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  • A
    A1 Underground & Plumbing Services LLC
    One of the best providers I have had the chance to work with in South Florida....after living here for 40 years.....that says a lot. I would definitely recommend to anyone that is faced with the significant issue of replacing all of their underground plumbing...a large expense that is underground.
    - Stephan T.
  • A
    Terrano Plumbing & Remodeling
    The very best experience that I have ever had with a contractor in my home. Mr Terrano as well as each and every person on his staff were knowledgeable and efficient. All workers were respectful of my home, my family and even my neighbors. Everyone showed up as expected (something that is almost unheard of here in South Florida). Mr Terrano had knowledge of local code requirements and helped me to correct some problems in my design that would have caused me problems later, thus saving me headaches and money. The workmanship is excellent. I would use him again.
    - Barbara W.
  • A
    Plumber Mikes
    We called Plumber Mikes and they were able to get someone out same-day. This was a blessing as we were in a bad situation. Manny from Plumber Mikes was dispatched and he called when he was on his way. Manny is a very knowledgeable, professional and positive person. Manny began with the roof vents and attempted to clear the clog from there. It turns out, our plumbing in the house does not have a proper vent for the toilet and shower in the affected bathroom. Manny then moved his equipment to the bathroom and was successful in clearing the blockage. He reset the toilet and ensured everything was clean when the job was complete. We are very pleased with the job and in dealing with Manny and Plumber Mikes.
    - Paul M.
  • F
    Mr. Rooter of Broward County
    Oh Mr. Rooter, how you?ve reamed me.  Let me count the 275 ways...
    Granted, our problem was not of the pedestrian variety.  However, I had hoped that a company the size of Mr. Rooter would have the resources to solve it.  
    We have a tankless gas water heater.  It became finicky as of late.  It would get the water nice and hot, but as soon as you turned it down just a bit, it went ice cold.  So the choice was to take a scalding hot shower, a freezing cold shower, or open the hot water faucet on the sink.  It seemed that when we chose the last option, there was enough water being drawn from the water heater to keep it operating.  This seemed to temporarily fix the problem.  
    With all of this information, I assumed a professional plumbing service would have the ability to fix the problem.  I called one of the highest-reviewed Angie?s List plumbers in our area, and he admitted he did not know how to fix this particular unit.  He did, however, suggest a particular supervisor at Mr. Rooter.  
    I called Mr. Rooter and asked to speak with this south-Florida supervisor directly.  I was rebuffed and told by the dispatcher in New Jersey that a plumber would be sent to our home to diagnose the problem.  If that plumber could not solve the problem, a supervisor would come out.  This seemed like an unnecessary extra step, but I was at their mercy.  
    Brian from the south Florida branch of Mr. Rooter came to our house on time, and he could not have been more polite or professional.  Since I was told on the phone that putting a screwdriver to a screw would cost me a $65 diagnostic fee, I removed the cover to the unit myself so that Brian could take a look.  I may not know anything about plumbing, but I know what it looks like when someone doesn?t know what he?s doing.  Brian spent much of his time on the phone.  He told me the ?diagnostic fee? would be rolled into the charge for whatever service they decided to do.  
    Eventually, it was determined the unit needed to be ?flushed and descaled.?  It sounded like my flange modulator needed refinishing, but again, what was I to do?  A couple of hours and $275 later, and it was done.  Brian showed me hot water coming out of the shower.  Brian then alerted me to the fact that the heater itself was under warranty, so perhaps this problem was something the manufacturer could fix. For free.  This is information that would have been exceedingly helpful BEFORE he did a $275 procedure that in his estimation ?might? solve the problem.  
    I took a shower the next morning and found I had exactly no hot water.  None at all.  I was a bit upset.  I called Mr. Rooter and was told that the supervisor would finally respond!  That night even!
    Five times they called to let me know he was tied up on another call.  At 8 p.m., I told them it was too late.  We set it up for the following day.
    On my second day without hot water, the supervisor responded and discovered that Brian somehow forgot to turn the unit back on before he left.  Ok, no problem.  Maybe this is his first time with one of these new fangled units.  Oh, and the supervisor said it might be helpful to replace the shower head, as they sometimes calcify and the reduction in flow could be the cause of the problem.  Make sure it?s not low-flow.
    The next shower I took was the same as always:  First degree burns or goosebumps.  That last bit of advice though, the new showerhead, I thought I?d give that a try.
    One trip to Lowe's and $12.97 later, I had a cheap, standard shower head installed by my own inexperienced hand.  
    Problem solved.
    Two-hundred seventy-five dollars for nothing.  The price of two value meals and I fixed the problem myself.  
    Really?  This is what I would expect from fly-by night yellow page plumbers.  Apparently Mr. Rooter doesn?t mind fleecing their customers for services they don?t need while failing to solve the problems they called for.  All this on a unit the manufacturer would have fixed FOR FREE, if the problem had not been a CLOGGED SHOWER HEAD.
    Never again.
    - Geoffrey S.
  • A
    Kyle Plumbing II Inc
    We called Kyles plumbing at arong 5:00 pm. The plumber called within 30 minutes as promised and came over within 45 minutes as promised. This was after hours so the rate was emergency rate.  The plumber's name was Pete, he was professional, very nice and did good work.  Based on the emergency rate and what needed to be done, I thought the price was fair. He opened up the sink (snaked it) and put in a new garbage disposal all for under $450.00.  I will call them again. 

