About this pro
13 years in business
19 hires on Thumbtack
I had Ron install a new hose hydrant in the front of my house from where it had froze in the winter. The hydrant is 10x the one I used to have and it was done within an hour. Quality product and quality work for reasonable rates. I couldn't be happier.May 16, 2018
Ron and Uncle Curtis were great. They arrived a little later than planned but that can be expected in their line of work. When they got there they got right to it and completed the job for the estimated cost. I would definitely hire again and recommend to friends and family.Sep 1, 2016Verified
I had a leak going from my condo on the 3rd floor to the condo unit below me. At first, I called RotoRooter to come out. They checked the leak area, said it was a pipe, and would take an hour to fix. After another 10 minutes, they said they would need multiple pipe repairs and they would need to pull out the bathtub itself to get to the pipes to replace them. They estimated it would take about 8-10 hours of work and cost anywhere around $3,500 to $4,500 dollars after labor and materials to fix. I was not buying their explanation. They charged me $229 dollars anyways for their 'hour' of work. I looked on Thumbtack and Ron was the first one to respond. He came out the next morning, saw it was a different issue with a cracked seal around the tub drain, fixed, and repaired it for $145. The most important thing to me is getting the right issue and fixing it. I trust Ron's professionalism and work quality. Ron also assured me if anything else came up, he would come back out to investigate. 5 stars for Ron and I would recommend him to others. I will use him again in the future if plumbing items come up.Jul 25, 2017Verified
Great guy. Will hire Ron again and again.Sep 6, 2016Verified
Good experience working with these guys. They were able to schedule the work right away (others quoted several days out), gave me option of either repair or replacement, and had the replacement gear on hand to swap it out right away. Quick and easy!Aug 24, 2017
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I typically charge 95.00 an hour plus parts but also willing to give bids for repairs or replacements. I keep my pricing fair and competitive a cheaper price isnt always the best route.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Gaining the trust of a new client is very important to me ill always give them the best of advice in any situation they are in. So most importantly I want them to know that they are in good hands with me I dont cut corners to get the job done sooner so an extra amount of money is very important for piece of mind to the client knowing they dont have to worry after I leave. I want a client for life not just this one job.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have 22 years experience of on the job training ive seen just about all of things possible when it comes to repairs. I work with pex, copper, cpvc, umpano piping.