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11/20/2017
By: Ruben U.
Peoples Maintenance & Construction
THE WORST EXPERIENCE EVER. I HAD TO REPORT THEM TO THE TEXAS LICENCE COMMISSION AND TURNS OUT THEY DO NOT HAVE A LICENCE. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO DO A GOOD JOB DO NOT HIRE THEM
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11/13/2017
By: Corinna W.
Reliable Plumbing
They where fast and honest. Ivan and oscar where nice and caring and quick. They showed up on time and when to work without me telling.
11/10/2017
By: Tonya T.
Reliable Plumbing
I would like to thank Ivan and Oscar who came out and fixed my plumbing without any hassles. They were very professional and gave advice on services for up keep. I really enjoy they work that they did and would recommend there services to my friends and family.
10/13/2017
By: Teddie M.
Reliable Plumbing
These guys are great. Raymond is respectful, professional and courteous on the phone. He quickly had Albert & Johnny come to our home to fix a leaky toilet. They guarantee thier work for 30 days. Will call them again if we ever need them.
09/20/2017
By: John P.
Reliable Plumbing
Excellent service, Alberto & Jesus wonderful technicians! Would use again in a heartbeat! Very very good!
09/11/2017
By: Stephen N.
Reliable Plumbing
This is one horrible company to deal with. I would not recommend them to anyone. They have rude customer service and do not return calls. I called and left several messages aftet they were selected by my insurance company to handle my claim. They avoided me and my wifes calls but when i had my insursance call them on a 3 way. They answered immediately and claimed no one ever called them. If you decide to use them i would be very careful because after asking around about them. I heard they have scammed other people as well.
09/11/2017
By: Daniel M.
Reliable Plumbing
We had a leak on a Monday morning and they came out within an hour. Ramon, Albert, and Johnny were very professional; they understood our needs and saw to it quickly and efficiently. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
08/28/2017
By: Bill X.
Reliable Plumbing
Called them to fix a leaky toilet. Johnny and Albert came on time and were very professional and did a great job. Would definitely use again.
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08/14/2017
By: M&c M.
Reliable Plumbing
There's no need to look further Victor from Reliable Plumbing like the name says very Reliable A+...
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07/26/2017
By: Donna D.
Reliable Plumbing
I have used Reliable Plumbing on two occasions for faucets outside of my home. The technician Victor was very professional and courteous. He explained the problem prior to completing the problem. I received a courtesy call from Raymond/Ramon that they were on their way and also one that they were running a bit late. They are true to their name.
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Ask the contractor for proof of their certification before signing anything, as well as their proof of insurance. You should also check your homeowners insurance policy to see if they offer coverage for contracted work. You may want to call your insurance provider and ask for more details on what your plan will and won't cover.
Yes. Plans for how the work site will be cleaned at the end of each day as well as at the conclusion of work need to be put in writing. An experienced general contractor should make every effort to keep the workspace clean and prevent dirtying or damaging any other area. Even so, talk with the contractor about the daily schedule, the logistics of transporting workers and equipment, and how cleanup will be handled.

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