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Recent Review: Can not say enough about how consistent Scott and his team are about being professional, responsive, and reasonable when it comes to plumbing issues. I have used rooter man before and I leaned on him again in this time of emergency and he came through. I contacted Scott late Thursday night (about 9:30) about my water heater that had just burst and he assured me that though he couldnt come out that night that he would contact me first thing Friday morning to schedule the replacement. Sure enough he contacted at 6:30 am and to my pleasant surprise had shifted some work loads for crews so that he could get my issue taken care of at 8 am. The installer showed up, was courteous, professional and efficient. Got my water heater swapped out and I was back in business by 10:30. The installer even made sure to reconfigure the gas line per the new plumbing codes. Scott and his crew turned a bad problem into a stress free fix and I could not be more thankful or impressed and being that I am an engineer, I am not easily impressed. I would definitely recommend Rooter Man for any of your plumbing needs.
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Business Description: We are a Full service Plumbing Contractor, We offer complete Bath & kitchen remodeling. Ceramic tile, Cabinets, Custom Showers, All work in house by employees of Tommy Brooks Plumbing. We also offer a full range of Plumbing Services, under slab leaks, re-pipes, Gas lines, Water heaters tankess , electric or gas. New Fixtures, repairs commercial or residential.
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Recent Review: We had an exceptional experience with Cornerstone. We found that their price quote was within reason and their installation of the tankless hot water heater to be superb. There  were a couple of check-ups required after the system was installed and Jon Mosher, the owner, was able to follow-up.  The installation was of high quality without any problems.  We are happy with the tankless hot water heater and would use Cornerstone in the future.
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Recent Review: Precisely as it should have . Mr Sobataka is efficient, experienced amiable anad a pleasure to work with. His price was exactly what he quoted, even though I felt had to spend considerably more time that he had planned, and made more trips than he had planned, due to gas co and gas retailer delays. I would commend him to everyone !
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Recent Review: He arrived on time, moved appliance, had proper equipment and supplies with him, capped gas line in a few short minutes. Worked at a high professional leve!
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Recent Review: I`VE USED HERSCHEY ON SEVERAL OCCASSIONS AND WILL CONTINUE TO USE HIM. HE`S THE BEST!
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Recent Review: He is always punctual and does great work.
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Recent Review: job was done just fine. Of course they had to cut sheet rock out from behind stove wall which required getting someone to repair that.
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Recent Review: The water heater saga. Not all related to Mr. Rooter, but it is germane to the work that was done. Last Wednesday I finally got around to hiring a plumber to reroute the gas line for our natural gas grill. He was an old crusty sole ( not Mr. Rooter), but really seemed to know what he was doing. Not only did he run a new line he cleaned up a couple of lines that the previous owner had put in. He made everything look much neater and probably more efficient. Before he left he made sure the the hot water heater and all the other appliances that use NG had their pilots lit and were running.  Then the trouble began. Thursday morning I get up, after missing two days of school with a horrible stomach bug, looking forward to a nice hot shower to get the day started. Never happened, I relit the pilot on the hot water heater, told my wife how lucky she was that SHE was getting a nice hot shower, got ready for school and left. That evening she tells me she had a thrilling COLD shower, so I call the original plumber and explain what happened and he says it has to be something wrong with the the water heater. I thought it a strange coincidence that a perfectly good water heater (only 8 yrs old) would throw a weak flame only after the work he did. But we both concluded that there was not really anything he could do since he really didn't work with water heaters, and I should call the manufacturer to see if there was a part that had gone bad. There was the first mistake. Friday I call a different plumber (who installs our brand) only to discover they will "try" to make it out here by the end of the day to take a look and will get back to me. Needless to say I never heard back from them.  