Atlanta Sewage Ejector Pump Installation

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Sloggy Plumbing
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Recent Review: We wouldn't use anyone else. Wonderful people. Prompt and efficient service and not over priced.
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Majestic Plumbing & Electric
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Recent Review: Ben McCook, Service Technician arrived to our home on time and prepared to get to work.  He immediately put his protective booties on over his shoes to protect our floors, thank you Ben!   Ben asked us relevant questions about the age of the pump etc.  After his thorough inspection of pump Ben explained to us in detail what the problem was.   He also explained our options in regards to price and quality of new pump available to us.   Ben replaced the pump and prior to leaving our home he made sure that all of our questions were answered to our satisfaction.  We were very pleased with Ben's professionalism and will definitely call him again in the future for any plumbing issues that may arise.
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Fulton Services
Recent Review: They did a good job and used TOP quality parts.
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Plumb Works Inc
Recent Review: We called Plumb Works after another company (which had been highly rated on one of the "free" service rating websites) came out. What a lousy experience. The other guy gave us an estimate of $1500 including $800 for the pump (they sell for $300 or so online). I told him I always get a second estimate for work costing this much. He immediately "had to call his manager" and then said "we really want your business and will reduce the charge to $1000." So...if I had been a trusting customer I would have been ripped off for $500. To make it worse, I suspect he was out to cheat not just us but his employer, as when he left, he gave us a PERSONAL business card, said to call him, and "oh by the way don't tell my boss I gave you this." Crooks! Called Plumb Works on the rave recommendation of a neighbor. This time figured I'd do more background work and signed up for Angie's List. Found that they were indeed A-rated here. Totally different experience. The plumber was neat, polite, and on-time, driving a clean, well-kept truck. He wore shoe covers, got to work and showed me what was wrong with our pump. He quoted me $950 including a much higher grade cast iron pump, and that included the $129 fee for a one year service contract (could have done it for about $25 less without it, but the discount from the service contract almost made up for the membership fee). Then, I added the coupon (available here on Angie's List) to take another $50 off. We are totally satisfied with this experience and will certainly use them the next time we need a plumber. Thanks to Angie's List too for the help.
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C & A Johnson Plumbing Service
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Recent Review: Chris was very professional. He quoted a fair price and was able to answer all the questions I had. Would recommend in a hearbeat, and would use their services again in the future.
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M CARY & DAUGHTERS PLUMBING
Recent Review: Our ejector was over 10 years old, and was sometimes running continuously. We were told that this could indicate a defective check valve, but since the pump was over 10 years old, we decided to replace it. An additional consideration was that the old installation was improper, in that the 2" discharge from the pump fed into a vertical 3" pipe. The plumber replaced the 3" pipe with a 2" pipe, whereas another plumber wanted to install an expensive 3" pump. The plumber seemed to be experienced and knowledgeable. Our only complaint is that there were several delays in getting the work done. While the delays were understandable, in that there was an emergency situation elsewhere, the contractor did not keep us well informed of how long the delays would be. Hence we were stuck in the house for a couple days waiting for the plumber. Calling the contractor was generally not helpful.
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RF PLUMBING
Recent Review: THEY WERE VERY PUNCTUAL. THEY SHOWED UP EXACTLY WHEN THEY SAID THEY WOULD SHOW UP. THEY EXCEEDED MY EXPECTATIONS THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE PROJECT.
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G Force Plumbing
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Business Description: "We Pride ourselves on giving, superior customer care, and Top Quality service." G Force Plumbing has become the reputable company it is today by following some basic key rules. Treating people with respect, doing the job right the first time, being fair and honest, being thorough , and being clean and considerate of people's homes. Established as Deep south plumbing in 1987, Jeremy grew with his Father's company. Working weekends, summers, and after school, he was trained in all aspects of plumbing, and taught the importance of building and retaining customer relationships. Today G Force Plumbing is the result of those ingrained morals, and we continue to grow through popularity. We thank you for choosing G Force!
