Offering a fast response across Birmingham
Whether you live in Northfield, Selly Oak, Kings Norton, Bournville, Kings Heath, Barnt Green, Redditch, Edgbaston, Harborne, our team can be with you within 1 - 4 hours. Our emergency number is monitored 24/7 and as soon as our emergency plumbers arrive, they will be able to diagnose and fix the issue, after agreeing on a price with you.
Tips on how to isolate your water supply
If you have a faulty tap or burst pipe, find your internal stopcock and turn it off.
If you have a problem with a tank or cylinder, turn off any power to it, find the internal stopcock and turn it off. Turn on all your taps and let the tank or tanks drain down through the taps instead of your ceiling. This will minimise the damage until we get there.
If your internal stopcock does not work correctly you will need to turn off the stopcock in the street.
A simple way to isolate your water supply in an emergency
Have you had a problem finding or turning off your water in an emergency?
Have you had trouble remembering where the stopcock is and then finding it behind a cupboard full of stuff that needs to be removed while water is pouring from a faulty tap etc.?
Have you tried to turn the stopcock off and it’s jammed?
A simple peace of mind solution is to fit a Surestop. This simple device looks and works just like a light switch (but without any electricity) turning off your water at a flick of a switch.