Bathroom Repairs Available from Mr. Rooter Plumbing
Leaks, clogs, and annoying noises or smells coming from your bathroom plumbing can affect your comfort and convenience. You deserve a bathroom that’s inviting, appealing, and fully functional. Your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing can help.
Below is a sample of the services we commonly provide to upgrade washrooms, powder rooms, or bathrooms:
- Bathroom sink stopper installations and replacements
- Clearing slow-draining bathroom sinks
- Repairing bathroom faucets that are leaking
- Bathroom vent installations
- Resolving a showerhead that drips
- Replacing whistling shower diverters
- Toilet installations and repairs
Our Bathroom Remodel Services
A bathroom remodel project is the perfect way to transform an old, drab bathroom into the washroom of your dreams. You’ll need a trustworthy bathroom remodel plumber to reconfigure existing lines and install new ones. Your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing can help you move a toilet, upgrade your shower, add a second sink, and more. We are excited to assist as you bring your vision to life.
Bathroom Repair Near Me
Seeking the services of a licensed professional will ensure that your bathroom remains in perfect working order for years to come. Your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing is ready to inspect your bathroom plumbing, discuss your concerns, and develop a plan to bring your bathroom back to full function or give it the improvement you’ve been wanting.
To get started, call us or request an estimate online.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is my bathroom shower leaking?
There are a few different places to look if your shower is leaking water onto your bathroom floor. If your shower door is leaking, the caulk or seals may be failing. If the faucet leaks when the diverter is activated, it may be time to repair or replace the diverter. If the shower pan is leaking water into the floor below, the pan is likely cracked and must be replaced right away.
Why does my bathroom sink smell mouldy?
When hair, soap scum, and other debris collect inside your bathroom sink drain, it can lead to mould and foul odours. To improve drainage flow and eliminate the smell, remove the sink stopper, pull the hair and other goop off the stopper, and scrub it clean with a mild detergent. Then, pour equal parts vinegar and baking soda into the drain. Let the mixture sit for 15 minutes, then run the hot water for a minute. Reassemble the drain stopper and wipe the sink clean.
What can I do about a bathroom tap leaking from the handle?
If water pools on the counter around the faucet when the water is on, it’s a sign that an O-ring inside the faucet assembly is failing. Call your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing to replace the O-ring or to upgrade your sink with a shiny new faucet!