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Let Mr. Rooter of Tacoma Tackle Your Plumbing Issues

Let Mr. Rooter of Tacoma Tackle Your Plumbing Issues

If you are looking for a plumber who never charges for overtime, guarantees workmanship and parts, and provides great customer service, look no further. At Mr. Rooter of Tacoma, our team of dedicated and trained professionals is here to take care of all your plumbing needs.

Plumbing System Maintenance

Regular maintenance is necessary for a healthy plumbing system. Nothing in your house will continue to work correctly if it is not serviced regularly; that goes for your plumbing as well. Mr. Rooter plumbers evaluate your entire system through thorough cleaning and maintenance checks. Our appointments are done around your schedule, and our plumbers are punctual and flexible. We respect your home by cleaning up after ourselves and leaving the place in the condition we found it. Our specialty is out drain cleaning services that leave your drains as good as new.

Sewer System Backups

Be aware of water backup from the shower, toilet, or sink drains, because it is a sign of sewer system backups. Other signs include multiple water drain backups throughout the house, pools of water on the basement floor, a sewer odor coming from drains, and gurgling sound from the drain or toilet. We solve these problems through rooter and drain cleaning, hydro-jetting, pipe lining, and maintenance.

Septic backups are dangerous to your health. Call us as soon as possible if you notice sewage backup from the toilet, the toilet draining or flushing slowly, multiple drains running slowly, or very green grass growing in the yard above the septic tank, especially during the dry season. We can solve your septic and sewer problems, but don’t leave them to that last minute.

Well Pump Installation and Replacement

At Mr. Rooter, we are happy to replace your old well pump or install a new one. You need a new well pump if you experience air “spitting” from the faucet, dirty water, or abnormal noises from the tap. A high electric bill may mean that your pump is working extra hard to maintain water pressure and is at the end of its lifespan. Call us for professional installation of your well pump as DIY well pump installation can be dangerous. Don’t worry; our plumbers will keep you informed at every step and explain the process, so you know exactly how you well pump works.

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