Who provides the best emergency plumbing services is the last thing you want to have to worry about when you get home from work or on the middle of the weekend. Why does it seem as though some things are simply waiting to break down until the worst time it could happen?
Plumbing is like that – it seems to always be on the nights or weekends when the pipes burst or there is some other reason the supply of water has stopped; it is in these times that you need quality Calgary emergency plumbing services.
Mr. Mike’s Plumbing is here to help with any emergency plumbing services you may need, or any other type of plumbing service.
Mr. Mike’s Plumbing is open weekends, they can take care of just about any plumbing problem you may be having, from broken pipes to a water heater that’s not heating. You might even need a new sewer line, and Mr. Mike’s Plumbing is a certified trenchless sewer lineinstaller.
No matter what emergency plumbing services you need, our well-equipped trucks and excellently trained and licensed plumbers will be able to fix your problem.
Clogged drains are almost as bad as no water at all – you can still get a glass of water to drink, but everything else will grind to a halt. Washing dishes, showering and – well, everything.
This can be a disaster if it happens at the wrong time and a huge inconvenience at any other time, but Calgary Plumber has the trucks and techs to get your water flowing again. We can even give an estimate on emergency work.
Many plumbing companies are not set up for emergency plumbing – the trucks have to be much better equipped since there is no way to go by a supply store at 8 pm on Sunday night, and they also have to be equipped for every eventuality.
Whether it is a supply side or drain side problem the emergency plumbing services that Mr. Mike’s Plumbing provides offer give peace of mind, and winter is the peak time for plumbing problems.
This is due to pipes freezing, which does not happen in Calgary much but is a plague in other parts of the country. This is especially true in areas where the winter does not usually get very cold, but where it can reach down into the teens – this is cold enough to freeze and burst pipes, and that is the worst case scenario for emergency plumbing services.
If you live in an area where it does get extremely cold, if your pipes are not properly insulated, leave your water dripping to make sure your pipes don’t freeze.
Most emergencies usually involve a system which is attached to the pipes, whether it is a dishwasher, a faucet, a water heater or a shower. The pipes themselves, depending what type of home you live in, are usually not an area of concern.