Gogo Rooter Specials
We want your business!
Here are 5 GoGo Rooter offers you can’t refuse:
1- “GoGo Green GoGo Tank-less“
Replace that old energy hog water heater with a new green energy efficient Tankless Water Heater. Take advantage of the $1,500.00 Tax Credit (Gift from our President) and just because you picked us, we will throw in an additional 15% off labor. That is an offer you can’t refuse and the environment will thank you!
2- “Labor for Less”
First time customer Special! Mention that you found GoGo Rooter online and that you would like to take advantage of the “Labor for Less” Special. You automatically qualify for 10% off our labor on any job.
3- “$60.00 Sewer Main Cleaning Special”
$60.00 is all you pay for our service when you have a sewer main back up. As long as: you have an accessible clean out, the blockage is no more than 75′ away from the access, and the job can be done in less than an hour. Call today about our Sewer Main Cleaning Special.
4- “GoGo Bail Out Package”
- $10.00 Cash Back on any job over $55.00
- $35.00 Cash Back on any job over $300.00
- $125.00 Cash Back on any job over $1,000.00
- $325.00 Cash Back on any job over $2,500.00
Go ahead… Take the Bail Out
5- “Free Electronics”
Get free Electronic Sewer/Water Line Location or Sewer Video Inspection on your approval of any job-related estimate. This means potentially $750.00 in savings.
GoGo Rooter wants your business! Call today!
Now the rules:
- You can’t combine any of the above offers with any other offers we have advertised.
- These offers are only available to first time and online customers.
- When you call to schedule the appointment you must mention the name of the offer you wish to redeem.
That is it! Simple and easy! Thank you for choosing GoGo Rooter. We hope to hear from you soon.
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