24/7 Emergency Plumbing Services Dayton, OH & Cincinnati, OH
Narrow Path Plumbing expert plumbers are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to provide emergency plumbing services for residential homes and commercial businesses. Our emergency plumbers provide the full range of plumbing services including toilet repair, unclogging drains, leak repair, water heater repair, water damage cleanup and restoration, pipe repair, and more! Narrow Path Plumbing is the trusted choice when dealing with a plumbing headache.
When faced with a plumbing emergency, time is critical. You don’t want to waste time searching Google for a plumber near who is open late nights, weekends, and holidays who won’t charge you expensive fees for immediate availability to address plumbing emergencies. We’re not comfortable until you are!
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4 Common Plumbing EmergenciesSevere plumbing emergencies can cause a lot of collateral damage and result in high costs if not addressed immediately. Here are a few examples:
Clogged Drains and Toilets
You can spot clogged drains when you notice water backing up as you empty a sink or take a shower. For a toilet clog, the signs are often more immediate. Instead of flushing typically, the water backs up in the toilet bowl and may even overflow. Clearing the blockage naturally restores your drains or toilet to normal with a bit of DIY work or a visit from Narrow Path Plumbing.
Water Heater IssuesWater heater problems are usually easy to spot. For example, you go to take that nice warm shower but instead get drenched in cold water. Dripping water, puddles of water, discolored water, and noises coming from the water heater unit are other signs of a problem. In some cases, you can troubleshoot the issues yourself, but many water heater issues and repairs require professional help due to the complexity and potential for danger.
Low Water Pressure
Common plumbing problems in older homes often revolve around low water pressure, but the issue can happen in newer, modern homes as well. Low water pressure can come on suddenly or slowly get worse over time, depending on the cause. Whatever the reason, low water pressure makes it challenging to rinse things and shower, so resolving the issue is a priority to get back to everyday water use.
Running ToiletA constantly running toilet often happens when the inner workings of the bathroom no longer work properly. For example, the flapper valve often lets water run if it no longer fits properly. Other potential causes include an imbalanced float, loose-fill tube, or a leak. Check for a leak by putting food coloring in the tank. After about 20 minutes, check out the bowl to see if the color traveled into the bowl water because of a leak.
Plumbing Points of Inspection
Essentially every home’s plumbing system is unique and complex. With so many things that need to be checked during a plumbing inspection, it is best to have a professional contractor like Narrow Path Plumbing execute a comprehensive inspection of your home. If you have a plumbing inspection, the following are just a few of the things that should be examined.
Exposed Pipes and Plumbing System
Faucets and Basins
Clothes Washers, Dishwashers, and Other Appliances
It is not only the items that are easy to see that could end up causing problems. Distribution pipes and other home plumbing must be attended to during an inspection to avoid potential issues.
Why Choose Narrow Path Plumbing for Emergency Plumbing Services?
If you’re a Miami Valley, Ohio area homeowner dealing with a running toilet, clogged drain, low water pressure, or any other plumbing emergency, know that Narrow Path Plumbing is available 24/7, 365 days a year! There’s not a plumbing issue we can’t repair. Schedule services now!
We stand behind our work as a local family-owned and operated plumbing business serving the Greater Dayton and Cincinnati areas. We’ve been doing this for over 30 years. We are the Miami Valley’s trusted local plumbing company, serving all your plumbing needs, including plumbing repair, plumbing installation, excavation, winterization, pipework, water heaters, sewer repairs, plumbing inspection, drainage work, emergency plumbing repairs and more.