Licensed Plumbers in Grants Pass
Mr. Rooter Plumbing and Drain Cleaning of Josephine County offers a complete line of plumbing, drain, septic, and water heater services and installation to homes and businesses in Josephine County through our Grants Pass office. Our plumbing and drain experts deliver fast, friendly plumbing services from minor leak repairs and drainage clogs to septic tank and drain field repair and installation.
You can count on our knowledgeable professionals to resolve your plumbing or drain issue quickly and accurately anytime with no extra fees. An experienced technician will respond quickly to your problem, provide a complete analysis of your plumbing and drain system, and give you a written estimate before starting any work. You can be assured that the issue will be fixed right the first time.
Mr. Rooter offers the best products and latest technologies and services to help you keep your pipes, drains, septic, and leach fields operating smoothly. And all repairs and installations are covered by one of the best parts and service guarantees in the plumbing industry. Call Mr. Rooter of Grants Pass today and see why we are the most referred plumbing company in Josephine County.
Tough clogs putting your drains or toilets out of commission? The experts at Mr. Rooter have the latest tools and technology for eliminating clogs quickly and completely, including a plumbing camera inspection, HydroScrub® technology, and more. When we're through, we'll provide you with the information necessary to prevent those clogs, backups, and expensive repairs from reoccurring.
If you’ve got a backup in the sink, toilet, or shower, there’s no need to be late for work or get your shoes wet. Call Mr. Rooter instead. If your office break room has a backed-up sink, you need it fixed quickly for employee convenience and health reasons. Just alert Mr. Rooter and we’ll be right over. We are confident that we will become your go-to plumber for all your home and business-related plumbing needs.
Inspect your home regularly for plumbing leaks. If you find or suspect a pipe leak, under a cabinet or sink, in the basement, behind the washing machine, or anywhere else on your property, contact Mr. Rooter. Pipe leaks can occur over time due to age, use (or disuse), root infiltration, ground settling and, of course, pipe freezing. Here's an energy efficient tip: Insulate your pipes to prevent heat loss (energy waste) and freezing pipes.