The Sunny Plumber Las Vegas Blog : Posts Tagged ‘emergency plumbing’

Emergency Plumbing Situations Cannot Wait!

Monday, June 4th, 2018

sunny-techniciansIt is nighttime. You’re comfy in your bed. Maybe you’ve even got a thin comforter on because your AC is keeping your home at a perfectly comfortable temperature for sleeping. But then, suddenly, you realize something is wrong. There is a strange sound. Your eyes widen in the darkness, your ears hone in on the noise. Oh no, you think, it’s coming from inside the house! You make your way silently down the hall.

Taking a deep breath, you rush into the bathroom and turn on the lightswitch—there it is! A dripping faucet, letting loose that unmistakable sound in an aggressively even tempo. Probably not the type of problem that you’re going to schedule emergency plumbing services in Las Vegas for,  right? Maybe not, but there are plenty of problems that fit the bill. Here are a few emergencies that you may encounter with your plumbing system. Contact The Sunny Plumber Las Vegas the moment that you encounter them. 

Continue Reading

Always Work with a Qualified Emergency Plumber

Monday, February 26th, 2018

service-timeYou can do your best to remain aware of your plumbing system’s overall condition, but let’s face it—surprises happen. The last thing that you want is to be totally caught off-guard when problems develop with your plumbing system. Unfortunately, they can pop up seeming out of nowhere sometimes. If you should encounter a problem with your plumbing system after hours and it really cannot wait until normal business hours resume, then you are going to need to hire an emergency plumber in Las Vegas.

When that time comes, we strongly recommend that you make The Sunny Plumber Las Vegas your emergency plumber of choice. We don’t charge our clients extra for after-hours services, and our fully stocked vans will have what we need to get the job done right and promptly. There are a lot of plumbers out there, but you really don’t want to entrust your emergency plumbing services to “professionals” that are just not up to the task. 

Continue Reading