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Have you noticed water gurgling in your sink? Is there a mysterious sewage odor coming from the drains in your home or business? Have you noticed slow-draining toilets or sinks at your property? All of these can be some of the first signs that there may be a backed-up main water line or clogged sewer at your property. Call Manchester Emergency Plumbing right away to prevent flooding and major health hazards! We have 24-hour plumbing experts who can help you figure out what’s going wrong before things get any worse. Don’t hesitate to call us today!

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Take the time to find all the clean-out points of your sewer system and keep them accessible. Steep pitched and metal roofs are hazardous to walk. If you have either one of these, it becomes necessary to have ground level clean-outs. Be proactive and protect your home. If you would like to stay updated about the many issues that face our homes in the deep south, please subscribe to this channel. There is also informative articles on the facebook page “Southern Home Talk”. Thanks for watching

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When it comes to dealing with backed-up sewage and blocked main water lines, you should never try to risk taking these matters into your own hands. It is always advisable to seek professional help with water line and sewer repairs. At Manchester Emergency Plumbing, we are known for helping customers find top-notch plumbing services in the Manchester, Connecticut area. We know that emergencies can arise at any moment–which is why our team of experienced plumbers is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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