Round Rock Plumbers Near You
Round Rock Plumbing & Drain Solutions: Licensed Helotes Plumber Providing Emergency Plumbing and Drain Services Available 24/7
Roto-Rooter plumbers in Round Rock provide full service plumbing services, including sump pump repair, water heater services, and drain cleaning. Roto-Rooter's Round Rock plumbers offer residential and commercial plumbing services that customers depend on for all of their local plumbing needs.
The hot, humid summers and mild, cool winters in Round Rock are typical in this part of Texas. Plumbing disasters can strike when tree roots search for water in drain pipes during the hot months. Homeowners and businesses rely on the emergency plumbers at Roto-Rooter to fix all types of plumbing and drain problems—fast and professionally. Our specialty is 24-hour emergency services, every day of the year, even on nights, weekends and holidays!
Trusted and recommended since 1935, Roto-Rooter is the premier provider of plumbing and drain cleaning services in Round Rock, TX. We stand by our estimates and guarantee our work. Your call will be answered by a trained customer service representative who will handle your request quickly and schedule service at your convenience 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Why Choose Roto-Rooter
We'll take care of all plumbing and water cleanup needs.
- Full Service Plumbing, Drain Cleaning & Water Cleanup
- Emergency Service
- Available 24/7
- Trusted & Recommended since 1935
- Licensed & Insured
Serving the entire Round Rock metro area, Including:
Roto-Rooter Water Damage Restoration Services
When water doesn't stay where it's supposed to, our Round Rock water damage restoration experts are at-the-ready to handle flooded basements, broken pipes, overflowing tubs and toilets, heavy rains, sewer line backups and other water issues. Roto-Rooter's IICRC certified water cleanup professionals are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and will respond quickly to minimize damage to your property.
Do Roto-Rooter plumbers in Round Rock wear PPE? And do they take safety precautions by providing zero contact service during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Watch Roto-Rooter's Zero-Contact video. Our Round Rock plumbers and service technicians wear personal protective equipment (PPE) such as face masks, disposable gloves, and boot covers. If necessary, they may wear face shields and safety glasses too. Roto-Rooter of Round Rock follows CDC and OSHA guidelines to protect its employees, customers, and communities. Roto-Rooter plumbers disinfect touchpoints every step of the way. They'll even put on a fresh set of gloves before handling your credit card and paperwork.
Does Roto-Rooter in Round Rock have any coupons or discounts?
Yes, Roto-Rooter in Round Rock offers a variety of coupons for both plumbing and drain service. Visit the coupons section of our website.
What are Roto-Rooter's hours of operation, and are they open on Saturdays and Sundays?
Roto-Rooter provides 24/7 service on Saturdays and Sundays. Call 512-371-5797 or schedule service online via our website.
What services does Roto-Rooter in Round Rock provide?
As an essential service provider, Roto-Rooter in Round Rock provides plumbing, drain cleaning and water cleanup services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. From emergency water removal services to leak repairs and toilet installations, we have you covered. Trusted since 1935, Roto-Rooter experts can help with any plumbing or water-related service you may come across such as water heater repair and installation, clogged drains, sewer line inspections, sump pump service, bathroom/kitchen plumbing repair and installation, and so much more.
How to prevent frozen pipes and what to do if they freeze?
Wrap water supply pipes with foam pipe insulation sleeves. Use heat tape on the most vulnerable pipes. Disconnect outside water hoses then cover outdoor faucets with foam insulation kits to prevent them from freezing. Open cabinet doors beneath sinks to so warm air will circulate around pipes. Allow water to trickle from faucets when temperatures drop below freezing. Keep furnace set no lower than 55 degrees Fahrenheit. If your pipes have already frozen, use a hair dryer to thaw the pipe. Point a space heater at the pipe or the wall containing the frozen pipe. Never use an open flame to heat a pipe! If necessary, call a plumber to thaw pipes. If a frozen pipe has burst, turn off the main water supply valve in the house and open faucets to relieve pressure and minimize damage.
Recent Customer Reviews
They were friendly and professionalJennifer N.
Ken arrived on time, went straight to work, and was very knowledgeable about our plumbing issue!Blake S.
Technician was friendly and fixed the job very quickly. Will definitely use again.Andrea P.
Memberships & Affilations
Proud Member of:
- Austin Apartment Association