Ottawa, Canada, August 08, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The company’s team is offering plumbing emergency preparedness guidance to ensure their clients reduce their repair costs and protect their families for the long-term future.
A plumbing emergency can occur at any time. It could be a leak within a ceiling space or a broken toilet, but the most important factor is how the homeowner responds to this plumbing emergency. And that’s the type of guidance now being offered through the team at John the Plumber. The Ottawa-based plumbing company is now guiding their clients on how to respond in case of a plumbing emergency. Their guidance will help ensure homeowners and their families are ready to adeptly to respond to every plumbing emergency issue.
As part of their guidance, the John the Plumber team recommends that homeowners immediately stop the flow of water within the home. This means homeowners should turn off the water mains in the home or the shut-off valve if the problem is related to an appliance. The company then recommends that homeowners contact a plumbing emergency specialist immediately once the water has been shut off. The specialist should be local to the Ottawa area to ensure they can provide a quick response that could help prevent significant damage. By acting quickly and responsibly in this type of scenario, homeowners can ensure the structural integrity of their property for years to come.
To learn more on the latest emergency preparedness tips from John the Plumber, please contact their office team at 613-227-7465 or visit their business website at www.johntheplumber.ca.