rooter plumbing repair

You’ve seen the signs. Maybe you’ve noticed brown-tinted water in your faucets or an extreme lack of water pressure during your morning shower. Or perhaps the signs are more obvious – like water leaks or water spots on your ceilings and walls. Either way, it’s time to call John Moore Services. Your home may need a repipe. Our master plumbers will assess the age and integrity of your pipes and determine the best course of action. Whether your home requires a pipe replacement, a horizontal pipe replacement for the pipes in your attic, or a whole-home repipe with highly durable and flexible PEX piping, you can rest easy knowing that your home is in the experienced hands of the licensed and highly-qualified John Moore plumbing team.
By 1933, Samuel Blanc had fashioned a sewer-cleaning machine from a washing machine motor, wheels from a child's little red wagon and a 3/8" steel cable. The cable rotated with a sharp C-shaped blade attached to the tip. This rotating motion cut tree roots out of sewer lines, eliminating the tedious and expensive need to dig up pipes and clear obstructions by hand. Blanc's wife, Lettie (née Lettie Jensen), called his invention, a heavy-duty plumber's snake, the "Roto-Rooter".[3]
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