Yes, our Anderson plumbers are still available to help with your plumbing issues during the COVID-19 crisis. Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Anderson, IN follows CDC-recommended guidelines to protect our customers and our team. Check out our corporate page to learn more about what Mr. Rooter is doing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Anderson, IN provides plumbing repairs, installations, and maintenance.
We can handle the following residential and commercial plumbing services and more:
What areas do you serve?
Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Anderson, IN serves the greater Anderson, IN, area and the cities of Alexandria, Elwood, Frankton, Ingalls, Lapel, Markleville, Orestes, and Pendleton.
What is residential plumbing?
Residential plumbing is any type of plumbing service concerned with a person’s home. Our Anderson plumbers can fix everything from clogged drains to frozen pipes to new fixture installations. Whether you need an old plumbing system repaired or replaced or you’re installing plumbing in a newly constructed home, we can help. If you have any type of home plumbing repair or fix, call us at any time, 24/7. We offer upfront, flat-rate fees for our services, meaning your bill will not change no matter how long it takes us to finish the job.
What are the most common plumbing repairs?
The most common plumbing repairs include unclogging toilets and drains, fixing leaking pipes and fixtures, replacing worn-out parts such as washers and valves, and installing new fixtures. These types of repairs are relatively easy for our Anderson plumbers and can usually be completed in one visit.
How do you know if pipes need to be replaced?
If you have an old home with aging pipes, it may be time for them to be replaced. The best way to tell is by looking at the pipes themselves—if they are corroded or rusty, they likely need replacing. If there is water damage due to a broken pipe or other issue, that could also indicate that it needs replacing.To be safe, contact one of our Anderson plumbers for an inspection if you think your pipes may need replacing or repairing.
What is one easy way to check for plumbing leaks in the home?
One of the easiest ways to check for plumbing leaks in your home is by turning off all appliances that use water (such as dishwashers or washing machines) and then checking your water meter before and after a few hours have passed. If the reading has changed even slightly during this period of time, there could be a plumbing leak somewhere in your home. It’s important to call a professional immediately if this happens as leaks can cause significant damage over time.
Looking for a reliable Anderson plumbers? To schedule your service, dial Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Anderson, IN or get in touch with us online. We arrive on time, and keep your house tidy.