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    Dirt Cheap Inc
    Jaimie and Poncho (not sure of spelling) came out to help. They were simply fantastic. They were patient and respectful. They spent 2 hours identifying the source of our problem and then had another professional contact us to take care of it. They did all this without charging us a dime! I can not thank them, nor recommend them, highly enough! Thanks so much guys; you are truly a rare breed.
    - Jo Ann C.
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    Red Cedar Plumbing & Drain Cleaning
    Amazing and thorough service by Red Cedar Plumbing. Sandip came in and gave an accurate estimate and time needed and risks involved in replacing a very old Cast Iron Drain pipe. He & team worked his magic to ensure other parts of the piping is not affected and problem is taken care of without expensive non-necessary additions which other plumbers may offer. Pros - On Time, Detail analysis and estimate Thorough job with no incremental charges Very friendly and helpful in explaining the risks Cons - None. Highly Recommended
    - Anay P.
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    Dirt Cheap Inc
    We got 10-15 bids in order to learn more about how different shops would approach our job. The bids ranged significantly in cost and the amount of work people were willing to do. Angel at Dirt Cheap was not only a very competitive bid, he also was willing to do the job more completely than everyone else. The crew was wonderfully professional and great to work with. We were devastated to learn that we needed so much work done, but our silver lining was that we found this company. Do not think twice, call Dirt Cheap first. You will not only get very honest information and a very fair price, but you will have a great experience.
    - Jen R.
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    Johnson Custom Builders
    Ryan was absolutely fantastic to work with. He took time to understand our short, medium and long term needs and was able to phase out the project with future projects in mind. We completely updated the exterior of our 1924 home with new roof, gutters, drainage, skylights, siding (stucco, along with some deep water damage repair in a few areas), exterior painting, repaired chimney, updated electrical and a custom built french door. The work was executed thoughtfully and cleanly across the board, with expert advice given along the way. Although the work was expensive, Ryan put a lot of time into providing options at different price points and was super flexible with our payment timeline. If you're looking for someone responsive, thorough and thoughtful, Ryan's your guy.
    - Jessica A.
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    Dirt Cheap Inc
    A+. Dirt Cheap, Inc. just completed installing a new exterior sewer cleanout for me. They did a fantastic job, quickly and at very reasonable price. My basement drain backed up on Saturday morning. I had three companies out to clear the line. I didn���t have an exterior cleanout, so they had to pull the toilet to gain access to the sewer. No one was successful. Two companies gave me bids to install the clean out. Dirt Cheap was the low bid and could start Monday morning. Two men showed up first thing Monday morning, dug down five feet through hardpan to the sewer line and installed the cleanout. I was able to use my plumbing again that night. After the inspection on Tuesday they came back to fill the hole and replaced a broken downspout drain to the sewer at no extra charge. Each person from the owner of the company, Collin King, to the men who worked on each part of the project were good-natured and great to work with. I recommend Dirt Cheap, Inc.
    - Scott L.
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    Vortex Plumbing Inc
    It was difficult to diagnose, but these folks who came did a great job. They were thoughtful, respectful, and knowledgeable about what to do. They considered different options to save me money. They accomplished what needed to be done quickly. They snaked the pipes first from an access in the basement, which did not work; then looked with a camera. Found one blockage; dug down 5 feet outside the house; installed some pvc pipes there to replace old concrete, and installed a clean-out there above ground so the basement would not flood again; then from there flushed the sewer with a power washer which released the flow, but it's expected to be happening again. I appreciated their professional service, and although it was expensive, I know they tried their best to do a good job and save me money as best they could.
    - Martha B.
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    BODINE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC.
    Great experiences each time I've used this company. It's really, really hard to get good people to do quality work in Seattle, and Steve Bodine is one of those people. He employs great workers, treats them well and holds on to them for years. He personally is a genuinely decent and nice guy as well. He has years and years of experience and I would trust him with all my drainage needs (that's saying something in Seattle). Bodine also did a fantastic job with my concrete driveway and walkways. I first hired Bodine almost 3 years ago to redirect my downspouts to a new drain field in my back yard. His crew did an amazing job. I was so pleased, I hired them to do some concrete work in my basement. Again, excellent work. Based on that, I then hired them to pour a new concrete driveway and walkway. Again, an incredible job. They really care about getting it right. Bodine does virtually all of their work based on referrals... and they are busy. But if you have a problem, they will take care of it immediately and other times, you just have to be a little patient knowing they're busy taking care of someone else's problems. It works both ways. They were very patient with me when I had to change dates to have my driveway poured due to other work going on at my house. I also want to mention Jim Cuba and Manny, who worked on my most recent project and were terrific.
