You get up and go to work and all is right with your home, and your world. You work your normal 12 hour day, pick up some dinner on the way home, and walk into your front door and it’s like walking into a lake. Somehow, somewhere, and someway a couple of pipes busted during the 12 hours that you were gone, and now your home is underwater and it’s way after 5pm, so all of the plumbers have gone home. Luckily, there is such a thing as an Emergency Plumber in Lubbock, who will come out and get the job done quickly for you. There are a few things that you might want to do while you are waiting on him to get to your home however, before mildew and rot start to set in.
Before you call the Emergency Plumber Lubbock, you will want to find and shut off the main valve to your water so that the water doesn’t continue to pour into your home from your broken pipes.
Once you have turned off the water, you will want to open all of the doors and windows in the home to start drying the place out. If you have any box fans set them up, turn them on, and point them towards the floor and turn on any ceiling fans as well. This will help with the drying out of the house before mildew and mold take hold and ruin everything.
Once you have your fans set up, it’s time to pick up all of the trash, papers, and other things that have been ruined by the flooding and throw them away. You will want to set aside any valuables that you might be able to save for examination later on, when you aren’t as busy.
Now, grab a broom while you are waiting on the Emergency Plumber in Lubbock to arrive and sweep as much of the water as you can out one of your open doors. Once that is finished, grab a mop and at least try to mop up the floors that aren’t carpeted while you are waiting for the Emergency Plumber in Lubbock to arrive.
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