What an Experienced Roto-Rooter Plumber Can Do For You

What an Experienced Roto-Rooter Plumber Can Do For You

Have you ever seen a Roto-Rooter plumber racing across town in the middle of the night? They are available to take care of your needs whether it is the middle of the day or during the nighttime–seven days a week. All you need to do is call and they will be there.

What can Roto-Rooter Do for You?

There are many projects an experienced plumbing specialist can help you complete. With the new technology available, they can even fix your sewer drain pipes without digging them up with a backhoe. The new technology saves you money and the inconvenience of having your front yard dug up.

If you have a septic system installed in your home, you need to have your tank pumped every few years. This project requires the use of a large pump truck that meets standard health and safety codes.  All you need to do is contact your local plumbing specialist and he will be there in a jiffy.

Do you have a sump system in your home? These valuable appliances keep your home from flooding if you live in an area where there is a high water table. During the spring when there are lots of storms and the ground is already saturated by the newly melted snow, the extra ground water can be a burden on homes. Those equipped with a sump pump will stay dry. It is important that you check your sump pump at least once a year. To do this, simply pour a bucket of water into the sump pit. The water should disappear within a few seconds. If it doesn’t, immediately call your plumber to fix or replace the pump.

Does your water heater seem to lack the efficiency it once did when it was new? Because of the build-up of sediment and the possibility of hard-water deposits, you should flush your tank about once every two years. At the same time Roto-Rooter is called to take care of this project, be sure to have your technician replace the anode rod in the tank. This rod helps keep your tank from corroding during normal use. As you can guess, because the hot water tank is made of metal, it will corrode and eventually begin to leak. There is really nothing you can do about that natural occurrence except replace the rod when needed.

Of course, when your faucets leak, be sure to call your friend in the plumbing business. He will be able to either fix the leak by replacing the valve seals or by replacing the valve stems.

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