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    JACK WARD & SONS PLUMBING CO
    First let me say, I would absolutely hire these guys again. I don't believe in leaving sensational reviews or anything but I do certainly feel like Ward and Sons deserves my 5 star review. I hired them in January of 2020 to do a rather large job, repiping my entire cast iron drain line. After receiving their bid (which was a fraction of what the next best guy was going to charge me) I hired them. However there was some miscommunication regarding the exact details of the job. I talked with the lead plumber and he graciously agreed to preform the work exactly as I had originally envisioned it and at the originally agreed upon price. While on the job they went above and beyond what was expected of them several times. At the end, I was charged exactly the agreed upon price in their bid even though in my mind they could easily have added on extra fees for services that could have been considered outside of their scope of work. These guys have more than earned my future business. As a side note, the lead plumber on my project was a young guy named Levi. I believe Levi did an exceptionally good job navigating the tough issues this particular job presented. When he eventually did run into an issue he had a hard time with, he sought out the advice of an additional experienced plumber rather than just doing the job his own way. This, to me, shows great humility and willingness to learn and leave the customer with a job that's done correctly the first time. Jack Ward and Sons is lucky to have him.
    - Solomon S.
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    Honest Plumbing LLC
    I've had Aaron at my house on three occasions: snake out clogged pipe, replace my sewer line, and install a sump pump in garage. Aaron does great work at a great price. I definitely will use him again.
    - Ken C.
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    Hudson Home Improvement
    Let me start by saying this project was my first remodeling project. So, I really didn't know what to expect. I needed a bathroom remodeled to accommodate a parent over 65. David and Micah replaced a bath/shower stall with a walk in shower with tiled walls, replaced an older toilet with a comfort-height toilet, replaced a cabinet sink with a pedestal sink, put in new tile flooring and painted the bathroom. (Of note, changing to a pedestal sink required some unexpected plumbing work to keep the pipes well hidden.) I am very happy with my new bathroom! In addition, David and Micah were helpful, patient with my decision making and polite. We had a few communication "hiccups" regarding when they planned to arrive a day or two and about pricing. Specifically, I bought several of the larger pieces myself (shower basin, toilet, sink), and I needed to remind David of this as we were discussing final payment when the work was done. Once reminded though, David made appropriate adjustments to the final bill. Given this was my first remodel, that part may have been my fault as I did not ask about adjustments until the end. I will end by saying we are now a couple months out from the project. Everything is working great, and I remain very happy with final product. Thanks Hudson Home Improvement
    - Elizabeth R.
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    ABSOLUTE WATERPROOFING & DRAINAGE
    You want to hire Byron at Absolute. Here's why: Absolute Waterproofing and Drainage Services isn't as inexpensive as some drainage competitors, for a reason. Their goal is to make sure the end result will work properly for as many years as possible. Byron, Absolute's founder and owner, has decades of experience to draw from and a passion to far exceed his customers' expectations on every job. His proposal was significantly different from a competing proposal by LA Scapes, which was really more of a landscaping company. They could have done something for 2/3 the cost, but it wouldn't have solved my problem because they failed to identify where the water was actually coming from. (More on that later; there was a different ditch near the road that was washed out / filled in with debris, and was not functioning, offloading all the water from the street across my yard and into the corner of my basement.) Byron's system is simple and well-thought out. It is just a "swale" or a shallow bowl-like ditch that pulls water past my house, down to the drainage creek at the back of my lot. Some of the added fill dirt required a well around my basement window. Since he only needed a small amount of fill there, Byron did it with landscaping bricks and a waterproof plastic shield. He diverted around an existing tree, which we will later remove and fill in as budget allows (only because the tree is way too close to my foundation). Routing around the tree will ensure that even when cut down, the water stays away from my house. Rather than that basic design, the LA Scapes proposal was to put a much more severe ditch on the edge of my property to catch the rain from the neighbor's hill, with the option to create a more shallow ditch near the house if that still wasn't enough. Turns out that plan wouldn't have worked because of the other washed out ditch; all that water would still have ended up hitting the corner of my house, completely bypassing the proposed system. Byron didn't notice the washed out / filled in ditch near the road when he did his initial proposal, but when he was at my house doing the work he had his crew clean out that ditch just as an extra service to me at no charge, and discovered the problem. I don't think any other Nashville company would have bothered sprucing that area up, since it wasn't specified in the contract. Not only that, but then he had his employees re-dig the failed section of my existing ditch and give it the same grass seed and protective netting as the rest of the project--again at no extra cost. That solved the root cause of my drainage problem. Combined with the new swale down the side of my house, now we are certain the water will flow the right way. I'm so happy I hired him! Still going the extra mile, Byron had his crew clean off my roof and gutters, add a short section of retaining wall to protect my deck stairs, and dig out under my deck stairs to expose an existing cement drainage sluice so any water from the deck will flow appropriately out into the back lawn--again at no additional charge. I paid $3500 for this drainage job for a reason. The value is there! When I met with Byron, I had a clear impression that Absolute was the right company to hire; and he proved me right. If I had hired the other company--no disrespect to them, but they wouldn't have known how to handle the situation and I would have just been upset later. Absolute only does basement waterproofing and drainage, and Byron's experience is so great that he can handle any oddball issues that come up. The day they completed my job, Byron explained to me that he's observed how water stays together as it flows, by watching the flow of water that was over his rock levee at the back of his own property during the 2010 Nashville floods. Even though the water was four to six inches higher than his wall, it was staying in the drainage system rather than flowing into his yard because it was flowing swiftly without resistance, sticking together cohesively as a focused stream. Byron has learned how use earth and stone to guide water into a smooth movement; I see that evident in the shape of the drainage system in my yard. I would have just dug a straight line ditch, but his drainage system uses a gentle 'S' curve that looks like something you would see in nature. It makes sense to the eye; you can envision how the water will move down it gently and swiftly, without eroding anything. The swale has a life to it. Everything about Absolute was top-notch. Scheduling was easy; Teresa in their office is very easy to work with. All the paperwork was straightforward, and every promise was kept. The workers were on time and did fantastic work. Byron was on site both days to supervise and make sure he liked what he saw, and he has high standards. I'm very happy to recommend Absolute Waterproofing and Drainage. If you're going to spend a lot of money to protect your home, you want to do it once--the right way. I'm very thankful to have found Byron and his crew.
    - Nicole S.
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    Benjamin Franklin Plumbing
    I received a call promptly to set up services. The process was clearly explained and the service times were highly flexible. Our technician, John, arrived on time (both times) and prepared to start working immediately. He was knowledgeable, professional, efficient and personable. He answered all of our questions and put the sink back better than it was before! The pricing worked with our budget and we even opted for an annual service so we���ll definitely be using them again for other projects in our new home.
    - Angela W.
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    Crenshaw Landscaping
    Chris was incredible...he reached out and showed up when he said he would. His price was extremely competitive and after a long series of other contractors not showing up or giving mediocre results he was amazing. We had a few follow up issues that I asked him to come back and do and he knocked them out in short order. I can't recommend him highly enough...definitely an A+ rating.
    - Andrew K.
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    Pipe Dreams Plumbing
    Absolutely Ecstatic! Had a hot water installed in less than 24 hours from when I first filled out the information on Angie's list. Colin contacted me at 7:15 in the morning and explained his services and told me when he had availability. I called him back in the afternoon and he immediately changed what he was doing to come help me with my hot water heater. We went to a local home improvement store and picked out the hot water heater and parts that were needed to complete the job and he replaced it right away. Very satisfied and would highly recommend Pipe Dreams Plumbing!
    - Michael G.
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    Hudson Home Improvement
    Excellent experience. Work was performed on time and within estimate. David and his crew were considerate of our condo neighbors and of our daily living conditions. Since all the cabinetry work was done off-site, appliances and countertops were pre-ordered, the entire remodel was completed within 3 weeks. We will use Hudson Home Improvements again.
    - Dick F.
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    Yaardvark Landscape Management
    Yaardvark was terrific! I initially contacted them to help with the backyard of my newly purchased home. Not only did Nick offer solutions to the initial issues I had, but he also developed a plan to address water drainage problems to eliminate water leaking into the basement. Even though the scope of the task more than doubled with the drainage work, the job was completed within 2 weeks of my initial contact. As well, the cost of the work was very reasonable and, because of Nick's suggestions, I am confident I will save money in the future due to the drainage issues that were resolved. Nick was extremely professional, knowledge, and amiable. I will definitely reach out to Yaardvark for any future yard care needs.
    - pamela w.
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    Barrier Waterproofing Systems
    It all went great. In addition to fixing the leak they set up system to address the flow of water that would otherwise have caused the problem to return over and over. I also had them replace a poorly installed water vapor barrier with a properly installed barrier and they did a very thorough detail-oriented job. They turned my crawl space from a growing headache into a feature of the house!
    - Peter S.
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When a plumbing emergency occurs, the best course of action is usually to call a Nashville plumber as quickly as possible. Most professionals in this field offer emergency services because they fully understand just how destructive some types of plumbing problems can be. If this is the case in your situation, you can access the Nashville Angie's List for free by signing up here.

