Keeping your family safe, healthy and comfortable is as much of a priority to us as it is to you. We want your home’s equipment to work reliably every time you need it. That’s why Pro Service Mechanical in Saskatoon, SK keeps experienced techs at-the-ready 24/7!
Our certified professionals maintain a quick response time for your emergency plumbing or heating needs. We help both homeowners and business owners and have a strong A+ reputation with the BBB. You can expect personalized care, upfront pricing and fast results from our family-run business!
The only way to avoid a breakdown is with proper check-ups on your equipment. Ask about our furnace maintenance service!
The Effects of Malfunctioning Plumbing
Emergency plumbing or heating repairs aren’t just for your comfort. When your system goes out, many factors are at stake.
Properly working plumbing brings clean, safe water into your home and removes dangerous waste-water out. When pipes, faucets or appliances have a problem, they can damage your home and put your family’s health in danger.
Burst pipes and unclean water are nothing to mess with. When you need plumbing help in Saskatoon, don’t hesitate to call!
What’s Considered a Furnace Emergency?
During extreme hot or cold weather, your HVAC system is working hard to maintain comfortable temperatures in your home. You might notice a noisy furnace or poorly performing equipment. These little annoyances are just a small indicator of a bigger problem. But be warned, these warning signs can lead to:
- Severe Refrigerant Leaks
- Electrical Issues
- Potential Fire
- Burst Pipes
- Gas Leaks
This isn’t to scare you, but to advise you. Take these warning signs seriously! Let a licensed and insured professional inspect your equipment for potential risks.
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What Should You Do Before We Arrive?
When you call Pro Service Mechanical, we’ll mobilize a certified and insured professional right away to get your emergency under control.
Before your tech arrives, move anything out of the way that might block access to problem equipment. If you suspect a problem with a gas appliance, or you’re worried about a possible gas leak, open all doors and windows and leave the house.
If there is a major leak or flooding, use the main shutoff valve to stop the water flow. Place buckets wherever needed and mop up any water before damage occurs to your surfaces.