emergencies can happen at any time and there may be days when your local
plumber cannot get to your home right away.
Knowing more about plumbing and having your own plumbing emergency kit will
surely help you to control things until your plumber arrives.
Plumbing Emergency Kit:
five gallon bucket – If you do not have a tool box or do not want to spend some
money on one, you can always use a five gallon bucket to keep all your tools in
one place. A bucket will also be easy to
move around and have it close by when you need it the most.
plunger and force cup – If you need to unclog something, having these tools
available will help you a lot.
variety of wrenches – These come in handy for plumbing projects.
multi-bit screwdriver – This will require less tools for your emergency kit and
will help you a lot too.
Allen keys – These are also extremely handy in plumbing emergencies.
tape – This will allow you to cover leaks momentarily.
caps – These are useful for fixing some valves that need repairing.
paper towels – These are extremely useful for cleaning up water or other messes.
So if you
want to be well prepared and not suffer when those home threatening plumbing
emergencies occur, consider building your own emergency kit for these occasions
and you will see how you can prevent some problems from becoming even tougher
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