If you’re like most other homeowners, you expect your plumbing system to work consistently. When it doesn’t, you want it back up and running — quickly and without costing an arm and a leg. Clogged drains in particular can be problematic, because it’s difficult to know what’s causing the problem, which is typically the key to knowing how to fix it. 

That’s where Apollo Home Heating, Cooling & Plumbing comes in. Our competitive plumbing services offer peace of mind. With an expert on the scene offering affordable service for a clogged drain and more, you can confidently expect that we’ll fix your problem quickly and correctly — the first time around.

Clogged drain? What a nuisance

One of the more common reasons for a plumbing service call, a clogged drain is a big-time nuisance. It puts a stop, literally, to using a sink or bathtub and effectively brings your life to a halt. A clogged kitchen sink is fairly common, because of the way you use the sink. You can avoid this problem as much as possible if you don’t put fats down the drain. Once fat and grease form a thin film along the plumbing pipes, they act like a glue for other foods. A thick layer of accumulation forms along the inside of your pipes.

What to do? Get in touch with Apollo Home

When you experience a plumbing problem, contact Apollo Home right away. We’ll send a licensed plumbing expert to your door quickly, as we provide our customers with plumbing services seven days a week and 24 hours a day. We offer a competitive flat rate of $79 for a service call, no matter when it’s needed. If a repair is necessary, we’ll refund that service charge. You don’t want to call just any plumber when you have a clogged drain. At Apollo Home, we specialize in drains, so you’ll benefit from our high-tech diagnostic tools that help us to quickly identify the problem and implement the best solution.

For more information about clogged drains or to ask about our plumbing services, contact Apollo Home Heating, Cooling & Plumbing. We serve homeowners in the greater Cincinnati area.

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