Owensboro Sump Pump Replacement

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Business Description: Best services possible for the homeowners and business owners in our community. To that end, each and every master plumber here at 24/7 Plumbers is held to the highest standards of training, experience, versatility, and professionalism. This means that when you choose 24/7 Plumbers you can count on receiving the precise service solutions you’re looking for quickly and with quality that’s built to last.
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Recent Review: The plumber came with the needed replacement pump and related supplies. He did the work quickly and well, including making adjustments due to the age of the replaced parts. I have no basis for comparing the cost with what another plumber would have charged.
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Recent Review: It went great- he cleaned up around the area and even check out my sump pump to make sure it was in working order.
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Recent Review: We had some of the pipes under the house changed out, new pipes to and from the water heater and had a sump pump installed.
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Recent Review: It went extremely well. In the 12 years we have used Bayer's, we have never had bad results.
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Recent Review: He is licensed and showed me proof of his credentials. He has been in business for over 30 years. He does excellent work and I would recommend him.
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Business Description: " We're Redi When You're Ready & We'll Beat Any Competitor's Price " We flat rate all work, with no over time. A1 Redi Rooter Plumbing, Sewer & Drain Services We offer Plumbing Repairs, Sewer and Drain cleaning for Residential & Commercial customers. For Best Service, please call 812-575-4247, please do not message. All plumbing and drain cleaning jobs we take on we get results, and if we guarantee it, we stand behind it. My service areas are Vanderburgh, Warrick, Posey, Gibson & Henderson Counties. All work procedures are gone over with customer, all work done by flat rate, & you approve all work before we do it. Also offering Maintenance Programs, Video Inspections, Line Locating, Hydro Jetting, Bio Clean, Water Alarms, & more. See what customers are saying about us at www.facebook.com/a1redirooter. Also Emergency Service Available
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Recent Review: , it took a long time to start the job because they were very busy, from all the rain we had, once they came everything was done and they did a great job!!!!
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Reviews in Owensboro to Replace Sump Pumps

AAmerican Plumbing
It went great- he cleaned up around the area and even check out my sump pump to make sure it was in working order.
- Jamie W....
ABill's Plumbing Service
We had some of the pipes under the house changed out, new pipes to and from the water heater and had a sump pump installed.
- Linda P....
ABayer's Plumbing Inc
It went extremely well. In the 12 years we have used Bayer's, we have never had bad results.
- Herman B....
AHOFFMAN PLUMBING INC
The plumber came with the needed replacement pump and related supplies. He did the work quickly and well, including making adjustments due to the age of the replaced parts. I have no basis for comparing the cost with what another plumber would have charged.
- Roberta A....
ARheinlander Construction
He is licensed and showed me proof of his credentials. He has been in business for over 30 years. He does excellent work and I would recommend him.
- May M....
FA1 Redi Rooter
Not well at all. I am very displeased with the service and fees charged. Changed the sump pump and said we had a blockage. He was at my house maybe a half of a day for two days and he could not locate the blockage so he told me to call the City Sewer Dept. because he said it was on their side. I called them and they came out the next day. After digging up my backyard and checking the lines thoroughly, could not find on blockage on their end. They said it was on our end. A-1 Redi Rooter charged me over $700.00 for a job that was not completed. The plumber also told me that we needed to replace the seal on the toilet because it more than likely was bad. Why he didn't do it, I don't know. My husband and son replaced the seal, still had the problem with back-flow, but not as bad. Called another plumber as I was not happy with A-1 Redi Rooter. They came out and within 1.5 hours found and fixed our problem and only charged me $200.00. Maybe the A-1 Redi Rooter plumber needs to go back to school and relearn what he should already know how to do. Apparently he didn't check far enough for the blockage, because the other plumber found it right away. I will never use or refer A-1 Redi Rooter to anyone. UPDATE 10/18/18: I just wanted to add to my review some things in response to Mike's comments. I believe he is mixed up on a few items. He said I paid $375 on Sunday for installation of pump and time. I paid $336.99 for his first trip to my house on September 9, 2018. He was unable to locate the blockage that day. Tried to call another gentleman to either assist him or finish the work on September 10, 2018. The other gentleman could not help him out, so Mike looked for the clog and charged me another $375.00 on that day. He could not find the clog and told me it was on the city's side to call them. I called them and they came out and dug up my backyard and could not find any blockages. They told me it was on my side. I then proceeded to call another plumber, since I was dissatisfied with Mike's work, and called Jiffy Rooter. They came out the next day and found the problem immediately and fixed our problem in less than 1.5 hours and only charged me $200.00. Mike apparently only ran a cable line 100 feet, and that is the reason he couldn't find anything. Jiffy Rooter ran a line 200 feet and found the clog. Also, Mike said that I told him that I didn't want him to do anything until I talked to a family member to see if they could do the work. I never told him that because I don't have anyone in my family who can do that or have the tools to do it. He must have gotten me mixed up with another customer. He also told me we had tree roots, which the city said we did not have any tree roots. In the future, I will not be calling A-1 Redi Rooter for any business. Jiffy Rooter will be the one that I call if I need assistance.
- Dana C....
AGabe Mehringer Plumbing Inc
, it took a long time to start the job because they were very busy, from all the rain we had, once they came everything was done and they did a great job!!!!
