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Emergency Plumbing in Stuart and Port St. Lucie, FL

Our most common repairs in an emergency include:

  • Leaking faucets
  • Drain clogs
  • Sewer back ups
  • Water heater leaks
  • Burst pipes
  • Slab Leak and repair
  • Washing machine box leaks and burst hoses
  • Outdoor water service leaks and damage
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We offer help with drippy faucets too. It can seem like a simple, do-it-yourself repair, but leaky faucets are often caused by corrosion, worn parts, and other potentially damaging problems. Let a professional, experienced plumber resolve the issue for you. In the end, it will save you time and money.

In the kitchen, a lot can go wrong and not always with the cooking. We’re most often called for backed up disposals and leaky pipes. As plumbers for nearly 30 years, we’ve seen a lot of damage done by odd objects. Here are some items that should go in the garbage instead of your disposal:

  • Pasta
  • Rice
  • Chicken Bones
  • Grease and Oil
  • Celery and other stringy vegetables
  • Coffee Grounds
  • Non-Food items

Art Stover Plumbing has been fixing EMERGENCY plumbing needs for years in our area. We offer reasonable rates, even cheap emergency plumbing service compared to some competitors! The 24/7, 365 day a year service we offer is available in emergency plumbing situations.

Some emergency calls might include:

slide1a Problems with gas lines, burst washing machine hoses, sewer line stoppages, kitchen or disposal drain clog, and bathroom drain clogs, broken water heaters, overflowing toilets, burst pipes, leaks, and more.

Plumbing and drain problems happen at unexpected times. We’re used to holiday calls, issues with house guests, something your toddler flushed that didn’t make it through the pipes!  If you see signs of a backed-up toilet or drain, it’s best to give us a call ASAP. To help even more, make sure you can locate your water shut-off valve so you can stop more damage from happening and many water line problems.