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!
Customers old p trap assembly was leaking and had caulking applied on seems to try and prevent leaking. Replaced p trap and drain assembly for sink
Snaked both bathtub as well and bathroom sink. Everything was draining properly. Inspected bathroom sink drains that where leaking. Appeared someone attempted to place caulking around the connections to prevent from leaking. Recommended disconnecting all drains under sink and installation of new drains in order to fix the issues.
Customer has large obstruction in sewer main where I cannot get past with my camera or snake. Line appeared to be be collapsed or have large offset causing the issue. Was able to perform spot repair on collapsed section of pipe. Customer has several other large root intrusions that we cleared with snake. Highly recommend replacing approximately 75’ section of clay pipe to prevent from having further issues in the future. Roots will continue to grow and cause clogs.
Had to take Apart customers drains where they dropped down into garage in order to run the cable snake, was not able to put blade on snake due to the lack of access. Was able to get clogged cleared and everything draining properly. Ran camera and noticed customer had large root intrusion. Strongly recommend performing sewer line replacement per last estimate I submitted last time this property had a back up. Main sewer line is orangeburg piping that is failing and has several root intrusions. Customer will continue to have this issue until sewer main is fixed. Also fixed leak that was under customers kitchen sink. Compression nut under right side of side of sink had became loose. Replaced plastic washer and tightened fitting back up.
Snaked customers sewer main from cleanout in backyard. Removed a large clump of roots which cleared the clog. Ran hose in sewer main for several minutes and everything was draining. Followed up with camera inspection and noticed customer had several root intrusions throughout the sewer line. Main issue is section where sewer main goes under wall in back right corner of yard. Was not able to push my camera past this section. Sewer line appeared to be collapsed or have large offset. Highly recommend digging up this section and performing spot repair. Once this section is repaired we can give estimate for replacing sewer main in backyard if need be.
Customer has water staining outside of front door on concrete. Performed several test to try and determine if customer has a active leak. After performing test it seems customer has a leak in her main feed for irrigation. Once I shut valve off for irrigation the meter would stop turning. When I would have the valve on the meter would slowly start to move. Due to the line being pvc was not able to to determine where the line ran or where the leak is. I believe the pvc line runs from the valve under customers front porch and over to ball valve on front left side of the house where the irrigation valves are located for sprinklers. Recommended possible having another company out to try and see if they can locate where leak is. Or having to re-route the line out under from front patio in the planter bed over to the side of the house.
Customer has water that has been leaking causing water damage and mold to water heater closet, as well as closet in bedroom/closet
Customer had lots of debris and toilet paper that was backed up into laundry line. Performed camera inspection of laundry line and was able to flush out all debris. Also performed camera inspection through mainline cleanout in between the two units. Customer has orangeburg sewer main that is beginning to fail. Has two large root intrusions where it looks like the top of the sewer line is missing. Highly recommend replacing orangeburg pipe from the cleanout out to the alleyway where it connects to clay pipe via pipe bursting of a total of approximately 80’. Customer will be looking at approximately $14,750.00 to have this done. Customer will continue to have sewage back ups until issue is fixed. At minimum recommend performing two spot repairs on the two major issues for $3,100.
Flushed out customers tankless. And cleaned out filter. Filter had a lot of debris built up it. After flushing system error code 66 still appeared. Called noritz customer service and they recommended replacing bypass turbo. Quoted $550.00 to do so. Replaced bypass turbo and turned the water heater back on. Error code was gone and everything was working properly
Unclogged toilet/sink in bathroom