Learn more about Plumbing Pipe Repair
In the unfortunate case of a broken water line in your Erie property, the team of professionals at 911 Rooter and Plumbing will be on the case in no time. If you notice that one of your pipes is leaking, act quickly by shutting off the water valve nearest to your broken pipe. You may also need to shut off your main water valve, depending on how much water has leaked and from where. After you’ve isolated the leak, give us a call, and we’ll be on the scene to fix your broken water line or broken pipe as soon as possible.
One of the nastier types of plumbing issues you can have is a broken sewer line. Our plumbers are experienced in dealing with damaged and broken sewer lines; we will get on top of the problem and mitigate any further property damage as fast as we can. The longer water and sewage come in contact with your home or business in Erie, the greater the damage you risk imposing on your property. Don’t let hesitation increase your repair costs; call 911 Rooter and Plumbing.
If you are dealing with leaky or rusty pipes in your home, please don’t hesitate to call the pipe repair experts at 911 Rooter and Plumbing. The longer you wait to fix a broken pipe, the more likely your property is to suffer damage down the road. Our expert plumbers can have your Erie property back up in running order and free of any piping issues swiftly. Additionally, make sure you know how to shut off your water supply in the event of a leaking or bust pipe — this knowledge could save you money on repairs.