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Reviews in Las Cruces to Remove Fuel Tank

Harrison's Well Service LLC
3.0
Bladder in well surge tank developed leak which resulted in the well pump running more than necessary.  I contacted Mr. Harrison to come out and diagnose the problem, and give me an estimate to replace the tank.  He looked over the situation and gave me an estimate to replace the tank with one of the same size - he told me that I didn't need one that big, but I decided to stay with the same size.  He arranged to come out the next week on Monday.  He called on Monday to delay the installation until Thursday of that same week.  Two of his employees arrived on Thursday and proceeded to cut the PVC plumbing between the well, the tank, and the house.  When they went to install the new tank, it turned out to be shorter and had a bigger diameter - it wouldn't fit in the allotted space. They re-installed the original tank and "repaired" the plumbing. They then proceeded to order a smaller tank and returned the next week to install it - this time Mr. Harrison came to do the plumbing.  The tank fit in the original space without problem, but the plumbing of the piping was more complicated because of the prior "repair".  The new tank and plumbing seems to be working fine - I only had to tighten one coupling fitting after they left.  I probably wouldn't call them again because of the delays involved due to not measuring things before they tore out the old tank the first time.  In his defense, Mr. Harrison did not charge for the extra trips or the extra fittings required because of the first installation, but, then again, he did not give me a discount because of the extra time and inconvenience of installing the tank twice.
- Ronald &....
Keding's Plumbing
5.0
The piping for my well tank developed a leak. I called Mr Keding to give me a quote to fix the leak.  He agreed to provide an estimate based on a picture I sent via email showing the situation.  He called back, gave me a quote (also sent it by email) and we agreed on a time for him to come out to fix the problem.  He arrived directly on time with all supplies to fix the problem.  He proceeded in a totally professional manner to rework the plumbing to fix the leak and suggested a way to make the whole thing more convenient for the future.  The piping was PVC, so there is a tendency for the glued fittings to be messy and sloppy - his were not!  I would highly recommend Mr. Keding for any other plumbing jobs you might have - I know I will call him again.
- Ronald &....
JOHNNY'S SEPTIC TANK CO
5.0
Johnny's Septic arrived on time and promptly searched for the underground septic tank in order to locate the two manhole covers on either side of the tank. Johnny's allows one half hour of search time before they charge for looking and were able to find our septic tank within 15 minutes. I asked the worker if he needed me for anything and he said no so I left the house to run errands. He was gone by the time I got back. As we requested he left both manhole covers uncovered by dirt so that we could rig some kind of removable landscaping for the next time we need this service. Johnny's sells a product that can be installed for that purpose but my husband wanted to do it himself. The representative on the initial phone call to set up the service and the rep who came to the house to do the work were both pleasant and professional. We will definately use Johnny's Septic Tank Co. again. The only reason I gave them a "B" rating on price is because I have nothing to compare them to.
- Sharon M....
1 Call Plumbing & Construction, LLC
5.0
I already had the repair parts but felt there would be problems that I was not prepared to handle. Sure enough, the old bolts had to be cut off and I did not have the proper equipment for this task. 1-Call is the only company I would call. Their work is always great. The office personnel are always friendly. The service techs are good at what they do and also very friendly. I've tried the rest; now I go with the best. We have never been disappointed with our decision to use 1-Call. When the techs leave it's as if they were never there except that the problem has been resolved.
- Terrence R....
Maddox Plumbing Inc.
5.0
All of the work was performed as expected with no hidden charges.  The plumber was running 15 minutes late, but did call me 15 minutes before he was scheduled to arrive to notify me of his delay.
- Carl T....
Maddox Plumbing Inc.
2.0
Maddox sent one plumber and he flushed the water heater (I had just done it 6 months previously) and put a bigger "faucet" on it to flush it faster next time (still no hot water on both ends of the house).  Then he said I needed new elements in the electric water heater.  Maybe so, so I let him replace the elements (still no hot water on both ends of the house).  Then he put a flexible red hose and a mini tank on top of the water heater.  I don't know what any of that was suppose to do and still don't (but still no hot water on both ends of the house).  Then he checked my holding tank (I have a well) and the pressure switch and said the diaphragm in the tank wasn't working right and this would cost some money to replace the tank and switch.  I believed him (although I knew this "fix" would not bring me hot water to both ends of the house).  It might give me better water pressure, but not more hot water and certainly not hot water on both ends of the house.  So off he goes to find a tank.  A few hours later he and a technician came back and replaced the tank and switch (still no hot water on both ends of the house).  Then he told me, if I replaced all my electronic faucets, I'd get more pressure.  I like my electronic faucets and...what does that have to do with getting hot water on both ends of my house?  I asked for the costs thus far and I started asking the company online for a bill; I was told by the guys it would be around $1800.  I should have quit while I was ahead??? Anyway, a week or so later, Maddox sent a different plumber and a technician.  (The first group was out of ideas...I said it was a puzzle and to send someone who could solve a puzzle...I guess they didn't believe me.)  This plumber told me he'd have to cut holes in the walls on the north end to see what had been done when the house was built and to test the system.  The first hole...wrong wall/no pipes.  The second and third holes gained them access to the shower pipes and to one sink in one bedroom.  They tested the system and told me the line was kinked and that they'd have to cut holes in the ceilings in five rooms to install a new line.  My ceilings are 11-15 feet tall and each room is painted/accented with several different colors and I could just envision having to repaint these rooms to match texture/paint/accents, so I declined.  Anyway, that was going to run another $2000 (plus the cost to repair all the holes/texture/paint/accent/etc.) and the bill was already at somewhere around $1800 before these two guys came.  They looked at re-routing the line outside, but my property is solid rock/concrete/patios/ponds/etc., so that wasn't going to work.  How about change out the faucets to regular ones and you'll get more pressure?  I told them that before I did that I'd contact Delta and have them send me new electronic ones since I have a lifetime warranty.  I asked about re-routing the line (although the risk of it freezing is very real where I live) over the roof.  I was told that wasn't a good idea and they left.  They did give me the number of a guy who could fix the holes in my walls.  I called that guy, set up an appointment, but the guy never showed.  Then I called Delta, the only good thing that happened during this exercise; they sent me five new electronic faucets!  I love Delta and I love my new touch electronic faucets, and yes, I have more pressure...but still no hot water on both ends of the house!  I did not hire Maddox to replace my faucets.  I hired a handyman I found through another service (not Angie's) to take out the old faucets and to install the new and to fix my walls.  That was only $475; I'd hire him again.  Then someone called me from Maddox (I think it was the owner) and asked me if the problem had been fixed.  NO.  Then he asked me if I'd been keeping track of the hours, and I should have known better, I told him, "no".  Right after I told him no, I knew I was in for a big surprise on the bill.  Then he told me they could run a line over the roof and it'd be about $1800, maybe more, maybe less.  I told him I was told by his guys that that was a dumb idea.  I told him I was looking at installing under-the-sink heaters and he told me that was a dumb idea (he really said it wasn't a good idea...these units require too much maintenance).  And that's where we left it. The bill was finally sent to me by e-mail after this conversation...$2862.25!  I paid it and went in to shock.  Since this time, whenever the holding tank fills, I turn off a faucet, flush the toilet, etc., the pipes bang in my walls.  I would have called Maddox to fix it, which they should have done under warranty, but bottom line, I don't want them tinkering with my plumbing.  I've also hired another plumber to check out my pump/holding tank in my wastewater treatment system (separate issue).  When he comes back to install new faucets on the outside of my house for my irrigation system, I'll have him adjust the pressure switch on the holding tank; that is probably all that is needed to stop the pipes from banging.  I just don't want Maddox to do it; I can't afford Maddox!  And then, I may have him suggest a solution to my hot water problem.  I also want him to tell me what Maddox did, to include the red tubing and the up-side-down tank on my water heater.  I also want to be sure my passive solar system is still hooked up to the water heater.  I think it was unhooked for the up-side-down tank??? The guys Maddox sent were friendly, nice guys and I believe they are decent plumbers.  So, in a way, I hate having to submit this review, but the truth is, I got charged a heck of a lot of money for stuff I may or may not have needed, and most importantly, my problem, no hot water on both sides of the house, is still not fixed. 
- Peggy N....
Maddox Plumbing Inc.
5.0
Called this morning to see if we could get someone to take care of the toilet tanks leaking into the bowls and refilling at randoms times throughout the day and night.  The lady who answered the phone was very polite and professional.  She had Kevin call us back.  He told us he could come around 1:00 in the afternoon, the same day we called.  However, he finished a job early and called us to see if he could come earlier (!), which was fantastic.  He came in, assessed the situation quickly and set to work, explaining everything he was going to do.  In less than 2 hours he had both toilets completely fixed, plus he looked at our evaporative cooler discharge hose to see if there was a problem (at our request).  He was  very polite, professional, and didn't leave a mess at all.  Plus, since it is Flag Day, we rigged up our flag holder to the banister, and it came loose.  As he was on his way out to the truck, Kevin picked up the drooping flags, and when we went out to get them, he used some plumber's tape to set the flag holder back up in the correct position!  We thought that was going above and beyond!
- Doris H....
Harrison's Well Service LLC
1.0
