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Here at LOVETT we get a lot of questions about what emergency services that we offer. Here is a great list of the services that we offer that you can refer to. We are a 24/7/365 emergency service company. Please let us know if there is anything that we can assist you with!! EMERGENCY SERVICES THE WINTER WEATHER IS UPON US AND SO ARE THE UNEXPECTED EMERGENCIES 24/7 365 WE'RE FASTER TO ANY DISASTER 24/7 365 Parts Service Availability Plumbing Services Hydro Jetting Emergency Leak/Spot Repair Vacuum Truck Services Sewer Rehab Services Directional Drilling Catch Basin Cleaning Water Extraction Rain Drain Cleaning Oil Spill Cleanup Contech Storm Water Services Building Restoration and Waterproofing Drain Cleaning Services Electrical Services 24/7 365 EMERGENCY SERVICECALL NOW

Emergency Plumbing Tips for the Fall Season

The Oregon rain and stormy weather is upon us. Don't procrastinate stay ahead of the curve and help prevent costly repairs. Here are 10 DIY tips to help protect your home and save you during the winter months! 10 FALL PLUMBING TIPS: 1. Gutters and Downspouts -Cleaning your gutters and downspouts should be done at least twice a year to help prevent clogging and flooding.  If you are going to clean the downspouts and gutters be sure to have the right tools for the job. 2. Garden Hoses -Unhooking and draining your garden hose is an important task before the winter months arrive. To drain the hose yourself you can blow on one end of the hose and drain the remaining water in the hose...

Plumbing Tip

Q: What should I do if my toilet is clogged? A: Firstly, it’s important to know what you absolutely should not do when you’ve got a blocked toilet, which is to flush it to try and clear the obstruction. Doing this could cause the toilet to overflow and flood the bathroom, causing damage which could push your repair bill even higher. Instead, your first action should be to use a plunger to try to draw out the blockage and encourage it to progress through the pipes. You should push the plunger firmly down into the toilet then pull slowly upwards, creating vacuum in the head. You’ll often need to repeat this around ten times - you’ll know the blockage has been removed as you’ll hear...