If you have a plumbing emergency and it just can’t wait until normal business hours, then we are available to save the day. If it is a residential property, we may be able to simply give you advice over the phone to tide you over until the job can be completed by one of our team during regular business hours as we care about our clients and don’t want them to incur any unnecessary costs. Commercial emergencies are generally more complicated, and we offer a prompt service in order to minimize downtime or damage to property.
People often make sure that they have their emergency telephone numbers for the doctor, ambulance, police and fire brigade down in a safe and obvious place so that they can be quickly contacted when the need arises. But most people do not think about including a number for emergency plumbers.
However, if something goes wrong with your plumbing it can usually be called an emergency. If the toilet will not flush, or you suddenly have two centimetres of water all through your house from a broken indoor water heater or pipe, then you need an emergency plumber as quickly as possible. Even if the shower will not come on or the hot water is running cold, you will probably find that this cannot be fixed by the average householder.
Emergency plumbers are quite willing to come out at all hours of the day or night to attend to these kinds of problems. No one wants their house to remain flooded for any longer than absolutely necessary. And while having a shower may seem like a luxury that can be dispensed with to some, others realise that going without is extremely uncomfortable, not to mention unhygienic, especially in a hot climate.
So, if you are getting together a list of essential numbers, remember to add Charter Plumbing to it so that everyone in the house knows whom to call in a plumbing emergency. Leaving such problems will only make them worse and can do a lot of damage to the house. However, if they are seen to immediately by Charter Plumbing, then the damage can be reduced, thus saving even more expense.