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DNM Plumbing Inc
Recent Review: I trusted Angie's List to screen out incompetent contractors...but I learned the hard way. Nick is a nice guy, but has done work at my home which has put my family in DANGER! I learned that he installed a gas line (CSST-corrugated stainless steel tubing)that was not rated for underground burial. I spoke to a HomeFlex representative who said Nick was supposed to use something like Omega-Flex-CSST, TracPipe-CounterStrike, designed for underground burial. He said, “that CSST could corrode in as little as 90 days.” The online instruction manual (Homeflex.com) page 29 states," Under no circumstances is HOME-FLEX® to be routed underground or under slab unless it is routed within a nonmetallic water-tight conduit that is at least ½" larger than the outer diameter (OD) of the CSST tubing." This gas line was buried in some areas...ONLY 6-8 inches deep! That is DANGEROUS! Code requires no less than 12 inches for a reason. The sump pump was also placed in dirt which will eventually settle. He needed to place it on a concrete base. This work was started in December 2018, and the ground is still Open and work is Unfinished. DNM's excuse...”ground is too wet”... reality... they've been paid. There is a tarp over the work…it is Dry. Tried reaching them on the phone...no chance... days go by...It's March 11th!! Very disappointed! Learn from my mistakes...stay away! Seeking Legal counsel.
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Pell Plumbing Co
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Recent Review: Robert arrived on time and immediately inspected the sewage ejector pump to determine that it was broken.  He gave me several options for replacing the pump, including the option for me to provide my own pump for him to install.  I chose that option, and picked up a $300 unit at Home Depot while he removed the old pump.  He quoted me a price for lasbor of $445 and deducted my prepaid Angies list coupon from the total.  Robert did a great job, and the new pump is working fine.

Reviews in Atlanta to Pump Installers

AMajestic Plumbing & Electric
Ben McCook, Service Technician arrived to our home on time and prepared to get to work.  He immediately put his protective booties on over his shoes to protect our floors, thank you Ben!   Ben asked us relevant questions about the age of the pump etc.  After his thorough inspection of pump Ben explained to us in detail what the problem was.   He also explained our options in regards to price and quality of new pump available to us.   Ben replaced the pump and prior to leaving our home he made sure that all of our questions were answered to our satisfaction.  We were very pleased with Ben's professionalism and will definitely call him again in the future for any plumbing issues that may arise.
- Nanette B....
APlumb Works Inc
We called Plumb Works after another company (which had been highly rated on one of the "free" service rating websites) came out. What a lousy experience. The other guy gave us an estimate of $1500 including $800 for the pump (they sell for $300 or so online). I told him I always get a second estimate for work costing this much. He immediately "had to call his manager" and then said "we really want your business and will reduce the charge to $1000." So...if I had been a trusting customer I would have been ripped off for $500. To make it worse, I suspect he was out to cheat not just us but his employer, as when he left, he gave us a PERSONAL business card, said to call him, and "oh by the way don't tell my boss I gave you this." Crooks! Called Plumb Works on the rave recommendation of a neighbor. This time figured I'd do more background work and signed up for Angie's List. Found that they were indeed A-rated here. Totally different experience. The plumber was neat, polite, and on-time, driving a clean, well-kept truck. He wore shoe covers, got to work and showed me what was wrong with our pump. He quoted me $950 including a much higher grade cast iron pump, and that included the $129 fee for a one year service contract (could have done it for about $25 less without it, but the discount from the service contract almost made up for the membership fee). Then, I added the coupon (available here on Angie's List) to take another $50 off. We are totally satisfied with this experience and will certainly use them the next time we need a plumber. Thanks to Angie's List too for the help.
- Mark L....
AMajestic Plumbing & Electric
Fantastic! Examined pump, determined problem and solved it quickly. Cleaned the entire work area, left it spotless! We will use Majestic again! We will recommend them to all our friends and family! Honest and dependable! Josh, the service technician, was extremely courteous, knowledgeable and kind! Fantastic!!
- Carla A....
