Which Plumbers Do You Trust?

Which Plumbers Do You Trust?

When a plumbing issue arises at your house, which plumbers can you rely on to resolve the issue quickly, efficiently, and affordably? If the hot water heater breaks down during your morning shower and you are stuck bathing with glacier runoff, who are you going to call? After the main water line bursts in the basement and starts to flood your house, who do you trust to get things back in order? Your answer should be a resounding, "Roto-Rooter!" Our certified and trained technicians are experts when it comes to troubleshooting and repairing plumbing issues. On top of a huge network of awesome technicians that can be dispatched anytime of day, we also provide customers with a huge array of products, tools, and materials needed to get repairs done quickly and easily. No matter what your need is, we have your back. If that isn’t enough, we've taken it upon ourselves to give you valuable tips and tricks to help you maximize your own efforts at home to maintain your plumbing system.

Water Heaters

Water heaters can be especially fussy when they get dirty. While they are workhorses that labor around the clock for years without problems, it is important to keep them clean to avoid failures. One part inside of a water heater that many people do not know about is the anode rod. This piece of technology is responsible for keeping the water tank as clean as possible. While it is hard to explain exactly how it works, it seems to keep dirt and other debris from staying around too long. Every couple of years, though, it needs to be replaced. The best time to do this is during a system flush.

Bursting Water Lines

One of the worst problems that plumbers run into is bursting water lines. While there are a lot of different things that can cause a waterline to burst, one that you might not have thought about is water pressure. The optimal pressure level of home plumbing systems is anything between 40-50 psi. If, however, pressure rises above 60 psi for an extended period of time, plumbing will start to experience failure at an alarming rate. In fact, pipelines can quickly start to develop serious leaks. To resolve this issue, have a Roto-Rooter technician come out to the property and perform a few tweaks and adjustments to the water regulator. This should get water pressure back down to a normal level.

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