Spokane Plumbing Repairs
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If you have a plumbing repair project in Spokane, WA, you’ll receive quality services from the professionals at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Spokane. Our licensed plumbing experts can perform routine maintenance, upgrades, or minor repairs.
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Whatever plumbing issues you might be having, we’ve probably seen it before. Our trained Spokane plumber can handle all the following and more:
- Clogged drains
- Sewer system backups
- Sewer line repair
- Trenchless sewer line repair
- Water line repair
- Frozen pipes
- Leaking pipes
- Water heater repair
- Emergency plumbing
- Septic tanks
- Sump pumps
- Tankless water heaters
- Backflow prevention devices
- Water filters
If you’re looking for a trusted, five-star company to fix your plumbing problem, or if the city of Spokane won’t cover your sewer system backup, call Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Spokane. Our Spokane plumbers can fix almost any residential or commercial plumbing problem.
Common Plumbing Problems in Spokane
Spokane has reasonably lovely weather, but sometimes our climate can be a problem. We get 44 inches of snow a year, which can cause severe issues with frozen pipes. If your pipes aren’t ready for a Spokane winter, you might be in for a nasty surprise.
Frozen Pipes in Spokane
Frozen pipes are a problem because water expands as it freezes. This expansion can put severe pressure on your pipes, which can cause them to burst. While a burst pipe full of frozen water might not seem like a huge problem, you will likely experience issues once the water begins to melt.
How Do You Unfreeze Frozen Pipes?
Before you begin, make sure you shut your water supply off. Check out our video for how to find your main water supply:
Next, be prepared for water gushing out of the pipe. While it’s frozen, the tube won’t present much of a mess, but once you begin the unfreezing process, prepare for water rushing out of any cracks in the pipe. Use a source of heat, such as a space heater, heat lamp, or hairdryer, to start to thaw the length of the pipe. Once this process is complete, wrap any undamaged section of the pipe with thermostatically controlled heat tape. Avoid using a heat source like a propane torch, which can be a fire hazard. If you do notice your pipe has burst sections, it’s time to call an experienced plumber to fix the issue.
How Much Does Pipe Bursting Repair Cost?
A burst pipe repair can range between $100 and $2,000, depending on several factors. The cost of your pipe repair will depend on the location and the extent of the damage. For example, if the pipe is easy to access, it will likely be a quick repair, which will be less expensive. However, a slab leak repair will be a more costly fix, since the leak will be located under the concrete foundation of the home or business. Repairing a slab leak involves working under the slab or needing to tear out and replace the concrete.
When you’re dealing with a leaky pipe, you may enjoy the fact that we’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our staff will quickly determine the source and scope of your problem and explain what is needed to restore services. You can depend on us to resolve common issues, like a garbage disposal that isn’t working correctly. We pride ourselves on our reasonable rates, and we never charge for overtime.
To have our team handle your Spokane plumbing repair project, call today!