Licensed Plumbers in Post Falls
When your plumbing goes out, your pipes bust a leak or your sink overflows, it is challenging to know who to call! With so many plumbers to choose from, how do you know you are choosing one that will do the job correctly, efficiently and at a fair price? The friendly professionals at Mr. Rooter can do all your plumbing jobs and do them with knowledge and experience you can trust. There are a lot of details in every plumbing system, so you have to trust that who you hire will have the experience, training and tools to do the job correctly the first time. At Mr. Rooter, all of our plumbers are licensed, bonded, insured and have the knowledge and equipment to perform any job completely and safely. We are certified to work on the installation, repair and maintenance of all your plumbing projects. This includes not only your pipes and drains but also your fixtures and appliances. The fixtures we specialize in are all of your sinks, toilets, tubs and showers and the appliances we can install or repair for you include your washer, dryer, dishwasher, garbage disposal and water heater. In Post Falls, when you need a plumber for an appliance installation, a leaky faucet or a middle of the night plumbing emergency, Mr. Rooter is on the job.We will show up on time, work quickly without compromising our work and clean up before we finish, all the while showing you the excellent customer service that we have become known for. We will prove to you why, “There’s a reason they call us Mr!”
Drain Cleaning Service
When you think of Mr. Rooter, you probably think of plumbing and pipes, but you may not know that one of our specialties is drain cleaning. The drains in your home work very hard to deliver and wash away the water that runs into and away from your home every day and so they can benefit from a cleaning now and then. Unfortunately, many of our clients do not call us for a preventative drain cleaning but rather in response to a drain being clogged, overflowing or just draining slowly. If this is the case, we will certainly work our hardest to get your drains flowing smoothly again as soon as possible. However, call us today for an inspection and cleaning of your drains before a problem occurs! We have specialized equipment that can evaluate and determine what kind of cleaning your drains need and we will quickly get the job done. How often your drains need to be cleaned varies, depending upon how many people live in your house and what you use your drains for. In the kitchen, oil and grease and food are the likely culprits for your drain clogs while in the bathroom it is hair, toothpaste, dirt and soap. Floor drains also need to be cleaned, as they accumulate dirt, leaves, grime and anything else that is accidentally dropped into them. Without a proper routine cleaning, all of these drains will eventually fail to work which will lead your home to not operating as well as you need it to. Call the professionals at Post Falls Mr. Rooter today for your drain cleaning appointment!
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.