Your Trusted Emergency Plumbers in Tampa
Having a Plumbing Emergency?
What is a Plumbing Emergency?
Many homeowners and property owners believe that only plumbing issues that lead to a serious flood constitute as a plumbing emergency. But the truth is, any problem with your home’s set up which can cause damage to your property, if left untreated, or that can affect the occupant’s health and well-being can be considered an emergency that requires immediate service. This includes, but is not limited to:
Burst drain pipes, A broken water heater, Clogged drains
Gas leaks, Damaged or corroded sewer lines
How Much Does Emergency Plumbing Service Cost?
At United Plumbing & Drain, our typical service fee is $99. However, if you are in need of immediate assistance, you can expect to pay a $150 (non refundable) emergency plumbing service fee. This will cover the cost of priority and to get one of our Tampa plumbers to your home.
What Does United Plumbing & Drain Cover?
Contact Tampa's Emergency Plumbing Experts TODAY
Typically our service hours are going to look like the following:
However, depending on the severity of the issue you can request one of our plumbers to come in after hours to your home/commercial property. Please call (866) 980-2873 for more details.
We have plumbers in both the northeast and northwest sides of Tampa, FL.
To give a rough estimate, it can take anywhere from 60 minutes to 90 minutes from the time they are dispatched till the time they reach your doorstep.
Please note this is a rough estimate, and a more accurate time frame can be given upon scheduling a visit.
We work with commercial property owners to resolve all types of plumbing emergencies. If you need to schedule a visit please call (866) 980-2873 and let us know how we can best serve your business by indicating the problem, best time frame to arrive, and any additional details our dispatcher and plumbers should know.
We service all types of commercial properties and work with property managers and owners to ensure their issues are resolved. This includes, but is not limited to:
Restaurants, Gas stations, Convenience stores, Retail stores, Nursing homes, Schools, Sports arenas and entertainment venues, Clinics and hospitals