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Burst Pipe

How to Deal with a Pipe Burst?

How well do you come across a pipe that has burst? Blown pipes can occur even if it is not cold outside. This situation isn’t necessarily alarming, but it’s easy to freak out when you come across one. There are, fortunately, few fast fixes for when you might need to know how to act. So, what can you do with it before a professional plumber arrives? Let’s get this clear!

Switch The Main Water Valve Off  

It cannot occur to you right away to turn off the main water valve. In unexpected circumstances, rational ideas don’t necessarily come out loud and clear. If the main water valve isn’t visible in the basement, it’s most definitely in the kitchen.  

Emptying The Pipes  

It’s time to clear the valves after you’ve shut off the main valve. You will confirm that no more water can leak from the broken pipes by doing so. Next, flush all the sinks and switch on the cold-water nozzles.  

Turn  Off The Water Heater  

The only problem worse than seeing your things ruined by floodwater is soaking in scorching hot water. This mishap can be avoided by turning off the water heater. Clear the hot water from all of the faucets in your house.  

Turn  Off The Lights  

Water is an excellent conductor of electricity. However, under the wrong circumstances, the fundamental scientific reality can be risky. Make sure you switch off the electricity as soon as possible because water from the leaking pipe might have gotten into electrical sockets and fuse boxes.  

Identify The Root Causes    

Identifying the reason for a leak can be complicated. After all, a burst pipe isn’t necessarily noticeable on looking closer. Instead, a leak suggests bulging walls, pooling water, and a water-filled cabinet under the sink. Use a bucket to collect the water that seeps from the persistent leak.  

Measure The Size of the Break  

Fortunately, determining the duration of the break is pretty simple. Grab any commercial tape until you know which pipes need repair. To close the openings, you might use a chemical bonding agent. It’s normal to be cautious about such a possibility. If this is the case, you can hire a licensed plumber to patch or replace your pipes.  

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Contact us to learn more about how our professional plumbers will assist you with just about any plumbing problem! Our operation is unrivaled, and we are fully certified, bonded, and registered. So give us a call today—you won’t be disappointed!  

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