Imagine that your alarm goes off in the morning and make your way into the bathroom to take a shower, bleary-eyed and barely awake you turn the light on and realize that your feet are wet. When you look down, you realize that the entire bathroom floor is flooded with water. Suddenly, your husband calls from downstairs that the ceiling below the bathroom is leaking. A broken pipe in your bathroom plumbing is not how you wanted to start this day!

Thankfully, you can call the honest and reliable team of expert plumbers at Call Clint Plumbing of Brewster. In fact, we are proud to be your trusted resource for emergency plumbing services 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, and without ever charging an overtime fee or extra rates. Our team is truly dedicated to making sure that our customers receive care that is above their expectations and providing emergency plumbing services is just one of the ways that we do that.

You can count on us to arrive at your home in a timely manner and with all of the necessary tools to quickly and effectively address your plumbing issue. Our expert plumbers will always treat you and your home with respect by bringing our own floor mat to wipe our feet and cleaning the work area after we are done.

If you find yourself with a plumbing emergency in your home, here are some tips for taking immediate action:

  1. Contact our office immediately: It is always a good idea to contact a professional when your plumbing system starts to show signs of needing service or repair. There are many parts of your system that are out of sight and play a huge role in the whole operation. Just because the visible part of the system is showing that the issue is minor, doesn’t mean there’s not major troubles happening in the walls or floor.
  2. Turn off the main water source: When a pipe in your home breaks and you have water flooding onto your floor, the first thing you should do is turn the main water supply off. This valve is usually found outside of your home and, if you’re not sure where it is you can ask our technician when he or she arrives. Make sure to show all of the members of your family where it is also for future reference.
  3. Turn off the water supply to the affected fixture: Turning off the water supply to an individual fixture is a good way to localize the plumbing emergency without turning off the water to the rest of the house. This way, you can wait for our technician to arrive and feel safe knowing that nothing is flooding or causing additional damage.

Plumbing emergencies are not planned, cause a great deal of distress, and are often very messy. When you call us we want you to feel reassured that you are call the best plumbers in the business and that, once we arrive, everything will be worked out. We never want to add to your stress, which is why we will always have a dedicated team member assigned to answer the phone when you call. You will never hear an automated service or answering machine. Your call really is important to us and we want to be available to you to provide support from that first point of contact.