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  • A
    DL Plumbing
    I let DL Plumbing know I work everyday so I need my water heater replaced ASAP! They came out that same day around my scheduled was done in 4 hrs. I had hot water for the next day. Yeah! I will keep DL Plumbing as my preferred Plumbing needs. They were so Professional and cleaned up after themselves.
    - Sandra C.
  • A
    Class Act Plumbing, Heating, Air & Rooter
    Mr. Shaver called me back promptly after I left him a message last night and came to my house first thing this morning. He explained what he what needed, gave me a quote which I approved, and went right to work. It is obvious he has years of experience and really knows his craft. After digging up the earth around the outside water pressure piping where the work was required, he replaced the sod nicely and my water pressure had improved greatly - problem solved! I would recommend calling Mr. Shaver if you have any plumbing or A/C needs. Thank you!
    - Deborah M.
  • C
    Sacramento Repipe and Plumbing
    It was a week-long adventure that proceeded nicely at times and not so nicely at other times. The reason for the low rating was (1) the lack of insulation around hot and cold water pipes in a very hot attic and (2) the cloud of dust generated by the finish work -- both are explained below. Several pictures are attached. In May, 2018, we had Sacramento Repipe remove the Kitec hot and cold water system which was installed by the builder (17 years ago), and install new PEX hot and cold water lines throughout the house. Work progressed rapidly and the piping work was completed in less than three days. The finish and repainting took two days, so all was completed within 5 days (Monday to Friday). Issues: 1. They said they insulated the attic hot and cold, but they only put a R-value 3 foam tubing over the lines, and there were gaps where red (hot) and blue (cold) PEX could be seen.. Also, the r-3 tubing wasn���t properly sealed and didn���t encircle the PEX in most places. In some places, they left off PEX insulation and didn���t pull back the original blown-in insulation. See attached photos. 2. As a result of inadequate attic insulation of hot and cold PEX, the water temperature in both hot and cold lines can become about 15 degrees above outdoor ambient. This isn���t a problem in summer for the hot side, but is a problem for the cold side. For example, on our 100 degrees outdoor days, measured cold water temperature was 115 degrees for a full 4 minutes. If it reaches 110+ outside (which it does here occasionally), the hot/cold water at outlets is dangerous. 3. Their piping work and drywall finish work was not coordinated. They removed all plastic over the furniture after piping was completed (Wednesday). The cloud of dust from the finish work covered floor, blinds, furniture ��� everything ��� afterwards (Friday). More discussion: ��� At the start of the job (Monday AM), the floors were covered with paper and secured, and all furniture was covered with plastic. Our contact, Kellen, was very helpful to get everything organized. ��� Work progressed without problem, and when the piping was completed and holes covered (but not plastered), all protective plastic and paper was removed. ��� During the system test, the only problem was a crossed cold to hot for an outside hose bib. That was quickly fixed. ��� The drywall repair began Thursday with filling, spraying and texturing. They put down a small number of blankets and nothing over the furniture. ��� After the texture was dry, an electric sander smoothed the surface, causing a cloud of dust that covered everything in the house. They claimed that they used a HEPA filter vacuum, but that was not effective with the dust cloud. ��� It took us a full day to clean the dust after they completed painting. Why wouldn���t the original plastic covers be kept on until the entire job was finished? ��� When re-installing the mirrors, we noticed one was cracked ��� they had just set it onto a tile floor with no padding. We received $150 to replace it. ��� Right away, we noticed that the cold water was warm. Sacramento Re-pipe installed a Grundfos re-circulation system. This wasn���t expensive but is a really stupid system, pushing hot water into the cold water line (and back to the hot water tank) whenever the pump is on when and the water at the local sensor (located at the faucets) is not hot enough. The sensor leaks, so even when the pump is off, warmer water passes into the cold water line. We had Sacramento Repipe disconnect the local sensors, and that worked on cool days. ��� However, the main issue is that Sacramento Repipe did not sufficiently insulate the hot and cold water lines in the attic. The thin foam tubes have a R-value of about 3, and the poor installation of the foam tubes left openings on all hot and cold water lines (they were not sealed correctly). They did nothing to put back the blown-insulation, so insulation was off in some areas almost to the drywall below. See attached pictures. ��� At record 115 degree outdoor temperatures (we have these here), the cold water will be scalding. That���s certainly a problem with toilet mechanism and refrigerator water feeds. ��� We plan to get a handyman or insulation company to fix everything (estimated cost is $1,200). As were told by Lincoln City Inspectors (who are currently looking into heat-related piping code issues), the Repipe people don���t know about anything except plumbing. Conclusion: Sacramento Repipe failed to adequately insulate the hot and cold water lines, leading to a potentially dangerous situation. The cold water system is exposed to attic temperature, which could easily cause scalding water at the faucets, toilets and refrigerator inlets, exceeding 120 degrees. Imagine getting into a shower and being sprayed with 120+ water and not being able to turn down water temperature. And in winter, with record cold temperatures of 17 degrees....? They tramped down and swept away blown-in insulation in several areas and didn���t replace it. They tore the A/C coolant line in a few places. They were hasty and careless with all their piping work in the attic. This is unacceptable, and we put a call into Sacramento Repipe. Their response: No response.
