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Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Houston Saves You Money With Trenchless Repairs
Every Mr. Rooter plumber provides our customers with top-quality services and customer service. We believe that having friendly, professional, uniformed staff is part of what sets us apart. We also provide weekend, evening, and holiday services for any commercial or residential property at no extra cost. Call us anytime for plumbing you can depend on.
Trenchless Sewer Line Repair
Trenchless sewer line repair is a non-invasive option to pipe repair and replacement that won’t tear up your yard or driveway. Traditional sewer line repair will wreak havoc on your property and cost you even more in landscaping. Trenchless takes less than a day to complete, is affordable, and meets all industry standards.
Trenchless pipe repair addresses underground piping beneath landscaping and buildings, blocked or burst pipes, improperly installed pipes that lead to backups and leaks, cracked water pipes caused by movement, damaged pipes caused by ground freezing and thawing, and installation of larger water lines. All the new piping we install has a projected lifespan of 100 years and is code compliant. Our piping is chemical resistant, root resistant, and leak proof.
Leaking pipes are more than just an annoying dripping in your sink; they can cause large amounts of damage if left untreated. It is important that you know the signs of leaks and call us as soon as you suspect any kind of leak.
You can identify toilet and faucet leaks from faucets dripping, rust or water puddles, higher water bills, squeaky faucets, the smell of mold or rot, odd noises, mysterious puddles on the floor, or uneven tiles and floor. Keep an eye out for puddles, raised or uneven floors, unusual sounds, or a restricted supply of hot water. You can tell that the washing machine hose is leaking by a musty or moldy smell in the laundry room, small pools of water, rusted or loose hose connections, or cracked and bulging sections of the hose.
It is also important to be aware of water line and natural gas leaks, as they can be more dangerous. If you smell a rotten egg smell, it could be poisonous natural gas. Make sure your carbon monoxide detectors are working and call us at the first sign something is wrong.