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HVAC REPAIRS | PLUMBING REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE | CLOGGED DRAINS | LEAKS | WATER HEATERS
Neps Heating And Cooling, Plumbing
Fix Your Plumbing & Heating Problems Promptly
If you are looking for a reliable and professional HVAC company for your home or business then look no further. NEPS is qualified to assist with not only heating or cooling problems but with any plumbing issues you may have as well.
What we do
We are determined to take care of any plumbing issues you may have.
Servicing the Capital Region of New York
Cohoes NY, Latham NY, Clifton Park NY, Albany NY, Hoosick fall NY, Bennington VT, and the surrounding areas.
Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours
24 Hour Emergency Service CALL (518) 288-5627
Whenever you’re experiencing a plumbing emergency,
Call Neps Heating & Cooling Plumbing Repairs
and we’ll make you our top priority and send our Emergency Response Team to your home absolutely as soon as possible.
Neps Heating & Cooling Plumbing Repairs there are some things you can do, depending on the emergency:
First and foremost Be SAFE. Only do things you can safely do. Stay calm, Neps Emergency Response Team is on the way.
1. Shut Off the Water Immediately
If you have a leak or a busted or ruptured pipe shut off the water. This will hopefully prevent any further damage. Even a seemingly small leak can cause thousands of dollars’ worth of structural damage to your home, so you want to cut off the water supply as soon as possible.
If you have a leaking toilet or faucet, turn off the water going directly to that fixture. If you can’t locate the valve or if the water flow doesn’t stop, the next step is to turn off the water supply to your home. The water shutoff valve should be close to your water meter.
2. Clogged toilets are terrible, STOP using the toilet.
3. Hot Water Heater leaking or malfunctioning shut off the water and turn off power, if you can safely do so.
4. Check for Leaks Some emergencies are less obvious. A pipe leak within a wall or under the flooring may not be easy to spot. However, you can still check for signs of a water leak. This includes stains, mold, dampness, or a musty odor.
5. Create Space
This may include moving shelves or emptying out cabinets. Taking care of this prep work will allow Neps Emergency Response Team to get right to work on solving your plumbing emergency when they arrive. While this step is not a necessity, Neps Emergency Response Team will thank you
6. Damage Control
Start mopping up puddles or laying towels down. If a pipe is still dripping, place a large pot or bucket underneath it. Turn on fans and open windows (If weather permits) so that your home will dry faster.