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4 Things to do while waiting for the plumbing engineer

4 Things To Do While Waiting For The Plumbing Engineer

We all have called the plumbing engineer. When you call an emergency plumber, it is certain that things are not normal at your house. Either there is a major leakage issue with your faucets, taps, shower heads or your pipes. While waiting for the emergency plumber, all we do is panic which in no way helps the situation.

Instead of panicking, here are some of the things, you can do to stop the leakage and reduce the damage:

 

Turn The Water Supply Off

While you are waiting for help, a lot of water is being wasted. Instead of just sitting around and letting the water flow, you should be quick, and the first thing you should do is turn off the main water supply.

 

Keeping A Check On Electricity

It is best to switch off the electricity mains as well if you do not know the source of water leakage. For instance, let’s say water leakage is near the wall power socket or from the ceiling. We should take precaution and switch off the mains until the engineer arrives. Do not touch the water or the electric switch; you may get electrocuted. Electric may even be a cause of death.  It is better to be safe than be sorry later.

 

Clearing Out Of Excess Water

While waiting for the plumber, you could clear the puddles of water that might have collected near the area of the leakage. The excess water will damage your wall, your floor, carpet or your furniture.

Worst nightmare will be if damages your neighbour’s property especially if you are living in the flat. Also, the puddle will make the affected area slippery, and there will be chances of the accident. Your plumber might even refuse to work since they should think about the health and safety first before carrying out the job.

 

Let The 24 Hour Plumber Focus On The Job

Once the plumbing engineer has arrived, let him focus on his job. If you have pets like a dog or cat or if you young children, make sure they do not disturb them. You can brief them about the current situation since there can be more info you may need to tell them when you were waiting for them.

Once the job is completed, you can ask them about what has been carried out. They will give you a report which will have full details. Fundamental questions could be why has occurred, what has been done to fix, list of equipment which was replaced or needing replacement.

Also, the detailed report will be required if you have to go through the insurance claim. You can also ask for the email address of the plumbing company. You may need to send or receive more info from the plumbing company via email for the insurance claim.

It is also wise to take the photo or make the video of before and after job, which can be attached to the claim. Last, not least, if you need the emergency plumber, we are here to help. Call us today for free quotation or book a Local Plumbing Engineer.

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