Resolving Emergency Plumbing Issues

Nashville plumbing problems can occur any time of the day or night. If your home has a toilet that won't stop running, it could be costing you hundreds of dollars a year in utility bills. Getting it fixed can restore your peace of mind and your wallet.

If your home has frozen or burst pipes, the damage can be devastating, particularly if you can't find a way to turn off the water flow. Leaks in hidden pipes can be just as damaging, particularly to the structural integrity of your home. Here are the top three Nashville plumbing problems:

1. Running Toilet

The most common plumbing problem that homeowner experience is the toilet that simply won't stop running. Not only is this problem annoying with the constant sound of running water, but it can lead to expensive bills from Metro Water Services. If your toilet won't stop running on its own and you don't know what to do, shut off the water valve that is located near the toilet and call in an experienced plumber.

2. Leaks in Hidden Pipes

If a leak develops in one of the pipes located along the ceiling, wall, or floor, it can create a lot of damage before you realize there is even a problem. At the first sign of wet spots on your ceiling, floor, or walls, contact a plumbing company.

3. Clogged Drains

Backed-up drains can cause lots of problems for homeowners. Stagnant water can lead to the growth of mold and bacteria, while also creating damage to your home's construction or personal possessions. If grey and black water isn't draining, the line is most likely clogged. You can attempt to solve the problem on your own, but serious issues will need the expertise of a professional plumber.

Keep in mind that even a small problem can turn into a major plumbing repair if you allow it to remain unresolved. Many of the plumbing from older homes in Nashville remain, installed between 1920's and the 1960's. The age makes maintenance even more crucial. How do you find the best Nashville plumber for the job? Research and read reviews for free with Angie's List.