When you need the services of an emergency plumber in the Sydney area, Graham and Sons is available by telephone at 1300 205 523.
Losing electric power is much more than an inconvenience in the modern world. It can also prove to be very costly, cause you to lose hundreds of dollars, and possibly witness interruptions of your working schedule as well. Electronics are so prevalent in today’s world that a regular flow of electricity through the wires not only permits us to read after dark or watch television, but can also be critical to maintaining contact with your clients and colleagues.
Even a power loss of a few hours can disrupt your home existence to an unpleasant degree. For example, there are practically no people in the industrialized portions of the globe who do not make use of refrigerators to keep their food fresh.
Refrigeration is a vital technology – not only can spoiled foods make us sick immediately, but the stomach cancer rates are far higher in areas of the world where refrigerators are rare, indicating that there are dangerous long term consequences to eating food kept without proper cooling as well.
In the warmth of a New South Wales summer, a loss of electricity for more than a few hours can result in your needing to throw out everything contained in your refrigerator, even after power is restored. Meat, for example, is probably unsafe to eat if you can smell it while it is raw, even if the odor is “meaty” rather than actually putrid. Frozen goods will be ruined as well, possibly melting and creating an unspeakable mess unless they are pre-emptively consigned to the trash can.
Fortunately, if the plumbing failure is localized to your house – a burned out wire, a blown fuse, and so on – then the services of an emergency plumber from Graham and Sons are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week year round. We will dispatch a highly trained, experienced plumber to your aid at any time of the day or night, and probably get your electricity back on line before the food in your refrigerator has a chance to spoil.
* Between 8.30am - 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.