Emergency Plumbing Service

In a home plumbing emergency, you can count on us. With one simple phone call, you can limit the stress and property damage that a sudden plumbing problem can bring. Our courteous, knowledgeable technicians will restore your household plumbing to proper function as soon as possible so you can carry on with your busy day or enjoy a restful evening. Call M.A.C. Stewart for emergency plumbing repair. 

Emergency burst Pipe

Emergency frozen Pipes

Emergency toilet backed up

Emergency drains clogged

Emergency basement flood

Emergency 24/7 plumbing service

Emergency sump pump repair

Emergency sewer repair

Emergency commercial Service

When you have a commercial plumbing emergency, we get your business back on track--in a hurry. Your customers and employees won’t be delayed or inconvenienced for long once your experienced  Plumbing professional arrives on site.

We also offers non-emergency plumbing maintenance services to keep your household or commercial plumbing system in top shape. Regularly scheduled maintenance helps eliminate those nasty surprises that interrupt your life, throw a wrench into your productivity and bust your budget. When you need a routine repair, new installation or a system upgrade, M.A.C. Stewart Plumbing  handles your project efficiently and flawlessly. When you need an experienced plumber in a hurry, call on us . We’re in the neighborhood, available 24/7/365 and we never charge for overtime.

Emergency Plumbing Service

What are 3 things you can do during a burst pipe emergency before your plumber arrives?

When you’re hit with a burst pipe emergency, it can be overwhelming. Once you’ve contacted our emergency plumbing services, take steps to stop the water from pouring in and minimize any damage. Here are 3 things you can do while you are waiting for us to arrive:

  1. Shut off the water valves: This is first and foremost. If you are having trouble doing this on your own we will walk you through the steps right over the phone. Valves are generally located around sinks and toilets, but for the most effective temporary solution, you want to locate the main valve. Once the main is turned off, the water will stop flooding in.

  1. Perform a quick fix: While you are waiting for us, put a container under the burst pipe and use tape to seal off the hole as best as you can. These steps will help prevent further water damage until we can get there and fix the problem.

  1. Contact your landlord: When the pipes burst, after getting in touch with us, you should put a call in to your landlord and let them know what’s going on. They may be able to locate the main valve or provide other assistance before we arrive.

How can you prevent clogged toilet emergencies?

To prevent this troublesome problem, be careful with what gets flushed down your toilet. Avoid things like sanitary napkins and other feminine products, paper towels, and even too much toilet paper. We can check your pipes to make sure they’re clear of build up so you won’t face this situation.

Common plumbing emergencies and 3 easy tips for homeowners to handle them before their plumber arrives:

When it comes to plumbing emergencies, here are 3 helpful tips to tide you over until we get there:

  1. Leaking water: If a pipe is leaking, shut off its water supply. Follow up by locating the main valve and shutting that off as well.

  1. Clogged toilets: For toilet clogs, shut off the water supply to the toilet and use a mop to soak up as much of the spillage as possible. This will prevent damage from the water seeping into floor tiles.

  1. Garbage disposal issues: If it’s an emergency involving your garbage disposal, shut off the water and the power to the disposal until we arrive and fix the issue.

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Our emergency plumbing service is available 24 hours 7 days a week 

Plumber's Emergency Kit

  • Use a five gallon bucket as a tool holder. And if a leak springs mid-project, it'll catch the water. A tool caddy can also be attached to the bucket providing a place for everything.

  • Keep a forced cup and a regular plunger handy. Each plunger has its own specific use and provides extra unclogging power.

  • Wrenches are essential in plumbing. A pair of medium sized slip joint pliers and an adjustable wrench should cover most jobs, along with various sized wrenches.

  • A multi-bit screwdriver can reduce the number of tools that need to be carried around on the job.

  • An assortment of Allen keys is very handy and has many uses.

  • Duct tape and leak sealing tape can help out in a plumbing emergency until a permanent fix can be made. Teflon tape will seal up leaks from around threaded connections.

  • A variety of blind caps can help you see your way through repairing a broken valve.

  • Heavy duty paper towels or rags will help clean up water from small leaks.

Emergency Tips

  • Always know where the main water shut-off valve is located in case of a leak.

  • Know how to turn off the water heater. If it's a gas water heater, turn the switch to the "pilot" position.

  • Isolation valves located at each fixture will stop the flow of water to that location. This allows water to continue to service the remainder of the house while the leak is being repaired. It's a good idea to turn on and off each isolation valve in the house at least once a year to keep them in good working condition.

  • Using two wrenches at once turning in opposite directions is called "backing off" and allows the wrench to absorb the stress and not the plumbing.

  • Slip joint pliers can be used to loosen the collar nuts on a drain line.

  • If a supply tube break off is causing a leak, screw in a blind cap to seal off the leak until it can be fixed.

  • Occasionally, the ferrules in a supply tube can get scratched or dented causing water to leak. Use Teflon tape around the ferrule until a permanent repair can be made.

  • Use duct tape or pipe sealing tape to pull together a crack in a pipe, reducing the leak as a temporary solution.

  • A cup plunger can be used for small drains like bath tubs, showers and lavatory sinks. Forced cup plungers have a funnel that can apply extra force down the drain, which is good for sinks or toilets.

  • When unclogging a kitchen sink, use a second plunger to cover the other drain to get the most force to remove the clog.

  • To unclog a toilet, use a forced cup plunger.

  • For bathtub clogs, unscrew the chrome cap — this exposes the entire drain. Once the mechanism is removed, you'll be able to see the clog. Put the plunger on the drain, and then use the second plunger to plug up the tub's overflow. Plunge the drain to remove the clog.

Cases you need to call emergency plumber:

  • Water main break - (time to call Emergency Plumber)

  • Basement drain backed up - (time to call Emergency Plumber)

  • Basement floor drain backup - (time to call Emergency Plumber)

  • Running or clogged toilet - (time to call Emergency Plumber)

  • Broken sewer line - (time to call Emergency Plumber)

  • Water pipe leak - (time to call Emergency Plumber)

  • Storm drain overflow - (time to call Emergency Plumber)

  • Slow main drain - (time to call Emergency Plumber)

  • Slow shower drain - (time to call Emergency Plumber)

  • Slow toilet drain - (time to call Emergency Plumber)