24/7 Plumbing Services
As a homeowner, nothing is worse than discovering a plumbing emergency, especially after-hours or during a holiday. This is why Dutton Plumbing offers 24-hours-a-day service to our customers in the Simi Valley region. Our licensed plumbers respond to emergency service calls within sixty minutes of receiving them. We keep all our trucks stocked with a wide selection of parts and the latest modern tools, ensuring our team is always prepared to tackle whatever task may be on hand. Plumbing problems get worse if left alone. Water damage can often lead to mold, mildew, and wood rot. If you stumble upon an emergent situation, don’t hesitate to call Dutton Plumbing. We are here for you.
Emergency Plumbing Cost
At Dutton Plumbing, we believe in open and honest pricing. While other plumbing companies take advantage of an emergency situation, we are a different type of business. We always strive to provide affordable, quality plumbing services at a great price. We will never try to push expensive products on our clients. We will diagnose the issue, provide an estimate for the repair, and the rest is up to you. The cost of emergency plumbing is really dependent on the situation at hand. If you would like an approximate cost for your emergency plumbing problem, contact our team. After hearing the details of your situation, we may be able to provide more detailed pricing information.
As a homeowner, it’s highly likely that you’ll run into an emergency plumbing situation at some point. Don’t panic – here at Dutton Plumbing, we’ve come up with some tips to help get you through this situation when it occurs:
- Turning the water off is the first thing to do! If you notice a leak or other plumbing issue, remembering to shut off the water can help prevent a simple leak from turning into something much worse.
- Don’t assume that the responsibility for repairs will fall on your shoulders. Call your water company to tell them what’s going on. They may decide to send a plumber your way free of charge.
- Contact a plumbing professional! Here at Dutton Plumbing, we offer top-quality emergency assistance 24/7.
Some Emergency Plumbing Problems That You Might Encounter at Home
After a long day at work, none of us want to come home to a burst pipe or a clogged toilet. It’s simply too much to handle. Unfortunately, while there’s no good time for a plumbing emergency, they always seem to occur when you least expect them.
At Dutton Plumbing, we respond to all manner of emergency plumbing situations. Some of the most common problems include burst pipes, large leaks, and severe clogs. A burst pipe is easily the most devastating. If left unattended, it might cause serious structural damage to your home. There’s a lot of water running through a typical home. A single burst pipe can compromise your home’s foundation. Don’t let this happen! Instead, contact Dutton Plumbing – nights, weekends, or holidays – for emergency plumbing repair solutions.
You may not think about your water or sewer pipes very often. Why should you? When they work, they work. Unfortunately, when something goes wrong, everyone notices. A broken pipe, for example, can flood your basement or bathroom in mere minutes. A clog could lead to a smelly backup in the bathroom. You want to avoid situations like these.
At Dutton Plumbing, we offer preventative maintenance to homeowners and businesses alike. Our maintenance program includes thorough inspections of all water and sewer systems in your building. We’ll examine the pipes for potential leaks or cracks, check for corrosion, and ensure that all your fixtures are tightened and secure. We do this to prevent expensive repairs down the line. Give us a call today to schedule your own preventative maintenance visit.
If you require emergency plumbing service right away, give Dutton Plumbing. We can be reached at (805) 522-1944 day, night, or holidays. We are here for you when or where you need us. The Dutton team is just a phone call away!
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