Recent Review: Starting Saturday morning, 2/23/2013, we heard a water running sound in the master bathroom wall, sounded like toilet water running. We couldn't find any open faucet. It got worse later in the morning, so turned off water to the house, and called Heath Phillips. He was working all Saturday, and didn't finish until after 8:00 p.m. He called to let us know he was still working, and we said we could wait until the next day. He volunteered to come out Sunday, and after finishing another job, he came to address our problem Sunday evening. I had tried to take off the shower faucet assembly myself to see if I could find the leaking area, and caused another leak at the shower faucet by damaging the small pipes' connections to the faucet. He repaired those leaks Sunday evening, but couldn't find the main leak, eventually determining that it was under the slab of the house. He was already booked for Monday, but came back Tuesday morning early to start working on finding the location of the leak by pressuring the water pipes with air, then listening for the bubbling sound through tiny holes drilled in the corners of bathroom tile and adjacent kitchenette on the other side of the wall between. He advised us of an alternate company that finds water leaks, but usually charge about $350. I decided to let him try his method first, which was able to locate the area of the leak. He performed the work as described above. His motto is and quot;Expect to Be Impressedand quot;, and my wife and I were both thrilled with his professionalism, courtesy, and knowledge of plumbing. He seemed to know all the tricks of the trade, yet did his best to limit the damage to the slab and area above, preferring to go through the kitchen linoleum tile floor rather than the more expensive bathroom tile floor. I'm proud to say we've found a plumber for any of our future needs.