- Daniel H....
BHealthy Spaces
On April 14 I  met with Scott Thompson of Healthy Spaces to get an estimate on waterproofing my basement.  My basement is mostly finished with panelling and carpeting.  After measuring the space, Scott gave me an estimate of $4862.  He told me I would have to move all furniture 48" away from all outside walls but I would not have to remove the panelling or carpeting.  The carpeting could be pulled back from the walls to do the work.  He also mentioned a discount if I paid the deposit up front and the rest at completion of the work. I got estimates from two other companies, and both of them required me to remove the panelling and carpeting before they could do the job.  This is the main reason I chose Healthy Spaces to do the work, along with their A rating on Angie's List and the Better Business Bureau. On May 12 a crew from Healthy Spaces arrived to begin the work.  The first thing Steve asked me when he walked down into the basement was if they were supposed to remove the panelling.  I told him what Scott told me about not needing to do that.  He said he absolutely could not do the job without removing part of the panelling.  Since it was cut the panelling or not get the job done, I agreed to let them cut my panelling. When they dug the hole for the sump pump, they found I had a monolithic foundation.  When I googled it, I found that, although fairly uncommon, a monolithic foundation is detectable by looking at the lowest block in a concrete block wall.  If it is at least 8" tall, it is likely to be part of a monolithic foundation.  Blocks less than 8" indicate a non-monolithic foundation.  Obviouslly this is not without exceptions, but if questionable, drilling a pilot hole in the concrete floor would provide the answer.  I would like to think that identifying a monolithic foundation would be crucial in determining the type of waterproofing system to use and definitely something to consider when giving an estimate. Unfortunately the system that Healthy Spaces brought to my house was one that could not be used with my foundation.  This system required digging a trench with jack hammers all around my basement walls.  Once the system was installed, in the trench, it would be covered with concrete.  The baseboard-like system that had to be used in my basement is above the ground and was fastened to the floor with epoxy.  It required less materials and less labor.  Since they didn't have the baseboard system in stock, they had to order it, postponing the completion of the job for 9 days. i was told by Steve that the other system was not going to be more expensive - it should be less.  My brother-in-law was with me when I was given that information.  Steve also said that Scott Thompson would contact me because I would have to sign  a different contract.  Scott called me several days later and told me that the price would remain the same even though he thought the baseboard system was more expensive.  I couldn't understand how that could be with so much less material and labor involved.  Also when the sump pump was installed, the original plan was to have it drain away from my house by means of a trench that would run approximately 20 feet out to the street in front of my house.  Since I already had an underground pipe leading out to the street, dug by another contractor in an attempt to channel water away from the foundation, all Steve had to do was run his sump pump discharge about 3 feet to my existing pipe. The last time I spoke to Scott Thompson, he said he had to talk to his boss, the owner of the company, but he said I would get some sort of discount.  He would get back to me after Memorial Day.  i have not heard from him. When I asked Scott about the 10% Angie's List coupon that I printed out, he did not reply.  The company failed to honor the Angie's List coupon and the final bill showed no discount.   As weeks go by, I am gradually cleaning up and replacing the torn up panelling and insulation left by Healthy Spaces.  I have hopes that the system that was installed will work to keep water out of my basement, but I very much dislike the fact that I was told that I would not have to remove my paneling to begin with.  The mess left in my basement is terrible. 7/31/14  As an addendum, after meeting with Damon Cheatam and expressing my dissatisfaction, not with the actual work, but with the beginning estimate procedures, he explained to me the circumstances under which my incorrect estimate was given.  He asked what his company could do to make me happy.  I told him I would like them to honor the 10% Angie's List discount coupon I gave him.  Meetings were held, and the end result was I received a check in the mail for the 10% discount.  In spite of a few issues, this company has proven to be one of integrity and one which obviously cares about reputation and customer satisfaction.  I have changed my ratings accordingly.
- Barbara E....
BJ E Shekell Heating Air Electrical & Plumbing
Two things happened. I had an issue with a sump pump in a crawl space under the house. They sent somebody out and he went under the house and changed the pump. He presented me with a bill and all it had was the cost of the visit. I asked him to itemize the bill because it was blank and had what ever he was charging me for it. I think he might have got offended because maybe he thought I didn't believe him. I thought that it was a little odd that he would act clearly offended. This was just a technician not someone in the office. He said he would have to call the office to get an itemized list. I told him to go ahead and that I have nothing but time. I feel like as a consumer you want to know what you are paying for. You can't just hand somebody a blank bill with $300 dollars on the bottom of it and it be ok. There was a miscommunication in the office as to what I was going to be charged but it was ok. The noise with the pump was still going on so I had to call the guy back. I called and asked them to send somebody else out. I ended up speaking with a Sheckle this time. He sent a different guy out. He fixed it. He was very thorough. I think after the initial hick-up with the first guy it all worked itself out. The price wasn't exorbitant.
- Tyna K....
AAltstadt Plumbing Services
They were really good. I was very happy with them on all accounts. They showed me the old sump pump and it had been bad for a long time. They brought in an electrician to fix a lever alarm switch. They were cheaper, they fixed it, they were here and they explained stuff.
- Don T....