Salt Lake City Sump Pump Replacement

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SMEDLEY & ASSOCIATES PLUMBING & HEATING
Recent Review: Mike did a great job of matching the height of the new sump pump to the old one.
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Shamrock Plumbing
Recent Review: These guys are the best in the business. They quoted me 1/3 the cost of another company (Scott Hale Plumbing) to replace my sump pump. These guys are as good as they get. They work fast, efficient, and don't have these bogus prices. Only problem is they are booked out bc they're so busy bc people always call them back!!
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A-1 SERVICE CENTER PLUMBING
Recent Review: CHUCK IS A REAL FIND -- AN HONEST, RELIABLE PLUMBER!
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Benjamin Franklin Plumbing
Recent Review: It's going terrific! They installed a new sump pump in the winter and they are working on the new line. The sump pump they installed is a large system that includes a back up and alarms. The price is fair for the work.
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Mr Rooter Plumbing of St. George
Business Description: Serving Southern Utah, Mr. Rooter Plumbing of St. George is an independently owned and operated Franchise. Our plumbers are licensed and insured, provide upfront flat rate pricing, deliver high-quality repairs, and bring large inventory of supplies to every job site. We are known for our friendly and punctual service at an affordable rate. We look forward to doing business with you.
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Superior Water & Air Inc
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Recent Review: It went very well. They arrived when they said they would. They kept me informed and explained what they were doing. They were very courteous and professional!
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Whipple Plumbing Heating & A/C
Business Description: Family owned & operated. Additional DBA - AK & R Whipple Plumbing, Heating & A/C, Whipple Plumbing & Heating, A K & R Plumbing. Whipple Service Champions Cost is determined by the job.
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Dave Passey Plumbing & Heating
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Recent Review: Once an action plan was created, Passey recommended a disaster clean-up crew that arrived immediately and pumped all the water out of our basement.  We were then able to tell that we needed to have a sump pump installed.  Again, this is now Christmas Eve.  Our furnace is STILL completely disabled, we have been without heat for two days, and we have a stream running through our basement. Dave Passey and his team came out and installed the sump pump, located and retrieved the correct circuit board for our furnace, got that installed and also verified that the sump pump was doing its job correctly as well as that our furnace was working and that we would have a MERRY CHRISTMAS, after all.  All of this was completed before noon.  Amazing.  They were honest, friendly, hard-working and, most of all, dependable.  I can not recommend them highly enough and will absolutely call them again for any of our plumbing needs.  They're just that good.
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Bedell Plumbing Heating & Cooling
Recent Review: Came out to fix a leaky pipe from the sump pump.
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Electric Rooter Drain & Sewer
Recent Review: After looking over the basement drain system, they went back to the sump pump itself and kept working with it until it began working. Apparently the pump impeller was stuck and I did not know what to look for. Eventually it began working. Within 15-20 minutes of their arrival, they had the problem solved at minimal cost, especially for a Sunday emergency call.

Reviews in Salt Lake City to Replace Sump Pump

AShamrock Plumbing
These guys are the best in the business. They quoted me 1/3 the cost of another company (Scott Hale Plumbing) to replace my sump pump. These guys are as good as they get. They work fast, efficient, and don't have these bogus prices. Only problem is they are booked out bc they're so busy bc people always call them back!!
- Jared H....
ABenjamin Franklin Plumbing
AS OPPOSED TO OTHERS THAT WE WERE CALLING WHEN WE HAD WATER COMING UP, WE CALLED THEM (IN THE EVENING ON A SATURDAY), AND WERE ABLE TO TALK TO A HUMAN BEING, INSTEAD OF A VOICE MAIL. WE FELT A LITTLE MORE CONFIDENT THAT THEY WOULD HELP US OUT IN AN AFTER HOURS SITUATION.
- Michael A....
ASuperior Water & Air Inc
It went very well. They arrived when they said they would. They kept me informed and explained what they were doing. They were very courteous and professional!
