Metro Vancouver Emergency Plumbing Services

Plumbing problems can’t be scheduled on a calendar. They often happen when we least expect it.

You can’t predict when your plumbing will burst and you’ll be standing in several inches of water. If you notice leaking water, you should first turn off any water sources in that direction. For example, if you know the leak is coming from your kitchen sink, turn off the shut-off valves under your counter. If you can’t find the source of the leak, turn off your home main water supply to be safe. Clean up as much of the pooling water to avoid long-term water damage in the areas you can see, then call the Emergency Plumbers at Plumbing and Drain Rescue. Whether it’s 3:00 in the afternoon or 3:00 in the morning, someone will be here to answer your plumbing emergency call.

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Call us when you need a emergency plumber or want to book an appointment for any of our plumbing services. You can also use our online contact form here.