Emergency plumbing: prices and services
When is emergency plumbing necessary? In emergencies, always. But also when you start noticing a malfunction in the hydraulic or thermo-hydraulic system. In fact, the secret to saving money on the hydraulic price estimate is to anticipate the breakdown. Preventive maintenance is a determining factor which, however, is sometimes not enough, and in those cases, timeliness is everything. For this reason, the hydraulic emergency services guarantee availability even on holidays and at night and rapid response in the area of competence. Sudden flooding due to faults on the hydraulic connections, blockages of the drains, blockages of the boiler creates inconvenience and collateral damage that require quick solutions to avoid even more expensive costs.
Plumbing and thermo-hydraulic systems are complex systems, consisting of pipes and fittings, which guarantee the use of hydraulically operated appliances, sinks, and sanitary ware, thanks to the transport of water from the central meter to the various loading points. The wear of time and the normal consumption of materials inevitably lead to possible breakages and sudden failures. The domestic plumbing and heating system, on the other hand, guarantees the production of DHW (domestic hot water) necessary for the heating system and for daily use. For risk-free management, we recommend annual routine maintenance before the arrival of the cold winter season.
Knowing therefore how a plumbing system is composed allows us to have greater control of the situation in the unfortunate event of the unexpected. Calling a technician or professional in an emergency will be all the more effective the more useful information you are able to provide before arriving on site. Here are the main components of a plumbing and thermo-hydraulic system:
Supply network and drainage network: the system of pipes used to transport water inside the house and duct for the disposal of clear or dark water after use.
Pipes: these are the key elements of the plumbing system and can be made of different materials (copper, steel, propylene). The pipes are usually coated with neoprene which prevents corrosion, condensation in case of cold water transport, and heat dispersion with hot water.
Taps and sanitary fixtures: these are the elements responsible for delivering or containing water, connected to the drains to dispose of it after use.
Boiler or water heater: the hydroelectric system used for the production of hot water for both domestic use and possibly for the single heating system.