John G. – Plumbing Service Technician
Christinia - Charlottesville, VA
Elizabeth - Keswick, VA
On time, efficient, polite, thorough, answered few questions, very professional inspectors.
David - Earlysville, VA
great service, and quick.Thanks
Fast, friendly and very reasonable price
Corb - Palmyra, VA
Same day service (in a storm, no less) that was exactly when they said. John explained the problem clearly, laid out my options and did the work right away!
Tracy - Palmyra, VA
Sharlene - Charlottesville, VA
John was great
Ryan - Charlottesville, VA
John was great to work with and fixed the problem. He did a great job of describing the problem and how he was able to fix the spigot. Pricing was expensive...John was here for approximately 1 hour and the parts/labor charge was $272.
Allison - Charlottesville, VA
John was prompt, very polite, and did a good job fixing the leak in my bathroom sink, even though it was a tight fit for him getting under the sink. It's a small bathroom with not much room for him to work in.
Edith - Charlottesville, VA
it was a pleasing experience to have John here fixing the old broken pipe and he did such a good job...A good plumber and a nice person... Thank you,
Prompt and Knowledgeable
Janice - Charlottesville, VA
John did an excellent job. He was careful to return my landscaping to its previous appearance, and to not interfere with the sprinkler and its timer which were right where he was working. My only complaint is with the price. John initially said the job would be $1200 to $1600. He then said he would have to rent a track hoe and I would have to pay half of the rental cost which was another $200. John said the total cost would be $1800. Because I did not want to lose a valuable tree nearby (a Harry Lauder Walking Stick), and disturb the new sod and other close by landscaping, I asked John about doing it by hand. He said his labor would cost about what the track hoe would and I said let's try it, and if you can't do it use the track hoe. John arrived at 9:10 and by 9:30 he had dug down and exposed the break in the pipe, and only had a little more digging to do to expose a little more of the water line. He and I were both surprised at how shallow the line going into the house was. It seems to me that the job took less time and was not as complicated as was earlier feared, and while I honored the agreed on price of $1800, I truly think that I should have only been charged $1600 at the most.
Back flow test
Plumbing inspection and install ball valve for outside faucet
Water filer housing replacement