Water Leaks

 

Water Leaks

A water leak is always a cause for concern and it’s important to find and repair any leak before it causes damage to your property or poses a safety risk. Leaks can occur in all types of piping, inside and outside of a building, and often occur in out-of-sight places. Common plumbing leaks include those associated with toilets, indoor and outdoor faucets, boilers, water heaters, water softeners, humidifiers, fire suppression systems, dishwashers, refrigerators, lawn sprinklers, water lines, drain lines and sewer lines. Roto-Rooter’s experienced plumbers know where to look for plumbing leaks and possess the skills necessary to repair them.
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When your business is facing down time due to broken or leaking pipes, you want your commercial plumber to have the most advanced equipment available to quickly locate the problem and expedite repairs. Roto-Rooter will solve your problem and get your business back on line quickly, reliably and safely.

Maintenance Helps Prevent Leaks

Regular plumbing inspections can help detect leaks and other potential problems early so that they can be corrected before any major damage can occur; thereby protecting your property and saving you money. A Roto-Rooter professional will recommend a maintenance schedule that best meets the needs of your business and property.

Sewer Line Detection

Roto-Rooter’s state-of-the-art line detection equipment can locate underground metallic, cast-iron or non-metallic pipes and ducts without expensive and sometimes disruptive digging. We can locate your sewer line in any pipe whether underground or beneath concrete and floors.

Our line detection equipment is rugged and works in nearly any weather. A special transmitter is inserted into an accessible part of your sewer line. Vibration or audio signals are sent to a receiver, allowing the technician to track the sewer line’s path and underground depth. The signal can locate the obstructions in the line. Line detection equipment can also be used to find gas, electric and other utility lines before digging.