Prompt service is an Allied Reddi-Rooter trademark. We understand how difficult it is to put a hold on your day to wait for service and are sensitive to this. A 2 hour plumbing service window is our standard and in many cases we’ll arrive earlier. In periods of above average call volume, such as extreme weather or community infrastructure failure, resources may become stretched to accommodate the need and we ask customers for patience as arrivals may be lengthened.
We hope that your experience with our arrival timeline is a quality one. Let us know through our Customer Survey. This helps us to continually provide excellent service to our valued customers.

It’s not the most glamorous movie you’ve ever watched, but it is one of the most informational, when it comes to maintaining your home. Allied Reddi-Rooter can videotape external drains for blockage due to waste, objects accidentally placed in the plumbing and tree roots, to name a few of the culprits. Other issues can involve cracks in your pipes due to degrading material, soil movement, or bad connections. Because the pipes are underground, it’s impossible for homeowners to diagnose or even locate the problem on their own. Our Allied Reddi-Rooter team specializes in these situations. We can literally view the interior of your pipes and find the exact areas of blockage or damage. Once we’ve identified the problem, we can determine the best, and least intrusive method to fix it.

Video inspection is a cost-effective method for uncovering problems within your main sewer line. Allied Reddi-Rooter equipment can search up to 400 feet of pipe, working within pipe diameters as small as 2 inches. To locate underground pipes, we use a transmitter that sends a signal from the camera head to a device above ground that reads the signal and tells us where the line is, what direction it lies, and what depth it is. The benefit of using this service is we can determine exactly where your pipe is, and minimize the digging in your yard to get to the problem and repair it.

If you notice signs of abnormal flow in your sewer or drain line, call Allied Reddi-Rooter at 513-396-5300. For an urgent need, call our Emergency Service at 513-821-1141. We’ll act fast to prevent further damage, such as leaks or full blockage, that could cause waste to travel back up in the pipes into your home.

Most of us know we can save water if we turn off the tap while brushing our teeth (as much as 3,000 gallons per year!), but did you know that there are products that will help save water when you turn on the tap too? WaterSense labeled faucets and faucet accessories are high-performing, water-efficient fixtures that will help you reduce water use in your home and save money on water bills. By retrofitting your bathroom with WaterSense labeled fixtures, you can save even more.

WaterSense labeled bathroom sink faucets and accessories that use a maximum of 1.5 gallons per minute can reduce a sink’s water flow by 30 percent or more from the standard flow of 2.2 gallons per minute without sacrificing performance. We could save billions of gallons nationwide each year by retrofitting bathroom sink faucets with models that have earned the WaterSense label.

All products bearing the WaterSense label complete an independent certification process to ensure they meet EPA criteria. Faucets and faucet accessories—products that can be attached easily to existing faucets to save water—that obtain the WaterSense label have demonstrated both water efficiency and the ability to provide ample flow.

Replacing old, inefficient faucets with WaterSense labeled models can save the average family 700 gallons of water per year, equal to the amount of water needed to take 40 showers. Also, since these water savings reduce demands on water heaters, households will also save enough energy to run a hairdryer 10 minutes a day for a year. Achieving these savings can be as easy as twisting on a WaterSense labeled aerator, which can cost as little as a few dollars.

If every home in the United States replaced existing faucets and aerators with WaterSense labeled models, we could save nearly $1.2 billion in water and energy costs and 64 billion gallons of water across the country annually – equivalent to the annual household water needs of more than 680,000 American homes.