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  • 1.Triple C Inc

    521 Tranters Creek Rd

    Washington,NC

    3.56 mi

  • 2.Triple C Inc

    1530 Nc Highway 306 S

    Aurora,NC

    22.11 mi

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12/23/2011
By: angryhomeowner2
Bill Bradley Plumbing
Do not use this plumber! Does cheap work. Fixtures he provides in new homes are cheap and break down quickly. Cheap tubs in master bedrooms. Charges ridiculously high prices for service. Doesn't tell you before what the cost will be. Only find out when you are sent a bill. Do not use this plumber! Does cheap work. Fixtures he provides in new homes are cheap and break down quickly. Cheap tubs in master bedrooms. Charges ridiculously high prices for service. *12/20/11 Update: My builder tried to talk to him regarding the outrageous fee of $250 that he charged me for 45 minutes of work to snake out a clog in my system in a year old home. He would not budge. Also lied to my builder telling him he sent two guys over to do the work. Complete lie! Only one guy was there and I recognized him from when he had to come once for rattling plumbing pipes in my bathroom (one pipe literally moved back and forth) and a very noisy tankless water heater. Stay away from this guy and his company!
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