Plumbers in Australia have licensing requirements that differ from state to state but it is generally accepted a 4-year apprenticeship with a further minimum experience of 2 years (6 years total) and a further curricular requirement as a benchmark for licensing. Licensed plumbers are also expected to maintain minimum relevant training requirements to maintain their plumbing license
Rooter, the plumbing and drain cleaning company has been included in the following prestigious rankings: AllBusiness's "AllStar Franchise Rankings;" Entrepreneur magazine's "Franchise 500," "Top 101 Home Based Franchises," and "Top Global Franchises;" Franchise Business Review's "Franchise 50 Awards (2008-2011); Franchise Times' "Top 200" (2007- 2012); PHC News' "Top 100 Contractors" (2008- 2012); Plumbing and Mechanical's "Pipe Trades Giant 2012;" and USA Today's "Top 50 Franchises for Minorities," as selected by the National Minority Franchising Initiative 2010.
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Yes I do know what approximately the part is and how much but the problem is almost all plumbers & even electricians want $100 service call. That's ridiculous as if the part is $25 that $125 to me and that's too much but I see they want the $$$$ so they start with a service call. Example my outdoor light bulb broke and I couldn't get it out of socket. I had to call electrician. Yes, $100 service call, handed me the bulb and I gave him a new one to put it and that was it. Took him all of 10 min. So now I hesitate when I need something done in these fields and thank goodness so far I'm not in need of anything..
As first time homeowners to a 1950s home, we began to experience issues with our water drains (lucky us). We had bubbles of water coming out of our toilets after literally two minutes of taking a shower... if we continued to shower, it would back up and our tub would flood up with dirty water! We tolerated this for a good two months and decided we really needed to get this fixed because the smell from the back up was becoming intolerable! I am so happy we went with Charlie's Rooter Service! Louis is extremely personable and knowledgeable! He kept both my husband and I in the loop at all times. I was able to view through his video camera of the roots that were penetrating into or already inside the pipes almost every 4ft-5ft. I was even able to videotape it so I can share it with my husband while he was working at the hospital. In addition Louis noticed these clay pipes were not aligned (probably from earthquakes and the intrusion of roots).... we also only had two original clean outs (one by the kitchen sink and one by the laundry)- we had zero around our bathrooms! They were reasonable in price adding 3 additional clean outs and replacing all of our pipes that were in the most awkward places in our front corner lot. We appreciate their transparency and were vocal in sharing ways where we can save money without hindering the quality. Lifetime warranty on parts and labor are a plus! Charlie also came in every so often to check in on the team and answer any additional questions. We can tell they take pride in their work and value their customers. These guys really know what they are doing! We will never have to worry about a plumbing issue at this point and consider this a very good investment to our home. Thank you to Louis and the team for everything. We truly felt like we were working with family! We 110% recommend Charlie's Rooter Service to anyone experiencing plumbing issues!
Rooter service is, essentially, when a plumbing service comes in and uses a number of different devices in order to perform water pipe repair. They may go in and run water through the drains, use special tools that they snake through your drains so that they can unclog them, and even take parts of the water pipe system apart so that they can take out some of the clogs manually. It depends on your system and what your plumber does.
Help! The toilet won’t stop running. It’s a bummer, sure, but it’s something you don’t need to call your plumber about. In fact, DIYers should take note that it’s a quick fix that will cost you just $5. For instance, your handle might just be sticking, which can be solved by spraying some lubricant where the handle meets the porcelain. Ready to DIY? Here’s how to fix a running toilet.