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    Pine State Services
    We hired Pine State Services - again - for annual on our air conditioning system. The technician who came out was on time, professional, courteous, and very thorough - same as last year. We are thoroughly impressed with everything we have experienced with Pine State and recommend them strongly.
    - Bill G.
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    CZ Plumbing LLC
    Zach and Macky were great! I called the day before, received a call back that night and they were here first thing the next morning- just about a 12 hour service time! Being a single, female, first time homeowner, I was unsure what to expect and they were both great at explaining the jobs and each piece going into the repair. Highly recommend and will be using them again!
    - Sarah R.
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    CZ Plumbing LLC
    Chuck and the other workers do excellent work. They are prompt, competent, and friendly. Perhaps the best plumbers we've ever hired anywhere.
    - Charles T.
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    EcoClean the Sewer & Drain Specialist
    On Saturday afternoon 10/31/15 I headed down to my cellar to do laundry and found all of it flooded, approximately 4.5 inches deep. I logged onto my computer and obtained the provider?s name from Angie?s List. I called, and the owner, Greg Goan, answered immediately. He said he?d have a tech at my place as soon as the tech was done with the previous job. The tech, Keith, called a few minutes later. I told him about the situation and gave him my address. He arrived about an hour later. He took a look at the cellar and went to get his equipment. After quite a bit of work he got it to drain partway (about three inches), and indicated that he was running into a something that wouldn?t clear, despite using his biggest bit, a four inch bit. Per request, I told him the year the house was built (1947). He indicated that the lateral was probably Orangeberg. I said yes, it was, and told him about the sewer back up that had been on the disclosure paperwork when I was purchasing the house, and informed him that there had been a partial repair only because the roadway had been under moratorium at the time. Keith indicated that typically Orangeberg pipe collapses on itself when it fails. He tried to clear the pipe with a smaller (two inch) bit. He told me that his bit came back covered with clay, and that means that there?s a break in the pipe. He used a pressure bag, but could not get any further drainage. Keith diagnosed, with equipment, a break that landed right in the sidewalk ? 35 feet out from the house; he marked it with fluorescent paint. We discussed what needed to be done. He informed me that a sidewalk permit will be required to make the repair. He?ll provide the info to the owner, and the owner will prepare a quote. He indicated that because I have no real ?flow? I?m considered in an emergency situation ? he only suggested washing my hands. I discussed the pending natural gas baseboard heater installation on Monday afternoon and asked if that presented any safety issues. He said he couldn?t think of any. After he left, the cellar drained completely; I informed owner Greg Goan of this but told him that I wanted to move forward with a permanent repair.
    - Bernadette P.
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    EcoClean the Sewer & Drain Specialist
    Keith showed up on time, and was very knowledgeable and very thorough in his assessment and recommendations.  We really needed to understand the system before we can move forward wit bother home improvement projects.  Kevin's identification of this system and his recommendations will create a great path forward.
    - Corey G.
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    EcoClean the Sewer & Drain Specialist
    It was a positive and expensive job but they did a good job with it. They actually contracted the digging part out but they took care of all the permits and other things and it was done in a day. I would recommend them to anybody. Right now, it’s still working. Of all the estimates I got, they were the least expensive. They showed up when they said they were gonna come.
    - Theodore W.
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    Northeast Sewer & Drain Service
    Wonderful. Contractor was on time, explained everything, and finished on schedule. Contractor took care of all of the required permits. Each permit required a rep from the utility to come to the site. At one point there were supervisors from the gas company, the water dept. and the sewer dept. staring into the hole. That's where a large portion of the cost comes from. As soon as you start digging up the pavement, things get expensive.
    - Greg G.
