Orta Plumbing in College Station, TX with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Kathleen P.
United Plumbing and Contracting
Knowledgeable master plumber and his crew know their stuff and are courteous. They understand the importance of customers and as a result get repeat business.
By: Jacob C.
Porter Plumbing Inc
I called Bill because my kitchen sink was leaking where the water faucet would turn off and on. Bill came out and gave me the option of either him fixing the leak or replacing the entire faucet. I chose just to have him fix the leak. He was quick to answer the call and had everything fixed by that afternoon. This was 4 months ago and the faucet has worked perfectly ever since.
By: Jared R.
Ed Phillips Plumbing
Called them on a Monday to fix our toilet and they were able to come the same day. They even fixed a toilet seat and shower head while on the 1 hour service call for no extra charge. Highly recommended!
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By: Denise B.
All Xtended Plumbing
Have used this plumber for big and small jobs. Price is average to area. Always responsive and dependable. Would not hesitate to recommend the owner James Smith or his crew.
By: Rog K.
Ed Phillips Plumbing
I was charged $531.00 for a bath tub valve and "I supplied the valve". My wife and I felt like we had been robbed. They did not finish the job because the had no caulking with them and did not comeback until two days later. I cannot recommend Ed Phillips plumbing and will never call them again.
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By: janet6567
Ed Phillips Plumbing
I was very displeased with the plumber whom they sent to replace the diverter in our shower. After spending an hour, he said he couldn't get the old diverter out. Not only was he not able to replace it, he reset the on/off control so that it only goes from off to cold. Then we were presented with a bill for over $100.00. The diverter has been replaced before so I don't know why this guy couldn't do the work. We called to have them reset the on/off so we can at least get hot water. So I'm out $100.00, will have to hire someone else to do the job and my shower is worse now than before they came. My advice. . .call someone else!Apparently bad reviews are not counted as YP shows only one review and 5 stars.
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