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When you need a plumber quickly for any emergency plumbing situations, make Curl Curl Plumbing your first call. Our experienced team of plumbing professionals have been servicing Sydney, North Shore & the Northern Beaches for over 20 years and are able to assist you in any plumbing emergency. We have a team on the clock 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and our 1 hour emergency response call out time and our Ultimate Sydney Plumbers Guarantee gives you peace of mind knowing our team are there for you, whenever you need us.
Common Emergency Plumbing Situations
Blocked or Leaking Sewer
If you have a blocked or leaking sewerage system, the last thing you need is to leave it for too long or to let it get worse. The smell alone from sewerage problems is enough to annoy the whole neighbourhood. Do not delay in getting these problems fixed. Call Curl Curl Plumbing to get our emergency plumbing Sydney team to your property straight away and let our experienced technicians fix it for you quickly!
Blocked Stormwater Drains
Blocked storm water drains can cause major flooding issues and need to be attended to straight away. Whether your stormwater drains are damaged from tree root intrusion or from debris building up within the pipes, our team can unblock the drains quickly and easily and can be at your premises within 1 hour of your call. Don’t delay. Save money today and have our plumbing experts fix your blocked pipes today.
Burst or Broken Water Pipes
Broken or burst water pipes can cause major issues in any residential or commercial property. The water damage caused by water leakage can run into the thousands of dollars and be a major inconvenience to any residents of the property. It is not worth the risk in waiting or delaying any repairs. The sooner you can get an experienced team of plumbers on the job, the faster it can be repaired, the greater the chance of preventing more damage and you will save more money in the long run. So call us now to connect with our emergency plumbing Sydney team and let us take care of the problem ASAP while you sit back and relax.
Hot Water Repairs
Every household needs a steady supply of hot water. How annoying is it when the hot water has run out when it is your turn to take a shower? When you needs hot water, you need it straight away. If you are having problems with a leaking or faulty gas, electric, solar or heat pump hot water system give Curl Curl Plumbing a call and have our experienced team come out to you as quickly as possible and fix your hot water troubles today.
Leaking Gas Pipes
Leaking gas pipes, hoses or fittings are a danger to any property. Gas is extremely flammable and can ignite very easily. Not only is it a fire hazard but it is a health hazard and can cause serious complications to anyone exposed to it for any period of time. If you have a gas leak anywhere within your property it needs to be repaired urgently. Do not hesitate to call Curl Curl Plumbing and our team of qualified gas fitters and emergency plumbing Sydney experts. Make the most of our 1 hour response time and Ultimate Plumbers Guarantee and rest assured we will get the job done right for you the first time, every time.
Leaking Or Broken Taps
How annoying is it to hear the constant dripping sound of a leaky tap? Not only is it annoying but it can cost you or your property owner thousands of dollars in excess water usage fees and potential damage to the areas surrounding the taps. Leaky or broken taps are very easy to fix and getting them repaired fast will save a lot of money. Call Curl Curl Plumbing now on 1300 566 292 and give the drip the slip!
Emergency Plumbing FAQ’s
As a plumbing expert from Sydney, I’ve heard just about every question in the book. Lucky for you, I’ve got some answers! So sit back, grab a cuppa, and let’s tackle some of the most common emergency plumbing FAQ’s out there.
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Q: What should I do if I smell gas in my home?
If you smell gas in your home, turn off the gas supply to your home immediately and open windows and doors to ventilate the area. Do not turn on any electrical switches or use any open flames. Evacuate your home and call the gas company or emergency services immediately.
Q: What should I do if I have a sewer backup?
If you have a sewer backup, stop using all water sources in your home immediately to prevent further backup. Then, call in a professional plumber to diagnose and fix the problem. Sewer backups can pose serious health risks and require immediate attention.
Q: What are the signs that my sewer system is not working properly?
There are a few signs that your sewer system may not be working properly. These include slow drains, gurgling noises coming from your pipes, foul odours, and sewage backups. You may also notice wet spots in your yard or basement, indicating a leak in the sewer line.
Q: What should I do in case of a burst pipe?
If you have a burst pipe, turn off the main water supply to your home immediately to prevent further damage. Then, call in a professional plumber to repair the pipe and assess any water damage to your home.
Q: Why does my water heater keep tripping the circuit breaker?
A tripped circuit breaker can be caused by a number of things, including a faulty thermostat, a damaged heating element, or a buildup of sediment in the tank. It’s best to call in a licensed plumber to diagnose and fix the problem.
Q: What should I do if I smell gas near my hot water heater?
If you smell gas near your hot water heater, turn off the gas valve immediately and contact a licensed plumber. Do not attempt to light the pilot light or use any electrical switches or appliances.
Q: What should I do if my water heater is leaking?
If your water heater is leaking, turn off the power supply to the heater and turn off the water supply to the heater. Then, call in a professional plumber to assess and repair the problem. Leaking water heaters can cause serious water damage and even pose a risk of electrical shock, so it’s important to address the problem immediately.
Q: What are the signs that my hot water system is not working properly?
There are a few signs that your hot water system may not be working properly. These include a lack of hot water, strange noises coming from your system, rusty or discoloured water, and leaks around the tank or pipes.
Q: What should I do if my sink/drain is clogged?
A clogged sink can be a real pain in the you-know-what. The first step is to try using a plunger – this can often dislodge the blockage. Put some water in the drain until the drain starts to back up. Put the plunger over the drain outlet and push up and down on the plunger trying to push the force of the water down the drain outlet. Try not to force the water out the side of the rubber on the plunger. When successful the water should flow away.
If that doesn’t work, you can try using a plumbing snake or a mixture of baking soda and vinegar to break up the clog. And of course, if all else fails, you can call in a plumber to get the job done.
Q: What should I do if my toilet is overflowing?
If your toilet is overflowing, turn off the water supply to the toilet by turning the valve behind the toilet. Then, use a plunger to try and dislodge the blockage. If that doesn’t work, call in a professional plumber to diagnose and fix the problem.
Q: My toilet is clogged. What should I do?
A clogged toilet can be a messy and unpleasant problem to deal with, but there are a few things you can try before calling in a professional. First, try using a plunger to dislodge the blockage. If that doesn’t work, you can also try using a plumbing snake to remove the clog. Another option is to pour hot water into the toilet bowl and let it sit for a few minutes to help break up the blockage. If none of these methods work, it’s time to call in the experts.
Q: My toilet won't stop running - what should I do?
This is a common problem that can be caused by a variety of issues. The first thing to check is the flapper – make sure it’s properly seated and not torn. If that doesn’t solve the problem, you may need to replace the fill valve or adjust the float. If that doesn’t fix the issue, you may have a leak in your pipes.
Q: What does it mean when water continually drips into the bowl?
This means the inlet valve, the outlet valve or both need to be replaced or serviced.
Q: How can I prevent emergency plumbing situations?
To prevent emergency plumbing situations, schedule regular maintenance and inspections with a professional plumber. Address any plumbing issues promptly before they become major problems. Also, make sure to properly maintain your plumbing fixtures and appliances and avoid flushing non-biodegradable items down your toilet.
There you have it, folks – some of the most common emergency plumbing FAQ’s answered. Remember, when in doubt, don’t hesitate to call in a licensed plumber. It’s always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your plumbing system! Have other plumbing questions? Then checkout our dedicated FAQ’s page here: FAQs
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