West Chester, OH
Liberty Township, OH
Water And Fire Damage Restoration
The gentleman that came to my house was very prompt and courteous. He explained the pricing and what he would do to solve my problems. He did a very good job of explaining the repairs to me and answering my questions. The two toilets were fixed and continue to work. He explained that the faucet leak could hopefully be fixed inexpensively ($75 or so) by cleaning out sand and debris from the faucet handles. If that didn't work, the more expensive route would cost in the neighborhood of $247. I chose the least expensive option, but it started leaking again almost immediately (within 24 hours). I'm a little disappointed this option didn't work as the faucet is only 7 years old. My only course of action at this stage of the game is to replace the entire unit as it doesn't make sense to sink another $247 into it.