We ordered a septic inspection, well inspection with full panel water test for FHA loan. Tech came out without being able to do any of this. It’s a 45 minute drive for me so my entire Friday afternoon was wasted
$443 to splice a pipe is outrageous
Great service. They know plumbing and Matt was great.
Such a polite, well mannered young man! Kept me in the loop of what to expect and what he was doing as he did it. Verified everything in detail before he preformed the task. Blake is an asset to this plumbing team.
The only reason I gave one star on the cost is because I am still unsure what it will cost if I have a bigger issue. We will see on Thursday when I see you again
Jeremy went above and beyond
Blake was very polite and did a good job on restoring insulation
We had a really bad drainage problem in our home. Toilets clogged, water in sink and showers not draining out. Come to find out, our cleanout in yard was clogged up. I called up Quality Sevice Today because of their great reviews. They didn’t disappoint me! Blake Harrison came out to my home and had it cleaned out in less than an hour! I’m a happy customer. I would definitely recommend Quality Service Today if you are having any plumbing issues.
Nathan was very thorough and provided a sense of trustworthiness. He was professional and at the same time was kind and considerate to my elderly mother living in the house. Excellent customer service.
Upon arrival to the home I talked to the customer about getting a new septic system, she’s going to have to pull permits as well as get a part test on before any work can be performed
Upon arrival I spoke with the homeowner he showed me the location of a septic tank And explain to me that the alarm on the pump station had came on, After further evaluation I made the homeowner aware that I would have one of the pump specialist come out and take a look at the pump, I then gave an upfront option and price on pumping up to 1000 gallons, after signature approval I then began to pump the tank clean and clear of any liquids or solids, after completion of the job cleaned up all tools and materials. - Pump up to 1000 gallons
Shut off water at the toilet, drain it, and vacuum out excess water Once toilet is empty, disassemble affected internal components Install new fill valve, flapper, stainless steel supply line Upon completion of install, test fixture to ensure proper function and no manufacturer defects 90 day warranty We were called out today because the homeowners’ toilet began overflowing, and did not stop. This resulted in water damage on the ceiling of the kitchen/living room area. After arriving to the home and speaking with the customer, I learned that the toilet clogged after having been used, and that the customer stepped away to let it sit for a minute before plunging it. In that time, the toilet’s flapper did not seal, causing the fill valve to run constantly and dump water into the bowl of the toilet… since the bowl was clogged, the excess water was not able to drain, and began flowing out of the bowl and onto the floor. Once the customer noticed water coming from the ceiling, he quick
Install 3” twist in plug in floor storm drain to cap off line Disconnect and remove faulty Sloan Regal flush valve on woman’s bathroom toilet , 4th stall, and replace with new flush valve to fix issue with not receiving water to toilet Upon arrival confirmed with customer work to be completed. After confirming work, proceeded to cap off 3” floor storm drain with twist in plug. After storm drain was capped off, turned off water to building and went into lady’s bathroom and disconnected and removed faulty Sloan Regal flush valve that was not dispensing water like it should. After flush valve was disconnected, installed new Sloan Royal flush valve and adjusted to have proper flush. After new flush valve was installed, restored water pressure to building to test for leaks. No leaks were found, but toilet was partially clogged with a sluggish flush. Ran auger threw toilet multiple times to clear clog, also noticed toilet seat was loose. Tightened toilet seat bolts to secure seat to bowl
➖Pull and reset toilet ➖Run drain machine through toilet drain Upon arrival to the home the homeowner made me aware that the sink gargle and the toilet would not flush and that the washing machine drain had backed up into the toilet and the tub. Upon further diagnosis I came to the conclusion that there was a mainline blockage and that the toilet needed to be pulled so that I could run my drain machine down the toilet drain. I then proceeded to present the homeowner with upfront prices and options to get the issue fixed today. The homeowner decided to have me go ahead and do the work to get the issue resolved. I began by shutting off the water to the home at the street and draining all of the water out of the toilet. Then remove the toilet off the floor and began to run my drain machine down the toilet drain until the blockage was cleared. Once the blockage was cleared I reset the toilet And turned the water back on to the home to test everything thoroughly. Everything is draining p
Upon arrival to the home the realtor stated that they would like to get a septic inspection as well as a well inspection, after talking with the realtor and going over what will need to happen the realtor stated that they were going to find someone else to do this work because we were not able to get it done today nor able to do the five panel test
Removed both female fittings on UV light and resealed then turned water back on and insured they where no longer leaking
