At Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Bergen County, we provide the best plumbers to our customers. Our experts are all fully insured and licensed. The provide in-home estimates before they start work, so you know what you are paying for. We guarantee their workmanship and parts will be the best fit.
Are you experiencing water backup in the sink drain, pools around the shower drain, water draining slowly, toilet water bubbling when the sink is running, drains making gurgling sounds, or foul smells from you drains? If so, you have clogged drains. At Mr. Rooter, we can help with that. We suggest that you try plunging your drains yourself before hiring us.
To clear your drains, turn on the faucet and fill the sink partially. If you have a double sink, be sure to stop the other drain. If you are unclogging a bathroom sink, stop the overflow hole. Use a cap plunger for sinks and a flange plunger for toilets. Move the plunger vertically several times, being sure the keep the plunger straight to get the best suction. If you have tried to unclog your drains to no avail, give us a call to discuss a repair and maintenance plan.
Hydro-jetting (also called water-jetting) technology uses water pressure to clear clogs, debris, and roots from blocked pipes. It works in a similar way to the pressure washer. Hydro-jetting is so effective at cleaning pipes that it leaves them in like-new condition. Hydro-jetting is the easiest and best way to clean your pipes while preventing future blockages. To help maintain the cleanliness of your pipes after water-jetting, add a drain strainer to the shower drain, only flush toilet paper down the toilet, and throw grease and fats away in the trash rather than down the garbage disposal.
Our customer service representatives are standing by 24/7 to schedule your drain-cleaning service and fix that smelly, clogged drain. We understand each drain in your home gets clogged for different reasons and how to fix them.
Your kitchen drains become stopped up with grease, fats, and food. The bathroom drains are mostly clogged by hair, soap, and toothpaste. Utility room drains become plagued by dirt and debris. You may be tempted to fix these problems yourself with drain chemicals, but those products only get rid of the problem for a little while. In the end, the clogs come back, and your drains become corroded and weak. Call one of our professional plumbers today to take care of your drain cleaning needs.