Emergency Plumbing Services

The Dublin Plumber, emergency plumber, North Dublin area.

All of our clients can expect to receive emergency plumbing services during normal working hours. The real problems start when it’s 7pm on a Friday evening and a water pipe has just burst in your home. Ultimately, this is where our services prevail. We cover the entire Dublin area  and can have a member of our team out to you within 30 minutes to an hour.

If there is a problem at your home or business after hours, we’ll provide peace of mind.

Above all, our emergency plumbing services ensure that you save money in the long run. Water damage can cost quite a lot to repair once the damage is done, but we guarantee to swiftly stop any leak to ensure your problem does not spiral out of control. It is our mission to tackle problems that just cannot wait. If you have been let down by another plumber, give us a call for an industry leading service. Any type of plumbing emergency can be diagnosed and repaired permanently by our team of skilled professionals.


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How to Handle a Plumbing Emergency

Gas Leak

If you have a gas leak in your home, it’s critical that you call an emergency plumber as soon as possible. The first indication that you have a problem with your gas will be the odour that it gives off. Consequently, there is always the terrifying risk that the gas pipe that is leaking could explode. If this is the case, make it your duty to call an emergency plumber right away. Furthermore, always turn off the main gas valve in your home. Most importantly, this will ensure you avoid any further leakage that could result in an explosion.

Heating Systems Breakdown

Gas and oil boilers break down, heating systems can give problems, which can become an emergency. Temperatures can reach single and sometimes minus digits in Winter. If you have children or elderly people living in the home with the problem, an emergency plumber must be called immediately. Make sure to run a couple of routine checks on your central heating system. First of all, double-check the thermostat to ensure it has not been turned down accidentally. If you have an oil tank at home, make sure to check if you have any oil remaining. After you have run the regular routine checks and are unsure about what the issue is, it’s time to call an emergency plumber.

Burst Water Pipe

You’ve a burst water pipe, what do you do? Once you have a burst water pipe, shut down the main water valve. It’s now time to call an emergency plumber!. Unsure about how to shut off the main water stopcock in your home? Rather than wait, call a plumber and they will guide you appropriately.

4 Steps to Follow

Shut the Water Off

If you experience an emergency at home, quickly turn off the water as soon as possible. In addition, be sure to locate the main valve when doing so

    Check Water Heater

    First of all, if you are In a plumbing emergency scenario, it’s always a good idea to turn the power off. This ensures that no long-term damage is caused to the unit. Once the main valve has been turned off then you should turn off the heater. This ensures that the heat does not begin welling up inside, which can lead to bursting or overheating. If it’s the case that you have a gas water heater, ensure that the gas has been turned off immediately.

    Manage Small Leak

    If you discover any small leaks, do your best to stop it. The use of duct tape, towels and buckets will assist you with any small leaks. In addition, this will help prevent any further damage being caused. Keep a note of all the leaks and inform the plumber once they have arrived at your property

    Call & Listen

    Home and business owners may forget to call a plumber while an emergency is occurring. In order to prevent as much damage as possible, always call a plumber immediately. The phone call itself will allow the plumber to advise what immediate action you can take. For all plumbing emergencies, we promise to arrive at your property within the hour.


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