On Monday, Ricky was unable to insert the new pump into the well for some reason and left after being on the job for about 90 minutes. Rick left for the day and returned Monday about 10:30 am with Leonard Harrison to install said bladder and new submersible water pump. I was allowed to measure the water level while the old pump had been removed at 21 feet from the top of the well head, or 18 feet below the surface of the ground we were standing on. Leonard and Ricky continued attempting to remove obstructions or what ever prevented the new well from going to the bottom of the well with a steel screw fabricated much like a cork screw for more than an hour. They re-inserted the new well to the bottom and connected the wires to test the pump. It worked fine, pumping water to the surface where we were standing. But the well supply line had not been connected to the house yet. Note: the Wire to the pump was not enclosed in plastic conduit as required by Dona Ana County to meet code... After closing up the well head and installing a new pump controller, Leonard and Ricky come to the house and replaced the bladder holding tank and cut a hole in my old tank to remove water that would not exit the old tank. Leonard Harrison brought a large compressor to clean out the well, but never installed a diverter and did not clean the well as planned. . Once the holding bladder tank was installed and my sand filter re-installed, we turned on the pump for about two minutes and no water came to the house. Leonard then handed me a bill for $3,195 dollars and said your well is dead. He did not offer any new suggestions and said he could not do anymore work when he left on Tuesday Sept 13th, I had no running water and no options made by Mr. Harrison. I called him on Friday Sept. 16th and requested new well drillers. He did not get back to me until Monday, Sept. 19th by phone with three possible drillers. On Thursday, Sept. 15th, I suspected Harrison Well Service not being of good standing or reputation, I contacted a friend that suggested a well known well service and driller who said they would be out on Friday the 16th to look at my well. After doing an initial walk around, he said he would return Saturday with compressor and special tools to clean the well casing and inspect the Harrison work. Upon completion of his work and the clearing of the well, pieces of the well end cap and casing came out of the well as did rocks, pebbles, and sand thru the diverter using the air compressor. The water level was about 22.2 feet from the top of the well head and the pump had been installed at a depth of 36 feet. Overall well depth was 44 ft. Still no water, as the new pump was not working at all. Here is the detailed report from Maverick Well Drilling and Pump Service [*** Link removed ***] Leonard Harrison and DBA Harrison Well Service does not know what they are doing.
- David K....
Sun City Plumbing & Heating
5.0
Heater failed to produce hot water morning of 1-15. Mid morning I called for appointment, provided appointment window of 11/2 hours, and the name of the technician (Travis). 1/16 Travis called 5 minutes before the appointment window opened, asked for a discription of the problem, and the model number of the water heater so that he could bring the right parts. 15 minutes after the appointment window was opened the technician arrived. He secured the electrical system and then explained what he was doing (replacing both heating elements and the tank drain valve), He maintained a clean and safe work area. The parts were replaced and he insured that the water heater was working, provided maintainence advice, and made sure the area around the heater was clean and dry. This was a great customer experience:Timely contact, on time for appointment, professional appearance and demeanor. Cost was in the range of what I expected to pay for quality service. I got what I paid for.
- Charles C....
Pronto Plumbing
5.0
Originally called Pronto to relocate the water line that ran from the meter to the house. The original line ran over the top of the access hatch to our septic tank, and needed to be relocated to allow access to the septic tank. Called Pronto in the late afternoon. They scheduled appointment to arrive the following morning. The 2 men arrived at the scheduled time, and despite the weather being very hot, and the ground extremely hard and rocky, they completed the task quickly. We then asked them to look at a slow flushing toilet, wich they did. And they snaked the line from the toilet, and advised that a new toilet would be best. They suggested we purchase the toilet ourselves, and then call them if we wanted help installing it. For the original call, we were only charged for 2 hours labor, and the minimal cost of the water line parts. We purchased a toilet from Lowes, and although I thought I could install it myself, I asked Pronto to do the job. They arrived the same day I called. The plumber was very professional. and when he tried to install it, discovered that the sewer pipe was installed with a 10 inch rough-in instead of the standard 12 inch. The plumber offered to re-install the old toilet, but we asked him to leave it open while we searched for a 10 inch toilet. We were and quot;luckyand quot; to find a 10 inch in El Paso. Nobody in Las Cruces carries 10 inch rough-in toilets. They would all have to be a special order with a 2 week wait time. After purchasing the 10 inch in El Paso, we called Pronto to ask them to finish the install. Again, they arrived at the time promised, and quickly completed the install. Despite having to make 2 trips out to our house (we live in the county, outside of town), they only charged for the basic install of the toilet. We were very pleased. Since we were very happy with the performance of the new, low water use toilet, and we had not yet returned the 12 inch toilet we had originally purchased, we decided to replace the toilet in our other bathroom. This turned out to be a more challenging job because once the old toilet was removed, we discovered that the toilet flange was rusted and needed replacing. Since it was a PVC pipe in a concrete slab, the job required chipping out part of the slab to replace the pipe and flange. Again, it took 2 trips to complete the job. The plumbers were efficient, friendly, and apologetic about the time it took, and again, we were surprised at how low the bill was, as they only charged for 1 service call. All in all, we were very pleased with the service from Pronto. They arrive when they say they will, keep you informed of the progress, and are very reasonably priced. We highly recommend them.
- Larry C....

