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Plumbing Emergency Services

When you have a plumbing emergency, you can’t afford to wait around for assistance. You need an emergency plumbing repair service that works after hours and on weekends.

With 24-hour emergency plumbing services from All Time HVAC, you can get help at any time. Whether you have a drain backup, failed sump pump, or stubborn clog, we can provide the emergency plumbing services you need. Our local emergency plumbers are licensed and insured with years of experience working on different types of plumbing systems. We’ll bring everything we need to manage your plumbing emergency and guarantee fast, affordable, and professional emergency plumbing services.

We’re proud to offer 24-hour emergency plumbing services to customers throughout Union County and Morris County, NJ, including the following areas:

  • Morristown
  • Elizabeth
  • Union Township
  • Madison
  • Dover
  • Montville

Common Plumbing Issues

Here are some of the most common plumbing problems homeowners face:

  • Blocked toilet pipes
  • Running toilet
  • Leaking taps
  • Clogged drains
  • Water heater malfunction
  • Main water line break/leak
  • Downspout problems
  • Water damage/stains

Whether you’re calling at 2 a.m. or on a lazy Sunday afternoon, our team of plumbers is available for 24-hour emergency plumbing repairs and drain services.

However, you shouldn’t wait for an emergency to take care of your home. We are always available to service your plumbing. Regular maintenance and routine appointments are an important part of maintaining the health of your home’s plumbing system.

Signs You Need Emergency Plumbing Help

You can’t predict when you’ll need emergency plumbing repair, but there are some common signs that signal plumbing problems.

Keep an eye out for the following indicators that your home needs emergency plumbing repair:

If you have a pipe burst or malfunction, this can quickly lead to serious water damage in your entire home. Shut off your faucets and contact us for 24-hour emergency plumbing services before the problem gets worse if your pipes begin to leak heavily or develop cracks or holes.

Sewage backflow into your toilet or other drains in your home is an indication that your main drain line is having a serious problem. Schedule emergency drain service as soon as possible as sewage presents a huge health and safety hazard in your home.

There are plenty of jokes to be made about smelling gas in the bathroom, but a gas leak is far from funny. If your drains begin to smell like sewage or you smell gas throughout your home, evacuate and contact emergency plumbing services before attempting to enter again. Gas leaks are toxic and can do long-term harm to your body and brain.

If your washer, hot water heater, dishwasher, or other large appliances appear to be leaking pools of water onto the floor, your water lines might be loose. If you don’t act fast, you may risk flooding your basement, laundry room, or kitchen—not to mention the water damage taking place in your ceilings or to the entire structure of your home. This is definitely a time to call for 24-hour emergency plumbing services.

If your pipes or plumbing fixtures begin to make unusual noises like banging or thumping, it’s best to get in touch with local emergency plumbers as soon as possible in order to preserve the lifespan of your plumbing system and protect your home.

What Causes a Drain Backup?

Whether it’s in your kitchen sink, bathtub, toilet, or even garbage disposal, a backed-up drain is at best a nuisance and, at worst, a dangerous hazard requiring emergency drain services. These are some of the common culprits of drain backups:

In order to help your pipes perform the way they should, avoid flushing large amounts of toilet paper down your drains at once and do not flush anything besides toilet paper (even so-called “flushable” baby wipes). Also, when in doubt, use your kitchen trash can rather than your garbage disposal and always avoid pouring oil, fat, or grease down your drains. Instead, freeze leftover cooking oil and grease and throw it out with your regular trash after it is solid.

When you’re dealing with drain backups, it can be tempting to use chemical drain cleaners. However, these are corrosive and will damage your pipes over time. If your plunger isn’t solving the problem, it’s best to get in touch with emergency drain service professionals—especially if you’re dealing with a clogged drain that you think is posing a danger to you or your family’s health or well-being. Contact your local emergency plumbers ASAP for emergency drain service.

How Do I Prevent Frozen Pipes?

Frozen pipes are a particularly alarming plumbing emergency. The good news is it’s relatively simple to prevent frozen pipes before they even happen. We recommend the following steps when the weather forecast is looking especially cold:

If your pipes are frozen, never use an open flame to thaw them. You could damage your pipes further or burn yourself. Warm them up slowly and carefully with a heating pad or electric hairdryer. If your pipes aren’t responding to DIY thawing methods, contact us ASAP as you likely have a plumbing emergency on your hands.

What Causes a Drain Backup?

Your water heater is a comfort essential in your home, and without it, you could be doomed to cold showers for the foreseeable future. No one wants to freeze in the shower, especially in the middle of winter. More importantly, a water heater leak can do a great deal of damage to your basement, laundry room, or wherever the appliance is located because a water heater tank contains 50+ gallons of hot water.

Treat every leak as if it’s a serious problem with the hot water heater tank, and give us a call. We’ll schedule a service appointment ASAP! From Monday through Sunday, plumbers from All Time HVAC are standing by to help you.

Your Local Sunday Plumbers

When faced with a plumbing emergency, contact All Time HVAC. Our plumbers have experience tackling all types of residential and commercial plumbing emergencies such as frozen or ruptured pipes, leaking pipes, clogged toilets and drains, sewage backup, and much more. Whether you have a broken water line or no hot water, you can rely on your local emergency plumbers to address your plumbing emergency quickly and with the professionalism we’re known for in and around Union County and Morris County, NJ.

Plumbing emergencies can happen anytime—on a national holiday, in the middle of the night, during the wee hours of the morning, or on a Sunday. The plumbers at All Time HVAC are happy to provide the best 24-hour emergency plumbing services in and around Morristown, Elizabeth, Union Township, Madison, Dover, and Montville. We won’t leave you in the lurch with a broken pipe or drain backup. We can send a local emergency plumber to your home for emergency plumbing repair right now!