Need a plumber? Since 1958, residents of Stuart, Port St. Lucie, Ft. Pierce, Vero Beach and the rest of Florida’s Treasure Coast have turned to Cooke’s Plumbing and Septic Service licensed plumbers for professional installation and service of residential and commercial septic systems as well as plumbing repairs.
Cookes offer a wide range of wastewater solutions and maintenance services for everyone from homeowners to contractors to large businesses and restaurants.
Plumbing Emergency? Our trained professionals are on call 24/7 to handle your emergency needs.
At Cooke’s, we are proud to offer total septic solutions that go beyond our quality installation of the latest in wastewater technology. We guarantee the installation of our septic systems. Whether you need maintenance and filter cleaning on your existing septic system or are looking for a new installation, contact the professionals.
Our Pledge to You
Our plumbers and septic technicians are licensed, certified and highly trained. Most importantly, they are courteous, friendly and professional. We can help you with plumbing problems and any other related service.
24/7 Plumber Services from Stuart and Port St. Lucie to Fort Pierce...
- Sink Installations
- Faucet Repairs
- Unclog Drains
- Water Heater Installation
- Unclog Blocked Toilets
- Rooter Service
- Toilet Replacement
- Kitchen plumber repairs
Our Plumbing Experts can fix any problem with your sink
Fixing the faucet in your kitchen or bathroom sometimes just requires a wrench, maybe a washer or some plumbers tape. Other times the solution can be a bit more challenging and for some of us, leaving it to the experts is probably the best solution. In most cases even if it is a simple solution, the biggest issue is that we simply do not have enough time in our busy lives to address the problem. Common sink issues include –
Here are some of the most common issues with your faucet that you can fix with just a phone call to Cooke’s!
Call us Toll-Free at 877-287-0651, you can even email us at [email protected]
- Faucet handle
- Water dripping
- Water leaking
- Faucet noises
- Spray misting
- Low pressure
Signs your drain could clog soon, give us a call and we can fix the problem before it starts!
- The smell of rotting food is coming from the kitchen sink
- Water starts backing up in the sink, tub, or shower
- Water is draining slowly
- The drain makes gurgling sounds
- When you run the bathroom sink, the toilet water bubbles
- Low water pressure
- Water not getting hot enough
- Rust formation
Call us Toll-Free at 877-287-0651 or email us at [email protected] or visit us on our website at callcookes.com and one of our friendly staff will be more than happy to set up an appointment with you.
Need a New Water Heater?
At Cookes Plumbing and Septic, we’ll help you determine the type of water heater you need and easily install it for you. Which water heater size is right for your home? 50 gallon tank, 100 gallon tank or other size? Is your power source electric or propane gas or a hybrid? We’ll help you figure it out. Don’t let your hot water heater leave you ‘out in the cold’. Quick…Call Cooke’s at (772) 287-0651.
- Hot Water Needs
- Type of Water Heater
- Energy Efficiency
- Fuel Type
- Size of Unit
Toilet Repairs – Overflows, Clogs and More…
Toilet clogs are one of the most common problems we receive calls about here at Cooke’s. Our plumbers are expert toilet fixers! We know the factors that can cause toilet overflows and clogs and we will be there FAST to fix your toilet so you can relax again!
- Drain line clogs
- Septic system clog
- Fix flusher
- Replace toilet parts
- Hard water issues
- Fix traps
- Unblock pipes
Traditionally, a rooter service would remove the roots from trees near your plumber pipes and fix the pipes that were broken by the unruly roots. These days, plumbing pipes are more sturdy so a ‘rooter service’ refers to water pipe repair and fixing clogged drains.
- Fixing pipes
- Hair clogs
- Removing roots
- Draink snakes
- Line jetting
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