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DWhipple Plumbing Heating & A/C
If you want to pay an outrageous amount of money for a simple repair, then hire Whipple. The sump pump motor that is hooked up to my washing machine stopped working (I don't have a drain in my basement so this pushes the water out). I thought the motor had gone out and needed to be replaced which I had to have done before. Since my regular plumber was on vacation I used Whipple since I had a $100 off coupon. A replacement motor costs $160 + I figured they would charge about $300 for labor. With the coupon, that brought it to under $400 so I went ahead and scheduled it. Well, it didn't need a new motor - the bottom was just covered with lint so the technician just wiped it off and put it back in the tank. It took maybe an hour total - it took more time removing the 12 screws and then putting them back on than it did to clean off the pump. I was pretty happy that I didn't need a new motor and was going to save a little more money. ALAS, that was not to be. When he wrote up the invoice, imagine my shock when the total was over $700!!!! Yes, $700+ to wipe lint off the bottom of a pump motor that was the size of a small iron. Oh but wait. I did have the $100 off coupon so my grand total for 1 hour of service by the "Whipple Service Champions" was approximately $640. I could have bought FOUR sump pump motors for what I paid for this 1 hour of service. And he didn't even seal the tank correctly - didn't put the silicone on it right as it leaked (it wasn't leaking before). So he had to come out again and reapply the silicone. It still leaked, by the way. I ended up buying a tube and resealed it myself. When I made the appointment I was told there was a $69.00 service fee but it would be subtracted from my bill if they did the work. They neglected to tell me the part about the additional $700 per hour charge they add on to it. Moral of the story: If your regular plumber is on vacation and this ISN'T an emergency, wait for them to come back. I will NOT use this company again. They are way, Way, WAY overpriced. This was nearly a year ago and I am STILL peeved about it.
- Michelle H....
ADave Passey Plumbing & Heating
Once an action plan was created, Passey recommended a disaster clean-up crew that arrived immediately and pumped all the water out of our basement.  We were then able to tell that we needed to have a sump pump installed.  Again, this is now Christmas Eve.  Our furnace is STILL completely disabled, we have been without heat for two days, and we have a stream running through our basement. Dave Passey and his team came out and installed the sump pump, located and retrieved the correct circuit board for our furnace, got that installed and also verified that the sump pump was doing its job correctly as well as that our furnace was working and that we would have a MERRY CHRISTMAS, after all.  All of this was completed before noon.  Amazing.  They were honest, friendly, hard-working and, most of all, dependable.  I can not recommend them highly enough and will absolutely call them again for any of our plumbing needs.  They're just that good.
- Jennifer N....
ABedell Plumbing Heating & Cooling
Bedell's plumbing technician, Marty, arrived on time, was pleasant in his manner, & most significantly, performed the silcock replacement job through a very small access port in our finished basement wall- without the need to cut open a larger hole. This effort to not be destructive & cause additional drywall work/repair to be necessary was greatly appreciated. I'm sure that it took Marty longer to complete this task because of using only the existing opening, but he earned my respect by taking this pathway. In respect to the sump pump discharge pipe rerouting, Marty gladly accepted my suggestion to modify the length of the pipe, even though that meant he had to redo a 90-degree turn. He simply said that he wanted to be sure that I was satisfied with the work & it was no problem for him to make the change. As a result, Marty really stands out in my mind as a great example of what everyone would wish a service technician to be when working on a project for their home.
- Michael A....
AElectric Rooter Drain & Sewer
After looking over the basement drain system, they went back to the sump pump itself and kept working with it until it began working. Apparently the pump impeller was stuck and I did not know what to look for. Eventually it began working. Within 15-20 minutes of their arrival, they had the problem solved at minimal cost, especially for a Sunday emergency call.
- Bruce W....
