Emergency Repairs

For emergency repairs call 01506 439291 to speak to a member of staff. If the office is closed, please choose option 3 to be redirected to our out of hours emergency service, SPS. There is also the option to call the out of hours service directly on 0141 225 2842.

Do not use the online reporting service for emergencies.

Do you smell gas or suspect a gas leak? Call 0800 111 999.

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Let us know right away

If an emergency repair needs to be carried out, you should let us know as soon as possible.

You should be ready to tell us your address, the nature of the problem, which room is affected and when you can give access for the repair. Once the repair has been reported, you must stay in your home until our workman arrives.

Is it really an emergency?

The out of hours emergency service is only to be used for genuine emergencies that cannot wait until the next working day. If it is abused, you run the risk of being charged the callout fee.

If you are unsure if a repair qualifies as an emergency repair, please take a look at these examples:

Examples of emergency repairs
  • Any incident that would lead to a serious injury or damage
  • Blocked toilets and wastes where there is no alternative
  • Serious roof leak
  • No water supply
  • Broken handrails to stairs
  • Keys broke in the lock
  • Blocked drains causing a leak or sewage into home
  • Alarms which ring constantly and can't be switched off
  • An insecure property due to broken windows or forced doors
  • No heating during cold periods
  • Faulty smoke or CO detector sounding
  • Loss or partial loss of power (make sure there is credit on your meter)
  • Smoke coming from an electrical fitting
  • Damage from fire
  • Burst pipes, flood or any major escape of water

Not an emergency? Find out how to report a routine repair.

You need to be aware...

  • Before you let anyone into your home to carry out an inspection, repair or gas service, you should check their identity card to ensure they are genuine. If you are not sure, ask them to stay outside and phone our office.
  • If you exaggerate the urgency of the problem to get a quicker response, we may charge you the emergency call out fee.
  • Contractors can refuse to work in your home if they believe their health and safety is at risk or if they experience abusive, threatening or antisocial behaviour towards them.