591 East 6th Street
Beaumont, CA 92223
(909) 254-4424

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 2 customer reviews

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Chandler S.

Chandler S. Job Checkin

Performed a visual inspection on customers plumbing to include stub outs for water and drains for sinks and toilets, as well as water heater. Did not see any active leaks, but saw that several of customers P trap assemblies for bathroom and kitchen sink where in properly plumbed in, also noticed customers cold flex line feeding water heater had severe corrosion occurring. Highly recommend replacing this flex line with a new one as well as removal of old gate valve and installation of new gate valve


Chandler S.

Chandler S. Job Checkin

Performed electronic leak detection and line tracing. After running several test I was able to determine that customers burst water line was on the 3/4” copper manifold located behind toilet where it goes into the concrete and runs under the AC unit located in the closet. In order to perform a direct access repair to this line we would need to disconnect and remove the AC unit, remove the base of the closet and then jackhammer up the concrete, there is also a good chance that we would need to remove toilet and jackhammer up a small section of flooring in order to get adequate access to the damaged pipe. Instead of having to go through the cost of removal and re installation of the AC unit and the possibility of having to install new tiled flooring we highly recommend performing a re-route of the line. Performing a re route will be a more cost effective and a permanent fix to the issue.


Chandler S.

Chandler S. Job Checkin

Customer reports that they have a slab leak at their condo. Explained to customer that the best route would be to perform a re-route of the leaking line a opposed to having to jackhammer up the flooring and performing a direct access repair. Recommended performing leak detection and manifold locating in order to determine which line is leaking and what the line feeds the leak detection will cost 395.00. Once we have the line located that is leaking we can then give a more accurate price on what the re route will cost. The average cost of a re- route is approximately an additional $2,000-3,000 dollars. But must perform the leak detection first


Chandler S.

Chandler S. Job Checkin

Installed a sewer backflow as well as cleanout near fountain in backyard.


Chandler S.

Chandler S. Job Checkin

Removed customers shower valve trim to inspect for leak. After removing trim I was able to see that the fitting connecting to the cold side of the shower had a slow drip to it. Opened drywall behind shower valve and installed an access panel to gain access to valve In order to fix the leak. Plumbed in new section and turned water back on and didn’t see any other leaks. Customer had the same plastic fittings on the hot side of the valve. Recommended replacing this fitting as well In order to prevent leaks.


Chandler S.

Chandler S. Job Checkin

Customer wishes to have two separate estimates. One for just plumbing to include, installation of new shower valve, moving plumbing to accommodate moving of bathroom vanity, moving of toilet drain and water line over approximately 6” as well as installation of hammer arrestor in front of home. Second estimate to include complete bathroom remodel to include the plumbing mentioned above.


Gary S.

Gary S. Job Checkin

Customer has two sink faucets in the snack bar area that are stripped and need two stems. Replaced the cold stem for the hand sink at the snack bar and the hot water stem for the 3 compartment sink in the kitchen. Tested and working properly.


Chandler S.

Chandler S. Job Checkin

Customers old faucet wasn’t working. Installed new Moen single handle chrome bathroom faucet that we supplied.


Chandler S.

Chandler S. Job Checkin

Performed leak detection for customer. Located leak on 3/4 copper line in water heater closet. 3/4 line ran from behind water heater over to manifold behind middle bathroom. Customer stated he will be performing re-route on his own. Capped line for customer and noticed customer had a second leak over between kitchen and 1/2 bathroom. Strongly recommended customer get a whole house repipe. Customer will be looking at between 13,000-15000 for whole house repipe. Customer does not have much attic access so line might need to be ran exposed on tiled roof or exposed under roof over hang.


Gary S.

Gary S. Job Checkin

Customer received a notice that the water heater needed a new thermocouple. Inspected water heater which was installed in 2008. Recommend replacing soon.