We not only promise to deliver exceptional results; we promise a pleasurable experience. We handle everything from prep to clean up. And, yes, we do leave the site absolutely clean. Any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at our direct line (510) 670-1115. We are bonded and insured. All of our plumbers must pass a background check.
What can Pro Rooter Inc. do for me?
Our experience plumbers will provide you with a free estimate to determine the nature of the problem. There is no charge or obligation for our visit. We will determine if defects exist or if the life of your line can be extended through simple modification of maintenance. Only upon approval we will proceed to do the repairs.
We always focus on providing you with the most cost effective solution. We will never try to sell you more service than you need. We are honest and reliable. Our preventative maintenance programs protect your investment and give you peace of mind. Our regular inspection program will find potential problems and solve them before they cause significant damage. We save you money!
We are experts at plumbing repairs. If we can restore you line, we will not sell you a new one. If you are looking to replace your sewer, our expert installers will make sure the job is done right the first time. We will also install lines on new builds. Ensure that your new build is completed with a line installed with precision. Whatever you need, we are your plumbing experts. Our focus on structural integrity, energy efficiency, and visual appeal makes us your best choice for all of your plumbing needs.
Any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at any time at (800) 331-2441.Or contact us via email, we will respond within 48 hours.
Water & Drain Line Repair and Replacement
If the pipes in your home are damaged or deteriorating, a Pro Rooter professional can examine your water and drain lines and then provide you with options for taking care of the problems, whether that involves spot repairs or the replacement of failing water and drain lines.
Why replace old worn out water pipes? When considering the quality of water being used in your home, it only makes sense to have the best for your family's health.
Besides the potential for water damage, here are four reasons why you should change out old, corroded pipe in your home:
- Water Quality: Micro biologically influenced corrosion has been identified as a major factor in water health quality.
- Fixture Damage: Old pipes can destroy your plumbing fixtures and appliances. Bathtubs, tile, toilets, sinks, dishwashers and clothes washers become stained and can require extensive cleaning or replacement.
- Efficiency - Corroded pipes destroy the effectiveness of your water system. Corroded pipe reduces the allowable water passage creating low water pressure and low water volume.
- Home Value: The presence of rotting, corroded pipe reduces the value of your home.
The plumbing experts at Pro Rooter are re piping specialists. We will put together a complete site evaluation and implementation schedule, and will complete the project with a little disruption to your home and daily routine as possible.
Trench less Sewer Replacement
It used to be that, if you had to replace your sewer line, a deep trench had to be cut from your house to your street. Besides ripping up your lawn, the trench often had to cut through your walk or driveway as well as your landscaping.
Sewer & Drain Cleaning
Clogged or sluggish drains? That’s Pro Rooter’s specialty.
Slow draining water and back-ups generally mean there is an obstruction somewhere in the pipeline. Our first line of attack is to unclog the pipe using a “snake”; that’s a bendable steel cable with flexible rotating blades that we feed into the pipeline. We have different size blades to adjust to any size pipe. As the snake makes it way through your pipeline, its spinning blades slice throughout whatever obstructions it encounters and opens your line again.
But why just open your line when you can clean it?
Over time, grease, sediment, and debris can build up in your drain lines. Pro Rooter’s high pressure Hydro Jetting services can help you clean out your drains by:
jetting’s intense water pressure not only
removes stubborn obstructions and debris from
wall, but it flushes
the debris out of the system, leaving
lines clear. This way, the debris is completely removed
your chances of blockage in the future.
Pro Rooter offers free inspections to diagnose your home’s plumbing problems. We’ll inspect your plumbing system and fixtures, identify the trouble and provide you with a free written estimate BEFORE we do any work.
We charge by the job... not the hour, so you save.
Pro Rooter also provides state-of-the-art video inspections of you home’s plumbing system. Video inspection involves inserting high-tech fiber optic cable into you pipes and “snaking” it down through your lines. Our technician then watches on a video monitor as the fiber optic cable transmits back a crystal clear image of the “inside” of your home’s plumbing system. Video inspections help us precisely locate leaks and other problems in you pipes without having to tear up your house or yard.
