3129 Swetzer Rd. # G
Loomis, CA 95650
916-577-5020

Local Reviews
for granite bay, ca

Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 24 customer reviews

Great

Very well. Prompt, polite, patient. Spoke to both my daughter & me about options. I will definitely be calling you in the future

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Both men were great and really listened!

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Quick and knowledgable

I got quick and insightful information as promised

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Great

He was great! Thank you, Jeremy

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Great Service!!

Jeremy deserves an A+ for coming out here right before thanksgiving and on his day off! He did a great job!!

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Great Service

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fair

fair on price and on time.......

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Just Fine

Professional and courteous; no complaints.

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On time, courteous, and professional

Sean has a great attitude and knows his job. What more can you ask when you call for help

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Tom was great

We are very happy.. Are toilets work again👍

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Job Locations
for granite bay, ca

Taylor I.

Taylor I. Job Checkin

Technician Taylor arrived on scene to investigate reports of client wanting a new sewer line. Coin explain the technician they would like the secondary line that runs from their kitchen to the main underneath their hall bathroom relocated. Client has two mains exiting the house one new and one old. client would like the existing 2-inch secondary line cut and capped and a new secondary run from under the kitchen under the dining room and then tied into the two-way clean out just by the garage. Technician supply proposals. Technician collected signatures and pulled off


Samuel T.

Samuel T. Job Checkin

— Existing Pressure Reducing Valve — - Shut water off to house for removal - Excavation needed to access Pressure Reducing Valve - Disconnect and remove existing pressure reducing valve - Reconnect water piping directly to home and test for leaks - Backfill area using existing soil and concrete then hand rake to level ground — New Pressure Reducing Valve — - Excavate near home to expose water pipes, valves, and connections - Disconnect water lines and cut out existing house main shut off, irrigation shut, outside hose bib - Reconfigure water piping to accommodate new Pressure Reducing Valve - Install new water shut off for house, new irrigation shut off, and hose bibb faucet to make more accessible - Insulate water piping to help protect from freezing - Pressurize system to and start up pressure adjustment included Temporary repair made day of had faulty fittings that cracked and leaked, this fitting was replaced and water pressure was restored.


Grayson  C.

Grayson C. Job Checkin

We had to remove this vanity off the wall take the counter off and reset it with new silicone. Then we cut out a section of the baseboard to replace with vanity. Reassembled P-trap made connections and ran test no leaks everything sitting flush with wall. The toilet we remove the tank and found the porcelain was cracked from over tightening on the nuts so we replace the toilet tank with new tank ran test no leaks. Costumer was happy.


Chris R.

Chris R. Job Checkin

Technician arrived on scene to investigate reports of newly installed toilets leaking. technician inspected both toilets installed the day prior and found that the bolts between the tank and the bowl were too loose. Technician tightened down and found no signs of leaks. Technician also noted that both toilets installed did not have the proper washers installed on the base so the bolt covers do not stay in place. Lastly technician noted that the vanity top does not line up correctly with the base due to the baseboard. Vanity needs to be removed and reset with baseboard removed. Technician explain the client that our office would reach out shortly for a new scheduled time. Technician cleaned work area and pulled off.


Chris R.

Chris R. Job Checkin

Tech arrived on site to investigate reports of failing water heater. tech discovered water heater to be manufactured in 2015 and the only problem client complained about was the pilot light kept on going out. client said it's been happening for over 2 years but has been more frequent recently. Water heater is located in a closet outside with no venting. all plumbing running to water heater and throughout house appears to be original and old. Tech explained that the gas control valve could be failing but it also was not installed to code properly and there's little air flow in the closet. Client would like proposal for repair of the gas valve, one for bringing the water heater to code, and one for a whole new swap. Technician will type a proposals and present to client.


Scott P.

Scott P. Job Checkin

Estimate to install customer supplied mini split. Took pictures of mini split, and let client know pricing. Client wants to try and do it him self. If he can’t he will call us.


Edward  E.

Edward E. Job Checkin

The main sewer line from the addition to the city has been passed by the inspector, pressure test plug has been removed and a 4 inch cab has been installed in its place. ( crystal blue plumbing is not doing the back fill) The finish work is remaining, The workshop bathroom still needs three angle stops, vanity and toilet installed. The upstairs bathroom needs identical as the workshop bathroom, everything is on hold at this point because the tile flooring has not yet been installed. The laundry room needs a 1/2 inch gas valve installed for the dryer. The toilet flange in the workshop bathroom has been lowered to the proper height. The remaining balance looks to be $4101.51. Will be collected after finish work is completed


Kenneth H.

Kenneth H. Job Checkin

Remove all existing ductwork and dispose. Install 15 supplies and add two supplies to downstairs office. Remove old return ducts and replace with two R8 flex ducts and then add one 20x16 stamped face return grill with 16”. Add zoning with board, motors and dampers, run thermostat wire and install new thermostat.


Samuel T.

Samuel T. Job Checkin

Customer has multiple irrigation. Drains clogged up Provided various options for diagnostics and repairs Recommend Jetter service to damaging drain lines


Scott P.

Scott P. Job Checkin

Ran snake down the drain to clear obstruction in secondary line


Samuel T.

Samuel T. Job Checkin

Reviewed possible options with customer Customer found cheaper prices for toilets on Amazon Has handyman that can install toilet for lesser amount HVAC tech to come out on Wednesday


Jeremy F.

Jeremy F. Job Checkin

Customer has a clogged storm drain in the backyard and would like estimates to clear that line. Called the home owner and he wanted an addon estimate for hydro-jetting the main sewer line as well. I emailed both the estimates to the home owner and he will call us when he decides to get both lines cleared and cleaned. Job will take two techs to complete the project.


Chanse J.

Chanse J. Job Checkin

Pfister valve 7105 avanta cartridge currently has adapter to a aftermarket trim kit. Trim kit that was purchased will not fit because the handle needs to be able to pull out and rotate. Recommend homeowner call P Pfister and order the parts from them then have us return and install it. , 1 800-732-8238. Homeowner is going to order the parts have us come back out and install them at the same time and they would like to sign up for our club membership there is two units


Michael E.

Michael E. Job Checkin

Connect supply ductwork for addition Re-locate 4 supply ducts to accommodate the 16 inch supply


Brandon B.

Brandon B. Job Checkin

Performed annual maintenance of a commercial gas package unit roof. Changed filters 20-30-2, 14-30-2. Filters dirty. Checked system system running ok. Igniting ok. Blower clean, blower belt ok. Visual inspection of electrical ok. Client informed us of airflow in the conference room is too much. Conference room is the hottest. It is the closest register to the distribution plenum. Added manual damper to adjust airflow to keep the conference room from over heating. Signing back up for another quarter. With fixing airflow to conference room. By adding a manual damper to the conference room we can limit the amount of air flow going to the room. By doing so we will be pushing air else where. Might want