Our working hours are Monday through Friday between 7am and 8pm & Sundays between 7am and 5pm. We also provide after-hours services and respond to emergency calls.
Yes, but our position on this is very simple. We complete each project thoroughly. If you are not completely satisfied, we will do it again.
As long as the appointment is scheduled within our regularly scheduled service hours, no we do not. However, we do charge a fee for emergency service outside our regular working hours.
Our prices reflect the estimated time, labor, and materials needed for each unique job. Our technicians are trained to provide services with utmost speed and precision, and if that means taking a little extra time to make sure everything is done right, we don’t expect you to pay for it.
Yes we do! Please contact us today and we would be more than happy to help you set up the most cost-efficient maintenance plan based on your unique situation!
The solution is regular maintenance and inspection. Rust buildup on pipes is a major indication of a leak. If you notice it, contact Chosen Rooter & Plumbing immediately, and our expert technicians will take care of it in a flash. Keeping up with a quick maintenance inspection at least once a year can save you a lot of time, money and headaches in the long run.
Water heater leaks are usually a sign of deterioration. If your water heater starts to leak, make sure to turn the water off immediately and give us a call. Small leaks can turn into major repairs. More than likely, you will need a new water heater, but before we jump to any conclusions, a Chosen Rooter & Plumbing expert can take a look and will be able to provide the most cost effective solutions that will help.
Yes it is! Not only is it a problem, but it is also costing you money on your water bill every month it is costing you money on your water bill every month! In fact, a running toilet can cost you an upward of $80-$100 in addition to you regular water charges on your water bill! If a toilet continues to run after it is flushed, it usually means that there is a problem with the internal mechanics of the toilet. Often a small tweak of the flushing valve will solve your problem, if not, the mechanics might need to be replaced. If the problem persists, call Chosen Rooter & Plumbing right away to analyze the issue.
When roots get in your pipes they continue to grow and begin to clog the pipes. This causes reduced flow through the pipes which in turn causes drains to run slower, eventually causing a complete blockage. Often the roots will expand causing pressure to build on the crack or in the joint which normally results in pipe breaks and total collapses, which can sometimes require extensive repair and/or replacement. Certain pipes made of certain material, such as clay, are more prone to root invasion than others, so when building new, or replacing pipes, it is good to know what type of material is being used. Our expert technicians would be more than happy to help you with any of these issues.