Tenant and Landlord Plumbing EmergenciesJanuary 16, 2021
Plumbing emergencies can lead to major water damage, broken appliances, mold, and unsafe living conditions. Ask your landlord about emergency plumbing repairs!
Plumbing emergencies can lead to major water damage, broken appliances, mold, and unsafe living conditions. Ask your landlord about emergency plumbing repairs! It's so important that the lease agreement clearly states who is responsible for plumbing emergencies, or even routine maintenance and inspections. In many cases, the landlord is responsible for plumbing because it's so important that it is taken care of quickly. In the past, landlords who put the burden on the tenant have had a bad experience when a tenant doesn't report a plumbing emergency. That's why it's in everyone's best interest to have plumbing emergencies handled by the property manager. It avoids that type of issue and long-term the property will be in better condition if the plumbing is taken care of professionally.
If a leak in the toilet, sink, shower, bath, or another pipe is affecting your home then you need to call your licensed plumbers in Houston! We can fix plumbing leaks and replace any faulty components. Your condo, apartment, or townhome should have newer plumbing that is free of lead, leaks, and other problems. Make sure you write down our number so you can call us if there's a plumbing emergency. We'll be out there right away to help take care of the mess and the leak.
Plumbing emergencies can cause major damage. It's important to cut off the electricity if there is a major leak so nothing shorts out, or even starts a fire. Don't use your utilities such as gas, electrical, or water until you have the pipes inspected. Tenant plumbing repairs are one of our specialties - there is no job too small or too big! Call now for an inspection and quote!