    - Michael D.
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    Jafco Sewer Repair
    Isaac showed up right on time. He wasted no time in diagnosing my problem. Because it was an issue he couldn't fix (the appliance is broken), he gave me some sound advice and didn't charge me anything. Wow! That was really nice of him. If I have another plumbing issue, I'll be sure to give him a call.
    - Meredith F.
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    Red Cedar Plumbing & Drain Cleaning
    I have been struggling with various plumbing issues ever since I moved into my mid century house several years ago. Needless to say, I have worked with many different plumbing companies over the years. Red Cedar has easily become my plumbing company of choice. Price is reasonable, service is always professional, friendly, and efficient. My experience is that they are very knowledgeable, straightforward and reliable. I would not hesitate to recommend Red Cedar to anyone in need of plumbing help!
    - Maika N.
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    Chris's Plumbing and Sewer
    Bait and Switch, Stay Away! I wish I could leave a great review for this company, and wish that I'd seen the very low ratings on virtually all their reviews on Yelp and AngiesList before hiring them. Every one of those reviews describes our exact experience, leading me to believe this is their standard MO. We had a pre-inspection before putting our home up for sale. We hired a very reputable company that only does inspections, not repairs. They found a break in our side sewer, at about 4ft depth, and also recommended installing a clean out. We contacted our sewer insurance company NWC, and they sent out their estimator who told us that NWC would pay for the repairs, but not the clean-out, which of course we expected as that isn't covered by our plan. They gave us a quote of $1500 for the clean-out. My husband always likes to get a few quotes. Within seconds of inputting our online request, Chris called. We were impressed with his responsiveness. In about an hour, his workers arrived promptly and gave us an estimate of $880 for the entire project (repair line and install clean-out). This seemed a little low, so we called Chris to make sure there wasn't an error. He said, nope that's what it is, we don't take advantage of our customers like some others do. And so we went with them -- their bid was lower even without insurance coverage, and they could start immediately. The next day, 3 or 4 hours into the job, they called to say a complication had arisen. Surprise! They claimed the break in the sewer was actually 6 ft deep, not the 4 ft shown on tthe inspector's video. And they had to increase the price to $2500, THREE times the original quote, for supposedly digging an extra 2 ft. More importantly, the the hole they dug wasn't even 6ft. My husband, who is 6ft tall, went down into it with a ladder, and from his shoulders up was above ground. As if that wasn't bad enough, they also told us our clay line was full of roots and would be shot in a few years. According to them, re-lining wasn't an option and they HIGHLY and earnestly recommended that we replace the entire side sewer, to the tune of $25-35k. For a perfectly fine sewer line in a house we're about to sell. Lol!!! Anyway, they had started the job and we just wanted to be done with them,  which I'm sure is what they count on. We managed to negotiate them down to $2200, and a few minutes later, their incredibly rude "office manager" called and demanded immediate payment of $1100. This was a 1 to 2-day job, and there was never a mention of the half down when they provided the estimate or even after they begun the work. Of course we planned to pay upon completion (last thing any seller needs is a lien on the house). She became rude and belligerent, and I told her the company sucked and they could go to ****. She then started screaming at me at the top of her shrill voice, and said she was calling the job off and would ask the workers to stop work and fill the trench back up. She then hung up on me. I called her bluff and texted her back to thank her for the free dig of our icy, clay soil. Because even with filling it back up, they've now made the job easier for the next workers who will be digging loose soil. Of course their sales guy (the "good cop") called immediately afterwards to apologize and try to walk back her threats. We did end up having them finish up the job as we just wanted to be done. Obviously I would never use them again, or recommend them to anyone I care about. While their ultimate cost wasn't outrageous, it was the very transparent bait and switch tactic that was so off-putting. And we had the $1500 insurance bid that we'd have gone with, had we known this was their MO. I honestly don't know how companies like this stay in business!! 
    - CHRISTIANA M.
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