Columbia, Missouri Plumbing Replacement and Installation
No matter how beautiful your home looks, if your plumbing system is not at its optimal functionality, your home cannot stand up to daily life. The last thing anyone wants is to lose their water for days or to have water damage in their home.
Your locally owned and operated, Columbia Mr. Rooter Plumbing has a track record of superior plumbing work and professional courtesy. We are familiar with the nuances of the area’s plumbing systems. Mr. Rooter’s licensed plumbers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for all plumbing emergencies.
Residential Plumbing Installation & Replacement in Columbia and Mid-Missouri
Commercial and Residential Plumbing Services:
As newer technology beefs up the average home’s kitchen faucet, installation can become tricky.
What sounds like a 15-minute project can turn into an all-day marathon without the skill and experience needed for the job.
While a properly working faucet will save you money and conserve your shared resources, a leaky faucet can unknowingly put a leak in your water bill.
A new toilet will instantly upgrade the look of your bathroom while increasing the value of your home.
Prevent potentially massive damage from leaks and toilet floods with a call to a Mr. Rooter licensed plumber today.
If you’re running a faucet for an eternity to get even a drop of hot water, it is past time to replace your water heater. Water heaters usually last around a decade. If you’re experiencing inadequate hot water, loud noises from the water heater, or a leaking water heater, it’s time for a new water heater.
Once you see the way a hot water dispenser benefits your everyday tasks, it will become a luxury you can never live without. Hot water dispensers simplify kitchen cooking and cleaning without adding clutter to your sink space.
Yes, a water heater and boiler are different. If your lack of heated water isn’t the cause of a faulty water heater, your boiler may be to blame. A water heater uses either gas or electricity to heat water continuously. As hot water leaves the tank, cool water comes in.
A boiler is a versatile heating system. Boilers heat water to heat a home and to provide hot water throughout a house. Modern boilers are all high efficiency.
Hard water causes scale buildup, which can slow water flow and damage your pipes, faucets, and fixtures within a year. Scale buildup will damage pipes past the point of repair. The cost and inconvenience of replacing pipes makes a water softener essential.
You’ve found the perfect washer and dryer with a great spin cycle, now it’s time to install them. Improper appliance hook-ups are a leading cause of water damage in homes. Damage that could require wall demolition. Start with an experienced plumber today so you don’t have to call one tomorrow.
A plumbing venting system regulates the air pressure in your home’s plumbing system. Also known as a plumbing air vent, this system removes gas and odors. If your venting system is not working properly, neither will your house’s drainage system. Standing water, slow drainage, or gurgling sounds may be a sign of a blocked vent.
Garbage disposals are an essential luxury to dispose of some food scraps and a lot of cleaning time. A properly installed garbage disposal will last over a decade.
Sump pumps are installed in specially designed sump pits. A sump pump will keep your basement dry and mold free by pumping water out of the pit and away from the home.
Backflow preventers are small fixtures with a heavy impact. Proper backflow systems involve specialized skills to install properly with strict regulations to meet.
Backflow prevention stops water contamination from entering your pipes. Backflow prevention is an inexpensive insurance to keep your water clean and drinkable. Backflow preventions are made to last for more than 50 years.
Plumbing in a New Home
Knowing about the type of pipes in your home will help you as the homeowner to maintain the pipes’ quality.
How often you’re willing to replace the plumbing in your home may play into which pipes you choose for your new home.
These are the main types of plumbing in homes:
- One of the oldest pipe options, brass pipes are best used for gas.
Galvanized steel pipes
- Galvanized steel pipes have a shorter lifespan and a heavier weight compared to other pipes; however, they are one of the most durable pipe options.
- Copper is known for its durability, heat tolerance, and long lifespan and is often found in older homes. While copper pipes costs are known to be higher, their look and longevity are worth it.
- PVC pipes will not rust or break down over time; however, these pipes cannot handle hot water supply lines. These pipes are best for sinks, toilets, and bathtubs.
- PEX pipes are flexible and easy to install and are used in many new plumbing installations.
Repair or Replace Your Home's Plumbing?
Don’t wait until your sink is overflowing with garbage water or your laundry room wall has severe water damage to address plumbing problems. The time to replace pipes or plumbing fixtures is when you first suspect a problem. Listen to your installer’s recommendations for pipe and appliance lifespans.
At Mr. Rooter Plumbing, we believe in full and transparent communication. Our technicians won’t begin work until we tell you how much it will cost and what we will do.
Mr. Rooter Plumbing in Columbia is proud to send our team to your home to provide national quality service with a local’s touch. Our local team of licensed plumbers are happy to assist Columbia and its surrounding area with any plumbing repairs or replacements.
Ready for the Mr. Rooter peace of mind?
Call (573) 303-3922.