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    Northeast Sewer & Drain Service
    On 11/09/2015 I emailed Kelly Dearborn asking if she could schedule a video of the line and they fit me in the same day. I called her and we confirmed for this afternoon. Tyler came around 3PM. He was a pleasant fellow. I took him down to my cellar and gave him a synopsis of the problem. I showed him the mark on the sidewalk that Keith of Eco-Clean had made indicating a break. He said that Keith was very good at his job. I liked that Tyler didn?t knock the competition. I told him there was exterior clean out, so he decided to video from there. It was immediately apparent that there was standing water, and close to the top. He said he can?t video through that, but surmised that there?s a clog and a small amount of water is getting through. We discussed options. He said I?d have to do some digging no matter what and that it might be possible to pipe burst from the property edge to sewer main, but it?s not possible to know until you open it up. They don?t do excavation work ? they typically work with Dearborn Construction for that; he said that I could shop the excavation around but that not to buy the cheapest because you can have problems later. Tyler said that usually the entire line doesn?t fail, the line fails in sections. I told him that I want the entire line from the 24? PVC line installed by the previous owners to the sewer main repaired/replaced. We discussed CIPP patches as opposed to CIPP liner. He stated that patches are stronger, have creater crush strength. He indicated that that is preference ? he personally thinks they work well in certain situations. They come in ten foot lengths, and they overlap them slightly. He said it might be a possibility to use this but that it was unlikely because the pipe has to be round. We?d discussed Orangeberg in the cellar ? I told him that the house was 68 years old, and the lifetime of Orangeberg is typically fifty years. He said that Orangeberg is basically newsprint paper and tar, and that it?s done well to hold up this long. When it fails, it tends to cave in. He discussed pipe bursting with me. He said as long as you can get you line through the pipe, you can pipe burst it. He charged me $100 less than quoted ($150 instead of $250), probably because the video was not possible.  On 11/11/2015 in the afternoon Kelly Dearborn called. She said that they?d be out this way, and popped manholes to look at the sewer main. She indicated that the sewer main in Saint John Street is on the opposite side of the street from my house. She indicated that when they lay sewer mains, the position is determined by other things that might already be in the road, such as gas pipes, water pipes, and ledge (granite). Also she indicated that the sewer main is laid about 14 feet deep ? so there is a drop from 7?11? at my property line (more or less) to 14 feet at the main. For this reason she does not think that it?s possible to pipe burst because of the way that my sewer lateral feeds into the sewer main. So NE Sewer & Drain bowed out of the job. She stated that Eco-Clean was correct, trenching is the way to go in this particular situation. She indicated that Les Wilson (the excavator that works with Eco-Clean) is very experienced. She said that if I wanted to obtain other quotes, she could recommend Dearborn Construction (contact Lindsay) and Gorham Sand & Gravel in Buxton ? both have thirty years experience. I liked that she didn?t knock the competition, and that she recommended quality companies to do the trench work required.      Both Kelly and Tyler were enormously helpful in educating me on the options and explaining the work. They understood that it was a bit of a crisis situation and helped me promptly. I wouldn?t hesitate to recommend Northeast Sewer & Drain, and I wouldn?t hesitate to work with them on other drain issues. 
    - Bernadette P.
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    The Heritage Co LLC
    They specialize on church steeples and copper and slate are the company's specialties. He has done a lot of work on the old historical buildings. He has been absolutely fantastic for me and has given me choices on how to resolve the problems. He is good about getting me in touch with someone who is half the cost of him and he is so understanding. I don't ever have problems with my gutters or drainage anymore.
    - D'Lila T.
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    The Heritage Co LLC
    Cannot say enough about The Heritage Company, their highly competent staff and exceptional craftsmanship. Owner Vic Wright worked with us to find the best roofing package for our budget, gave us extremely solid advice on materials and methods, and followed through 1000%. The contract had exact parameters, clearly spelled out and explained, that made us very comfortable.  Any subsequent change orders -- in our case very minimal ones -- were specified and agreed to in advance. Absolutely no unpleasant surprises in a job (completely replacing badly deteriorated old roof) where surprises are generally part of the territory. We fell in love with our Heritage Company roofers and only wish we had 10 more roofs so they could stay the year. Always polite and cheerful, they won the hearts and praise of the entire neighborhood. Immaculate working conditions; if it weren't for the scaffolding you'd barely know they were removing literally tons of old roof layers and putting on a new one. Really impressive. These guys have worked together for many years, and it shows. No blaring music, no loitering, no cursing: just smooth and efficient teamwork. They took obvious and justified pride in their craft. Bonus: they told some hilarious stories. Another excellent aspect of this job was Heritage's relationship to other first-rate contractors -- they were right on the spot with the best masons and carpenters in the area when structural problems were uncovered that required extra repairs done. This roof was the biggest expenditure we've ever made, besides the house itself, which always makes a homeowner trepidatious -- but with the finished showpiece we received, we realize we actually paid far less than we received in quality and looks. This is a roof that will last generations. It's truly drop-dead gorgeous. People stop in the street to take a look. And we know that Heritage stands behind it completely if we ever have any troubles with it. Now if we could just convince Vic to branch out into plumbing and electric, we'd be all set! HIGHLY, VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED if you need full or partial roof work in copper or slate.
    - Ellen A.
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