AC & A Johnson Plumbing Service
Chris was very professional. He quoted a fair price and was able to answer all the questions I had. Would recommend in a hearbeat, and would use their services again in the future.
- Carl J....
BMajestic Plumbing & Electric
Majestic was initially called to do overall check of all related plumbing. There were no identified problems by them at that time. Less than 3 weeks later, our sewage pump caused water in our basement. We determined, after the fact, that we could have bought the the liberty pump installed for between 300-350. That would make the Majestic's labor costs around 650.00 for roughly 1 1/2 hours work on site. We felt that the labor costs were too high. Others can be the judge of that. I would suggest getting competitive bids if you have the time (non emergency). Unfortunately, we didn't.
- Kenneth L....
AM CARY & DAUGHTERS PLUMBING
Our ejector was over 10 years old, and was sometimes running continuously. We were told that this could indicate a defective check valve, but since the pump was over 10 years old, we decided to replace it. An additional consideration was that the old installation was improper, in that the 2" discharge from the pump fed into a vertical 3" pipe. The plumber replaced the 3" pipe with a 2" pipe, whereas another plumber wanted to install an expensive 3" pump. The plumber seemed to be experienced and knowledgeable. Our only complaint is that there were several delays in getting the work done. While the delays were understandable, in that there was an emergency situation elsewhere, the contractor did not keep us well informed of how long the delays would be. Hence we were stuck in the house for a couple days waiting for the plumber. Calling the contractor was generally not helpful.
- Charles A....
ARF PLUMBING
THEY WERE VERY PUNCTUAL. THEY SHOWED UP EXACTLY WHEN THEY SAID THEY WOULD SHOW UP. THEY EXCEEDED MY EXPECTATIONS THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE PROJECT.
- Anthony B....
AMajestic Plumbing & Electric
Majestic Plumbing was the only company I called that would come and give a free estimate.  Todd was very thorough, going over options and prices.  He returned with Sandy on the promised day,  and they did what they needed to do in a expedient but pleasant manner.  I would recommend these guys to my family, friends and neighbors.
- Hal R....
DG Force Plumbing
spent 2 hours at my house trying to sell my wife and mother-in-law a monthly maintenance plan, a new sewage pump liner for $2000, a new plastic refrigerator line for $500, and what sounded like some sort of insurance scam. I returned from out of town later that day to find a pin hole leak in a plastic fridge line [that I could have fixed in 1/4 of the time they spent trying to upsell my wife] and a sewage pump leak at the seal above the shut off valve - which was apparent to anyone who has ever seen a leak from a pipe. My wife said they were very nice, on-time and professional, but I still have two leaks, out 69 bucks, and a wasted day. They [two guys] could have easily fixed those problems in the time they were here. Total waste of time.
- Paige G....
FDNM Plumbing Inc
I trusted Angie's List to screen out incompetent contractors...but I learned the hard way. Nick is a nice guy, but has done work at my home which has put my family in DANGER! I learned that he installed a gas line (CSST-corrugated stainless steel tubing)that was not rated for underground burial. I spoke to a HomeFlex representative who said Nick was supposed to use something like Omega-Flex-CSST, TracPipe-CounterStrike, designed for underground burial. He said, “that CSST could corrode in as little as 90 days.” The online instruction manual (Homeflex.com) page 29 states," Under no circumstances is HOME-FLEX® to be routed underground or under slab unless it is routed within a nonmetallic water-tight conduit that is at least ½" larger than the outer diameter (OD) of the CSST tubing." This gas line was buried in some areas...ONLY 6-8 inches deep! That is DANGEROUS! Code requires no less than 12 inches for a reason. The sump pump was also placed in dirt which will eventually settle. He needed to place it on a concrete base. This work was started in December 2018, and the ground is still Open and work is Unfinished. DNM's excuse...”ground is too wet”... reality... they've been paid. There is a tarp over the work…it is Dry. Tried reaching them on the phone...no chance... days go by...It's March 11th!! Very disappointed! Learn from my mistakes...stay away! Seeking Legal counsel.
- Robert P....