    - William K.
  • A
    BZ Plumbing Co Inc
    We had a great experience with BZ. We bought a house about 4 months ago and decided to have it repiped because of the chance of failure with the Kaitec plumbing. We wanted to get it done before we moved in and before any other work was done. When we originally contacted BZ, they were booked for a couple of months, but they promised to try to work us in because the house was empty. They did just that, working a couple of days when they could, and they finished the project in a week. They also do the drywall and painting as part of the job, something other repipe specialists don't do. The finished work was amazing. It was impossible to tell where the walls were opened because of the excellent work the dry wallers and painters did to finish the project. The price was reasonable also, since it included everything to finish the project. I'm very happy to recommend BZ.
    - CAROL E.
  • A
    Indoor Comfort Services Inc
    i have used these guys for years at both my own home and my rental properties. they always do a really great job weather it be for fixing things or installation. they have done everything from simple repairs to a variety of plumbing, heating and cooling and electrical jobs, to installing heating and air systems. very good company, i highly recommend them.
    - amy j.
  • A
    The Hot Water Heater Company Inc
    Doug was a great listener, very polite, personable and professional. He put together a solution which answered all our concerns. He shared his expertise; putting us at ease while he worked. Although our existing water heater was working, we called on a weekend and settled all the details. Installation was a short few days later and was completed same day. Excellent workmanship. We wouldn't hesitate to call this company for other projects. Highly recommend!
    - Jean T.
  • A
    JR Putman Plumbing, Heating and Air
    Had scheduled through another Angie's List deal w/ JR Putnam that was for a water heater flush/inspection and inc. a furnace inspection. The company sent a plumber and the inspection went fine except the tech was not rated to inspect the furnace. The tech was courteous and apologetic. The furnace inspection had to be scheduled three times because of ??? on the company's end, but it was finally done 3 weeks later. Re: the furnace inspection- the capacitor, an item that needed replacement and was replaced last year... well we were told that the same item needed replacement this year. The tech was very thorough, courteous, and tried to rectify the issue for no additional charge. Thanks. We're wondering why a new capacitor would only last a year and the original only three years... Makes us doubt the quality of the furnace they installed 4 years ago, as our last furnace lasted 15 yrs w/out issue before we replaced it at the same time w/ the AC and water heater.
    - Dawn W.
  • A
    AJS Sprinkler Inc
    The crew arrived in the scheduled window, quickly assessed the problems and recommended solutions. The problem in front was likely due to a plugged pipe running under our driveway. We were afraid we would have to break it up. However, they recommended just connecting that area to the backyard line. They did so and also ran new drip line and dial flows.
    - Crystal E.
  • A
    Super Brothers Plumbing Heating & Air
    They were outstanding. They went above and beyond. They went over and picked up the toilet and brought it here otherwise it would have had to be delivered. The toilet they needed to replaced needed some work and they did that and did not charge me anything extra. Pulled that one out and put the new one in that has worked perfectly. Very efficiently done, in and out. I would absolutely call them again if I needed them.
    - Kathy G.
  • A
    R&R Construction
    We hired Randy (R&R Construction) to completely remodel our house after purchase - kitchen, bath, painting, etc. He was absolutely outstanding! He built custom kitchen cabinets for us, demo'd the existing bathroom and converted the shower/tub combo to a new larger shower and linen closet, as well as ultimately re-faced the bathroom cabinetry to match the new cabinets he built for us in the kitchen. He also installed new lighting and all new appliances in our kitchen including a cooktop and built-in oven. In addition, he supervised the painting of the entire house and hired the sub-contractor. We hired Randy because we needed someone we could implicitly trust to do the job right and be on premises when we weren't. We lived 150 miles away during the entire time of the project and could only visit periodically. He was totally and absolutely the consummate professional - during each phase of construction, he was meticulous, neat and cleaned up thoroughly each time. We found Randy easy to work with, understanding and willing to make changes as we requested. We even re-hired him to install our new "monster TV" as he called it (his son supervised Randy)! Without hesitation, I strongly and highly recommend R&R Construction - he is simply the best and most honest you will find in Lincoln and surrounding areas!!
    - Stuart G.
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