Great to work with!! Work was done quickly. They kept me updated and were very affordable! Call Chandler and his team for your plumbing needs!
Burst toilet feed hose, flooded our newly renovated bathrooms, and hallways, we caught it fairly quickly, Oscar came out and assessed the moisture levels and explained what we needed to do to minimize potential damage.
Very professional and honest
We had a water leak in our backyard landscaping system and couldn’t find it. Chandler came out, found the leak and made the repair. No more leak!
I have had Schuelke plumbing do many projects on my house over the years. They are the greatest. Always prompt and helpful…they never disappoint. Would highly recommend.
Response from Schuelke Plumbing Inland Empire:
Thank you for your awesome review, we greatly appreciate you taking the time to share your great experience with our company. We are always happy to hear that our customers are completely satisfied with our work.
We have used Schuelke plumbing multiple times. Always found the work to be excellent and their staff friendly and reliable. A great company!
This is the 2nd time I have used Schuelke Plumbing. They answer your calls quickly, assess the problem quickly, and initiate the repair. They are all pleasant, friendly and courteous. Very professional. Their service is impeccable! You'll never find a better, more reliable plumbing company!
Upon arrival tenant notified that the bottom of the toilet had been leaking after she flushed it. When I flushed the guest toilet there was gurgling noise coming from the master bathroom toilet which was directly behind. I first ran my auger through the toilet to clear out what I thought was a potential soft clog. After a while of using my auger I decided to pull the toilet. I ran my camera down the flange and could not see anything visible, due to the poor visibility. I then went on the roof and ran my camera down the vent. I was able to locate my camera at the septic tank. I reinstalled the toilet with a new wax ring. I flushed both toilets and was not having any back ups. What I believe the issue is, is that the leech lines have failed and need to be replaced. I believe that is the issue because I was told by the tenant that the septic tank had been pump and the company told her that there were a lot of roots inside the septic tank. The issue of the leech lines failing means that t
Snaked customers drain via cleanout behind kitchen. Performed camera inspection and saw that customer had large amounts of grease built up in the line causing the clog. Attempted to clear out the grease as best as we could via snaking and running hot water. Ran water for several minutes and clog was cleared. If customer continues to have issues recommend performing hydrojetting to clear out the remaining grease.
Tenant had a mainline sewer clog. This clog took me most of the day to clear the line. I had to pull the toilet and go through toilet flange because there wasn’t an accessible clean out for me to go through. The reason is because of the root intrusion in the sewer line. Unfortunately with roots that large it will only be a matter of time when the mainline clogs again. I highly recommend to do an emergency spot repair and add a two way clean out.
Customer had a large belly in kitchen line. We saw cut and jackhammered concrete and re routed line to the closest 3” main located in the hallway in order to have proper fill
2 estimates for replacing water heaters
Augered customer’s toilet for a while to make sure that toilet was functioning again. Flushed the toilet 5 times and had no issues, nor did I see water leaking from the base of the toilet. Ran water in the bathroom and sink for about 10 minutes to make sure that there wasn’t was a main line clog. It appears the issue was at the toilet and customer did inform me that the person that uses the toilet does tend to also use a lot of toilet paper.
Customer had a leak from a broken toilet supply line. Customer was able to catch the leak in time from permanent damage. Check the drywall for moisture and did recommend customer to point fans towards the wall to help dry and circulate the air.
Cut and replaced section of pipe from the main sewer line that had a major root intrusion with a new section of abs pipe and two new furnco couplings. After having the sewer line opened, ran a camera down the rest of the main sewer line and did not see any visible roots. But with rain season coming up there’s a possibility that roots can grow and break into the line especially because there were a of smaller roots surrounding when I was digging down and larger ones from possibly coming from the nearby large tree in the front yard.
Was successful in clearing the clog in the tenant’s main sewer line. After running a camera down the sewer the line that tenant has a massive root intrusion that is engulfing most of the line which will cause another clog in the near future. Highly recommend a spot repair to remove the section of root intrusion and replace with a section of new abs pipe.
Shower pan to customers master shower is compromised and caused damaged to both bathrooms where mold remediation has already occurred. Customer wishes to have estimate for new shower pan and shower enclosure as well as repairs made to drywall, vanity and closet.
Customer has existing old galvanized water lines that are currently exposed due to a bathroom remodel. Recommended to customer to repipe the entire hot side of the unit and replace the exposed galvanized on the cold side while walls are opened. Cannot perform a complete repipe of the cold side due to the connections being under ground but we will be able to replace everything above ground.
Customer has severe water damage around both toilets and surrounding walls. Performed mold mitigation to both of customers bathrooms. After removal of drywall we saw mold had spread behind bathroom vanity for secondary bathroom. Had to remove one of the vanities in order to remove the rest of the mold. Upon further inspection customer has mold growth occurring where both showers backup to each other. Explained to customer the only way to guarantee we remediate all the mold is to demo the shower. After running several test to determine what caused the water damage and old growth we found that customer has water seeping under glass enclosure in master bathroom and appears shower pan is leaking as well. Recommended demoing master shower and treating back side of secondary shower for mold and re- doing master shower pan and walls.
Customer had a kitchen sink clog, a previous plumber came out and snaked drain in order to clear the clog. They performed camera inspection inspection and stated that customers has a break in their drain by where bathroom vanity and kitchen drain tie in at. I followed up with a camera inspection via cleanout in kitchen cabinets. I saw that customers cast iron has a lot of scale build up and located what looks like to be a break right in front of bathroom vanity where the kitchen sink and vanity drain connect. Explained to the customer that we could attempt to perform descaling in order to get a better visual of the pipe, or we can perform a spot repair and repair the damaged section
Customer has severe water damage around toilets in both bathroom and surrounding walls. Wishes to have estimate for proper mitigation
Customer has a leak located under concrete near the back f the garage where fence post is. Recommended removal of concrete and repairing if pvc line. Explained to customer that this price does not include re installation of fence post Customer removed concrete and exposed irrigation line. Removed damaged sections and plumbing in new section