Conway Gas Line Repair

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Business Description: Heating & Air Mechanical Contractor. Servicing Residential & Commercial. Licensed In SC
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Business Description: We have experience in any wood work, designs/ideas for homes, sealing windows/roofs, gardening, insulation, framing, tile work, fixing gas water heaters, welding, electric, plumbing, concrete, and much more. am a family friendly business me and my wife have worked together excellently over 5 years together remodeling homes, fixing broken homes or items, and managing creative designs/ideas. We have some of the best communication in this country, we are very skilled, knowledgeable, wise, and get the job done right.
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Business Description: At Mr. Rooter® Plumbing every customer’s individual needs are important. Whether it’s a simple sink clog or a damaged sewer line, you can count on a Mr. Rooter plumber to take care of your plumbing needs – day or night – with never an overtime charge. Our professional service, quality products and honest, up-front pricing make Mr. Rooter the best value in plumbing services nationwide. Mr. Rooter is ready for all emergency plumbing issues, from clogged drains and sewage backups to frozen pipes and leaking water heaters. You can count on an expert diagnosis from Mr. Rooter with our camera inspection tools. Then we’ll fix it right the first time, whether it takes HydroScrub® drain cleaning or trenchless pipe repair, with courteous smiles on our faces. There's a reason they call us Mr.® Call your local Mr. Rooter today. Mr Rooter of Myrtle Beach is a local, Veteran owned company.

Reviews in Conway to Repair Gas Line

FARS/Rescue Rooter of Myrtle Beach
After three days of "testing" the system by pressurizing the lines, it was clear there was a lack of competence. 1.  Day 1.  Lines were pressurized to the incorrect pressure. 2.  Day 2.  Lines were pressurized to the correct pressure and pressure dropped indicating a leak.  They told us that the drop in pressure was due to the temperature change. 3.  Day 3.  Line was pressurized to correct pressure again and dropped to ZERO.  Now they were going to investigate a leak.  Capped off an area and repressurized to 20 lbs. City Inspector came and was about to sign off when we showed him the line was capped off.  They (ARS) did not have us on the schedule to follow up after they pressurized the line and continue to investigate a leak.   At that point our project manager  found another company ( see next review)  and when they came, they removed the pressure gauge....it was disconnected and still read 20 lbs of pressure! We will never let this company near our home again.
- Cynthia V....