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Affordable plumbing
5.0
from 44 reviews
  • 18 years in business
  • 46 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Brian L.
Verified review

Shawn was great to work with. He provided a thorough/competitive quote, asked good questions and offered experienced advice. Started and finished the job right on schedule. Would hire again or recommend to family or friends.

Plumber Tom
4.9
from 22 reviews
  • 27 hires on Thumbtack
Randy B.
Verified review

When I noticed warm tiles in my lower hallway, with cold ones around them (and I didn't have floor radiant heating), I KNEW it was a sign of a slab leak. I didn't want to have to have a plumber jackhammer the tile/slab to find the leak, as it would be a nightmare resulting in having to retile a large section of flooring (since I would not be able to find the exact same tile again). The water meter was turning slowly, with all faucets turned off, so I knew there was a leak. I called several plumbers for an assessment/estimate. I knew it wouldn't be inexpensive. After interviewing 4 plumbers (recommended by Thumbtack.com), I took a chance, based on reviews and their assessment presentation to me and price quote) with Plumber Tom. I don't really know who "Tom" is, but the lead plumber who came out was named Mark. He gave me 3 options: repair the slab leak (I'd be on my own for re-tiling), re-route that particular line that was in the hallway through the walls to the lower bathroom, or re-pipe the entire house. Regarding slab leaks, Mark (and others) said the only real guarantee is that once one has a slab leak, there will be more in the future. Supposedly, they don't put plumbing through slabs much anymore in new residential construction, because it's so hard to get to plumbing leaks when they occur. I decided to re-pipe the entire 2-story house, using PEX (vs. copper tubing). Mark stated he re-piped his entire house with PEX, even though he could have chosen copper tubing. I researched PEX tubing, and while it comes with a guarantee of 30 years on the material, the industry says it can easily last 100 years, as long as it's not exposed to the elements. PEX is easier to install, less junctions (and therefore potential possibilities of leaks), more continuous line, flexible, expandable, etc, and less expensive to install. I was quoted a price for materials and labor of about $7600, which was less than any of the other companies, and less than what I predicted it would be in the first place. The price included repairing drywall, stucco, as well as the materials and the plumbing labor...it did not include re-painting drywall, but, to my surprise, their drywall subcontractor offered to re-paint the drywall as well. Except for one day when a drywaller didn't show up (I guess a conflict in scheduling came up), I called and they sent someone else out later that day to continue finishing the drywalling, stucco). Otherwise, all employees / subcontractors came out on time, worked diligently, and cleaned up at the end of each day. Mark was more than happy to explain all the details of the plumbing engineering he was installing. I was especially pleased that he only had to remove drywall and some stucco to re-route all the plumbing, so no floor or wall tile had to be removed. They tried to find the best cosmetic approach in terms of routing the plumbing, after checking with me to be sure I was happy with the planned routing, etc. The plumbing took 2.5 days to complete. Then the drywalling/stucco/painting team came in to finish the job. There were many holes in ceiling, closets, garage, kitchen, side of house, but, if you were to come over now, you'd never know there was very messy demolition a week ago (drywall work sends dust flying everywhere, even when floors and furniture, etc are covered with plastic covers). The drywalling/stuccopainting took 3 days to finish (drying times, etc). The drywall crew cleaned up as thoroughly as possible. Of course, after they left, I still had a massive dusting, cleaning project, because the dust went everywhere downstairs, but I expected this (having done so many remodel projects in the past which involved drywall). All fixtures are working, no more warm spot in tile, water pressure is great, cannot hear water running through the PEX tubing in the walls. In fact, hot water to the 2nd story bathroom seems to arrive there faster than in the original copper tubing. The crew, the head plumber, the Plumber Tom office...all of them were professional. They had excellent communication, and answered all my questions (I had several along the way). They answered their phones, responded to emails, texts very promptly. I did not feel pressured in any way, and there was no upselling. I'd feel confident in using them again. They would definitely follow through if any problem arose with their re-pipe installation. For any future plumbing needs, I will contact Plumber Tom first for an estimate/assessment. They were less expensive, no hidden costs, not high pressure, very professional, and friendly. They answered all my questions, even making it educational (I'm a science teacher, so I always ask lots of questions and want to know how things work). Again, I want to thank Mark, and Plumber Tom for their fantastic service, reasonable prices, and attention to detail. 5 stars from me!

Butler Plumbing
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 27 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Christine A.
Verified review

Professional, Polite, Prompt, Personable - The Perfect Plumber! Morgan is more than a plumber - he is the Construction Specialist that we all dream of having for our plumbing projects. Morgan saved me and rectified a large project that was done incorrectly by another plumber. A year prior to meeting Morgan, I hired a different plumber that was recommended through another app. Unfortunately, the other plumber would not admit that he was not qualified to do the detailed scope of work that was needed to re-plumb and install this type of standalone cast iron tub and its fixtures. He wasn’t interested in following directions from the manufacturer or listening to me, so he cut pipes too short, didn’t center the plumbing to fit the tub, and ultimately, the tub kept leaking. He was unable to admit that he was in over his head, unwilling to fix his mistakes, and incapable of making it right. Morgan Butler has an impeccable work ethic. He explained that he was going to start over with a clean slate so I would not have any more problems going forward. He explained each step he took and why it would be the best thing for this installation. Without an unkind word, he also identified why the other work that was done was causing the leaking problems. Morgan was so patient and listened to everything I said. He read the instructions and viewed installation videos from the manufacturer. He remedied our plumbing issues and I have never had one problem since he took care of us. Morgan is humble and kind, and it gave me great comfort to hear him say that even though he has been a plumber for decades, each job is different and he doesn’t take anything for granted. Morgan and his crew operate with the highest standards. They were on time, spotless, and extremely efficient. Morgan’s customer communication is impeccable. While he is extremely intelligent and highly experienced as a plumber, I find him to be authentic and a man of great character. You will find him to be straightforward, honest, and ethical. Make no hesitation to hire Morgan Butler Plumbing for your next project.

  • 2 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Rik F.
Verified review

I asked Martin to evaluate my water heater to determine whether it would benefit from service. After taking his own time to look at the unit at no cost, he let me know that his professional opinion was that the service would be a waste of my money. I very much appreciate his honesty and professionalism. Some people would try to sell you things you do not need, but Martin just wanted to do what was in my best interest. I appreciate that very much.

Quick-Dry Flood Services
5.0
from 1 review
  • 50 years in business
Madison M.
Verified review

I had a flood at my home and found Quick-Dry Flood Services in the phone book. I knew I needed a company that could get there quickly and they were able to be at my home within an hour. Little did I know at the time, I had chosen the best company to come into my home and "make it right". Their technicians were very professional and courteous. I would recommend Quick-Dry to anyone with a water damage.

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Because i take pride in my work and treat it as if it was going in my own house

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Our services include home repairs of all trades, remodels and renovations, decks and patios, flooring and molding, cabinets and trim, doors and windows, plumbing and electrical. We are already 15 years in San Diego and have portfolio with references.

  • 6 years in business
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Dependability, reliability, honesty. Being the owner and worker allows me to give my all to customer satisfaction

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We respect our customers house and property, we remove our shoes upon entry. When performing big jobs like Re-pipes or Re-routes we use tarps and plastic to protect your floors. We also will go above and beyond to do the work without opening more drywall than needed, when done we re-install the drywall pieces so the walls only need texture.

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