A burst pipe can be an expensive emergency. Before a flood of water creates permanent damage, contact a professional to stop the problem in its tracks!
American Eagle Plumbing makes fast work of burst pipe repair in Round Rock, TX. We’re all about speed, so the catastrophe stays at a minimum. The minute you recognize a problem, give us a call. We offer flat rate prices and a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Our plumbers are certified and trained to quickly diagnose the problem and offer the best solution.
It doesn’t have to be a crisis to call the plumber.
We also specialize in upgrades for your kitchen plumbing and faucets.
Why Did My Pipe Burst?
Burst pipes are quite common, particularly during the winter when the temps drop below freezing. The water in your pipes expands, cracking the metal or damaging seals and joints. This is especially true with your outdoor faucets.
Pipes can also corrode and deteriorate over time, leaving them vulnerable from daily use. Regular pipe inspection is the best way to combat the expense of burst pipe repair.
How to Prevent Burst Pipes
The weather can get chilly in Round Rock, TX- chilly enough to freeze your pipes and cause them to burst. Luckily, our plumbers have years of experience repairing burst pipes. But did you know we can help you prevent an emergency by prepping your plumbing for the winter season? We will help protect your indoor and outdoor pipes and faucets from cold weather.
From draining your pipes of water to insulating them with special sleeves, we can help you avoid a burst pipe. At American Eagle Plumbing, we’re happy to share our best advice for your pipes this winter. Give us a call and we’ll educate you on your options!
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What to Do When You Find a Burst Pipe
When you first notice a leaking pipe or a puddle of water, there are a few basic things you should do. First, turn off the water. Even if you don’t know the source of the leak, it’s important to stop the flow of water from causing excess damage. Turn off the faucet and shut off the stop tap on the water main if possible.
Second, dry any wet areas to prevent mold and mildew. You might need to place a bucket under any leaking pipes or surfaces. Third, contact a professional. With training and experience, a professional plumber will be able to locate and repair the problem quickly.