How to Deal With a Plumbing Emergency
Tools To Have On Hand
- Toilet Overflow
- Pipe Burst
Steps to Solve (Toilet Overflow)
- First things first, turn off the toilet’s water supply. There should be a supply line with a handle somewhere near the bottom of the bowl.
- Next step, remove the tank cover and lift up the float cup or ball high enough so that the water stops running.
- Once it has stopped, take a cup of water or bucket and remove excess water from the brim of the bowl.
- Once the water level is low enough, try plunging the bowl and if that doesn’t work, call in your AAA plumber.
Steps to Solve (Pipe Bursts)
- Once again, the first step is cutting off the water supply. There should be a main shutoff valve that controls your home’s water supply. To be safe, turn this off instead of solely turning off the water to a particular fixture.
- The next thing you’ll need to do is move all of your electronics and valuables to higher ground.
- Once you’ve done that, turn off your furnace and hot water heater as these appliances can be affected by the flooding water.
- But if you aren’t confident in your abilities, call in a AAA plumber once you have completed steps one and two.
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