This company is Fantastic, and I will suggest them to everyone that needs Plumbing Needs. Cory and Oscar are an asset to this company.
Response from Schuelke Plumbing Inland Empire:
Thank you for your kind words. We take pride in our work and customer service. We are happy to hear you are happy with both!
This company was great, Chandler was very nice and helpful, I will recommend them to anyone who has a plumbing issue.
Professional and open about the situation, fixed it quickly and left the area as clean as they found it.
I have called them since I purchase my house for different situation, I want all my pluming to be on record with the same location. Great customer service, fast in pin pointing the problem, completed in the same day. I will not call anyone one else unless I move out of area.
I can’t say enough about Chandler! He was extremely professional and went out of his way to make sure that we had pictures and a description of what EXACTLY was going on with the pipes. His service to our property was impeccable!
Robert was on time and literally unblocked the sewer and fixed my dishwasher in less than 30 minutes. Super friendly and great prices! I definitely recommend using his services!
Excellent service and honesty. I have used Schuelke Plumbing 4 times and each time he responded immediately. They just didn't tell me, they showed me the problem and answered all questions. I had a major problem and they came out same day. They quoted me a price that was significantly lower than another 2 plumbers. After the work was done they showed me exactly what was done and it was perfect. I had a problem at a rental 70 miles away. I called them up and they responded same day (no up charge) and again took care of a problem SAME DAY and at a fair price. Finding a great professional honest plumber is like finding gold. I highly highly recommend this company.
Reliable & on time
I love my new bathroom. Robert and his crew did an excellent job. Highly recommended.
I had a flood from a sewer back up, I called and the gal Corey was so helpful in getting someone our right away. Gary & chandler showed up within 3o minutes, WOW what a team, what awesome service. They not only cleared the line, they cleaned the huge mess by sanitizing and removing wet carpet. Gary was a tremendous help with my State Farm insurance claim,just completely thrilled that I found Schuelke plumbing. Thank you to The entire Schuelke team, I'm so grateful for all you did.
Customers water heater is leaking and recommended replacing with new 40 gallon Bradford white water heater. Customer decided to have water heater replaced. Uninstalled original water heater and parts. Hauled it away. Installed a new Bradford white water heater, expansion tank, emergency shut off, sediment trap, and gas/water supply lines.
After inspecting the sewer underneath the office with our camera equipment. We noticed that there were multiple cracks in the main sewer line, which was causing the clogs and foul odors. The only option would be to replace the old cast iron line with new abs line. Management took action and decided to have us replace there drains underneath the office building. We replaced the kitchen clean out, Ptrap for the water heater, toilet flange, and added a two way clean out, right outside the office building. The line after the two way clean out is still cast iron and should be replaced eventually or add another two way clean out near the laundry room. We also did a rough patch on the concrete and should be let dry for at least 24 hours. The drains underneath the kitchen sink were also replaced.
The drain in the main office was clogging, attempted to snake the drain but could not pass the snake through. Decided to use shop vacuum to remove the water and figure out what was preventing the snake from passing. After removing the water, it appears that there was a 4 in galvanized pipe in the drain. After removing the pipe, I tried running my snake again but still couldn’t pass through. I believe that there might be something lodged in the line but cannot not retrieve because it’s pass what can be seen. My recommendation would be to break open a section of concrete around the drain, expose the pipe, and cut out a open a two foot section. After the section has been cut run a camera down the line and see the condition of the pipe. Then replaced cut section with new abs parts.
Customer wishes to have Moen flow sense valve installed
Upon arrival customers bathtub was full of water and not draining. Snaked bathtub and pulled back large amounts of hair and several plastic pieces. Ran water and bathtub was draining. Customers toilet was also clogged. Snaked from cleanout and saw customer had corroded cast iron piping that was causing the clog. Recommended descaling of sewer line.
After inspection of customers system I was able to determine that they in fact did not have a low pressure issue. Checked pressure at hose bibs and connections for washer and dryer and pressure was at 75 psi. Only location that had low pressure was the hot side of the faucet in the bathroom. Removed cartridge and saw that there was large amounts of debris in the line. Re installed cartridge and pressure was back to normal. Tenant also complained that tub spout was a little loose . Only way to properly secure would be to open up drywall behind valve and properly strap.
After performing inspection and running several tests, I believe the issue to be with the section to piping from the shut off valve just past the water meter. I recommended either having the park replace the meter to see if that fixes the issue or getting permission from the park to remove the meter and do a temporary connection between the shut off valve and house to see if the pressure issue still occurs without the meter being installed. To do this customer will be looking at about $350.00. If pressure issue still occurs then we will need to run other test to try and determine the issue
Customer reports constant back up at kitchen sink. Requested a snaking and camera inspection of the line from the cleanout. Once we exposed the damaged drain pipe we. found that the pipe had crumbled and was causing it to clog. We also performed additional camera inspection and found the pipe had an approximate 1' linear crack on the bottom of it. The pipe also had a heavy amount of scale and corrosion built up inside of it and would not allow the camera to pass through. Additional work to expose the damaged pipe needs to be done. We performed additional excavation to expose the kitchen drain and try to find a viable section of pipe to connect to, eventually reaching the an area inside the pantry. Inspection of the remainder of the pipe revealed additional issues requiring more work. The customer halted work in the middle of the project for unknown reasons. Certain aspects of the original contract were not completed resulting in a reduction in overall cost from the original contr
Customers insurance is requiring home owner to install water leak detection system with automatic shut off, that all water supply lines are steel braided, a new water heater, as well as a pressure regulator installed.
Customer had water staining on baseboards surrounding toilet. Went in attic and inspected water line to make sure there where no leaks above head. Everything in the attic was dry. Removed toilet and saw wax ring had failed. Appears water was seeping under tile and coming up where baseboards where located. Replaced wax ring and flushed toilet several times and everything was working properly.
Customers regulator had a hole and was leaking. Removed old regulator and galvanized nipples and installed new regulator and nipples as needed
Customer has a bursted 3/4 copper water line located where old water heater closet was. Cut out damaged section and repaired with new copper pipe and fittings. Customer also had water damage to surrounding walls in bedroom and bathroom That we highly recommended performing proper mitigation to prevent further damage. Customer has had several leaks and recommended performing full house repipe to help prevent against future leaks.
Customer has a leak in their 1” pvc line under concrete. Wishes to have estimate to get the leak repaired Upon removal of concrete we noticed customers 1” pvc 90 had ruptured and was leaking. Removed 90 and repaired with new pvc fittings and pipe.
Replaced customers hose bib in front yard.
Customers 1/2 copper cold feed for master shower was leaking at a 90. Replaced section of pipe. Noticed customer had type M copper (thin wall copper) which was really corroded. If customer continues to have water line issues then I recommend doing a re-pipe of house. Customer also had water damage in both bathrooms due to the leak. Recommended doing proper remediation and Drydown in order to prevent mold growth.