Each Mr. Rooter location in the Sacramento area is locally owned and operated. We provide jobs and services to the area. Our local plumbers offer in-home estimates before work starts, so you always know exactly how much you are paying and what you are paying for. Our friendly plumbers welcome any questions you have about our services, and we never charge for overtime work. We believe that plumbing shouldn’t cost you a fortune.
Our customer service representatives are available 24/7 to take your call and schedule a drain cleaning. Clogged drains can happen at any time, so we are available all the time to clean them. Give us a call if a drain is draining slowly, has a foul smell, or isn’t draining at all.
Each drain in your home is prone to clogging due to everyday use. The culmination of all the food, soap, grease, and fat that washes down the kitchen drain causes buildup in the pipes, slowing the drain’s flow. Hair, soap, toothpaste, grime, toilet paper, and other hygiene products cause serious clogs in bathroom drains. The utility room and basement drains are especially important to keep clean, because dirt and debris cause poor drainage and flooding. A clogged sewer drain inhibits the transportation of dirty water from the home.
Well Pump Installation and Repair
Call for an appointment with one of our professionally trained plumbers if you need a well installed or an old well replaced. The major signs of a well that has reached the end of its life are dirty water from the tap, abnormal noise, and air “spitting” from the faucet. Another key clue that something is wrong is a high energy bill, because that means that your pump is running continuously to maintain water pressure in your home.
You may want to save some money and fix your well pump on your own, but without proper training, well work can be dangerous and cause more expensive problems. Save yourself the peace of mind and call Mr. Rooter. Our plumbers will talk you through the entire process and keep you informed at every step. This is your home, and we believe that you should know how your well works.