Submitted a request for plumbing services and got 6 replies almost immediately. Liked that a lot. Didn't like that responders did not read my detailed request via my Thumbtack post. Set up quotation visits and 5/6 showed up. Those that don't, make it easy for requestors to reject and fortunately, I did not rate that non-responder (if you don't do what you said you would AND you don't call when you miss your appointment, you don't deserve another chance or call back). Work entailed changing corroded valve to water heater, (3) shower cartridges, 2 toilet components, (1) new bathroom sink drain/stopper assembly, and re-caulking of master bath floor pan. About 1-1.5 years ago, used Thumbtack to do similar repairs and selected Sears. Deal was I buy parts and Sears installs. Upside was cost (as compared with using a licensed contractor) but downside was Sears did only what I asked them to do, even if they were aware that it was the shower on/off cartridges vs. what I thought were the outside on/off assembly. They replaced a leaking faucet but since I did not get the sink/stopper assembly, it was left and found to be leaking. The hall shower continued to leak from the on/off valve. This time, I used a licensed contractor and while price points were more than double from Sears, Super Maintenance Bros. exhibited quality and timely work completed efficiently. I am completely satisfied with Mr. Sanchez' work and know I can call him locally now for any plumbing work we need. My other option was to wait for a retired friend who was a master plumber but after almost 2 years of his excuses (it was all about him, not my repairs), I moved on and glad I did. When you hire a licensed contractor, it's all about ME as a customer and Rick met every one of my expectations. Thanks, Rick!