Just for a moment, try and picture the following scenario in your mind: you’ve endured a long, stress-filled day both at work and on the home front; it’s late, you’re beat to near exhaustion, and just as you crawl beneath the covers of your cozy bed, a waterline ruptures in your basement, quickly transforming the bottom floor of your house into an un-welcomed water-world. In layman’s terms, this is what’s called a plumbing emergency.
In the unfortunate event of an emergency, it’s recommended that you turn to someone you can trust, someone who will be there for you in a snap . . . someone available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, and even on Christmas morning. That ‘someone’ is the Georgia Plumber, and plumbing emergencies are his specialty.
But before the Georgia Plumber arrives on the scene, it’s strongly advised that if a pipe has burst and is flooding your home, you should immediately close the main shutoff valve. Stopping the flow of water is the first step in fixing the problem. The Georgia Plumber will also help you prepare for any future plumbing emergencies by providing you with a ‘How-To’ guide that will take you through the basics of your plumbing system, and hopefully teach you what to do in case of an emergency.
No one likes plumbing emergencies, especially at 2am or just as you’re racing off to your daughter’s wedding . . . but should the unfortunate arise, the Georgia Plumber’s here to help get you through it as painlessly as possible. For any and all plumbing emergencies, call 678-767-9000.