Water Heaters in Las Cruces

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Business Description: Additional DBA - Krell Industries. Family owned & operated. Nationwide service.
5.0

(13)

Recent Review: Johnny's Septic arrived on time and promptly searched for the underground septic tank in order to locate the two manhole covers on either side of the tank. Johnny's allows one half hour of search time before they charge for looking and were able to find our septic tank within 15 minutes. I asked the worker if he needed me for anything and he said no so I left the house to run errands. He was gone by the time I got back. As we requested he left both manhole covers uncovered by dirt so that we could rig some kind of removable landscaping for the next time we need this service. Johnny's sells a product that can be installed for that purpose but my husband wanted to do it himself. The representative on the initial phone call to set up the service and the rep who came to the house to do the work were both pleasant and professional. We will definately use Johnny's Septic Tank Co. again. The only reason I gave them a "B" rating on price is because I have nothing to compare them to.
1.9

(3)

Recent Review: Bladder in well surge tank developed leak which resulted in the well pump running more than necessary.  I contacted Mr. Harrison to come out and diagnose the problem, and give me an estimate to replace the tank.  He looked over the situation and gave me an estimate to replace the tank with one of the same size - he told me that I didn't need one that big, but I decided to stay with the same size.  He arranged to come out the next week on Monday.  He called on Monday to delay the installation until Thursday of that same week.  Two of his employees arrived on Thursday and proceeded to cut the PVC plumbing between the well, the tank, and the house.  When they went to install the new tank, it turned out to be shorter and had a bigger diameter - it wouldn't fit in the allotted space. They re-installed the original tank and "repaired" the plumbing. They then proceeded to order a smaller tank and returned the next week to install it - this time Mr. Harrison came to do the plumbing.  The tank fit in the original space without problem, but the plumbing of the piping was more complicated because of the prior "repair".  The new tank and plumbing seems to be working fine - I only had to tighten one coupling fitting after they left.  I probably wouldn't call them again because of the delays involved due to not measuring things before they tore out the old tank the first time.  In his defense, Mr. Harrison did not charge for the extra trips or the extra fittings required because of the first installation, but, then again, he did not give me a discount because of the extra time and inconvenience of installing the tank twice.
5.0

(2)

Recent Review: The piping for my well tank developed a leak. I called Mr Keding to give me a quote to fix the leak.  He agreed to provide an estimate based on a picture I sent via email showing the situation.  He called back, gave me a quote (also sent it by email) and we agreed on a time for him to come out to fix the problem.  He arrived directly on time with all supplies to fix the problem.  He proceeded in a totally professional manner to rework the plumbing to fix the leak and suggested a way to make the whole thing more convenient for the future.  The piping was PVC, so there is a tendency for the glued fittings to be messy and sloppy - his were not!  I would highly recommend Mr. Keding for any other plumbing jobs you might have - I know I will call him again.
4.6

(57)

Recent Review: I already had the repair parts but felt there would be problems that I was not prepared to handle. Sure enough, the old bolts had to be cut off and I did not have the proper equipment for this task. 1-Call is the only company I would call. Their work is always great. The office personnel are always friendly. The service techs are good at what they do and also very friendly. I've tried the rest; now I go with the best. We have never been disappointed with our decision to use 1-Call. When the techs leave it's as if they were never there except that the problem has been resolved.
4.8