    - Carol K.
  • A
    Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Water Cleanup
    Service was good and they came out only hours after my call. The technician was very good and told me how to prevent the problem from happening again. The cost was a little high but the job got done.
    - Patricia C.
  • A
    Du-All Plumbing
    The technician they sent over was named James. He was able to provide me a quick estimate on fixing two toilet bowls in my house. I had priced it out previously and they were the first company that could send a tech out to my house. The price was in line with the other companies I had called and he gave me different options for fixing the two issues in the house.
    Total work took a little less than two hours. James was clean, polite, and tidy. I would recommend him and his company to anyone else that needs plumbing service. They also provided me with a coupon book for any future work that I need to have completed.
    - Dustin B.
  • A
    ARS / Rescue Rooter Colorado
    ARS Rescue Rooter showed up immediately and got the job done, I was very happy with them. They did a great job.  When the sewer line is backed up you can't do anything, so you need somebody right now and they did it.
    - Pamela H.
  • D
    Able Quality Contracting
    In addition, a professional flooring inspector provided a detailed report. Here are the results:

    ? Rectified porcelain tile installed throughout apartment.
    ? Consumer complaint is lippage of the tile edges at the
    grout lines.
    ? Missing grout at the joints, entrance doors and along
    window edge

    Findings:
    ? Installation type is a mud dot installation over a
    concrete slab.
    ? This is an above grade ceramic tile installation with
    underlayment.
    ? Tile was installed with butt line grout joints. (Edge to
    edge).
    ? Grout was found to be missing from its original installed
    position do to improper sized grout lines.
    ? The required minimum grout joint thickness for
    ceramic/porcelain tile is 1/8 inch or wider, as needed to eliminate any lippage
    issues.
    ? 1/32nd of an inch is the allowable tolerance for height/
    lippage in ceramic/rectified tile.
    ? To eliminate the lippage of the tiles, the grout joint
    would be required to be opened wider than the minimum 1/8th inch wide grout
    line
    ? Rectified (machined edged) porcelain tile has the same
    warpage tolerances as ceramic tile, three quarters of one percent. 0.0075 %
    Diagonal, Straight edge warpage tolerance is one percent. 1.00 % tolerance.
    ? The warpage of the tile units are within warpage tolerance
    according to American National Standards Institute (A.N.S.I.) 108 & Tile
    Council of America (T.C.A.) 2008.
    ? Missing grout is at many of the grout joints due to improper
    installation of the tile units being an edge to edge grout line.
    ? The grout was not able to penetrate into the joint in
    order to hold its position.
    ? The required minimum depth for the grout is to be a
    minimum of 75 % of the thickness of the tile unit being installed.

    - Staci W.
  • A
    Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Water Cleanup
    They showed up promptly and did the work. They worked on a most reasonable price and they gave me a discount on some fees for transporting whatever they got out of the drain because I am close to the storage facility. They explained what they were going to do and the guy gave me his cell phone number. They explained the different kinds of claims and I did not know which one was going to be mine. They were informative and the guy who came to do the work was very friendly. It was an urgent matter because we had a road at the rainstorm, so I needed to make sure that I got it cleaned before the next rain and I got the better off them.
    - Judith K.
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