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Protect Your Family with Emergency Valve Tagging

As the holidays approach, our Brooklyn neighbors will want to ensure the safety of their homes. In the event of a plumbing or natural gas emergency, will they know what to do?

Water, water, everywhere…

When it comes to a plumbing emergency, you need to use your home’s main shut-off valve to stop the flow of water immediately. Every minute counts when it comes to protecting your home and belongings. You do know which valve is which, though, don’t you?

Have no fear. It’s a common problem with a very simple solution. Valve tagging is an easy way to make sure you will respond appropriately in the event of the emergency. We can help.

Petri Plumbing & Heating, Brooklyn’s family plumber, provides a free emergency valve tagging service. We will make sure that each valve is labeled in your home, making it easier for you to find the right one should the need arise. Valued at $295, our emergency valve tagging is free. We take protecting our neighbors seriously.

Once a leak has been stopped, Petri Plumbing is there for you. We’re available 24/7 to come out and fix the problem. Our expert technicians and also offer advice on the steps to take to minimize further damage to your home.

Natural gas

Not all emergencies can be solved by valve tagging, though. Damaged or leaking gas lines can threaten not only your home but your life. It pays to be safe. If you smell rotten eggs, leave your house or apartment immediately. Afterward, call 911 and your gas company to report the leak. After you’ve contacted the authorities, give Petri Plumbing a call for professional gas line repair services.

We can help

It’s our job at Petri Plumbing & Heating to help protect your safety and the value of your home. Call to make an appointment for gas line services or a free emergency valve tagging in Brooklyn or surrounding areas today at (718) 748-1254.

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