Drain Cleaning Services
With regular upkeep, you can reduce the likelihood of clogs, burst pipes and corrosion that can seriously damage your pipes. Annual drain cleaning maintenance is the best way to increase your pipes' longevity and prevent emergencies. At Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Central Long Island, we offer comprehensive drain cleaning services. We only use the most cutting-edge technology to clean your drains: our HydroScrub® Jetting service. This tool works by shooting a highly pressurized stream of water through your pipes to dislodge even the most stubborn clogs and seriously built-up grime from your pipes. We pair our HydroScrub® Jetting with our Enzymatic Drain Care solution, which is an eco-friendly cleaning agent that scrubs any remaining residue from your pipes. By investing in regular drain cleaning services, you can prevent plumbing headaches down the road.
Clogs are annoying. They get in the way of completing daily tasks and chores like using the toilet and washing dishes, and are often accompanied by terrible smells. Without regular cleaning maintenance, you'll likely have to deal with clogs from time to time. It's natural for clogs to form in our sinks and shower drains because of constant use, grease, food scraps, soap, hair and other things that collect in your pipes. These substances accumulate over time and eventually block the drain. If you suspect you have a clog, it’s very important to call the pros at Mr. Rooter as soon as possible. If they're not properly cleared, clogs will worsen and possibly cause serious damage to your plumbing—maybe even bursting pipes and leaking. Also, if you have multiple clogs in your home this is a very serious problem that needs to be addressed right away. Multiple clogs may indicate a block deep within your system (perhaps even in your sewer line).
When you have a backed-up drain, it's usually quite apparent. Other times, clogged pipes can form seemingly out of nowhere. That’s why all homeowners should be aware of the following signs of clogged drains. If you notice any of the following, call our offices immediately.
- The toilet bubbles when you use the sink
- Your hear gurgling noises
- You see pools of water on the floor by your bathtub or sink
- Your drains take a while to empty
- There is standing water in the sink
- You smell sewage or rot coming from your sinks or bathtub
Hot Water Heater Repair & Installation
When you don't have access to hot water, it can leave you feeling annoyed, dirty and cold. If your water doesn’t heat up (regardless of how long you run it), then you likely have a problem with your hot water heater. Our plumbing experts will take a look at the machine, diagnose the problem and let you know what we think is the best solution to fix it. Then, whether you decide to replace or repair the machine, we'll promptly complete the job. Water heaters are complex pieces of technology, so it's very important to call in a professional to complete the repairs or the replacement service. Our team of experts are pros at repairing and/or replacing damaged water heaters.
We can install a range of water heaters, including:
Along with no access to hot water, there are a number of other red flags that mean it's time your water heater was looked at by a professional, these include:
- Bad smelling water
- No hot water
- Leaking tank
- Noisy water tank
- Not enough hot water
Hire One of Our Plumbing Experts Today!
When you hire the team at Mr. Rooter of Central Long Island, you can expect dependable service, high quality craftsmanship and genuine respect. We're a family-owned, local business, so we truly care about our community. We want to create a memorable experience for all of our clients. Our goal is to build long-standing relationships with our customers, so when you have a broken water heater, flooding sewer line or a clogged kitchen sink, we're the plumbing company you trustingly seek out.
To book an appointment, we invite you to call our courteous office staff or to request an appointment online for more information. Our business hours are 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week.