is to avoid one altogether. While some issues are out of your control, there are several steps you can take to reduce your risk for some of the most common plumbing emergencies. You can find out more about protecting your plumbing by calling an emergency plumber at Suffolk Plumbing, Inc. today at (631) 813-9384.

  • Get to know your plumbing and how it acts when everything is running smoothly. As soon as you notice strange behavior that seems unfamiliar, such as slow drains, loud noises, or rusty water, schedule plumbing service, rather than putting it off.
  • Never treat your plumbing as a wastebasket. Many clogs and leaks are caused when trash or chemicals are flushed down drains and toilets, rather than disposed of properly. Even if you have a garbage disposal, talk to your plumber about which foods it can handle, and which should go into the trash.
  • Have your plumbing inspected and serviced regularly by a professional plumbing contractor. Preventive maintenance and care, particularly for water heaters and central heating boilers, is the key to flawless function.

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  • Extensive Background and Resources In General Plumbing, Heating, Drainage, Backflow, And Troubleshooting
  • Specializing In Residential and Commercial Plumbing
  • Emergency Services Available
  • Will Be As Professional and Proficient As Possible
  • We Guarantee All of Our Work