F24 Hour Rooter Connectionz
NOTE: Connectionz was sold and is under new ownership as of November 2015. Prior reviews do not reflect current management. We hired Connectionz Plumbing to install a sump pump in our basement. The sump pit was already in place, we only needed the pump installed. We had excellent dealings with Connectionz in the past, only discovering later that it had been sold and the owner we had met was no longer with the company. When Connectionz Plumbing sent someone out to bid the work, they did so without providing any written bid. I asked about the absence of paperwork and was told the pricing was standard and no paperwork was needed. The details of the bid later came under dispute, specifically the provision to repair drywall after the job was completed. I paid an initial deposit over the phone via credit card, for which I am still awaiting a receipt over a week later. The installers arrived two hours after their three-hour arrival window due to a scheduling error in the office, which had our appointment slated for the following day. Rushed, the workers altered the terms of the bid, stating they will not repair drywall and will in fact no longer hide the sump pump drain hose within the wall as agreed. We asked regarding a lower price for a less intensive job and received no answer. We called the main office and spoke with the general manager, Daniel, who we later discovered was in fact the owner (despite his insistence that he was not the owner). Daniel also refused to discuss a lower price for less intensive work. I was not at home, and one of the installers pressured my wife into signing authorization paperwork for the full price. Work had already begun before I learned we would still be charged the full price even though they would not be digging up and replacing concrete, widening our sump hole, laying the pipe behind drywall, or repairing drywall— all of which were part of the original bid. Upon completion of the less intensive job, the workers insisted on final payment. My wife informed them I would call in final payment after discussing a price adjustment with the general manager, Daniel. I received a frantic call from my wife saying the installers were refusing to leave. I informed them directly that I would make payment to the office since we needed to discuss the pricing as the work was not what was originally bid. The installers informed me they would not leave our home until payment was made. I responded that if they needed to wait, they needed to do so in their vehicle. They refused. My pregnant wife was home alone with our young child. I informed the installers that if they did not leave, I would consider them trespassing and would call the police, adding that Daniel needed to call me immediately. A few minutes later, Daniel called and proceeded to yell at me and lecture me for 30 minutes. How dare I threaten to call the police… how dare I refuse payment… how dare I treat his employees that way. I attempted to explain what I wanted to discuss, but he continued to talk over me. At one point, he placed me on hold to talk to his installers, at which point they returned to the basement, tore out their installation and left the house, leaving my wife stunned, sobbing, and frantic. When Daniel returned, he continued to yell at me until I flatly stated he had done nothing to improve the situation but yell at me and refuse to listen. At that point, I was able to tell my story, while Daniel interjected defensive statements regarding their policies and procedures. We had been on the phone 45 minutes when I gave up and demanded a refund of my deposit since no work was actually done. Daniel immediately switched to customer service mode, stating he did not wish to upset me and wanted to make it right. He offered to come out and do the work himself the next day. I agreed, provided he re-bid the job entirely to ensure correct pricing. I took time off work, and Daniel came the next morning, re-bid the job $75 higher than the first bid, though stating he would “throw in” drywall repair for free despite it explicitly stated as part of the first bid. I negotiated him down to the original bid for the original price. I received paperwork and we scheduled a time for later that evening. He actually arrived an hour and a half early. I had thankfully taken the whole day off rather than a half-day. Partway into the job, Daniel consulted with me about changing the terms yet again, reducing his workload but not altering the price. His rationale for for leaving the Y-join as it was seemed sound. He stated it would leak in the event of a sewer backup, and wanted to leave it exposed so the leak wouldn't ruin the inside of the wall. I hesitantly agreed, but later learned the connection