Upon arrival to the farm I talked with the farm manager about installation of a septic I informed them that we will not be able to install the septic system so that’s on the farm manager made me aware of a well that they needed to have installed, I have provided upfront price for the customer for that we are waiting to hear back from Richard before proceeding with this, I do have his number and I will reach out to him later on today if he does not call the farm manager back before That
We were called out today because the customer is opening a dentistry office, and several of the fixtures in the building do not have hot water. After looking over the building, I found that the left side of the building does have hot water, however the right side does not. When we tested the two sinks on the right of the building, only about an ounce of water came out of the hot side, and then stopped entirely. I disconnect the supply lines under the sink to make sure the shut off valve was functioning, and I was able to see inside the valve that the stopper was in fact moving freely. The issue seems to be that there is no water in the hot lines on that side of the building, possibly due to the hot lines being disconnected somewhere in the wall. We looked in the attic and in the drop down ceiling for water lines, but unfortunately all the water lines are in the walls and we have no way of looking at them. I offered a quote for cutting open the sheet rock and exposing the water lines, a
After arriving to the home, the homeowner made me aware of how the water heater was leaking, and that his tenants and him noticed the sound of water running. The water is located in an outdoor utility closet. The age of the heater is approximately 15 years old, with no previous record of maintenance. Due to the nature of the issue, replacing the unit was the only solution. The water is a natural gas unit, and is located on an 18” stand. The homeowner had to turn the water off to the home since the isolation valve for the water heater was seized. I made the homeowner aware of different avenues of approach we could take for replacement. He was interested in potentially going electric, however due to wait time between scheduling an electrician, and getting hot water, he decided not to go the route. I provided estimates with upfront pricing, at this time we have not decided to move forward with work.
Upon arrival I spoke with the homeowner he made me aware of the location of the septic tank, after further evaluation i gave an upfront option and price on pumping up to 1000 gallons, After signature approval i then began to pump the tank clean and clear of any liquids or solids, after completion of the job I cleaned up all tools and materials. - pump up to 1000 gallons
Upon arrival customer explained that when washing clothes the toilet in master with gargle and one time it over flowed We replace sewer a few moths so I camerad line to insure it wasn’t a failure on our part and I found that line going to tap in Rd was back graded ran Jetter to clear all debris after running jetter ran camera again and line is clear of all debris but still has standing water in called sewer department for county and they stated it will be there responsibility customer will put work order in with them to have line fixed
Upon arrival to the home I done inspection on the tank that Jeremy had come out to pump , there is roots coming in on the outlet side of the tank, the Tank needs to be dug up on the outlet side and the roots need to be cut out and re-sealed with quick Crete upon providing a price for the customer the customer stated that they were gonna be out of town for Thanksgiving for the next few weeks and then when They get back in town they will give us a call
We came out today to perform a 65 point inspection, and to flush the water heater. Upon arriving at the home I was shown to the water heater, which is where I began by attaching a garden hose to the boiler drain and draining the heater. While the heater drained, I inspected the single bathroom and kitchen. In the bathroom I found that the toilet shut off valve, as well as the lavatory faucet shut off valves are frozen and unable to be turned. All of the fixtures function fine, but there is no way to shut them off should there be an emergency. As for the kitchen, the drain and water lines have recently been replaced and were basically brand new. The faucet functioned fine as well. After looking over the fixtures, I went back into the basement to check the drain lines and water lines. There I noticed that most of the home’s water piping is polybutylene which has been banned because of its reputation for developing leaks. A long term solution to this issue would be to replace the water li
In Order to Provide Accurate Pricing on Remodel, We Will Need to Remove the Current Fixtures, Surrounds, and Vanity. Remove Sheetrock and Subfloor to Gain Visual on Current Drain System and Evaluate Whether or Not Relocating to Desired Places is Possible. If The Homeowner Performs the Demolition of Shower, and Vanity, We Can Return and Remove the Tub and Prepare Water Lines by Relocating to Desired Locations, and Capping and Securing in Place. Cap Drains to Prevent Sewer Gases from Entering the Home. During this Time We Will Remove Sheetrock and Subfloor Where We See Fit, and Then Provide Estimates to Complete the Rest of The Work Does Not Include Pricing to Relocate Drains, Will Need to Visually Evaluate before Giving an Accurate Estimate Arrived today to perform demolition on the master suite bathroom. The homeowner made me aware that he removed 90 percent of the bathroom himself, but wanted us to go ahead to perform the other rough in’s. He left a portion of the tub in place, whe