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Mr. Rooter Plumbing Uses Water Pressure to Clean Your Clogs

Mr. Rooter Plumbing Uses Water Pressure to Clean Your Clogs

At Mr. Rooter Plumbing, we offer commercial, residential, and emergency plumbing services for the entire Everett area. Our plumbers are fully licensed and insured. They provide an in-home estimate of the costs before they begin work so you are in on all the details.

Well Pump Services

The well pump pushes water from the bottom of the well to the top, where is can be used in the home. If this pump starts malfunctioning, it affects the water supply to the house. Signs that your well pump is malfunctioning are low water pressure, dirty water, and air “spitting” from the faucet. The best way to prevent well pump malfunctions is to keep your well pump maintained regularly. Call us today to schedule a repair or service appointment. All our appointments are made around your schedule.

Hydro-Jetting

Hydro-jetting is the method of using water pressure to clean out clogs and debris from dirty household drains. It is like a pressure washer for pipes. Water-jetting is the easiest and most effective way to clean out clogs and prevent further blockage issues in your drains. Though hydro-jetting cleans pipes like new, we recommend this service regularly to keep your plumbing system in the best condition. To help keep your drains clean after hydro-jetting, throw grease and fat in the trash rather than the garbage disposal, only flush toilet paper down the toilet, and add a drain strainer to your shower.

Clogged Drains

A clogged drain causes a lot of trouble. You will know a clogged drain when there is water backup in the sink drain, pools of water forming in the shower, water draining slowly, toilet water bubbling when the sink runs, drains making gurgling noises, and foul smells coming from the drains.

Try clearing your drain at home before calling us. To clear your drain, turn on the faucet and fill the sink partially. If you have a double sink, remember to plug the other drain. If you are clearing a bathroom sink, remember to plug the overflow hole. Use a cup plunger in a vertical motion several times to form a strong suction. If you are clearing a toilet, use a flange plunger.

Stay away from using harsh chemicals to get rid of clogs. These products may seem like a cure-all, but they cause corrosion of you drains, which lead to larger problems, such as leaks. If the clogs persist, call us today to schedule regular drain-cleaning services.

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