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Frequently Asked Questions
The I Rooter & Plumbing professionals are here to address your most frequently asked questions so that you can get the best plumbing services for your needs!
What do you charge for services?
We offer a reasonable fee to come out and provide a written estimate for each service before it begins. We also guarantee 100% customer satisfaction.
How do I prevent water damage?
The simplest method to avoid water damage is to keep an eye out for leaks and regularly get your plumbing system serviced. If you notice any form of water damage, give us a call right away.
How long should a water heater last?
Tank-style water heaters typically last up to 10 years. A tankless water heater can last up to 20 years.
Can I get hotter water faster?
Yes, we can upgrade your current plumbing to deliver hot water to your fixtures quicker.
Do you charge extra for weekends or evenings?
No extra charge for nights or weekends.
What Shouldn't I Flush Down My Drain?
Drain clogs are among the most typical plumbing issues. The most common cause of these issues is a clogged pipe, which is usually the result of flushing something harmful down the toilet or sink. Here are some things you should not flush down the toilet in your bathroom:
  • Paper items that are not toilet paper
  • Diapers or personal hygiene products
  • Supplies for cleaning, such as floss, q-tips, and cotton balls
  • Cat litter
Can I drain water from my dishwasher?
If your dishwasher won't drain, you may be able to fix it yourself. The strainer basket can be cleaned if a clog can be found.
Is It normal for pipes to rattle?
Even though you may be familiar with this noise from your pipes, it is not typical. In most cases, rattling pipes are the result of loose pipes.
Why do I smell sewage in my home?
Sewage smells may be coming from a problem with your sewage pipe. You should get in touch with a plumber as soon as possible to avoid health risks.
Should my plumber be licensed?
Although some unlicensed individuals may be interested in fixing your plumbing, you must always engage with an authorized professional. Doing this is the best way to ensure that they have the necessary training and experience for the position. In addition, be sure they're covered by insurance.
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