Plumbing Services in Four Corners Area
Master Rooter, LLC has the sole objective of providing the highest level of quality services for a reasonable price. We’re eager to showcase the quality of our services and make you our loyal customer for life!
Equipment used: Gorlitz Large sewer machines with the ability to clean 3” to 10” sewers up to 450 feet long.
Mini drain machines using 3/8 x90” cable for 1 ½ to 3: drains and ¼” cable for 1 ¼ to 1 ½ drains. We can clear any drain that is not broken.
Master Rooter hydro jets greasy sewer and drain lines, using hot water and 140° and at 3,000 PSI to clear away grease and sludge stoppages.
Frozen Water and Sewer Lines
Master Rooter thaws out frozen sewer and water lines. We have a hot box to unfreeze metal water lines 1/8" 150ft. sanitized jetter that uses hot water at 3,000 PSI . For frozen sewer lines we use a 3/8 jetter hose at 140 degrees and 3,000 PSI up to 400ft. Also we can unthaw small drains.
We can do new construction and remodels from outside & inside work. We are licensed plumbers.
- Water heaters,
including tankless water heaters
- Garbage Disposals
- Yard Hydrants
- Water Softeners
- Gas Lines, outside and inside
- Water and sewer lines
- Septic tanks and Leach Fields
- Bathtubs & Showers
Water Leak Detection
Master Rooter has two water leak detectors to locate underground water leaks and is licensed to repair or lay new water lines. We can locate and repair any type of faucet, commode, or yard hydrant leaks.
For new sewer or water line replacement or sewer and water line repairs. Master Rooter has the equipment available to excavate and install new lines.
Sometimes, the cause of a problem needs a closer look than we can get with our eyes alone. Master Rooter uses cameras to go into the pipes where we can’t see to record video and take photos of the problem to find the most effective solution. We have a Mytana Full Color Camera 200 Self Leveling System. The camera can record (to DVD) and locate with pinpoint accuracy including the depth of line. We do work for Durango, Bayfield, and Ignacio Water Works to locate drains.