Our latest issue of Down the Drains: The Zoom eZine just released, and it is PACKED with tips and tricks! Did you miss it? Well, it’s not too late to snag a copy (and participate in a fun giveaway!). Here’s a taste of life Down the Drains! Read on for an awesome article from our latest issue and find out once and for all…
Are you flushed??
Answer these questions and you’ll find out in no time!
1. Are you scared to use the bathroom from Friday night to Monday morning for fear that
you might have a drain emergency?
2. Do you use all of your personal time off from work waiting for service providers to come
to your home?
3. Do you have a seemingly automatic recurring $99 bill for months of services that don’t
permanently solve your drain problem?
If you answered no to any of these questions, you’re not flushed.
And if you’re not flushed, your money is.
A sewer system is just one of the those things that no one notices until it stops working. When your drains are backed up, though, the whole world comes screeching to a halt. That’s why it’s so important to treat the cause of the problem and not just the symptoms.
Your drains need to get flushed!
Getting flushed means receiving the best drain care available. It means getting fast, focused attention to the source of the issue, and fixing the problem with ease. It means putting on shoe covers, laying out the red carpet (literally!), and getting to work on what really matters: making sure that the drain problem is solved, not just postponed.
You may think that a blocked drain is easy to fix, and that one simple service should do the trick.
What if doctors didn’t listen to all of the symptoms and gave the same type of medicine to every patient regardless of the problem? Obviously, a broken arm is much different than the head cold or a stomach virus. The best doctors look, listen, and feel for different symptoms before prescribing any treatments. Like our bodies, every drain system is different and needs unique care to maintain proper flow.
And it is NOT a pretty picture when it doesn’t maintain proper flow.
So, instead of throwing money down the drain for temporary, shot-in-the-dark service for the sake of a good deal, see a drain doctor and get the care your sewer system really needs.
Oh, and you’ll end up saving more money, time, and heartache.
Get your drains flushed! Send Zoom down the drains instead of your money, and give your drains the attention they need.