(125)

Recent Review: All of the work was performed as expected with no hidden charges.  The plumber was running 15 minutes late, but did call me 15 minutes before he was scheduled to arrive to notify me of his delay.
4.9

(202)

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Recent Review: Heater failed to produce hot water morning of 1-15. Mid morning I called for appointment, provided appointment window of 11/2 hours, and the name of the technician (Travis). 1/16 Travis called 5 minutes before the appointment window opened, asked for a discription of the problem, and the model number of the water heater so that he could bring the right parts. 15 minutes after the appointment window was opened the technician arrived. He secured the electrical system and then explained what he was doing (replacing both heating elements and the tank drain valve), He maintained a clean and safe work area. The parts were replaced and he insured that the water heater was working, provided maintainence advice, and made sure the area around the heater was clean and dry. This was a great customer experience:Timely contact, on time for appointment, professional appearance and demeanor. Cost was in the range of what I expected to pay for quality service. I got what I paid for.
4.8

(20)

Business Description: ESC Heating, Cooling & Plumbing is dedicated to being the best HVAC and plumbing contractor in the Southern New Mexico area by providing exceptional service and installation for quality-conscious customers.
3.9

(25)

Recent Review: Originally called Pronto to relocate the water line that ran from the meter to the house. The original line ran over the top of the access hatch to our septic tank, and needed to be relocated to allow access to the septic tank. Called Pronto in the late afternoon. They scheduled appointment to arrive the following morning. The 2 men arrived at the scheduled time, and despite the weather being very hot, and the ground extremely hard and rocky, they completed the task quickly. We then asked them to look at a slow flushing toilet, wich they did. And they snaked the line from the toilet, and advised that a new toilet would be best. They suggested we purchase the toilet ourselves, and then call them if we wanted help installing it. For the original call, we were only charged for 2 hours labor, and the minimal cost of the water line parts. We purchased a toilet from Lowes, and although I thought I could install it myself, I asked Pronto to do the job. They arrived the same day I called. The plumber was very professional. and when he tried to install it, discovered that the sewer pipe was installed with a 10 inch rough-in instead of the standard 12 inch. The plumber offered to re-install the old toilet, but we asked him to leave it open while we searched for a 10 inch toilet. We were and quot;luckyand quot; to find a 10 inch in El Paso. Nobody in Las Cruces carries 10 inch rough-in toilets. They would all have to be a special order with a 2 week wait time. After purchasing the 10 inch in El Paso, we called Pronto to ask them to finish the install. Again, they arrived at the time promised, and quickly completed the install. Despite having to make 2 trips out to our house (we live in the county, outside of town), they only charged for the basic install of the toilet. We were very pleased. Since we were very happy with the performance of the new, low water use toilet, and we had not yet returned the 12 inch toilet we had originally purchased, we decided to replace the toilet in our other bathroom. This turned out to be a more challenging job because once the old toilet was removed, we discovered that the toilet flange was rusted and needed replacing. Since it was a PVC pipe in a concrete slab, the job required chipping out part of the slab to replace the pipe and flange. Again, it took 2 trips to complete the job. The plumbers were efficient, friendly, and apologetic about the time it took, and again, we were surprised at how low the bill was, as they only charged for 1 service call. All in all, we were very pleased with the service from Pronto. They arrive when they say they will, keep you informed of the progress, and are very reasonably priced. We highly recommend them.
4.8

(12)

Recent Review: Significant billing problems with our local natural gas supplier along with gas price increases caused my wife and I to look into free solar hot water to replace our 20 year old water heater. Sun Tech provided the sound answers. Federal and state tax incentives together with the current cost of natural gas will enable an easy 2 year payback. Just wait till natural gas becomes a major heavy transportation fuel source! Sun Tech designed and installed a passive 40 gallon Copper Heart system. Everything about this installation, from explaination of available systems through design to installation was exceptional. I highly recommend this company and system to anyone seeking to free themselves from high gas pains!! This system was installed professionally to better than our normally exacting standards. Our pilot-less backup water heater has not come on since installation. Do's: A 40 gallon tank is more than sufficient to replace our 50 gallon water heater since water temperatures in the solar collector can exceed 180 degrees and must be mixed with cold water for normal house hold use. Dos: We had our solar heater installed at ground level though rooftop installation is more common. Because our desert environment lacks normal rainfall for solar panel clean off, a ground system is much easier to hose off after a dust storm to maintain peak efficiency. Don't: None