- What Not to Put Down the Disposal
Mr. Rooter offers 24 / 7 emergency disposal repair and replacement services in Atlanta and surrounding areas. Continue reading to see what not to put down the disposal.
- Water Leak Detection Services in Atlanta
Mr. Rooter of Atlanta offers 24 / 7 water leak detection services in the Metro Atlanta area. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with a local plumbers in Atlanta and get $35 off for water leak detection and repair services.
- $95 Drain Cleaning
The $95 drain cleaning is good for residential sewer main line with accessible cleanout outside the home.
- Toy Stuck in the Toilet?
If you have a clogged toilet and have kids, you just might have a toy stuck in your toilet. This can be a tricky problem to solve because just using a plunger usually won’t work. The solution is to get the toy out of the toilet and one way to do that is with a tool called a “closet auger”.
- 24 Hour Emergency Plumbers in Atlanta
Mr. Rooter of Atlanta provides 24 hour emergency plumbing repair services to our customers in the Metro Atlanta Area. Call us today at 770-285-5709 to schedule an emergency plumbing repair with one of our certified plumbers.
- Energy Efficiency Tips
Thanks to tax credits, making your home more energy efficient is no longer a taxing problem on your pocketbook. Take advantage of this opportunity, and save money by improving your home’s plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems.
- Citrus Peels Can Deodorize Garbage Disposal
Simply keep the peel the next time you eat an orange. You can use it to deodorize the garbage disposal. It’s a nifty way to save money on cleaning supplies during this sour economy.
- Unclogging Shower Drains
Nothing stops a command performance of singing in the shower faster than a clogged drain. But the following tips from Mr. Rooter could be music to your ears when it comes to tackling the problem.
- Emergency Shutoff Valves
You probably don’t think about your plumbing system very often. After all, it’s not a very exciting subject and as long as it is working, there is really nothing to think about, right? Wrong! Understanding a few basic facts about how your plumbing system works and what to do in case
- How to Chose a Water Heater
Use this handy guide to choosing the right size water heater. Enter the answers in the boxes, then total them up. Number of people in household ________ Number of tubs and/or showers ________ Add 1 for a dishwasher ________ Add
- Water Conservation
Drip. Drip. Drip. Many people consider a leaky faucet a mere annoyance. But if every household in America and Canada had a faucet that dripped once each second, 928 million gallons of water a day would leak away, according to the American Water Works Association.
- Don't Let Food Reek Havoc in the Sink
Young children often huddle under the covers in their bedrooms, certain that a monster prowls in the closet or under the bed. Most parents will open the closet door or peek under the bed to remind them that the coast is clear.
- Don't flush your money
Twenty percent of all toilets leak, which secretly raises homeowners’ water and wastewater bills. But other problems — like a toilet that won’t flush completely or runs continuously — aren’t secret at all.
- Earth Day Tips
You would be surprised at how much water you can conserve by checking your plumbing fixtures. For example, a leaky toilet can waste about 200 gallons of water a day, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. In honor of Earth Day, look for leaks. Your wallet with thank you!
- Pumpkin Pulp Can Spook Your Plumbing
October is a great time of year – cooler winds blow in, leaves begin to change and children start talking about what scary gremlin or magical princess they want to be for Halloween.