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  • A
    Classic Plumbing Solutions
    My water went out on a Thursday morning. I got Classic plumbing off of Angie���s list called them first thing when they opened. They had someone at my house by 11:30 that same day. It was decided that since my water pump was working intermittedly they would start work the next day since it would be an all day job. I was lucky and had water the rest of that day. They came the next day. Amazingly I got a call from the office advising me that they were gathering equipment and would be a half hour later. Never has anyone called me like that when later then expected. They just show up late! The office staff were wonderful. The crew came and worked all day long . This was a job where there were major obstacles and they never gave up. Worked till dark and could not work anymore. I needed not only a water pump but the electric wire to inside box was bad. Impossible to fix that day but were back on Sat morning and put a new wire from pump to inside so I would have water over the weekend. On Monday they were back and worked all day to bury wire and finish the job.They encountered multiple problems because my system was 35 years old. They were so nice and never complained . I thought for the work they did the price was really fair. Worked 2 and a half days. I paid $5450.00. Got new pump new casing new electric boxes switches wire and they worked hard for 2 and one half days. I thought it was more than fair. They gave me discount for Angie���s list which other Plummer companies did not offer. I will need a hot water heater in the future and definitely will get them to do.
    - Joanne H.
  • A
    Mighty Dad Flooring & Home Repair
    I can't believe how beautiful my home is now! The flooring was expertly laid which required new subflooring and extensive leveling in spots due to settling. There are new brilliant white baseboards and quarter rounds everywhere which really set off the dark oak hand scraped look flooring. My kitchen is gorgeous. We kept the old cabinets but updated the look with new hardware. The backsplash edges are finished with brushed nickel metal...so clean! Jeff tucked all the outlets and switches up underneath the cabinets. The rewiring required to do this was not simple! The grey granite composite sink matches the backsplash grouting and the veining in my quartz countertops. My itty bitty half bath looks fabulous with its lightly textured Sea Salt walls above a brilliant white wainscoting. A new light fixture and white wicker mirror finish the clean airy look. This was a huge project...and it didn't help that I kept adding to it, but Jeff patiently and expertly handled all my requests. He is a joy to work.
    - Mary K.
  • A
    Mighty Dad Flooring & Home Repair
    My laundry room was a nightmare of badly arranged appliances, curling linoleum and patched drywall from the installation of a whole house on demand water heater. Jeff took the room down to the studs, rewired and replumbed as needed for the new arrangement. To make room for the plumbing he had to create a new wall an inch and a half inside the old one. He layed some lovely travertine tile, patched and painted the walls and ceiling and enclosed the big ugly water heating unit in a lovely cabinet with louvred door. He also put up a laundry room shelving and hanging rack unit that I purchased from Wayfair. It's beautiful!!
    - Mary K.
  • A
    Ostrom Electrical Plumbing Heating & Air
    Went well - very professional, respected my house, no mess for me to clean up. They were about mid-level in bids - hence the B rating on price. However, best contractors I've had in my house since I've lived here.
    - Linda L.
  • A
    Culligan/Stoner Quality Water
    We are extremely pleased with the service that Stoner Water/Culligan provided for us. We moved into our house earlier this winter and it has a Culligan system that the previous owners purchased. The gentleman from Culligan tested the system for us, helped us put in new salt, and explained all of the system's features and settings. We feel much more knowledgeable now regarding how to maintain it. In addition, we are hoping to purchase a reverse osmosis system after we sell our prior home. There was no pressure from Culligan for us to purchase this, but he answered all of our questions so that we will be ready to purchase the right unit for us at the right time. Thank you, Culligan!
    - Leslie M.
  • A
    Bryant Plumbing
    We are so pleased with the quality and responsiveness of their work. They used a thermal camera to identify that a nail was driven into the 3" PVC drain pipe from the upstairs toilet when new vinyl siding was installed. They quickly identified the exact location of the nail and made the repair quickly. Their fee was very reasonable and they presented themselves very professionally. We have been looking for a reliable and reasonably priced plumber for a long time and we have found one in Bryant Plumbing. We highly recommend them.
    - sue g.
