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  • A
    The work has turned out very well. I especially liked two things: (1) The company recognized the urgency of my problem and was able to find a Tech who could come a day early; and (2) the Tech took some time to explain how to fix the problem in the future and did a pressure check on my water supply. Overall the service was an A. I gave a B on price, because the price was about what I expected.
    - Donald L.
  • D
    Looking for someone to take shortcuts that will lead to a leak? Look no further. Why do things the correct way when you can put 2 wax rings down and cross your fingers? Want someone to say, "my workers used that toilet for months and never had an issue"? The work was done incorrectly, so simply apologizing would have been the better route.
    - Lesley P.
  • C
    Before this work was done, water would overwhelm the channel drain in front of our garage, and subsequently the basement - this would happen at least once or twice a year. Shortly after the work was completed, the sump well would fill with water, the pump would run, but water would not clear the sump well. The foreman came out and determined that a faulty check valve was to blame. After that, the installed relief drain and sump pump worked, until we had a heavy rain in November of '17. A downspout connected to the system overwhelmed the new relief well, and we had another basement clean up to deal with. The foreman from the project came out and disconnected the downspout at additional cost, but we haven't had any issues since *knock wood*. In the meantime, the jackhammer work done to bust the basement slab created innumerable "cosmetic" cracks in the garage floor. The largest being nearly 1/4" thick, extending the entire depth of the garage, running parallel to the foundation wall where the relief system was being installed. The proposed solution was to use a polymer crack fill - even though there was an obvious ridge now present in the slab. In hindsight, I should have pressed harder for a satisfactory resolution on the condition they left the garage floor. All I'm left with now is to leave a passive aggressive review on Angie's List. They say you don't learn a lesson unless you pay for it... My lesson learned: don't hire foundation people to do slab work.
    - Tim M.
  • A
    Every contact communicated and adhered to what they said they would do. The crew was nice and worked hard. They started on a Thursday and worked Friday, Saturday, and Sunday to finish the job. We had a hard, long rain on that following Wednesday and had no water in the basement.
    - BRIGITTE B.
  • A
    Installation was very professional and made me realize how poorly the previous installation had been executed. I have never had a regular plumbing contractor but I will work with this company in the future with no hesitation. I had full confidence that they were doing everything the right way and they were very clear about potential issues and involved me when needed to make sure they were meeting my needs with no surprises. Top notch.
    - JEFF & MINETTE W.
  • D
    When I originally contacted Plumb Tite it was about a slow drain in my hall bathroom. The company promptly sent a tech out who snaked the line. Service was good and the bathroom was left neat and clean. A few days later the line was slow again and a second attempt to snake it resulted in copper pipes in the wall starting to leak. Again the room was left clean and neat. Plumb Tite then sent out a plumber to do an estimate on fixing the pipes. That work was done the next day. After cutting through the bath wall the old pipes were replaced. A small repair was also made on my stack. However the line was still slow. This is where things went amiss. When I returned home from a meeting I found that the plumber had snaked both the master and hall baths. Great, but he left plumbing sludge residue inside the bathroom vanity, on the floors, walls and baseboards in both bathrooms. He said he tried to plunge the line first and said he found a plunger to use in my kitchen pantry! A wet towel of mine was left in one bathtub. Not knowing what it had been used for I discarded it. It took me two days of cleaning those bathrooms with Lysol to remove the sludge.
    - Susan C.
  • A
    The county inspector found a few items that needed repaired. As a new home owner with no experience of living in a home with a septic system prior, Paul was great in not just fixing the issues but educating me as well. Paul was punctual, courteous, and most importantly honest. Paul did everything possible to avoid digging up my yard and incurring additional costs. The quote Paul provided was fair and the same as the final cost with no surprises. Honest, quality work is hard to come across these days and Paul is exactly that. I would strongly recommend Paul in the future.
    - Joshua L.
  • A
    I use Apollo for all my heating, air, and plumbing. They always have people available who are knowledgeable and professional. Their prices are reasonable and their technicians always get the job done right.
    - Nicholas C.
  • A
    Eric did a fantastic job replacing our kitchen faucet, fixing a cabint rack, and figuring out issues with 2 bathroom fans. He was very reasonably priced. We will definitely use him again and recommend him to anyone that needs work!
    - Sara D.
  • C
    Proceed with caution if you call Thomas & Galbraith for plumbing service. I called them because the water line to a toilet was leaking. On Monday, December 3rd, a plumber came to the house. He quickly looked at the problem area. Instead of immediately fixing the problem, however, he went into the basement and looked at the pipes. He then had me show him where our master shutoff valve is and then went outside and checked the water pressure at the outside faucet. Having completed all of this, he told me our water pressure is too high and proceeded to verbally present me with four options. The first option called for $3,742 in repairs. The second option was $1,500. The third, which he said was to fix the current problem was $598. The final option was to pay the service charge for the visit and he would leave without fixing the leak All of these were presented verbally. I felt I had to have the leak fixed so, despite what I felt was an outrageous cost, I authorized the repair. The work was completed quickly and appears to be done well. The plumber said he would send the estimates and the bill to me via email. That didn’t happen. I emailed T & G and they promptly sent me the four quotes. That’s when I saw that in addition to charges for repairing the leak, the plumber had added a two-year maintenance agreement. This was never disclosed or discussed and certainly wouldn’t have been approved. I complained to the company and the cost was promptly refunded. Thank you. This made the cost of repairing the leak $410; still a lot but obviously much better. The plumber is likely correct about the desirability of some of the repairs. However, he used scare tactics to try to get me to approve over $3,000 worth of work when all we wanted was repair of a leaky toilet. If considering T & G, proceed with caution.
    - Joe L.
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