Allied-Reddi Rooter has helped Cincinnati homes and businesses with every plumbing need, from repairing leaking pipes to clearing drains, installing water mains to cleaning grease traps, since 1950. With 70 years of experience serving our community, we’ve come to know a thing or two about delivering exceptional plumbing service. That’s why, today, we are consistently ranked as one of the top plumbing specialists in Cincinnati. 

So, what does it take make a good plumber a great one? Experience, for one thing.  You’ve also got to love what you do. At Allied Reddi-Rooter, plumbing is our craft, and we take great pride in our work and taking care of our customers. 

All plumbing companies – whether they’re in Cincinnati or elsewhere – will tell you they deliver quality plumbing repairs at competitive pricing. And they’ll tell you they put their customers first, too. But what elevates a plumbing company to the ranks of Allied Reddi-Rooter? Well, that takes a lot more. Take a look at the reasons we’re Cincinnati’s preferred plumber below: 

Great plumbers are available 24/7. Seriously. At Allied Reddi-Rooter, we know that when a plumbing emergency happens, the worst thing you can do is wait. Plumbing emergencies require fast action to ensure the issue doesn’t get worse and cause further damage to your home. That’s why we are committed to providing 24/7 service for emergencies.  

The best plumbers will give you an immediate estimate. We can provide you with an immediate estimate over the phone for 95% of plumbing repair projects, and we’re able to offer this because we’re plumbing experts. There’s a very good chance that we’ve seen your plumbing problem before, so we can confidently give you an estimate quickly. 

Or, they will come to you.  As for the 5% of the time when we need to learn more about your plumbing concern, or of the project is complex, we’ll hop in one of our fully-equipped service trucks and come to you before we provide an estimate. And we’ll do this free of charge. 

The best plumbers offer emergency, overnight or holiday service performed at no extra charge. We care about our customers, which is why we’re available to help 365 days a week. Drain clog on Thanksgiving Day? Accidentally drop your wedding ring down the sink at midnight (yes, this does happen!), or suddenly see a pool of water on your basement floor? You can rest easy knowing we’ve got you covered whenever you need us. 

And they schedule repairs within hours rather than days. Your time is important to us. When you call us to fix a plumbing issue at your home of business, you have our promise that we will be there ASAP, as in hours – not days. 

They value all feedback. Our customer’s opinion matters. We want to do everything we can to earn your confidence. You can be sure that every customer review is read and considered valuable so we can do our job better.

The best plumbers follow-up. Don’t be surprised if we call you after we complete your plumbing project. That’s just us making sure you’re satisfied with the quality of work we delivered and to ensure that the plumbing repair went as planned. 

And we go the extra mile. At Allied Reddi-Rooter, we are always looking for ways to say “thank you” to our customers and offer year-round monthly plumbing deals and incentives like tickets to local museums and monthly discounts. 

No other Cincinnati plumber wants to earn your business more. Through low prices, fast, quality work and monthly deals, we hope you will keep us front-of-mind next time you need plumbing help.

If you’re like most people, you probably think cleaning the bathroom is about as exciting and fun as say, going to the dentist. But the fact is that home bathrooms can be one of the most germ-laden places in the house if they aren’t cleaned daily. 

To keep you and your loved ones healthy, we’ve come up with six quick and easy things to do every day to keep your bathroom free from the germs that can make you sick. 

Make it clutter free. It only takes about five minutes to clear the bathroom countertop and sink area of clutter. Make sure you have a clean, designated place for toothbrushes and toothpaste, makeup, hair accessories, and other items like cotton swabs and Q-Tips. 

You can find bathroom organizers at places including IKEA, Target, and The Container Store. With a good organization system in place, you’ll also save time because you’ll always know where to find exactly what you need. 

Wipe everything down with vinegar. A daily wipe down of a mixture that’s one part white vinegar to two parts water can go a long way in killing germs. Take a moment to spray and wipe everything from the bathroom sink to the mirrors to the bathtub. Pro tip: You can use a toothbrush to reach into areas around the faucet and to remove any residue from grout. 

Clean the toilet. Every day. Use a toilet brush to clean the toilet daily. You can find decent concealed toilet brushes at IKEA and other home organization stores, and while you’re at it, pick up some antibacterial wipes and have them on hand to wipe down the toilet seat daily, too (but remember not to flush them down the toilet unless they are biodegradable). 

Another thing to remember: it’s actually best to keep the toilet seat down. When you keep the lid up, particles from within the toilet can get airborne and lessen the air quality in the bathroom. 

Clean the air vents. From insect waste to pet dander to hair and yes, dead skin, dust is all over bathroom. Make sure to wipe down any air ducts, vents and fans every day with a damp cloth. You’ll also want to make sure to clean the exhaust fan, if you have one in your bathroom, to make sure it works as best as it can to keep mold and mildew at bay. 

Wipe down the floors. Good thing bathrooms are small, because it doesn’t take time at all to keep the floors clean. In fact, you could sweep them over once a day with antibacterial wipes, use a Swiffer or a cloth with a vinegar solution to rid the floors of dirt, debris and any harmful bacteria or germs that could lead to illness. 

Remove the trash. Every night, make it a habit to empty the wastebaskets in the bathroom. Germs lurk in the bathroom trash bin where items like face wipes, old toothbrushes, used dental floss, and everything else you can’t flush down the toilet get tossed. We recommend a stainless steel trash receptacle with a lid that you can easily wipe down after things get thrown away and before you add a trash bin liner.

If you follow these tips, you’re on your way to a more healthy, germ-free bathroom. Worried you’ll forget a thing or two on the list? Why not add a check list near the bathroom mirror or light switch to keep you on track? It’s easy to create a clean bathroom in no time.