Plumbing Repair in Bend, OR
Emergency Plumbers in Bend, Oregon
When you choose Mr. Rooter, the plumbing repair you need is not long away. We have technicians in your area who can get the job done during the first visit by using premium products and paying attention to details. Our flat-rate fees are just what you need to ensure that the repairs are cost-effective, and with guaranteed workmanship and parts, we’re the plumbers you deserve.
Experienced Plumbing Repair Services Near You
From minor inconveniences to major emergency services, if your plumbing is causing stress, our team can help.
Here are just some of the plumbing issues we have solutions for:
- Sump Pump Overflowing
- Sewer System Backup
- Continuously Running Toilet
- Clogged Toilets and Drains
- Water Pressure Problems
- Frozen or Leaky Pipes
- Water Line Repair and Replacement
Searching for a company you can trust with your home’s plumbing system shouldn’t be a hassle. Keep your home and family safe all year round by calling our reliable experts at (541) 239-3826 for routine maintenance checks and handling any problems that arise.
Common Plumbing Problems in Bend, OR
Low Water Pressure – When just one faucet seems to be providing less pressure than normal, it could be a smaller issue relating to the aerator needing to be cleaned. But if you’re noticing that your showers have been sub-par and a couple of your sinks are spouting out less water than normal, it’s a solid indication that something may be clogging your pipes.
Frozen Pipes – When no water emerges from your faucets, especially in winter, it’s a sign that your pipes may be frozen – and that calls for an emergency plumber. Bend, Oregon gets colder than most places in the state during winter, making this more of a common occurrence than you may think. We recommend that you not to try thawing the pipes yourself, because this can cause cracks or burst pipes that will ultimately make the situation worse.
Persistent smells from the drain – It’s normal to experience some smells as you’re regularly using kitchen and bathroom sinks due to the bacteria hanging around, but if there’s a sudden foul smell or one that won’t go away, it may be a sign of a broken sewer pipe under the house.
Peeling or bubbling paint – Especially common in bathrooms, this is an indication of moisture (along with brown or other discolored spots) likely due to a leak somewhere that needs to be found before it continues spreading and causing damage.
Consistently clogged toilet – We’ve all had to bring out the plunger every so often, but if you find that you’re using it to unclog the toilet more and more often, it could be a sign of a backup. It’s best to schedule an inspection once you notice this because it could be a sign of a clogged sewer – and you’re not going to want that coming back up.
Discolored pipes – This is a sneaky problem to watch for. Keep an eye on your pipes under the sink or in the basement. If they’re becoming discolored (especially anywhere the pipes connect), it may be a minor dripping issue, or potentially a major problem like a supply line leak.
We Love Our Customers in Bend, OR
Our locally owned and operated company will be committed to your satisfaction from start to finish, performing high-quality work in a timely manner. We'll meet with you when it's most convenient for you, and we provide 24/7 emergency plumbing service. Backed by a nationally trusted name, our network has satisfied millions of customers across the country with the work of licensed and punctual plumbers.