  • B
    Wisler Plumbing Inc
    The outside work entailed Wisler using a miniature backhoe to dig up the outdoor sewer pipe from the foundation of the house to the septic tank. They cut out the 40 year old pipe and re-leveled the ground and gravel under the pipe, and replaced the old pipe with new PVC. They replaced all the dirt, cleaned up the yard, sowed new grass and covered it with straw all in about 6 hours, All good! A few days later, inside the house was a different crew and we then had some issues. Wisler was sub-contracted the cutting of our concrete floor in our garage and continuing into our finished recreation room. Prior to this crew showing up, we had a local carpet store send their expert rug installers over to pull up our beautiful ($$$) carpet from part of our basement recreation room. The next day the concrete removal crew came in and used cement saws and jackhammers to remove about 40 square feet of the concrete floor to expose the bad sections of sewer pipe. This crew used a roll of heavy brown paper laid down to protect the finished oak steps and painted walls. Wisler Plumbing had told us earlier that this crew would make very little mess - boy was that wrong! Thankfully, my wife had several packs of painters plastic drop cloth available. She and I used more than 12 large sheets of this stuff to cover our furniture and bookshelves, and paintings, and the painted walls and the remaining exposed carpet. We taped these plastic sheets from floor to ceiling. Then we went into our garage which also was to have cement removed, and we covered our lawn mowers, our lawn tools, my automotive tools, my 3 motorcycles and I moved out a restored automobile and took it to a neighbor's house. In the garage, we covered all the walls and items we could get to. That was a lot of work but I am so glad we did it. The removal of the cement floor areas made a HUGE MESS and left a coating of fine cement dust on everything in the recreation room and in the garage. After Wisler plumbers replaced the bad sewer pipes with new, and re-graded the earth and gravel under the pipes, the cement removal crew was called back in the next day to pour new cement over the repaired pipes. After several days to let the new cement dry, my wife and I went to work cleaning the cement floors (mopped up 4 separate times) and cleaning, dusting and vacuuming everything we could - including all the walls and ceilings. Everything was covered with cement dust - what a frikkin' mess. My wife vacuumed and hand dusted each of our 300 books, all of our pictures, glassware and nick-nacks on the shelves. We both cleaned for two days and totaled about 19 hours labor each. During the cleaning, we found several deep dents and dings into the walls and door moldings, so my wife and I decided to repaint these areas - we ended up repainting our entire garage since all of the shelves, tools and equipment had been moved. My shop-vac became clogged up with the large amount of cement dust we vacuumed! So in the end, the plumbing (per se) work that Wisler did was pretty good, but it was the contracted cement work that was a royal and unexpected PITA. Upon recommendation of the rug installers, I completely sealed the cement pour job done by the contractors, as they had not re-cemented many of the saw blade tracks at the edges of their cut-outs. The rug man explained that heavy rains could cause water flow under our foundation and basement floor, and the hydraulic pressure would force the water upward through those saw blade holes in the concrete which could flood our expensive carpet! He had seen that many times in his career. Yikes! I took another 2 days to fill (and let dry, repeat) in all of those slits in the cement floor with a special cement-sealer mixture I bought a Lowe's. After that dried completely, we called the rug installer back in to reinstall our wall-to-wall carpet. So 5 days after Wisler and their sub-contractor finished, our garage and rec room are almost back in shape. Wisler plumber crews grade = A, Wisler cement sub-contractor crew = B, Wisler Project Consultation and Advice grade = C. The project consultants way underestimated the mess that the concrete crew would make and they way underestimated the amount of plastic drape protection that (my wife and I added) would be required to keep our house even partly clean. It is like Wisler and the concrete crew had never done any destruction/construction inside of an occupied home before! The final gem was the price that Wisler charged - a retired plumber friend later told us that we paid a, um, "premium rate", maybe because Wisler is located 28 miles from our home and maybe because of their high-tech video camera and jet pipe cleaner tools and new service trucks. Finally, let's hope we have no more sewer line clogs!
    - David S.
  • A
    PM Pump Co
    Phil Argabright just installed a new pump in my 225 foot deep well, it took him under 2 hours to finish and test the new pump. His pricing is by far the best in SW Virginia, as I received quotes from several other prominent Virginia firms (Oct 2017). His final charge was actually less than is his already low quote! On a personal note, Phil is an articulate professional and a well-seasoned, highly respected veteran in his field.
    - David S.
  • A
    Dollman Construction, Inc
    The crew that was onsite during the renovation was great as well. They always kept the site clean and was respectful when asked questions about the process. They were also very knowledgeable about construction and codes to make the house very sound. The house is around eighty years old and with the work they have done I can see it being around another eighty or more. The office staff was always willing to help with any questions or concerns we had and would promptly respond if they could not answer right then. Working with Dollman Construction was one of the best choices we made. People do not even recognize the house now that it is complete they did such a great job.
    - Glen B.
  • A
    Mighty Dad Flooring & Home Repair
    Jeff and his assistant worked exclusively on our project until its completion. The quality of the tile work is exquisite...all edges are covered in brushed nickel rondec which gives it a luxurious feel. They started with studs and water logged floor joists and created a fabulous spa solving numerous problems along the way. I was consulted on every detail which I really appreciated. I can't believe how beautiful it is! The pictures do not do it justice. Jeff at Mighty Dad Flooring and Home Repair has got to on your list when you get bids. If you have to wait (he is busy) it will be worth the wait!
    - Mary K.
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