Saturday, after residing ourselves to not having a hot shower for at least another couple of days (what plumber works on weekends) I called MrRooter. Fantastic people, had a guy out here by 11:00 am. I explained the entire story, he lit the pilot as I did and watched the heater do exactly what it had been doing, light for about 15 seconds, then shut of. He concluded that it was a worn thermocouple and could run to Home Depot about a mile away, grab one and install. Of course that wasn't the problem (it wouldn't be a saga if the fix was that easy). We discussed options and decided it must be the control panel and since the heater is 8 yrs old, it would be more cost effective if we replaced it. Two hours later a new heater in place we light it, see everything lights, and settle up on the bill. After he leaves I go to the unit and try to look in the window to see the pilot and can't. Like an idiot, I assume that I just can't see it, and wait for the water to heat up. Another two hours go by and still no hot water. I decide to see if I need to relight the pilot, and do. THE EXACT SAME THING HAPPENS, LIGHTS WITH A WEAK FLAME AND THEN AUTO SHUTS OFF AFTER 15 SECONDS! Call MrRooter and explain. I get the local owner on the phone and he is just as perplexed and sends the first guy back. Now we know there must be something wrong with the line, but what. I hypothesize it may be a damaged valve, the tech thinks there is debris in the line. He connects a pressure gauge to the heater and we see that obviously it is not getting enough pressure (why didn't we think of that right away; kind of like "is it plugged in"). He takes the line off, blows and a little dust comes out, not the problem. He then shuts the gas off to the house and disconnects the valve. As he takes it off, he turns it over and good size pile of dust pours out. He reconnects everything, pressure tests the line and now everything is fine. We had hot water within 30 minutes. So what happened? I believe the original plumber in rerouting everything shook up 50 years of galvanized pipe innards only to fall on a closed valve. Plumbers spend most of their time running water pipe and the dust that gets shook up simply gets washed away when you turn the water back on; NG does not have enough mass to do this. So we have a new water heater that wasn't really needed, but in the long run we noticed a bit of rust forming on the one he took out, so it was going to have to be replaced soon anyway. I wish I would have insisted that it must have been something to first guy did, but even the other two plumbers did not think of the dust and thought something had simply gone wrong coincidently. Lesson learned? Always check to see if it is plugged in first. Mr. Rooter was very professional in what they did.  My only disappointment was that he only did the "standard" troubleshooting, bad thermocouple, bad control panel, then replace the heater.  No real careful analysis of the problem: not enough gas getting to the heater.
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Recent Review: Bobby and his crew did a great job. It was suppose to be just replacing a water heater but they found a gas leak that could have been a disaster. Had to call Gas company to check it out but Bobby and his staff were able to order extra equipment needed for the job which was shipped overnight and job was completed promptly the next day. Had no hot water only 1 night but I at least had water. Bobby went over all expected and unexpected costs. Very courteous people to work with. I have used their services before and have been pleased with their response time, professionalism and would recommend them.

Reviews in Seabrook for Gas Line Installation

AJohn Butler Plumbing & General Contracting
SHOWED UP ON TIME AND GAVE A VERY IN DEPTH ESTIMATE AND THE SCOPE OF WORK NEEDED. ARRIVED 2 DAYS LATER ON TIME AND BEGAN THE WORK. THER WAS 1 MINOR PROBLEM DISCOVERED BECAUSE OF WORK BY ANOTHER CONTRACTOR. FINISHED AND CAME BACK FOR DRYWALL FININSHING. A REALLY GREAT CONTRACTOR. VERY CARING AND TRUTHFUL. YOU GET YOUR MONEYS WORTH WITH JOHN.
- Mike R....
ATim Sobataka Plumbing Service
Precisely as it should have . Mr Sobataka is efficient, experienced amiable anad a pleasure to work with. His price was exactly what he quoted, even though I felt had to spend considerably more time that he had planned, and made more trips than he had planned, due to gas co and gas retailer delays. I would commend him to everyone !
- Julian T....
AConley Plumbing
He arrived on time, moved appliance, had proper equipment and supplies with him, capped gas line in a few short minutes. Worked at a high professional leve!
- Robert T....
BJenkins Plumbing Co
job was done just fine. Of course they had to cut sheet rock out from behind stove wall which required getting someone to repair that.
- John D....
FCornerstone Plumbing, LLC
They gave me an appointment with a 3 hour window for them to arrive. Jon Mosher was a no show. I received no contact or phone call. Called the office near end of appointment window to find out if they were going to show up. Was told by their office, they would get right back to me with a status. They never got back to me. I should bill them for my time.
- Willard H....
