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.
Pump Up to 1000 Gallons in Main Septic Tank -Replacement of Pump in Basin, Install Zoeller 1/2 HP Manual Effluent Pump -Install New Outdoor Control Box, with New Floats to Include On, Off, and Alarm Function. Run Floats on Float Tree, Independent from Discharge Line. Install Conduit Sealer on Line Entering Tank and Leaving Control Box. -Replace Check Valve, Union and Shutoff on Discharge Line While Replacing Pump. -Includes Service Partner Plan: Annual Safety Checks on Whole House Plumbing, Includes Annual Water Heater Flush, No Dispatch Fees, 10% SPP Discount, Up to 3 Years Parts and Labor Warranty if SPP is Current I arrived today to take a look at a septic alarm issue. The homeowner had their alarm go off last night around 10 pm. They were able to get it to shutoff, but the alarm came back on this morning. I began by removing the access lids off of three risers. 2 for the main tank, and 1 for the effluent pump basin. The homeowners just moved here within the past 2 years. Chatham C
Arrived at home met with homeowner along with the technicians on site performed camera inspection of drainfield with homeowner present found several valleys and several routes in the first 90 feet of the drain line gave homeowner two options one with repairing the first 90 feet and one with just patching where the roots and bellies are per 10 feet homeowner stated that he needed a few days to look over the options to figure out exactly which route he would like to take at this time. I also told the homeowner that there was a possibility that we may be at back on Tuesday with the manager just to re-evaluate the repair area to be on the safe side
- Install new Polylok septic filter - Agitate septic tank turning all solids into a liquid sludge and scraping out the bottom - Pump up to 1000 gallons (additional fee per 100 gallons over) Installed septic on exit side of tank started by removing concrete around drain line after enough concrete was removed installed filter and insured it was Secured placed lid back on tank and back filled tank
Upon arrival I spoke with the homeowner and they made me aware that Ashleigh our sewer specialist said that they needed to get it pumped to have it inspected. I then pumped out the tank until it was clean and clear. Upon completion I cleaned up all tools and materials.
Upon arrival Alisia and I discussed the issues she was having. The slow draining sink she discovered was the pop up not being up all the way and the leaking under the hall bath sink was to the collar to the trap being slightly loose, both of which she had taken care of before my arrival. After learning that, she had expressed her concern was the dishwasher throwing a code after 6-8 mins. I ran the dishwasher for 13 minutes on the auto cycle, the normal cycle and the express cycle and was unable to reproduce the symptoms she had priory stated. After the thorough evaluation and inability to reproduce the symptoms I offered a membership to which she agreed after hearing all the perks of it.
Arrived at home met with homeowner son homeowner was not here performed camera inspection of drainfield along with camera inspection of main lines found solids and a few bellies in drain line marked off with flags went over the camera inspection with homeowner son sign made me aware that he would have to review the options with his father. Father pulled up as I was leaving. Reviewed options with both of them. They need to think about it before moving forward. Also previous tech sold filter offered riser for filter, I don’t believe that the filter is going to fit due to the size of the lid that is currently here without having a riser installed homeowner and son are aware
➖Run drain machine through outside clean out and attempt to clear the blockage ➖$69 Dispatch Upon arrival to the home and the tenant made me aware that they were having an issue with the whole house backing up. Upon further diagnosis I came to the conclusion that there was indeed a mainline stoppage. I was just out here a few months ago for the same issue which was found to be tree roots. Then proceeded to give the homeowner upfront pricing and options to get the line flowing again today. I began by running my dream machine down the line until the blockage was cleared. Once the blockage was cleared and tested everything thoroughly to make sure that everything was draining properly at this time. I explain to the homeowner that this is just a temporary solution and that the line will back up again. We are going to have a camera specialist come out and camera the line and give the homeowner a permanent solution to this issue.
Upon arrival Irving and I discussed the issues they where having. He stated that they went on vacation and when they returned there was water backed up into the tub and sink. After a thorough evaluation it was established one of the connections in the drain line had failed. After creating some options and presenting them to Irving he chose to rehang and reattach the plumbing. To complete this work I: re-secured the plumbing to prevent a belly forming again in the future and re-connect plumbing at point of failed connection to maintain proper pitch. Upon completion of work run water to ensure proper function and verify no leaks
Customer was planning on big tub than what will fit so now she has to find new one that she likes told her to see if she can order it and return it if it doesn’t work for what she is looking for Holding off on giving any pricing at this time until we know will be getting installed
Arrived at home performed camera inspection of main lines found several blockages and lines went over three different options with homeowner. She is leaning towards option two at this time. Her husband is not home and will be home this afternoon and she will go and review options with her husband they are leaving for the mountains today and will be back Monday. She requested that we give her a call Tuesday morning.
-install customer supplied kitchen faucet -pull dishwasher out run water supply line though cabinet along with drain -level and screw dishwasher in place -install customer supplied basket strainer on sink -Extend 2 inch PVC drain under sink so tubular drain can be connected -install customer supplied RO system under kitchen sink -run ice maker line from RO to refrigerator -replace hot and cold angle stop -clean caulking around sink and redo for a better finish look Made customer aware that there is very little room under sink for RO system and after installed when filters need to be changed system will need to be pulled out to do so because there want be enough room to drop filters
- Install new Polylok septic filter - Agitate septic tank turning all solids into a liquid sludge and scraping out the bottom - Pump up to 1000 gallons (additional fee per 100 gallons over) Upon arrival I spoke with the homeowner and he made me aware of the location of his septic tank. I then examined the septic tank and made him aware that there was an excessive amount of biomat and that it would definitely need to be pumped and agitated. I also made him aware that the septic tank had an outdated concrete filter and would definitely need to be updated with a new one. I then gave him multiple upfront options and he decided on option 1. After signature approval I pumped and agitated the tank clean and clear. Upon completion I cleaned up all tools and materials. The homeowner then made me aware that he would like to have a more in depth look at his drain field and I made him aware that we could get our sewer specialist out to look at it.
Upon arrival to the home and the homeowner made me aware that they have had the septic tank pumped out two months ago but the house was still backed up. Upon further diagnosis I came to the conclusion that there was indeed a whole home stoppage however I found that there was a break underneath the home as well as some large bellies in the line that I believed to be the cause of the blockage. At this time we are sending one of our drain specialist out to look at the line and see what needs to be done to get this issue resolved.
Pump septic tank Once tank is pumped will be able to perform camera inspection while we wait on the permit to see if there is a repair option on the drain field or if possible to start rejuvenation process/ jetting
Replace Cartridge In Single Handle Moen Kitchen Faucet, Test and Ensure Faucet is Free of Leaks. Replace Hot and Cold Cartridges in Moen Lavatory Faucet, Test and Ensure Sink is Free of Leaks Perform Minor Cleaning on Master Bathroom Sink, Take Apart Trap and Tubular Drains and Remove Debris. Run Snake through Drain. Snake Trap on Walk In Master Bathroom Shower Includes 10% SPP Discount Rebuilding Fixtures are Always an Attempt, and May Not Be a Permanent Solution. If Rebuilds Fail, Replacement of Fixtures are Necessary, in Which Follow Up Pricing Will be Given I arrived today to take a look at a few issues. First issue pertained to the kitchen sink faucet. Approximately 6 months ago, the homeowner noticed a leak coming from the faucet, and he made the repair by replacing the cartridge. This solved the issue until yesterday when water was all over the island, however they were unable to identify the leak. The homeowner also made me aware of issues in the master bathroom. His wife’s s