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- Manatee Plumbing CoManatee Plumbing is the BEST. We replaced our kitchen cabinets and needed a quick turn around on disconnecting and re connecting. The employees were fast, professional and courteous. They exceeded our expectations in getting the job completed Could only highly recommend this company. C kelly
- Peyton PlumbingOur hot water heater went out and needed to be replaced. Scott was able to come with short notice and replace it for us. He was very professional and knowledgeable. Great service and quick response time.
- Gary's Plumbing & Fire, Inc.They provided an estimate and provided the work all within a week time. We had an emergency plumbing leak due to pipe bursting. Staff was pleasant and office staff is courteous.
- Manatee Plumbing CoLester and his crew are good people. I personally like working with people who are genuine and down to earth and that’s what you will get with Lester. People like him stay busy here because he’s trusted and respected by many. I enjoyed having him and his crew come out and replace our water line today. They were thorough, knowledgeable, and hard working. You can tell that his team really enjoys working for him. If we ever need anything in the future I know who I’m calling
- Olin Plumbing IncThis went very well and went quite fast. They were knowlegable and prepared. They adapted times and made it so easy.
- The Clean PlumbersMaurici Plumbing (The Clean Plumbers), did their usual excellent job, from scheduling, prompt appointment, arriving on time, communication, and doing the actual work very well, neat and clean, a good price. This time was the uninstall of our dishwasher for a move. Very good price -- less than usual. Also a benefit, you can belong to their "Clean Club" for a discount. And they always give you the price in advance
- L.E. Isley & Sons, Inc.We had a rusty gas pipe that was leaking. Isley responded quickly and made the necessary repairs in short order. Am very pleased with the service and would recommend them to anyone.
- Best Home ServicesBHS installed a water heater at my grandmother's house when hers broke. The salesman came out on Wednesday, and pressured my cousin to sign up for a membership with passive threats of higher costs and gaslighting using phrases like "it's a no-brainer". He ill-explained the contract, which she signed on a tablet, and did not mention the Buyer’s Right to Cancel clause, which was never signed. The membership charge is $200/year, with a “special member pricing” discount of $100 and an enrollment fee of $50. She was told she needed to sign up for the membership or she would have to pay a lot more. The technicians came on Friday and installed a Rheem MHD75245, which was discontinued in January. The two men carried the heater up a ladder that we already had in place to put it in a closet on the first floor roof over a patio. They took the closet door off, cut about ½ inch off the jamb, and glued together PVC pipes for the install. They did not used any special equipment or do any special work (i.e. using threaded barbs with soldered connections, copper piping, etc). They did not repair the jamb and did not even reinstall the door on its hinges properly. A few hours after they left, the water was still not hot so my cousin called them back and they said they would come next week to fix it. I learned about this on the following Monday (after business hours) and when my cousin told me the cost I was shocked. My cousin did not have an invoice, contract, or any other paperwork to explain the charges so I got in contact with BHS on Tuesday and requested it. Among the paperwork they sent was the purchase invoice from the supplier that showed BHS paid $1692 for the heater. They had attempted to redact it, but did a poor job. BHS charged my cousin $8450 for the heater, $2000 for the labor, and $150 for the membership. I spoke to their plumbing manager about the 400% markup and she told me it was a fair price and without the membership, she would have been charged over $9000. She also told me the $2000 charge was because they had to rent special equipment and reframe the door. The technicians did not bring any special equipment; they showed up in a regular work van and used our ladder. They mad a sloppy cut in the door jamb and did nothing to repair or “reframe” it. I accused BHS of grossly over-charging and asked for a refund of $6000 from the $10,450 they charged. The remaining amount would still be a high price for installing a residential water heater. I was told they would not return any money and did not care about the financial hardship they created for my cousin; they always charge these prices and I should be grateful they came out so quickly
- RS AndrewsThe company responded quickly to my request for service. Andrew was on time and one of the most knowledgeable technicians I've interacted with. Was professional, thoroughly explained everything he was doing, and made a suggestion that improved the safety of my heating system, even though he was there to look at the a/c. Would highly recommend
- Next PlumbingLicensed plumber did the work. Was right on time and prompt with the service. I will use this plumbing company again. Very impressed with the professionalism of the phone service and the plumber.
Last update on December 4, 2022
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- A Proud Plumber21831 47th Dr
Lake City, Florida 32024
- Barrs Plumbing, Inc476 SW Barrs Gln
Lake City, Florida 32024
- DEPENDABLE PLUMBING CO180 NW AMENITY CT
Lake City, Florida 32055
- Don Reed Construction Inc2230 Southeast Baya Dr #101
Lake City, Florida 32025
- Hometown Plumbing Services160 NE Oakforest Glen
Lake City, Florida 32055
- Ken Roche Plumbing Now IncPO Box 2826
Lake City, Florida 32056
- A Proud Plumber
- Decon Enviromental2652 NW 31st Ave
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33311
- Decon Enviromental
- Emergency Services 24 Inc.1421 SW 10th Ave Ste 108
Pompano Beach, Florida 33069
- Environmental Testing & Research Laboratories, Inc60 Elm Hill Ave. Suite 1
Leominster, Massachusetts 01453
- Emergency Services 24 Inc.
- Gaylord Pump & Irrigation Inc.904 NW Suwannee Ave
Branford, Florida 32008
- Gaylord Pump & Irrigation Inc.
- Kelly Electric10704 4th Ave. Gulf
Marathon, Florida 33050
- Kelly Electric
- LJ Remodeling LLC24 Bluebird Ln
Ormond Beach, Florida 32174
- LJ Remodeling LLC
- MHS Commercial & Residential LLC.2437 South 86th Street D
Tampa, Florida 33619
- MHS Commercial & Residential LLC.
- Neli Virtual Appliance Repair143 Charlotte Ave
Sanford, North Carolina 27330
- Neli Virtual Appliance Repair
- Tile Tactics LLC2648 NW 62nd Ave
Gainesville, Florida 32653
- Tile Tactics LLC
- Vince Lindee Home repair LlcPo Box 351
Worthington Springs, Florida 32697
- Vince Lindee Home repair Llc
- Wolfe Plumbing, Inc.11430 NW 15th Ave
Branford, Florida 32008
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Plumbers that service Lake City
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.