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  • Westark Plumbing
    5.0
    Went Fantastic. We utilized their services as part of us performing our due diligence for purchase of a home on rural property. Michelle and Robyn were great to work with and answered ALL of our questions. Additionally there were some unique issues pertaining to this inspection that required extra coordination with the sellers and extra care to not disturb landscaping and minimize the "footprint". Westark's work was very important in helping us evaluate the home septic system and I would recommend them to anyone else
    LEE S.
  • Westark Plumbing
    5.0
    They were timely, less expensive, and the friendliest, most customer service plumbing company I have dealt with! I would recommend them to anyone!
    Jo J.
  • Westark Plumbing
    5.0
    As noted above, I am so very happy I found this company and these people. They were just so wonderful to me, so good at what they did. I still feel bad for the guy who put in the drain access.
    Helene L.
  • Marion Dozer Services
    5.0
    He is a very nice guy. I have called him and used him couple of other times for other things. He is just good people. When he gives a quote he is always been straight on it.
    David F.
  • Westark Plumbing
    3.0
    First let me state that my major complaint is not with the work itself but with how long it took and with the fact that, 2 months later, the company has still not come back out to do the finish work to fill in the trench now that it has settled. There is still a hill of dirt in my yard. From what I can tell, the new drain to the city line is good now. I know the clean-out works well because soon after the work was done, we had to call them out on a weekend to unclog the pipes to prevent more sewage and water backing up into our basement. (The clog was apparently in the old section of drain that had not been replaced or cleaned out. They charged us because they do not do warranty work on the weekend. That's another unsatisfactory experience.) The work itself took longer than anticipated. Because of the age of the house and where the sewer line came out from the house, the pipes were buried much lower in the ground and a larger digger had to be rented to finish the work. This was predicted by the lead workman and he estimated it would take 2 days. It took 4 days to complete the line work. The workmen were only actually working at the jobsite for half of each of those 4 days. I appreciate that they reconnected the lines so that we were not without use of our toilets and water during the nights. I was told that after a couple of rains to settle the dirt replaced in the trenches, someone would come back out and fill in with the rest of the dirt. We have been told on two more occasions that someone would be out by the end of a week. To date, no one has returned. On three of the nice, dry weekends, my husband and sons have used shovels and a wheelbarrow to at least level out the space my husband usually parks his vehicle and other areas so that our back porch does not flood during the rains. My husband and I have both had conversations with the owner and, although she has been professional to talk with and has apologized, the problem still remains. Our yard is 75% dirt today. If I were to have work done again by them, which I will not, I would definitely wait until I was completely satisfied with the finished product before paying the remaining 50% of the invoice
    Tammy R.
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