What areas do you serve?
Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Long Beach serves the greater Long Beach area, including the cities of Downey, Bell Gardens, Norwalk, Artesia, Cerritos, Bellflower, Lakewood, Hawaiian Gardens, Los Alamitos, Paramount, Seal Beach, Carson, Compton and Signal Hill.
Do you offer water heater repairs in Long Beach, CA?
Yes, we do! At Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Long Beach, we know just how important your water heater is for your home. Your water heater is used daily and you should expect that maintenance and repairs are required regularly. When you hire Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Long Beach for water heater repairs you'll be receiving upfront, cost-efficient, and effective service.
Contact us today to schedule your water heater repair in Long Beach, CA if you're experiencing any of the following:
- The water heater tank is making noises
- Leaking water from the water heater tank
- Taking a long time to heat water
- Not supplying enough hot water for your home
When Should I Call a Plumber in Long Beach?
The top signs you need a professional to help you with a plumbing issue include:
- Suddenly finding no water supply to a tap or toilet - Paid your water bill? Payment issues aside, absent water flow can be indicative of a major leak, and you should call for a plumber immediately when you notice this.
- You notice a sewage smell in your home - This can be a sign of a major sewage backup.
- Your toilet seems constantly clogged or mysteriously overflows - This can be indicative of a few things. If you’re on a septic system, your tank might be full. If you have small children in the house, there may be an item lodged deep inside the toilet. There also may be a clog if someone in the home is flushing down items other than toilet paper–even “flushable” wipes can cause problems.
- Dripping faucets - A common estimate for water loss is that if your tap drips once every ten seconds, you’re paying for 500 extra gallons of water by the end of the year.
- No hot water - A plumber can determine whether you need a water heater repair or an entire replacement.
Of course, there are many other reasons why you may need a plumber. When in doubt, call for advice.
How Does a Plumber Unclog a Toilet?
One of the most common calls we get is is to unclog a toilet. It’s not easily done by everyone, but an experienced plumber can have it done in under five minutes. An auger/snake will typically be used after an initial plunge.
It happens to everyone, and we’ve seen it all. So if you have a stubborn clog, please give us a call, and don’t feel resigned to come up with a solution yourself!
How Long Does a Plumber to Unclog a Drain?
A shallow clog can take just a few minutes to fix. Deeper ones can take hours.
Avoid hassle by calling our Long Beach plumbers for drain or toilet unclogging or any plumbing issue.