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  • Fitchburg Plumbing
    Great. Plumber was knowledgeable and courteous. He knows and understands the plumbing is this very well… I would definitely hire him again
    Jan Leglar A.
  • Daniel Company Bathrooms
    There’s a lot to love about this small company, formed when its owner, Scott Daniel, put together a team of some of his pals with experience working at big-box remodeling companies in south central Wisconsin. We chose Daniel Company Bathrooms after getting six estimates for our project, remodeling two bathrooms in conjunction with a skylight installation by another company. DC’s estimator Nick is patient, knowledgeable, and listens. He worked hard to bring us as close as possible to our vision, referring us to local wholesalers whose products are available exclusively to contractors. DC gets a small percentage of the sales, but it’s still cheaper than shopping retail and better than going with big-box remodelers. Our project manager, Casey is a genuine craftsman who takes pride in his workmanship. Our foreman, Brian, dealt patiently with issues as they cropped up. DC subcontracts both an electrician, who’s capable, painters, and a tiling team, Steven Wolf. Steven is the real star of the operation, a talented artist who prides himself on his precision and hard work. He pulled our project off brilliantly. As with any ambitious remodeling project, unforeseen issues came up. One had to do with the installation of a recessed medicine cabinet. We bought the cabinet, a double trough-style sink, and a skylight with the same dimensions so that these items would line up. Unfortunately, a hidden electrical box behind a wall prevented us from aligning the medicine cabinet, which ended up being off conspicuously by 3 inches. Another issue involved a cement partition, hidden behind another wall, that threatened to prevent installation our soaking tub. Fortunately, DC found a way. Two other setbacks involved human error. The first had to do with forgetting to put in an opening for the water line to the handheld shower fitting. Using photos of the interior before it was tiled over, DC figured out where to drill. The second had to do with the slide bar for a handheld shower being installed incorrectly, off by inches. Fixing it perfectly would’ve involved retiling. Admirably, DC apologized for the error, took responsibility, and worked to resolve the issue to our satisfaction. Setting aside these human errors, which are understandable and forgivable, my only slight criticism has to do with a certain disconnect among the workers and the owner. This disconnect was visible, for example, in the way DC dealt with a loud ceiling fan they had installed. We had purchased 2 “whisper” fans, one of which did not whisper. DC couldn’t adjust it. The owner insisted the problem must be a manufacturer’s defect, not DC’s installation, and DC can’t stand behind products they have not approved. The only problem is that DC had approved them. Before purchasing the fans, I had run the specs by the estimator, who okayed them. When I pointed this out to the owner, he replied that the estimator is basically a salesman. The project also ran a couple of weeks over the contracted completion date. To DC’s credit, even after the project was done and paid for, they still dispatched workers at no cost to swap out temporary parts with the proper parts that arrived late because of supply chain issues. Were it not for the minor grumble about communication, and the fact that getting hold of the estimator to nail down some details was occasionally difficult, Daniel Company Bathrooms would get an A+ from me. As things stand, I’d give them an “A” rating. Meaning I’d use them again without trying anyone else and would recommend DC Bathrooms highly to friends and family (so long as the home owner is persistent enough to make sure there’s no disconnect between the estimator, project manager, and owner). In short, Daniel Company Bathrooms is a reliable, professional, most excellent though small remodeling company that I would recommend highly
    Adam K.
  • KJM Plumbing
    Had vanity too replaced and needed new faucet installed. I was able to coordinate time when granite was installed with plumber coming shortly after. Communication went very well. Knowledgeable and professional plumber and fair price.
    AMY W.
  • Cardinal Heating & Air Conditioning
    Everything went very well. Our service technician, Brandon Acker, explained everything clearly and answered all our questions. He came prepared and had everything he needed for for the job. He had the system installed and everything cleaned up in under 2 hours. He was very professional, friendly and courteous. We consider him an excellent asset to Cardinal Heating and air conditioning
    Michael S.
  • KJM Plumbing
    Great! Very professional. They know what they are doing which is very important when it comes to plumbing.
    Geoffrey B.
  • Mark's Reddi Rooter & Plumbing
    I had an emergency sewer drain cleaning performed. Basement floor drain had about a half inch of water coming out. Mark's came over for an early evening (~6pm) consultation and was able to clean out the sewer line leading to the street. The team was in and hour within an hour. Took ~45 minutes to arrive. I'm definitely keep their number around in case I need it again and trying to spread the good word to whoever may need their service
    Nicholas F.
  • Triggs Plumbing
    I was very happy with the service, they were very professional, and on time and they get things fixed in less than 2 weeks. Triggs Plumbing prices are fair.
    Cheryl C.
    I called at 8:00 am. Job was finished by 9:45. I have used Butler Plumbing numerous times and they are quick, professional, courteous and competitively priced. They are my "go-to" plumbing service.
    Al L.
  • Cardinal Heating & Air Conditioning
    Excellent!! Guys were friendly and efficient. Will stick with Cardinal and definitely recommend them.
    Bill L.
  • KJM Plumbing
    We had a hot water heater that started leaking on a Saturday morning and needed a new one installed fast. Kurt was the first to contact us after posting. He was willing to work with us if need be to get the price where we had budgeted, but there was no need. He offered a VERY fair price! By 1:00 pm on Monday, we were back up and running! Brandon did the work and he arrived on time, was very informative and professional, and worked really quickly. I would recommend KJM to anyone looking for plumbing help
    Pat S.

