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10/30/2017
By: H J.
Young's Plumbing
We r suppose to have a bad winter & I wanted 2 b sure we had heat even if th power goes out so I called Young's to hookup my gas fireplaces. Bobby came pressure tested th gas lines for the gas co so the could turn it on & made sure th furnace fired up. Then he said he'd come back in 2wks after his vacation to hookup my fireplaces. So, Didn't call another repairman & I waited 4 him to get back. Left him several msgs & txt but still no reply a wk after he's back. Temps got down to 40deg other day and I had no heat for few hrs. That's not bad but if an ice storm takes power out it could b out wks. Bobby finally answered th phone. He said there's 50 ppl in front of me & there's nothing he can do. Well Bobby I wish I'd not took your word and waited 3wks for u to come back and hook up my fireplaces ..Now all the other repair people have a long waiting line too and I can't get anyone to come. I pray we don't loose power this winter. How can u promise someone your coming to fix their fireplace heaters when u get back on th 18th and then act like it's not a big deal when u know all the other repair people r booked up now???That is just wrong!!
06/28/2017
By: Jewell W.
Gibson Plumbing
Gibson came out to replace the tub faucet in my rental house.I was notified the job was complete and the cost would be $950. I was told the parts were $500 and the labor $450.The faucet cost $350.00, additional parts $150, and labor $450.00 for 2.5 hours.The brand is Boston Harbor. This is the cheapest brand sold at Home Depot for less than $60.00. I was also talked into a water pressure regulator for $650. This is a $40 part.Gibson was not honest about the cost of parts, the cost of labor and the readings at the water meter. Management would not speak to me to discuss the charges. I never received an itemized statement. I was coerced into a repair I did not request. I will never use Gibson Plumbing again or recommend them. I have filed multiple complaints about this scam.
01/10/2017
By: Tommy C.
Young's Plumbing
Called about my issue gentleman told me he'd be at my place the following morning. The guy never showed never called I waited all day a no show I would not recommend this business.
12/18/2016
By: Nick M.
Young's Plumbing
I have been calling Young's Plumbing for 10 years; 4 tasks. Hot water heater thermo coupler, remove disposal unit, clear drains twice. I will call him to replace my outside faucet plumbing. Fast, professional, upfront and clear with pricing. He is very customer minded. Glad I found him first.
07/18/2014
By: skylerjessica.gray
Bluegrass Plumbing
I hate having plumbers or electricians come out to do work. It's always questionable about what they will charge you. Last time I had a plumber come out from a big name company they charged me $300 for what took less than 30 mins. Bluegrass gave us an hourly rate. It took them about an hour and parts which in all was less than I was expecting. They were all business. In & out fast. They also cleaned up after them selves. We will be going to them again for all of our plumbing needs!
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