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No matter how well you care for your plumbing system, emergencies happen — and never at a convenient time. Whether it’s a clogged toilet in the middle of the night or a broken-down water heater on a weekend or holiday, the situation is the same: Plumbing emergencies are a huge headache! Luckily, if you live or work in Western Washington area the Pacific Northwest’s favorite plumbers  at Harts Services are ready to jump into action and help you minimize the mess.

One of our expert technicians will be available to you seven days a week, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. We answer our phones 24/7 and will have someone out to your property as soon as possible. Furthermore, if we installed it and it’s an emergency — count on a member of our team to be there right away!

The Most Common Plumbing Emergencies

At Harts Services, we’ve seen pretty much every kind of plumbing problem imaginable. When we visit a home or business for emergency plumbing services, here are the most typical issues we tend to find:

  • Clogged toilets caused by too much toilet paper or foreign objects being flushed down the drain.
  • Backed-up drains due to blockages in pipes or sewer lines (buildup of hair, soap scum, corrosion, hard water minerals or interference from tree roots.)
  • Sump pump failure as a result of clogged or frozen discharge lines, loss of power, poor installation or maintenance, switch malfunction, or defective unit.
  • Water heater breakdown due to the advanced age of the unit, corrosion, mineral buildup, and/or improper maintenance.
  • Leaky pipes caused by temperature fluctuations, rust, loose or damaged pipe joints and fittings, clogs, or broken seals within the system.
  • Burst pipes after a deep freeze — or if all those leak-causing issues have been ignored for too long!

Regular plumbing maintenance will help to identify red flags that could turn into plumbing emergencies down the road. However, if you find yourself dealing with any of the above problems, remember you can call Harts Services at any time of the day!