Zeal Plumbing LLC
About this pro
He was very courteous. took the time to do the job right and charged a very fair price for the labor. Will definitely call gain.Feb 4, 2018Verified
Kevin was very efficient and professional. He was able to resolve our issue within a quick timely manner. We had a small leak in our plumbing in the basement that appeared to have stemmed from a patch job and he was able to replace it with a more permanent solution. Would recommend to anyone needing a professional plumber!Apr 19, 2017Verified
Showed up on time, very responsive to all of my text messages. Did a great job installing a sump pump with backup battery. Thanks a lot.Dec 7, 2017
The work was done in a few hours which meant that I would not have to miss another day from work. I was very surprised that In a case of emergency many other companies were not able to come and address my problem until the next day. Zeal plumbing was able to fix the water leak promptly.Oct 7, 2017Verified
Awesome service! Values customer satisfaction. Will be using for any plumbing needs in the future.Oct 2, 2017Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I do have standard pricing for several of my jobs that are very standard. I worked for a major company 8 years before branching out on my own to create Zeal Plumbing LLC, and I usually charge about 30-45% less than a major company. I can't and won't tell you that I am a "handyman" and will do something for nothing though. I am licensed plumbing professional and insured to protect you and myself. Being a real professional vs a handyman means that to run an honest company there are more business cost to keep myself legal. I have found out that you get what you pay for in my line of work, especially after fixing messes other plumbers and handymen have done along the way.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I wish that I could save my customers and me both time by quoting everything over the internet, that would be ideal for both of us, but, so many times I run into small variants that can lessen or raise the price. I don't want to be dishonest by always giving the best case scenario, and then coming out and giving bad news, like so many other plumbers do just to get their foot in the door. Prices vary for many reasons, like getting things up to code, the length of pipes, width of pipes, what types of pipes, how deep leaks or breaks are, how long issues have been going on, how accessible things are, can it be repaired, or does it have to be completely replaced? Are we really fixing the problem or putting a band-aid on things? I love to have a personal relationship with my clients and I immediately give my number out if I feel like I cannot accurately quote a standard price. Always ask your plumber if they are licensed and insured and be leery when they aren't. Once I talk to someone and get details I give them a ball park, and if I have no idea, then I normally provide a free estimate/visit to the home. I always confirm the prices with the customer before I start any work, so that there are no surprises.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I hold a Georgia plumbing license, a business license and am insured for your protection.