Imagine you are sitting in the living room on a Saturday afternoon and you hear your wife yell from the kitchen that the sink isn’t draining. As you get up from your chair you hear your son yell from the bathroom that the toilet won’t flush. You head to kitchen to check the sink and on the way hear your daughter yell that the shower water won’t turn on in the other bathroom. You have multiple fixtures that are not working – this is not the Saturday afternoon that you were hoping for.

No trouble at all! You can call Call Clint Plumbing for outstanding plumbing support any day of the week and any time of the night or day. We are proud to provide emergency plumbing services to our customer because it supports our culture of treating our customers with exceptional customer care.

Every member of our plumbing team has years of special training and experience in a wide variety of plumbing techniques. We bring this high-level of skill to every plumbing job that we are called to. But, we believe in going above and beyond just delivering great plumbing services and are dedicated to bringing great customer care along too.

No matter what kind of plumbing emergency you are dealing with or when it decides to show up, you can count on us for help! You will never be charged extra either, even if services were provided on a weekend, in the evening, or on a holiday. This is just part of our job!

There are some things that you can do when you have a plumbing emergency in your home. These include:

  1. Contact our office immediately: When you notice a plumbing issue with your system, always err on the side of caution and call our office. Letting a plumbing issue that seems minor go unchecked is the best way to ensure that it becomes major.
  2. Turn off the main water source: It is always a good idea when you move into a new home to locate the main water shut off valve and then show all of your family members where it is and how to turn it off. This can be an easy way to prevent hundreds of dollars in water damage to your home should there be a broken pipe.
  3. Turn off the water supply to the affected fixture: Typically a clogged toilet that is overflowing water doesn’t warrant turning off the water to the entire house. Instead you can just turn the water off to that toilet, maintaining plumbing access for other areas of the house.

Calling our team of outstanding plumbing professionals means that you are getting in touch with a helpful resource of plumbing experts who will bring years of skill, dedication to customer care, and the latest in plumbing equipment to address all of your plumbing needs. While a plumbing emergency can inspire a great deal of stress and chaos, when you call us you will always be greeted by a helpful team member who will being to put your mind at ease from that first moment. We will dispatch a plumber to your location and make sure that all of your concerns are addressed!