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    PARIS PLUMBING
    All the workmen I know are busy between now and then, of course [or hadn't yet returned my call], so I used Angie's List to find someone nearby who could do it on such short notice. Amazingly, Nick had just had a cancellation and was here in less than 10 minutes and done within 15 or 20 after that. Might have paid less if I'd connected with a handyman instead of a plumber, but I have no complaints. Nick helped me out super fast.
    - Catherine R.
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    WHITCHER PLUMBING & HEATING
    They came out within 2 hours. They looked at it and found it was only a switch needed replaced while we thought it might be the entire pump.. Great job fast- he had a switch in his truck- work was completed within a short time and water back on... Honest quick and hard working.. It was freezing out and he had to work outside...
    - Sandra C.
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    Mr Rooter Plumbing Of Irish Hills
    Surprised that Sunday service was not additional fee. Max arrived promptly at 10a. We discussed the scope of work and he told me what his plan was. I agreed and he got started. I think it took about 2 hrs. Nice guy and great work. I hope I never see him again, but if I need plumbing work it'll only be this company and hopefully this plumber.
    - Mark D.
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    WHITCHER PLUMBING & HEATING
    Arrived on time. Very professional throughout visit. Installation --Excellent--to our high standards. Our house and outdoors were kept exceptionally clean--which we highly value and has not always been the case with other service providers. In fact, our daughter stated, after the two installers left and she reviewed the job/area, that she would not have known a contractor had been at our home. There was a slight problem with a specific part--they informed me of that and said they were ordering it and would install it upon arrival. I highly recommend Whitcher.
    - Robert T.
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    Everdry Waterproofing
    The workers were prompt to arrive, cleaned up after themselves (and it was a messy job), and finished on time.  I have not had water in the basement since, and what a relief it is!  CUS68
    - Joyce H.
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    WHITCHER PLUMBING & HEATING
    I called on the referral of another business relationship. I spoke to Deana on the phone and had to call her back with more details on the appointment. I set up an appt. for the next day, appt. time of sometime between 9:00-11:00 a.m.



    I asked to have the issue of the drain not going down to see what the situation might be. I was told the evaluation fee would be $39.00 to which I agreed. Pretty cheap I guess to get an idea as to what the situation might be.



    I got a call the day of the appointment at 8:45 that morning stating they would meet me at the house. (2nd house not current home) I met them there and they actually beat me to the house so they arrived on time and very promptly!! :)



    I took them in the house and told them the drain (1900 home) wasn't draining and that I assumed that it was because of the cold weather, might be frozen, might be broke?? I wasn't sure but needed to get it taken care of. I could not leave the drain in that condition as it had been that way for over two weeks and not getting better.



    After speaking to the main technician there all he really suggested was to try snaking the drain to see if it helped. I agreed. The two choices I had was a medium snake or he could go get a bigger one. I chose what he had available which was cheaper anyway. He went to town snaking the drain and pulled out some tree roots he said (there were so small they looked more like grass roots than tree roots but....I am not a horticulturist so who knows) finally the water went down and the drain ran clear. He then told me about some and quot;bacteriaand quot; that could be bought that would help keep the drain cleaned out. I had already put industrial strength drain opener in there and assumed that they had something commercial that would be even better. Well, it wound up being a canister of something that I akin to being like Rid-X but...I still assumed it was of superior strength since they are the professionals. He told me how to do it and gave me instructions to using it. Cost? $37.00 and some change. A little steep but...like I said, I assume it was of commercial strength. Still don't know, only two days into a five day treatment usage.



    Well, I gave my credit card to charge me for the snaking, which he showed me the price for both medium and large, $149 was the cost for the medium. I just now, two days later looked at my receipt. (been busy with being sick after surgery) and noticed that the bill I figured would be the $149 for service and the $37.00 for the drain cleaner. Approximately $186 and some changed I assumed!! Boy was I wrong....I assumed (Yeah, I know, a** out of you and me) that the evaluation fee would have been put towards the service performed fee as I have been used to with other companies. My bill was $220+ and I am just not happy with that part of the service. I have really never dealt with a company that charges that way I guess.



    Other than that....the company has no complaints from me. They did their job and was on time and very professional in their approach but...I will definitely make sure the next time I call a company that I am clear on what they are charging!! I just can't get past the whole $220.00 for the actually service itself of taking only 20 minutes at the latest. Lesson learned!!! Next time...another company and more clarity on what the charge will be!



