Most emergency plumbing services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can usually expect a plumber to arrive within an hour or two after you call.
It is always best to try and diagnose the problem yourself before calling a plumber. This way, you can be sure that the plumber is coming to fix the right problem. Once you have a good idea of what the problem is, turn off the water to your home (if possible) and make sure that no one uses any plumbing fixtures until the plumber arrives. This will help prevent any further damage to your home.
Once the plumber arrives, they will assess the situation and give you an estimate of the cost of the repairs. They will then get to work fixing the problem. Depending on the severity of the issue, they may need to use special equipment or tools. They will also need to access your home’s plumbing system, so they may need to go into your crawl space or basement.
Once the plumber leaves, it is important that you test all of the fixtures in your home to make sure that they are working properly. This includes turning on the water to your home and running all of the faucets, showers, toilets, and sinks. If you have a dishwasher or washing machine, make sure to run them through a cycle as well. If you notice any problems with the fixtures, it is important to call the plumber back as soon as possible so that they can make the necessary repairs.