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By: Tim R.
Fountains Apartments
I was there for a few years and my car was broken into three times.  Despite being a clean person every spring and summer I had to battle roaches and swarms of  fire ants.  I actually put on a pair of jean one time and was stung eight times by the fire ants. The walls are so thin that you can hear a the people on the other side talking.  The place is from the early 1960s and needs to be leveled even though it looks like in good condition from the street.  The bathroom and kitchen was small.  The bottom piece of wood of the large window in the living room was rotting from the condensation going down the window when it was cold and would become covered in black mold until I used bleach on it. The water is always being turned off to fix leaks.  During a bad storm water from the patio door would leak from the top and get my curtain and carpet wet. Lastly, when I left they told me that I did 5,000 in damages which was not my fault. It's not my job to replace decaying pipes that should have been replace with plastic ones.  In short this "dwelling" is a crappy place to live in that's too expensive.  Best of luck and happy hunting.
By: Dennis W.
Groutsmith Dallas
Very positive experience. Joseph, especially, took the time to answer our questions and explain what he would & did do. John, who provided the estimate, was very knowledgeable and helped a lot in selection of sealant color. Would recommend this firm to anyone wanting to make their shower squeaky clean!
By: Uyanga G.
Precision Plumbing
I have small leakage from the sink, and I found the PRECISION PLUMBING on Craigslist. I should have read the reviews first. I agree with most people here. Just paid $110 for nothing. They gave you $900 estimate for leakage and didn't have the correct part to fix. Workers were very nice, but the manager and phone representative were very unprofessional and rude. what a waste of my time and money. Don't trust them. They only want your $110 for your first visit and will not fix anything.
By: Big L.
Woodside Apartments
*Terrible place to stay*Up stairs room had leak twiceGot locked out my place had to stay out side in my truck couldn't get no one on the phone till next dayTow truck took my truck one day And didn't report it to the police I'm glad my 12 months are overThank God
By: Summer O.
El Dorado Apartments
We were let out of our lease early due to safety concerns. Our apartment had been robbed 3 times since 2014 with documented police reports. Windows were busted out - police report. Fire extinguisher was vandalized - police report. My 13 year old son was mistaken for an unauthorized guest by the new leasing agent. He was on the lease and always had been. This is one of the most dangerous intersections in Dallas at Forest lane and Audelia. We had been through 3 managers since 2014 due to homocide, etc.. There are gun shots every night. This apartment complex is right next to The Village Oaks condos that house felons on parole for rape, theft, possession, Drug Dealers - Meth and Pot, terroristic threats, etc.... When you called Dallas PD dispatch, they advise you to buy a gun. Our balcony was always clean. Dallas inspectors/New Managers kept changing what was allowed on the patios. We were never fined because we always complied when notified in writing. The owner refuses to post video survelliance around his property. The Leasing agent is very rude and unprofessional. This property, Village Oaks, and other apartments in the are need to be condemned by the DEA. A home owner a few summers back was stabbed to death while watering his front yard by a Middle school student on wet pot laced with embalming fluid....As a result, we are now homeless and living in a shelter. Do not live here.
By: Marleegracely M.
Water Heaters Leaking
Water was dripped in my faucets. Nothing major, but just small drops. We didn’t think about it. Our bill was three times more. They fixed this problem in 20 minutes.
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By: Joyce W.
Cielo Ranch
If you enjoy getting your car towed every week or your visitors. .and your rent going up every month, your apartment flooding and it taking a weeks for it to be fixed , shootings, kitchen and bathroom faucets hanging off wall...rude leasing office people, roaches, and car theft...then cielo ranch is the place for you
By: Cari M.
Calentano's Restaurant
Family atmosphere, accommodating service, good food. Went on Tuesday night, light crowd made up mostly of families with niños.
By: Keith D.
EMJ Plumbing, Inc.
Keith D.NegativeWe contracted Eugene Johnson through a recommendation of one our landscape designers. Eugene was personable and touted commercial work in his portfolio and integrity while doing business-then gave his personal guarantee that if ANYTHING was wrong with his company's work or if we were not please in any way he would fix it-for life! He was so sincere and nice we believed him. So now here's the rub: We needed all of our old iron sewage replaced with PVC. Yes a big job. We had tunneling done instead of hammering through the foundation and Eugene said he would oversee and take care of that too. The job was done and we paid Eugene $30k+ for all the work. Our foundation company did a sewer test and the new pipes FAILED! We contacted Eugene with this info. At the same time we hired another plumber to open a test tunnel to inspect Eugene's work independently and he discovered that not all the iron pipes had been replaced; that adapters from PVC to iron pipes had been used and that the PVC pipes themselves had not been strapped to the foundation! So when the foundation moved (as it does in Texas) the pipes would not move with it. This cause the test failure. After two meetings with Eugene (one which included the tunnel company guy that tried his best to put blame on us for the failure) Eugene now will not return our calls and has disappeared. Now we have to fix everything with another master plumber as we do not want our whole sewer system for the house to completely fail. Eugeneknows of this and still will not return our calls or emails. DO NOT USE THIS GUY!
By: Stephanie M.
Castle Rock Apartments
Los apartamentos son buenos y varatos. El mio esta renovado y viene con piso de madera. El complejo es tranquilo y tiene muchos arboles con un arroyo. Pienso que tiene buen valor para lake highlands area.
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  • Do you offer a written warranty for your work?
  • Will I need a permit for this work?
It is important to have a written warranty for any work or repairs done to the plumbing in your house, especially if it is a major repair. Look for a professional  who is willing to  stand by his or her work.
Before you hire a plumber, contact their past customers if you're able to. These people can be a wealth of information if you ask them the right questions. Pose the following queries to these former patrons when you get the chance:
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  • Were there any unexpected costs that arose?
  • Would you hire this plumber again? If not, why?
A permit provides added assurance that the work is done correctly. Having this in place means an inspector will check the work your contractor or plumber does to ensure he or she did the job correctly. If you plan on putting your house or commercial building on the market, a real estate agent and prospective buyers will want to check any large work you did to make sure it was done properly.
A trustworthy plumber will have both commercial liability insurance as well as be bonded. The insurance and the bond protects the plumber from paying for any damages made to your house out of pocket. Having professionals that carry both of these policies can protect all of you from any mishaps that could occur while they work on your building.

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