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24-Hour Plumber in Sartell MN

When it’s time to call a professional service technician to your Benton or Stearns County home, such as a plumber, you want to call a company you can trust. That literally defines our expert technicians here at Roto-Rooters Plumbing & Water Cleanup. Since 1935, Roto-Rooters has been the most trusted name in the plumbing industry. Give us a call 24/7 when you need a plumber for routine service, quick repairs, or for emergencies.

We have 85 years of trusted experience helping Sartell residents get their home and business restored fast.   Call today for a fast FREE estimate!


The sink faucets and bathroom fixtures use potable water that is under pressure. This makes spotting water leaks at these devices a no-brainer. With faucet fixtures, many times leaks can be repaired by simply replacing a rubber washer or O ring. Just make sure to turn off the water supply valve to the fixture you’re working on if you try the DIY way.  If you need a hand, give us a call.

Hidden water leaks are a different matter. They can cause damage to your Sartell home and belongings in addition to bringing higher water bills. You may wonder how you can check for water leaks if they’re hidden in walls, flooring, or below ground. It’s simple. Just use your water meter. Here’s how:

  • Take a reading at your water meter before bed time.
  • Don’t use the water in your home again until morning.
  • Check the meter first thing.
  • The reading should be the same if you haven’t used any water.
  • If it’s not, you have a hidden water leak.
  • Call your plumbing pro to solve the problem.


Your sump pump is likely the most valuable device in your Sartell home for flood prevention. It’s designed to automatically turn on when flood waters rise, and it pumps water out of your home before it can cause any damage. But, do you know if your sump pump is in good working order right now?

You can quickly check your sump pump using the electrical outlet. Unplug the motor plug and unplug the float switch plug. Now, plug the motor back in but not the float switch plug. Your sump pump should power on and start working. If not, you have a problem. Call your plumber.

The second way to quickly test your sump pump is using water. Fill the sump pit with water. You want to raise the float with water until the switch is activated. The sump should power on and start removing water. If your sump pump doesn’t power on, you have a problem with the float switch.


The most important point to remember regarding water emergencies is preparation. Make sure everyone in your home knows where the water main shutoff valve is. And keep the number to your plumber where everyone has access. Hopefully, flooding never occurs in your home, but if it does, call the trusted experts

Our promise is to deliver the highest quality customer services possible! 

Roto-rooter Plumbing and Water Cleanup is backed by one of the nation’s largest leading sewer drain, and water cleanup companies.  Every employee goes through a thorough vetting process, so we can ensure you’ll experience nothing less than trusted, high-quality work. Feel confident choosing us because…

  1.  A Roto-Rooter plumber will answer your call 24/7/365.
  2.  We offer a no-hassle guarantee and never charge overtime!
  3.  We have an experienced and trusted crew.
  4.  We serve residential, commercial and government clients.
  5. We’re based in Sauk Rapids to service central Minnesota.

Our qualified technicians are standing by to help 24/7 at  (320) 207-1079 or by contact form HERE.