Numerous plumbing issues could arise in your home if you do not take the proper steps to prevent them. You may notice leaks and drips coming from your faucets. You might have a toilet that seems to clog continually. You might notice hot water heater problems, evident from the fact that your hot water runs out much quicker than it used to. Perhaps you have a kitchen sink that has not drained properly since your aunt poured bacon grease down the food disposer last month. You may have had an inkling she was wrong when she stated that modern food disposers would get rid of anything!
When you notice plumbing problems, your first reaction should be to call professionals. Roto-Rooter employs honest, hardworking technicians who have the know-how to get your plumbing system back up and running in no time.
When the plumber shows up, he or she will be ready to diagnose your problem. Our technician will check the situation and provide a detailed estimate of all costs, which include labor and parts. Because Roto-Rooter vans are loaded with every conceivable plumbing part, your repair will not take long because the technician won’t have to chase all over town looking for an elusive part.
All our plumbers wear shoe coverings to protect your home from dirt. We consider your home as precious as our own and want to keep it looking as nice as possible.
When you show the technician your utility room downstairs, you should explain the hot water heater problems you have been experiencing. If you have flushed your system and changed the anode rod every few years since your heater was installed many years ago, the technician will likely be impressed. However, if your heater is older than ten years, he or she may recommend that you replace it since the average lifespan of a water heater is 11 years. After all, there’s no sense putting a lot of money into a water heater that is near the end of its expected life.
The technician will likely recommend that you purchase a new, efficient water heater system. One of the most popular types these days are the tankless water heaters. They are more energy efficient because they only heat water as needed, instead of heating it constantly. There are also fewer moving parts to a tankless heater, so they can be a better option for long-term use. Also, if you are short on space, a tankless water heater will be best, because it is smaller than the average tank water heater.
If you have any questions on what type of water heater to buy, your Roto-Rooter technician is the best resource.
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