The Roto-Rooter drain cleaning machine was invented in 1933 and two years later, the Roto-Rooter plumbing company was born. Since that day, home and business owners across North America have consistently entrusted us to handle their plumbing needs.
We take pride in knowing that when it comes to clogged drains, our techniques can’t be matched. We know that your time is important, so when your residential or commercial drains become clogged, let us carry the burden for you. Our fast and reliable service will get your drains working properly again so you are free to focus your attention on things that matter most to you.
There are a few things in life that cannot be avoided, such as death, taxes and clogged drains. Drains can become clogged in a home for several reasons; the most common cause is something going down the drain that does not belong there. However, there are several other causes of drain clogs in the home and our technicians are trained and ready to prevent and fix any type of drain clog, including the following:
Main sewer line clog. A lot of homeowners are unaware that, in most cities, they are responsible for the sewer line that touches their property, even if it is underground and several feet away from their house. This means that if a problem with the sewer line near the street causes your drains to back up, you will be responsible for the repairs.
Washing machine clog. Washing a lot of clothes, one load after another, can put a lot of strain on your drains. If you notice that your drains are slower or tend to back up when you are doing laundry, your washing machine may be the problem.
Garbage disposal clog. Regular household garbage disposals can only handle certain materials being put inside them. Potato peels, large pieces of food, cooking grease, oils, and chicken bones can ruin your garbage disposal and cause your drains to back up.
Experiencing a clogged drain occasionally is normal, but if you notice these problems are occurring frequently, call Roto-Rooter for basement, utility room, bathroom, or kitchen drain cleaning; we will come check out the problem. Using our advanced plumbing tools and techniques, we will quickly identify and correct any issue you may encounter.
When most people think of a clogged drain, they picture a home toilet or kitchen sink. The truth is that while commercial drains may not clog as frequently as residential drains, clearing clogs without professional tools can prove to be a challenging task. Our plumbing service professionals are ready to tackle any industrial-size drain clog or plumbing problem that you face. Our staff works around the clock to ensure that we are there whenever we are needed. Give us a call and we will respond quickly and perform only our best quality of work.