Rooter also offers preventive maintenance
Why wait for a problem to occur? If you have an
particularly a multi-story structure, have us
perform a thorough
of all your pipes and plumbing fixtures to insure
they are all in good working order. We’ll identify any
problems and any potential future problems, and then
set up a
so that we can repair the problems all at once or –
on your priorities - over a period of scheduled
times a very simple and inexpensive preventive
repair – like
replacing a worn washer, or re-caulking a sink –
save you thousands of dollars in later repair
Sinks & Faucets
Clogged up sink or disposal? Got one of those annoying leaky faucets that just won’t stop dripping? If you’ve had trouble fixing a problem with a sink or faucet or just haven’t had the time to deal with it, let Pro Rooter’s trained professionals come to your rescue. Our plumbers have years of practical experience in handling every conceivable plumbing problem.
Here are just some of the sink & faucet problems we’ll be happy to take care of for you:
- Leaky faucet
- Faucet with poor water flow
- Installation of new a faucet
- Leak under the sink
- Sink clogged or not draining properly
- Disposal clogged or backed up
- Disposal jammed
- Installation of a new disposal
Is your toilet hopelessly backed up? Does it make odd or loud noises when it’s flushing or refilling? If you’ve had trouble fixing a problem with a toilet or just haven’t had the time to deal with it, let Pro Rooter’s trained professionals come to your rescue. Our plumbers have years of practical experience in handling every conceivable plumbing problem.
Here are just some of the toilet problems we’ll be happy to take care of for you:
- You hear water running in the tank when you haven’t flushed
- The toilet is unusually loud when the tank refills
- The tank fills slowly or not at all
- The pipes make noise after flushing
- The toilet doesn’t drain or fill completely
- There’s a leak at the base of the toilet or along the incoming water line
- It just won’t flush
- You need a new toilet installed
Water heating is typically the third largest energy expense in your home. And heating your water typically accounts for about 14% of your utility bill. That’s why it’s important that your water heater runs efficiently and that you have the right water heater to fit your home and family’s lifestyle.
Pro Rooter’s plumbers are knowledgeable in all types of water heaters and are experts in their repair and replacement.
Basically, there are two types of water heaters - gas and electric - with dozens of different models and sizes. Gas and electric water storage tank heaters operate in similar ways and range in size from 20 to 80 gallons. An electric water heater can be used most anywhere, whereas a gas water heater is typically installed in a home that already uses gas (though our piping professionals can run new gas lines for you if you prefer a gas appliance).
Is your water not hot enough or do you run out of hot water too quickly? Is the hot water discolored? Call Pro Rooter for a free inspection of your hot water system. We’ll examine your current water heater and offer options and recommendations for fixing the problem.
Need a new water heater? An improperly installed water heater can lead to less than adequate hot water, water leaks, and property damage. We offer the availability of same day installation and have certified installation professionals waiting to ensure the installation of your water heater meets all local plumbing codes and stringent manufacturer guidelines.
Bracing for Earthquake Safety
A 50-gallon water heater holds about 400 pounds of water. In an earthquake, it’s quite possible for an unbraced water heater to fall over, with the potential of serious injury and property damage. Additionally, if a gas-type water heater falls over it could very easily damage the gas connection and create a dangerous gas leak.
State and local building codes require all water heaters to be properly braced. Check your existing water heater. If you’re in an older home, it may not be braced. If your current water heater is not properly secured, call us today and we’ll have your water heater safely and securely braced in no time.
Gas Line Installation
Do you need to install new or replacement gas lines, or run an additional gas line to a new gas stove or fireplace? When it comes to installing new gas lines to household appliances, or making repairs to an existing gas line, you can trust the re piping specialists at Pro Rooter to do the job right.
Dealing with natural gas is not something you want to take chances with. An improper installation or repair is not only inconvenient, but it can be extremely dangerous.
Our technicians are properly trained, licensed and prepared to solve any gas piping requirement you have. Pro Rooter fully guarantees our work and compliance with all local code requirements.