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Plumbing FAQ

  1. How much does a plumber cost?

    Answer: The cost of a plumber ranges from $175 to $480, with a national average of $330. However, the price will vary depending on job complexity, timing, location, supplies and materials, permits, and level of expertise. These costs typically include toilet repairs, faucet installations, and leaky pipes. In addition to the service call, you may also need to budget for haul-away and trip fees often required during more complicated jobs. Ask your local plumbing contractor about these fees before hiring them.

  2. How much does a plumber charge to replace a toilet?

    Answer: On average, you can expect to pay your local plumbing contractor between $125 and $230 to replace an old toilet, with most residential homeowners paying around $150 to $180 for professional installation. You’ll need to consider materials and labor when calculating a final price. Not all toilets are equal. Depending on the brand you choose and the features you want, a new toilet might run you anywhere from $100 to $1,300. Add in the price of labor and installation, and your total project can jump up to $200 and $1,500.

  3. How much does a plumber cost to fix a toilet?

    Answer: According to our service providers, it costs roughly $75 to $200 on average to have your toilet repaired. However, this price will vary depending on the complexity of the job and the materials needed for the fix. Repairs can be messy and less-than-pleasant to address, but having a functioning toilet is most definitely necessary. If you’re experiencing problems with your toilet, contact a local, reputable plumbing contractor right away, as avoiding repairs can lead to bigger—and more expensive—issues over time.

  4. Is liquid plumber safe for septic systems?

    Answer: Good news! Liquid-Plumr® is safe for septic systems. Most drain cleaners disrupt the pH in your septic tank, which prevents the good bacteria from breaking down septic waste. The chemical make-up in Liquid-Plumr® works with the bacteria to break down waste quickly without harming your septic system. Still, it’s best to confirm with your local plumbing provider if Liquid-Plumr® is the right solution for your system.

  5. How much is it for a plumber to unclog a toilet?

    Answer: Even the most well-maintained toilets experience clogs. It’ll cost you an average of $200 to $700 to unclog your toilet. Severe clogs will require a more comprehensive repair method, so check with your local plumbing contractor to determine the best approach for unclogging your toilet.

  6. Is Liquid-Plumr®, or any other liquid drain cleaner, safe for septic systems?

    Answer: Yes and no. Liquid-Plumr® and other drain cleaners are most effective when used sparingly (one to three times a year). Repeated use of liquid plumber on drains could deteriorate your pipes and cause more damage. If your pipes clog frequently, put down the liquid plumber and call your local plumbing contractor immediately.

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