Imagine you wake up at 2 am to use the restroom after you are done you decide that you would like a cold drink of juice, so you head to the refrigerator. On your way down the hall, you pass by the laundry room and suddenly realize the carpet you are walking on is soaking wet. You flip on the hallway light and see water pouring out from under the laundry room door when you open the door; you discover that your hot water heater tank has split open and is dumping water all over the floor. It’s 2 o’clock in the morning and going back to bed is no longer an option. Instead, you have to figure out how to stop water from flowing out of your water heater and causing any more damage to your flooring.

No problem! Just call the highly-trained and experienced plumbers at Call Clint Plumbing of Pleasant Valley. Every member of our team is proud to provide emergency plumbing services around the clock! No matter what time we come to your home to address your plumbing emergency, we will never charge you overtime fees or higher rates – even if it’s a holiday, night or weekend. We believe that our regular business hours are any time that you need us!!

All of the professional and certified plumbers on our team have years of experience and training in all types of plumbing techniques and processes. But, more than this each member of our team is truly committed to supporting our company culture of valuing each customer and lives. When you have a plumbing issue or emergency, after the initial feeling of panic has gone away, we want the next thing you think of to be our signature red vans and to feel assured.

The most frustrating part of a Pleasant Valley plumbing emergency can be not knowing what to do. Here are some tips:

Contact our office immediately: It is always best to play it safe than sorry and calling our office at any sign of plumbing trouble. There are many complex configurations of fixtures and pipes in your plumbing system and they all work together to support you in your daily tasks. If something small is going on it could just be symptoms of something much bigger.

Turn off the main water source: At the core, the main responsibility of your plumbing system is to bring clean water to every one of the fixtures in your home, and it is built to do this. But, while your plumbing system is sophisticated it is not necessarily smart. Meaning, it doesn’t know when there is a broken pipe and will keep pushing water through the broken pipes until water is disconnected.

Turn off the water supply to the affected fixture: Some scenarios only warrant turning the water off to the one fixture that is affected by the malfunction. Turning the water off to the whole house is a useful step unless it is unnecessary and then it might be a little overkill.

For many years homeowners throughout Pleasant Valley and surrounding Hudson Valley communities have associated our name with reliable and thorough plumbing services for a wide variety of issues. Whether you need a clogged drain cleared at 3 pm on Thanksgiving Day, trenchless pipe repair for the main line that is clogged or your septic tank pumped we have the equipment and the skill to manage the job quickly and efficiently. We will treat you and your home with respect by cleaning up after ourselves and making sure to get your job done right the first time!