give aaron 5 gold stars....you could tell he really knew his stuff...he is a good rep for your company
Henry and assistant are so helpful and knowledgeable
Henry and assistant were excellant. Worked all day. Really thoughtful on how to redo and create plumbing.
Newer thermostat Home is approximately 2100 square feet with 15 supply registers 4 return air grills through home. Customer is explaining that she wakes up cold in middle of night and raises setpoint on thermostat. It takes â€œfrom 3am she is lucky to reach 70 degrees on thermostat.â€ Heat seems to take a long time to go through home. Furnace had an error code of E12 that was a warning. This error code was a static pressure high check filters and ducting. Filters were very dirty. Recommended customer to install a 20x25 filter with power off to electronic air filter. Error code still was present. Furnace ducting appears to be undersized for system. Blower is running at a reduced capacity due to static pressure being high. Informed customer of findings. Customers supply ducting is 16x19 then transitions into 12x16 then transitions again to 1ft x3ft and has multiple 90 degree bends which create more restrictions on air flow. Restrung air temp was lower then inside air temp by ten degr
Arrived onsite per customer complaint of no hot water and flood-stop alarm to be going off. Upon arrival I found there to be a small leak coming from the T&P valve. Found valve to be tight. Turned water heater to pilot. Shut off incoming water to the tank. Drained down tank enough to remove the T&P. Reinstalled the T&P with tape and dope insuring it was tight. Restored water to tank. Reset flood-stop to the â€œOpenâ€ position. Bled air as required and set dial on control to the â€œHotâ€ setting. Waited 20+ minutes and found water to continue to be coming from the internal threads on the T&P. Shut off water again and drained tank. Installed a new T&P. Filled tank testing for leaks and found that the T&P continued to leak. Spoke to Scott at Bradford White Tech Support at 12:50PM. Informed Scott of what was going on. After discussing the issue with Scott he informed me that I had a bad/leaking tank and could not be repaired and will have to be replaced. Documented findings in ST. Provi
Arrived on site per customer complaint of a leak coming from their water heater. Upon arrival Dawn informed me that the leak was coming from the gas valve on the water heater. Provided Dawn options to replace both the water heaters inside the home. Dawn accepted pricing for 2 new LP water heaters. Began by shutting off water to the home and draining both tanks. Shut off gas. Disconnected required connections. Removed old tanks. Installed new 3/4â€ shut off valves for the water heaters. Installed 2 new flood-stops. Installed 2 new earthquake straps. Installed new water heater flexes. Installed new 2 new pans and caped outlets. Provided and installed 2 new LP Bradford White water heaters. Restored water to the home testing for leaks and found none. Electronically gas sniffed multiple times for leaks and found no gas leaks present. Soap tested each individual fitting insuring everything was leak free, customer was present when we performed the gas leak test. Confirmed operation newly ins
Cut and removed yard hydrant repaired 1 1/4â€ pipe in ground exposed by others Installed frost free hosebibb at pump house All new plumbing tested no leaks No warranty on any existing plumbing Water has been restored to residence Thank you for choosing CPI for your plumbing needs
Customer stated water heater would not produce any hot water tank was 15 years old. Customer wanted new water heater. Turned water off to building and removed old water heater. Installed new shutoff valve for water heater and raised water lines. Also replaced t&p drain. Installed new 50 gallon electric water heater and expansion tank. Turned water back on to building and filled tank verifying no leaks present. Turned power back on to water heater and cleaned area. Thank you for choosing CPI plumbing and heating.
Performed annual safety and maintenance inspection. Inspected all visible plumbing in the home, tested all faucets, toilets and tubs/showers, tightened all under sink drain piping and tested for leaks. Due to the water heater being installed less than 2 months ago, customer requested no drain and flush. Inspected crawlspace condition, water piping and drain condition. The homeâ€™s plumbing has no visible imperfections. The hot water heater is a Bradford white 50 gal propane and is less than 1 year old. The water heater is working as designed.
Performed excavation to locate and reroute under ground water piping Cut 1 1/4 water line from well to pump to lodge removed tee fitting, installed direct feed to pressure tank from well Installed new feed to lodge from pump house with emergency shutoff valve Installed new emergency shutoff valve to house in pump house Connected water to softener loop Programmed softener filled with salt Ran discharge line to location away from pump house, recommend Tested all new plumbing no leaks Insulated water lines Water has been restored to both buildings Native soil has been backfilled Water softener should be in heated space for cold weather to prevent damage from freezing Water softener should be inspected monthly and salt level should be kept above 1 ft from bottom of brine tank, apply solar softener salt only No warranty on any existing plumbing
Hardness 8gpg Install water softener with pre and post filter at pump house after well, before entering buildings to protect new plumbing fixtures 5/21 Installed owner supplied concrete pavers for platform in shed area installed water right softener with pre and post filter and full bypass as proposed tried valve in pump house this didnâ€™t isolate house or barn Cut pvc line this was feed from well head, reinstalled line on pvc tees in ground need to return to reroute lines to make softener loop connections (this is separate from original scope of work) Unable to start or test new plumbing until this work is performed made owner aware that piping will need to be exposed and rerouted to pump house
Replaced 12 existing emergency shutoff valves in barn building Installed 9 emergency shutoff valves at discounted add on rate Tested all new stops no leaks water back on to building Installed owner supplied faucets and pop up assembly In upstairs bathroom Installed owner supplied kitchen sink and faucet and basket strainers Installed tubular drain piping with dishwasher drain connection Hooked up plumbing to existing dishwasher with airgap and new water supply line Hooked up gas connection to range tested no leaks started all 4 burners Installed new dryer vent termination (cut wood floor rate) Installed stackable washer and dryer with water hookups difficult install Cold water feed to dryer (steam option) Ran washer and dryer All new plumbing tested no leaks Cut and capped abandoned copper water line with valve (no additional charge) No warranty on any existing plumbing No warranty on any owner supplied fixtures
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Performed tankless water heater install as proposed New gas feed at this location with shutoff valve New hot and cold isolation valves with service ports New pvc venting through roof Ran temperature and pressure relief drainline and condensation drain to outside location All new plumbing tested no leaks Tested water heater, producing hot water No warranty on any existing plumbing
Performed rough in for kitchen sink Capped water feeds to claw foot tub Ran hot water to existing boiler location to tie in hot feed to lower bathroom/shower room Tested no leaks All rough in complete as quoted No warranty on any existing plumbing or plumbing fixtures
Installed laundry rough in Installed claw foot tub connections
Installed rough in plumbing for upstairs bathroom tub and double lav sink Cut existing sink drain and water capped inside wall Cut water piping and sewer piping to tie in new plumbing
Cut drywall and plywood to access wall Installed gas piping to new range location Capped gas feed on top floor (existing range location) Shut down water system installed new emergency shutoff valves near waterheater Installed code required earthquake straps on waterheater Cut out existing laundry drain piping installed new pvc drain piping tho pedestal sink open main floor bathroom