Perfect Climate For Living An Active Life
Winter Park residents thrive with outdoor activities galore, and the city is dedicated to healthy living. Walk, jog, or cycle through neighborhoods on the way to a range of activity centers, schools, and parks. In fact, the city features more than 70 parks providing for green space around virtually every corner. The Mead Botanical Gardens features over 40 acres with bike trails, an amphitheater, and plenty of space to relax and enjoy is listed on the “Great Florida Birding Trail”. Every Saturday, residents have the opportunity to purchase fresh produce, herbs and bakery items at the Winter Park Farmers Market to compliment the wealth of fresh fish available in Florida. Winter Park is also home to one of the nation’s oldest and largest juried art shows, the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival where over 1,000 artists gather from around the world to sell artwork, collaborate, and interact with shoppers. All of these things and more make Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Central Florida proud to be your neighbor.
Electronic Leak Detection In Winter Park Florida
Water leaks can be impossible to ignore, and you may know immediately the location of the leak. Others are tricky, hiding behind walls, under floors, or in the mainline to your home. Damaged pipes and broken seals that create even the smallest seeping leak, can cause tens of thousands of dollars of damage, and may put the health of your family at risk. Water leaks can lead to the development of toxic mold; remediation of mold is an expensive process. Mr. Rooter of Central Florida uses advanced engineering procedures and the latest high-tech electronics to find hidden leaks in your home. If you suspect a water leak in your home, please call us immediately for electronic leak detection. We are available to serve you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Mr. Rooter Plumbing Is Insured, Licensed, And Bonded
Prior to joining the Mr. Rooter family, all technicians go through a background test, and are tested for drug use. We maintain the proper levels of insurance, are bonded, and licensed, meeting all the requirements for the state of Florida. When you have a plumbing crisis, we know the last thing you need is to leave a voicemail; whether you call at 2 p.m. on a Monday, or 2 a.m. on Saturday, you will be greeted by one of our customer service professionals. For emergency repairs like a clogged drain, a broken water heater, or a leak, please call us immediately. We never upcharge for evenings, weekends, or holidays; rest assured that the price you pay at 2:00 a.m. on a Saturday, is the same price you pay at 11:00 a.m. on a Wednesday.
Mr Rooter is equipped with dispatched plumbing trucks and qualified plumbers in all of Orange and Seminole counties. Other cities in Seminole County we provide plumbing service are also listed below:
Altamonte Springs, Bithlo, Casselberry, Chuluota, Fern Park, Forest City, Geneva, Goldenrod, Heathrow, Lake Mary, Longwood, Midway, Oviedo, Wekiwa Springs, Winter Garden and Winter Springs.
Tough clogs putting your drains or toilets out of commission? The experts at Mr. Rooter have the latest tools and technology for eliminating clogs quickly and completely, including a plumbing camera inspection, HydroScrub® technology, and more. When we're through, we'll provide you with the information necessary to prevent those clogs, backups, and expensive repairs from reoccurring.
If you’ve got a backup in the sink, toilet, or shower, there’s no need to be late for work or get your shoes wet. Call Mr. Rooter instead. If your office break room has a backed-up sink, you need it fixed quickly for employee convenience and health reasons. Just alert Mr. Rooter and we’ll be right over. We are confident that we will become your go to plumber for all your home and business-related plumbing needs.
Inspect your home regularly for plumbing leaks. If you find or suspect a pipe leak, under a cabinet or sink, in the basement, behind the washing machine, or anywhere else on your property, contact Mr. Rooter. Pipe leaks can occur over time due to age, use (or disuse), root infiltration, ground settling and, of course, pipe freezing. Here's an energy efficient tip: Insulate your pipes to prevent heat loss (energy waste) and freezing pipes.