Recent Review: Initially the washer spigots needed to be changed to prepare for a new washer. I also noticed water damage on the underside of the vanity along the back wall in the hallway bathroom. I didn't think this was too bad because there is no wetness. It was not till while in the bathroom (seated..you figure it out) that I saw a pile of wood debris, similar to sawdust on the right underside below the door of the vanity. After I was done, I examined the debris and this led me to see more damage on the right side wall inside. This time I was not sure if this was active (wet) or not. I made pencil marks along the edge of the stain to check for gradual increase in size. To me this too was not active but in the back of my mind, I needed a professional opinion. This is when I called Dave, from a result of a search on Angie's and reading the reviews. Dave and his partner checked the plumbing lines from the tub to toilet then over to the vanity then around to the master bedroom bath which seemed to share the lines. Of course Dave didn't have to rip any walls to check, his experience didn't require it. He noticed that the staining in the walls of the vanity were not active, and in fact Dave was able to poke a finger into the stained part of the right wall, and said its similar to dry rot, but still keep an eye on it. He did not have to do any work, and advised against it. I also have some tile damage around the bathtub, and Dave suggested he take a look at it while the tile is removed during repair at a later date. Dave and his partner then moved onto the spigots in the laundry room. The cowling had to be removed for better access. In spite of the location of the water heater, the guys got the spigots removed with a good deal of effort. Replacements were installed with all the necessary sealing in the threads. Dave warned that if there is some leakage around the spigots, to go ahead and tighten them about 1/4 turn. I got my washer 2 weeks ago, and for the 4-5 washings I did thus far, there's no leakage. So far so good. I'm so glad that Dave did not have to go through some "spiel" on the "need" to repair the bathroom. No unnecessary work there. Just watch it from time to time as he suggested.