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Plumbing Pipe Installation or Replacement
Awesome job of explaining the issue and what it will take to get it fixed right!!! I will not use another plumberDec 3, 2019Verified
Water Heater Repair or Maintenance
Thank you for quick responsive service. Warm water here at last.Nov 2, 2019Verified
Plumbing Drain Repair
Responded very quickly with a professional approach.Sep 26, 2019Verified
Plumbing Drain Repair
Great job! Will use again.Dec 7, 2019Verified
Steven and fe did a beautiful job today. I will call on them againSep 6, 2019Review from GooglePlumb-all LLC's reply
We are glad that we could help! Thank you for the opportunity for us to serve you!
License Type: Septic Contractor Certification (GA)
License Type: Plumber – Master – Unrestricted (GA)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We give upfront prices. Every job is unique, that's why we recommend going out to provide a free estimate for each job. We give discounts to military, law enforcement, senior citizens, teachers, and full time students.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Every licensed plumber has to undergo 3 years of apprenticeship before they're allowed to apply for, test, and get their Journeyman Plumbing License. Upon holding that license for 2 years, the same process can be done to acquire their Master Plumbing License, either "Restricted" or "Non-restricted". All the while, we must consistently complete continuing education courses to stay up to date on changes in local and International Plumbing Code. We also hold several different certifications with Ga. Environmental Health Dept. for septic repair and installation that also require staying up to date with state laws to help keep us all safe from dangerous illnesses. There are minimum requirements for continuing education, but with the pace the world is at now, we feel that these things should be done much more frequently, and require our employees to learn more on a weekly basis.
- What types of customers have you worked with?We've worked with homeowners, landlords, home warranty associations, and companies with multiple locations.