Gogo Rooter Plumbing Coupons Page
Here at Gogo Rooter, we are famous for our expert, professional service, and our affordable pricing. We really do go the extra mile for you, our customers… and to prove it, we now have not 1… not 2… but 14 different ways that you can save money with us!
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.
- If you have an inline faucet and it is leaking, you may be able to stop the leak by simply tightening the nut below the hand wheel. Never tighten more than 1/4 turn to avoid damaging the valve. If the valve needs to be resoldered, be sure to remove any hand wheels and interior parts, leaving just the base to work on. Drain down the water supply and resolder the joint. It is always best to completely remove the unit when resoldering.
- If your water gives off a foul odor during the first few minutes of running the hot tap, it could be due to a faulty anode rod in your water heater. If the anode rod goes, corrosion results, which can eat away at the inside of your tank. Replacing the rod will extend the life of your water heater.
- If you’ve got a running toilet, it could be leaking. Here’s a quick and easy way to test it yourself. Place a few drops of food coloring, powdered drink mix, or instant coffee in the TANK, not the bowl. Leave it undisturbed for 20 minutes. When you come back, check out the BOWL. It there’s any discoloration, you’ve got a confirmed leak.
- If you’re dealing with clogged drains over and over, snaking may no longer be the best solution. You may need high velocity water jetting to clear out all the clogs. At 4000 psi, this process literally blasts away years of accumulated scale, debris, hair, and grease build-up on the inside walls of the pipes, clearing them of blockages and avoiding pipe replacement.
- If your shower head leaks only when you turn it on, you may think it’s no big deal. However, it might be leaking behind the wall, causing structural damage. Don’t turn a blind eye to a leak. Major headaches often start with minor inconveniences.
- If you notice water at the base of your toilet, it may be leaking. If the leak is coming from under the base, it will eventually rot your floor and possibly your sub-floor as well. Nip it in the bud before the damage gets out of hand.
- Do you hear an annoying clanging sound in your pipes when you turn off the faucet? That irritating bang is called a “Water Hammer,” and it damages your plumbing system. Ever seen the damage caused by an earthquake? Just think of it as a mini-earthquake in your pipes and call a plumbing paramedic. This is one hammer you want to nail down as soon as possible!