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Have a Plumbing Emergency? Plumbing emergencies can range from leaking pipes and clogged drains to faucets that won't shut off and leaking water heaters. If you have a water leak or overflowing toilet, first, turn off the water supply, then call MacGregor.
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MacGregor's plumbers are highly trained professionals. They arrive on time and provide you with all repair options in easy to understand language. They're experts on all types of plumbing, from simple drain repairs to sewer line repair and tankless water heaters.
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With our Up-Front Pricing – the price we quote is the price you pay. There are never any unexpected charges if the work takes longer than expected. Whether it’s fixing an overflowing toilet, installing new sinks, toilets, showers and garbage disposals, all work and your satisfaction are guaranteed 100%!
Water Shutoff Valves
If a specific plumbing fixture or appliance is leaking or malfunctioning, first look for its shutoff valve and turn it clockwise to turn off the water supply just to the affected system.
The shutoff valve is usually located underneath the toilet or sink. Clothes washers will have two shutoff valves, one each for hot and cold water, often located behind the appliance
If the problem is not with a specific fixture or appliance, or you cannot locate the shutoff valve, locate the main shutoff valve to turn off the water to the entire house. The main shutoff valve will be on the inside where the main water supply pipe enters the house. Turn the valve clockwise to shut it off. If the valve is difficult to turn, most valves can also be closed with a wrench.
For ease of locating your water shutoff valves, MacGregor can tag the valves so you know what valves to shutoff in the event of an emergency.