AMr Rooter Plumbing of Savannah
The water heater saga. Not all related to Mr. Rooter, but it is germane to the work that was done. Last Wednesday I finally got around to hiring a plumber to reroute the gas line for our natural gas grill. He was an old crusty sole ( not Mr. Rooter), but really seemed to know what he was doing. Not only did he run a new line he cleaned up a couple of lines that the previous owner had put in. He made everything look much neater and probably more efficient. Before he left he made sure the the hot water heater and all the other appliances that use NG had their pilots lit and were running.  Then the trouble began. Thursday morning I get up, after missing two days of school with a horrible stomach bug, looking forward to a nice hot shower to get the day started. Never happened, I relit the pilot on the hot water heater, told my wife how lucky she was that SHE was getting a nice hot shower, got ready for school and left. That evening she tells me she had a thrilling COLD shower, so I call the original plumber and explain what happened and he says it has to be something wrong with the the water heater. I thought it a strange coincidence that a perfectly good water heater (only 8 yrs old) would throw a weak flame only after the work he did. But we both concluded that there was not really anything he could do since he really didn't work with water heaters, and I should call the manufacturer to see if there was a part that had gone bad. There was the first mistake. Friday I call a different plumber (who installs our brand) only to discover they will "try" to make it out here by the end of the day to take a look and will get back to me. Needless to say I never heard back from them.  Saturday, after residing ourselves to not having a hot shower for at least another couple of days (what plumber works on weekends) I called MrRooter. Fantastic people, had a guy out here by 11:00 am. I explained the entire story, he lit the pilot as I did and watched the heater do exactly what it had been doing, light for about 15 seconds, then shut of. He concluded that it was a worn thermocouple and could run to Home Depot about a mile away, grab one and install. Of course that wasn't the problem (it wouldn't be a saga if the fix was that easy). We discussed options and decided it must be the control panel and since the heater is 8 yrs old, it would be more cost effective if we replaced it. Two hours later a new heater in place we light it, see everything lights, and settle up on the bill. After he leaves I go to the unit and try to look in the window to see the pilot and can't. Like an idiot, I assume that I just can't see it, and wait for the water to heat up. Another two hours go by and still no hot water. I decide to see if I need to relight the pilot, and do. THE EXACT SAME THING HAPPENS, LIGHTS WITH A WEAK FLAME AND THEN AUTO SHUTS OFF AFTER 15 SECONDS! Call MrRooter and explain. I get the local owner on the phone and he is just as perplexed and sends the first guy back. Now we know there must be something wrong with the line, but what. I hypothesize it may be a damaged valve, the tech thinks there is debris in the line. He connects a pressure gauge to the heater and we see that obviously it is not getting enough pressure (why didn't we think of that right away; kind of like "is it plugged in"). He takes the line off, blows and a little dust comes out, not the problem. He then shuts the gas off to the house and disconnects the valve. As he takes it off, he turns it over and good size pile of dust pours out. He reconnects everything, pressure tests the line and now everything is fine. We had hot water within 30 minutes. So what happened? I believe the original plumber in rerouting everything shook up 50 years of galvanized pipe innards only to fall on a closed valve. Plumbers spend most of their time running water pipe and the dust that gets shook up simply gets washed away when you turn the water back on; NG does not have enough mass to do this. So we have a new water heater that wasn't really needed, but in the long run we noticed a bit of rust forming on the one he took out, so it was going to have to be replaced soon anyway. I wish I would have insisted that it must have been something to first guy did, but even the other two plumbers did not think of the dust and thought something had simply gone wrong coincidently. Lesson learned? Always check to see if it is plugged in first. Mr. Rooter was very professional in what they did.  My only disappointment was that he only did the "standard" troubleshooting, bad thermocouple, bad control panel, then replace the heater.  No real careful analysis of the problem: not enough gas getting to the heater.
- Adam W....
AH20 Plumbing Services LLC
Bobby and his crew did a great job. It was suppose to be just replacing a water heater but they found a gas leak that could have been a disaster. Had to call Gas company to check it out but Bobby and his staff were able to order extra equipment needed for the job which was shipped overnight and job was completed promptly the next day. Had no hot water only 1 night but I at least had water. Bobby went over all expected and unexpected costs. Very courteous people to work with. I have used their services before and have been pleased with their response time, professionalism and would recommend them.
- Linda K....
AConley Plumbing
Fabulous job!!  Joe is a great person and does quality work in a timely and efficient manner.  I will definitely hire him again!
- Mary A....
ATim Andrews
Overall, everything went very well. He came in right under the estimated price. He was on time and did what was expected. I would use him again in the future if I needed to.
- Anthony F....
AWhitmore Plumbing
The price was very reasonable and I was actually shocked how little it cost to do what they did. This company was absolutely fabulous. The whole experience was great. They actually went beyond and installed the stove for me which they did not have to do. They also helped me with another little issue I had. The quality of service was great, their workmen were very professional.
- Marty T....