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The owner, Brant, was willing to work to be sure that I was satisfied with the water heater that he installed. The first one was faulty. He went back and got the second one and made sure that it was working properly even working late on a Saturday, Valentine's Day.
After using two different companies I still had issues with my plumbing. I was very upset with their workmanship and the invoices turned into to being more than the original estimate. A good friend recommended de Veers plumbing. I gave them a call. They responded quickly and resolved my plumbing problems. It was a relief to finally have someone that took pride in their work. The bill wasn't bad either. de Veers will definitely be my go to for all plumbing.
In and out. Had a problem with water heater. CopperLine showed up, assessed the problem, and ordered the part. Once the part arrived, they came back out and installed it. Water heater was back on line and still working.
VERY SATISFIED, he was able to come out the same day, I had a broken hot water heater, he figured out the problem and took care of it. Very knowledgable, Would recommend him to anyone
Had to call Garden Doctors due a lighting issue. I was pleasantly surprised at the quick response and interest shown In correcting the lighting problem as well as addressing other outstanding issues. Their follow up was a class act and gives me the confidence using them should unforeseen situations arise. Thanks Garden Doctors! David R.
I have been a general contractor for about 15 years, working with small or big jobs. I offer high quality and good performance.
Why Every Homeowner Should Invest in a Water Softener From homeowner’s insurance to monthly pest control, protecting your investment should always be high on your priority list. Natural disasters and hungry termites are usually at the top of the list, but we’d like to shed some light on an integral part of your home that is often overlooked at first – your plumbing. Most of our local waters is very hard, and that is between 8 and 12 grains of hardness, which makes it imperative for you to have a water softener. Many homeowners see this as an inconvenience and buying expensive products to fight the film that eventually coats their dishware, appliances, clothes and even their skin and hair. What they may not realize is the damage hard water mineral buildup can do to their plumbing, dishwasher and other water appliances. Over time, mineral buildup will coat your faucets and clog your pipes, causing water flow problems. Not only you will you will end up having low water pressure, you’ll also have to scrub and scrape to keep your fixtures clean. Unfortunately, once the buildup within the piping has gotten out of hand, you only options for improvement will be harsh chemicals and/or total replacement of your piping. You can put your hard water worries to rest early in the game by investing in a home water softening system. You can restore the shine to your glasses and utensils and even the bounce to your hair with soft water. For those who have sensitive skin, soft water has been known to alleviate the drying effect of hard water on your skin. A home is a big investment. You can protect yours with a water softener. Since hardness is really dissolved rock, the average family of four will have more than 10 pounds of rock per year in their water for each grain of hardness. Other than discussed above, these deposits in your home from hard water can: Increase energy costs for water heaters Produce cloudy ice cubes Make unsightly rings in the toilet and bathtub (soap scum) Turn white fabrics gray and fade colors in the laundry Facts about choosing a water system With so many companies offering water treatment systems and such a wide range of prices, it’s difficult to know how one system compares to another. Listed below are some important tips to help consumers make an informed decision about their needs. Company Many new companies open up each year with limited experience and knowledge about the water treatment industry. Many companies close down every year leaving consumers without service and warranty support. Shop with a company that can provide warranties, service, parts and filters. Warranties Ask to read the original manufacturer’s warranty. Do not accept verbal promises from the salesperson. Does a “lifetime” warranty cover your life?, the company’s life?, your home’s life?, or the salesman’s life? A “lifetime” warranty is always a “limited lifetime” with the most expensive parts not covered for more than a year or two. Make sure the warranty is fully transferable if you move to a new home or want to sell the unit to a new owner. Certification NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) is the most important third party certification organization for water treatment systems. NSF has established the highest standards for product claims, manufacturing practices and product design. Make sure the entire system you’re evaluating is NSF certified and not just a specific component. Efficiency Efficiency refers to how much regenerant (salt or potassium) is required, how much water is needed, and how much time it takes to regenerate the system. One system may use 4-5 time less regenerant and 9-10 times less water than another. Consumers should compare the cost to operate and amount of maintenance required on each system they’re considering. Pricing/Value Shop and compare with reputable companies. A low price is no bargain if the company is out of business in a year or two. Make sure the quoted price includes installation. Get a written quote and make sure there are no hidden charges. The company should provide literature, specifications, operating costs, written warranties and third party validations on the exact system. Maintenance Costs Review costs to operate a system as well as cost to purchase. In many cases, the maintenance costs on a low priced system exceed the savings. The best value is the combination of a quality product with low maintenance and a solid manufacturer’s warranty. Convenience Ask to see an owner’s manual before purchasing and review how to operate the system. Find out how to troubleshoot the system if something goes wrong and to set or reset the unit. If shopping for a drinking water system, review how to change the filters and how long the components last.
We do the following: * All phases of construction * Bathroom and kitchen remodeling * Concrete driveways and foundations * Woodworking * Flooring * Granite and marble countertops and more We are guided by the following bible verse: "Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving." - Colossians 3:23-24
Since 1984, The Wellness Water Company, formerly The Water Company, has helped over 1,000 home and business owners clean up their water. We are a certified Puronics dealer (formerly Ionics) since 1984. We analyze the water, recommend a solution, install, and maintain all systems. Financing is also available. - We service all brands of water softening/filtration equipment. - We deliver and install salt for water softeners. - We change activated carbon filters, both for whole house systems or drinking systems. - We service reverse osmosis systems (all brands). - We service iron filters. - We clean out brine tanks. - We sanitize reverse osmosis systems storage tanks. - We install air purification systems.
I take pride in what I do and I like to look at my work is done
Being reliable drinking water testing contractors, they provide home water testing services. Derrick Couch Construction is always available to provide home water quality testing services for anyone.
This company offers AC and heating services. If you need water testing done, let them handle the job. They also provide other plumbing services.