Emergency Plumbing ServicesPlumbing emergencies can be stressful events. We have seen it all, burst toilets, frozen pipes, flooding, and even losing water supply entirely.
Tight Lines Plumbing and Heating has you covered. There is nothing to worry about when you need an emergency plumber. We offer residential and commercial emergency plumbing services including (but not limited to) the following issues:
- Leaky taps or toilets
- Clogged and blocked drains
- Burst water points
- High/low water pressure
- Gas/heating (furnace, BBQ, fireplace etc.)
- Hot waters systems
We Offer 24/7 Emergency Plumbing ServicesYou can call us at 403-333-3286 for any kind of emergency plumbing related work in Calgary, Airdrie, Chestermere, Okotoks or surrounding areas.
Quick Response TimeWe will move quickly to diagnose your plumbing emergency and provide a quick solution. With our quick response times and ability to service every type of plumbing emergency, there is simply no need to wait - our plumbers are ready to respond after hours in the event of a plumbing emergency so that you can feel safe knowing that your problem is being taken care of right away!
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Considered A Plumbing Emergency?
A plumbing emergency is an issue that requires quick attention and immediate service. The plumbing system of a property consists of all the water pipes, water supply systems, fixtures and drains that keep water running. Plumbing emergencies occur when drainage systems start to malfunction or due to leakage of gas and water supply lines. If you witness any of the above mentioned problems, seek help immediately.
How Much Does An Emergency Plumber In Calgary Cost?
Whenever you get a plumbing problem in your house, it can be super inconvenient. It's also normal to panic a little because plumbing problems can be expensive to fix especially if you don't handle the situation early on. However, calling a plumber will always give you peace of mind and help save you from any further damage.
How Can I Temporarily Fix A Leaky Pipe?
There are many solutions for pipes that are leaking. One of the most common is to use silicone tape. Making long overlapping passes to seal off the area from which the leak came. The self-fusing silicone tape will create a strong permanent seal within a few minutes of applying it. The use of repair clamps should be limited to larger cracks or ruptures because you must make a large, continuous stretch over the entire length of pipe requiring it and then tighten it down. However it is always recommended you call a professional plumber to repair the leak properly, as this is only a temporary, emergency fix.