shouldn't leak by design, but should be completely sealed. Daniel assured me he would make it all look pristine and flawless. Again, the job ended up going until 11pm; I can’t imagine how long it would have gone had I insisted on the original workload. A few hours passed and Daniel called me down again, stating he had to leave for another appointment and would leave his coworker to finish mudding and sanding the drywall repair. I was stunned because he promised to complete the job himself, but wouldn’t actually see it to completion, and further stunned when he asked for final payment before he left. I stated I would not make final payment until the job was complete, but if he needed to leave, I would be fine calling in payment. He refused and returned to the basement to wait because of 2% higher fees from the credit card company if I called in the card number. I calculated the difference in fees as $10. We were dismayed by how we were being treated and told Daniel we were not feeling satisfied. He became impatient and stated that he had done everything for us and what could we possibly still want. I asked for a discount due to all the trouble (until this point we were only receiving the original job at the original bid price, with no concessions for the horrors of the night before). He offered us $50 on an $1,100 job. We accepted provided we also received a written apology from the first installers. Daniel replied: “So if I give you $50 and a letter of apology, you can guarantee me a 5-star review?” This was not the first time he used a 5-five star review as a bargaining chip. I was deeply offended by his insistence that I review him well— a review should be a natural extension of the nature and outcome of a job, not a point of negotiation between the owner of a company and a customer. At some point in the evening, Daniel left without informing us, leaving one worker to finish the drywall. At 11pm, the remaining worker told us it was “as good as it’s going to be” and he needed to leave. “Let this dry overnight, then sand it with this.” I was exhausted after over 8 hours of installers in my home, not to mention the ordeal the night before, so I accepted, and issued payment, which had to be called in anyway since Daniel had left anyway. Before retiring, I took pictures of the work, the hose sticking out of our wall at one point and entering an pipe inlet at another part (neither of which were there before the work began), the unsealed pipe-inlet connection that could allow sewer gasses to escape or even sewage in the event of a backup, the cracks along overly-mudded drywall, and the gaps between drywall and fixtures I specifically pointed out and was told would be repaired. The next morning, the job looked as hasty and shabby as it had the night before. I took more pictures, which I emailed to the company after lodging a formal complaint with the office receptionist since Daniel was not available. I asked for Daniel to call me because the work done was not pristine or flawless as he asserted it would be, evidenced by the pictures I attached. After several days, Connectionz Plumbing returned my call. I spoke with Daniel. He offered to send someone once again to fix the issues that "aren't up to your standard." I informed him I no longer had any interest in any dealings with Connectionz except for a partial refund so I can hire another company to fix it. Daniel refused, accusing me of blackmailing his company when I stated I would reflect our conversation in my review.
- Andrew B....
AGoff Plumbing
Can't say enough about this guy!  Honest and really goes above and beyond.  Pricing was very reasonable and service was very prompt.  If given the choice, I won't use anyone else.
- David D....
ACANADA'S DRIPFIXERS PLUMBING SERVICE
THE COMPANY OPERATOR WAS VERY RESPONSIVE WHEN MY WIFE CALLED ON MONDAY AND ARRANGED FOR AN APPOINTMENT THE NEXT DAY, WHEN I WOULD BE HOME FROM A BUSINESS TRIP. JEFF LEE SHOWED UP WITHIN THE ALLOTTED APPOINTMENT WINDOW AND WAS QUICK TO CONFIRM THE SOURCE OF THE WATER LEAKAGE INTO OUR BASEMENT. HE TOOK CARE TO PROTECT OUR BASEMENT CARPETING FROM DEBRIS AND WATER AS HE HAD TO CUT THROUGH DRYWALL TO REACH THE FAULTY LINE JOINT. THE REPAIR WAS DONE IN AN EFFICIENT WAY. I PARTICULARLY APPRECIATED JEFF'S EXPLANATIONS OF HOW THE LINE SEPARATION MAY HAVE OCCURRED AND THE STEPS HE TOOK TO USE THE PROPER GRADE ADHESIVES TO ASSURE PREVENTION OF ANOTHER EPISODE. HE EVEN WENT THE STEP BEYOND TO EXCAVATE THE EXTERNAL, IN-GROUND PORTION OF THE SUMP PUMP DISCHARGE LINE TO CHECK IT'S INTEGRITY. WE ARE FORTUNATE HE DID, AS THAT CONNECTION WAS ALSO LOOSE AND WAS THEN REPAIRED. JEFF DID WHAT IT TOOK AND DID SO PLEASANTLY. CANADA PLUMBERS WILL BE ON OUR CALL-BACK LIST.
- Michael A....