The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many services are being provided throughout New York City. On March 20th, when Governor Cuomo put New York on pause, skilled construction trade professionals such as plumbers and electricians were listed as essential workers.
This means that plumbing services are available in all five boroughs at this time. As the pandemic progressed, and non-essential construction work ceased, plumbers who were working on non-essential projects complied with the governor’s order. However, emergency plumbing repairs, such as dealing with burst pipes, gas line problems, or a clogged and overflowing toilet can still be performed. The reason these emergency plumbing repairs can be performed at this time is that they are necessary to protect people’s safety and property. You do not have to live with a dangerous or potentially dangerous plumbing problem. It is totally okay to call the plumber when you need help.
How Our Team is Keeping You Safe During COVID-19
Your health and safety has always been our top priority. That means that our team is proceeding in accordance with CDC and NYS DOH guidance on how to best prevent any exposure. We are capable of providing no-contact service for most plumbing problems: our Master Plumbers and techs are prompt, professional and focused. They will be wearing appropriate PPE on scene as required.
If anyone in your household has COVID-19 or has been exposed to COVID-19 and is currently under quarantine, please let our team know when you’re booking your service call so we can discuss how to best protect everyone.
NYC Plumbing Emergencies: For Commercial & Residential Properties
Your plumbing doesn’t know there’s a pandemic slowing everything down. If you have a problem with your bathroom, kitchen, or utility room plumbing at home – or if there’s anything going wrong in your place of business, including your sprinkler system – call the most experienced, responsive NYC plumber.