Burst Pipe Repair

Burst Pipe Repair

A burst pipe in your home can cause a host of problems for you and your family. If a pipe bursts and water floods your home it can deteriorate your walls and floors, as well as cause other issues. We can get to your home rapidly and our team will effectively address your problem.

Stephens’ plumbing professionals are available 24/7 for bursting needs.

Why Do Frozen Pipes Burst?

The water in your pipes can easily freeze when the temperature drops below the freezing point. This happens because the water sits in the pipeline waiting to be used as to be ready for when you turn on a tap. This freezing in and under your home can lead to the pipes bursting. The pressure that gets put on the pipes by the ice expanding causes this. The expansion of the ice often causes the bursting of pipes in older homes.

Is a Burst Pipe an Emergency?

It is definitely an emergency situation if a pipe in your home has burst and there is water flowing out. A burst pipe is considered a plumbing emergency for two reasons.
First is that it can flood an area. Any electric device near where the pipe is can cause a very dangerous situation for you and your loved ones.
Another reason it is an emergency is that it can overheat drain well systems and water pumps. Also, your home would be without water while the burst pipe is still surging.

How Can I Prevent a Burst Pipe?

Switching your old copper piping to newer types such as PEX products is the best way to prevent a burst pipe. If your house has older pipes that are likely to burst then our experts will be able to switch your piping for you. Keeping the pipes warm with insulation can also help keep the water within your pipes from freezing.
Every day homeowners deal with burst pipes. This emergency should be taken care of right away.

State certified technicians with years of plumbing and gas fitting experience