Are you in need of a Plumbing Repair Service in NJ?
Are you in New Jersey and have a plumbing problem? Plumbing problems can range from merely inconvenient to very destructive. The solutions can also vary. For example, most people know how to use a plunger to unclog a toilet. If you have tried the things you are comfortable trying to fix your problem, then it is time to call a plumber.
What type of plumbing problem are you having? When you give us a call, we are going to ask what is going on. Knowing this information can help us plan the right amount of time for your visit.
Generally, plumbing problems fall into three categories. Leaks, blocks, and gas leaks.
If you think you have a gas leak, that is an emergency. A leaking gas line can put your family at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. It can even cause a fire or an explosion. So, you want to shut off your main gas line if you can and call for help. In addition to calling a plumber, you will also want to call your natural gas provider. They may send someone to shut off the supply to your home until the problem is fixed.
Plumbing leaks can range in severity. A leaking faucet is a leak, but so is a burst pipe in your wall. Do you see the source of the leak? Can you shut off water to that source? Your house should have several water shut-off valves. There is a main shut off, which may be located outside or in a hidden place inside. Plus, there are shut-offs for your sinks, toilets, and washing machine located near them. If the leak is in a hot water pipe, you may need to shut off water from your hot water heater, as well.
Another big problem is blocked plumbing lines. We can clear out your drains, unclog pipes, and unclog toilets. Often, a clog indicates a problem down the line. If you keep having clogged toilets, you probably have a problem like tree roots in your line. We can use video to inspect the pipe, diagnose the problem, and create a plan for a long-lasting fix.
Is It an Emergency?
We provide emergency plumbing service, including 24-7 after hours service. However, not every problem is a plumbing emergency. A clogged toilet in a house with multiple toilets is an inconvenience, but not an emergency. Sewage backing up into your home, even if it is just in one location, is always an emergency. Not sure whether your plumbing problem needs an emergency visit? No problem. Our helpful and friendly dispatchers will ask the right questions to help get you the service that you need.
No plumbing problem is too big or too small for AME. We handle
Contact us today for all of your plumbing needs.