    I would recommend the company at this point because of the pros I mentioned but the one con on my part will prevent me from calling them again at this point.
    - Sharmin E.
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    WHITCHER PLUMBING & HEATING
    They have done plumbing and furnace work for me in the past. Very nice guys, however when asked to do out of the ordinary work . . . they said it couldn't be done. However, another local heating and cooling company did it with no complaints or problems, reasonably. I felt like the guy spent a lot of timing saying things couldn't be done, instead of trying to figure out a way it could be done. Would use them for basic stuff, work was good, and they were professional and very nice office staff.
    - Barb B.
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    WHITCHER PLUMBING & HEATING

    The technician was very professional and helpful, answering my questions and checking the furnace. I was grateful that Whitcher Plumbing and Heating was able to schedule us so quickly for with below zero temperatures it would not have taken long for the house to get cold.



    - JOSEPH P.
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    Matt DeJonghe Septic Tank Cleaning
    We recently purchased a very old house, built in 1880 to be exact, and as first time homeowners relocating from urban life to the country, neither of us had ever lived in a home with a septic tank. Before purchasing, we got a home inspector to come and check everything out, and he said our plumbing was fine, but that the back toilet had slow flow, and quot;Not a big deal,and quot; he said. About two weeks after moving in, one morning we noticed that the same toilet mentioned above was leaking from the base, not a lot but enough to soak the cement floor (very country mud/bathroom). I immediately assumed that the wax ring around the base of the toilet was not sealing, and we removed the toilet to see what size and type of ring we should purchase to fix the leak. After removing the toilet, we realized that there was clearly a much larger issue, as the main drain, the approx. 3and quot; tube that takes the disgusting waste away from our home, was filled to the brim. Considering how much it can cost to replace a septic system, we immediately panicked. Our initial saving grace is that our very old house actually has two septic systems, one on each side, so we still had access to shower and a working toilet.
    We started researching online how to figure out what is failing in the system, and all knowledgeable sounding advice recommended opening the tank up to see what the water levels were. Now our septic tanks our the old, cement-in-the-ground type, and all the information we were given about the septic system (after purchase of course) were two faded, handwritten pieces of paper, one a roughly sketched diagram illustrating roughly where each tank is in comparison to the house, and another with the and quot;maintenance recordsand quot;, if you can call them that. On the maintenance sheet, we found that the working septic tank had not been worked on or pumped since 1990 (23 years), and the one backing up? Well it had never been pumped. Odds were not in our favor, the potential costs of installing a new system loomed over our heads like thick, saturated rain clouds on the most miserable of days.
    After about 45 minutes of digging for buried treasure we discovered the crudely made concrete lid of the tank and were optimistic about at least coming to a basic diagnosis before we called in the professionals. That is, until we realized that this cement lid was essentially and quot;cementedand quot; in place with little pieces of gravel, roots, etc. After bending several pipes as well as the lengths of several brooms and shovels, we came to the conclusion that we needed the professionals.
    After calling several septic service/pumping companies, one of which were booked for ages and the other had stopped pumping tanks all together, I found DeJonghe on Google, as he had no reviews on Angie's List, yet ( I came here first of course). He had few reviews, but all positive, and his website had tons of good information, as well as a coupon for $20 off. I noticed most the content was written by his wife, which made me feel even better, knowing it was local, family business. I called and talked to Missy, who was extremely friendly and informative, let me know about the coupon on line, and set up an appointment for Monday, just 4 days after I called. She said it was good that we had dug the tank out, as there is an additional charge for locating/excavating (as there should be, its definitely work!!) She said they would be at the house around 8 or 9, and they would call first, which they did.
    The were on time, very polite and efficient. They seemed glad that we had dug it out, and the service in whole took less than an hour. They used a pry bar to pop the lid off, quite easily I might add, and let us know that our septic tank was in good condition for its age, and that one of our guests overzealous use of toilet paper had caused the back up. Also, they let us know that our baffle had fallen off the pipe to the leach fields and was on the bottom of our tank, and seeing that my man is very handy, let us know we could fix it ourselves for much cheaper than he would charge (about $200 thru them, cost us about $50 to do ourselves). I have huge respect for people who are honest and do not try to squeeze you. When they were done, there was no mess, and they left us feeling very positive about the whole experience. As a result of all of this, we will use them for all future septic servicing and recommend them to friends. A great septic experience.
    - Megan W.
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    WHITCHER PLUMBING & HEATING
    job was delayed 1 week because air handler was delayed in shipment but they called and let me know. job was completed in the amount of time they told me it would take. workers were tidy and cleaned up everyday. very happy with entire job.
    - dale m.
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