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  • 1.Allstar USA

    2018 Howard Ave

    Waterloo,IA

    1.84 mi

  • 2.Allstar One Auto Ctr

    2018 Howard Ave

    Waterloo,IA

    1.84 mi

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05/03/2017
By: Janet S.
Pioneer Plumbing LLC
New shower, bad workmanship, left pipes leaking causing flood, didn't get building permit as promised, when I complained about the flood and permit owner threatened to walk off the job, drain ran uphill, vent not glued, over half the pan didn't touch the floor, and didn't clean up the flooded garage, told me to let it soak in to make it easier to sweep out later??!! New wall wasn't secured to ceiling so it wobbled. I could go on. They got fired, work was corrected by another company.
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04/09/2016
By: Cindy M.
Curran Plumbing Inc
Needed a leak fixed fast and Curran arrived soon after contacted. Fixed leak replaced fittings. Very pleased with work and promptness.
03/07/2016
By: Wade W.
Ray Waschkat Plumbing Co
Rod worked at our house. Very courteous, clean, and hard working person. Very impressive job and reasonably priced!
10/22/2013
By: Jack R.
Curran Plumbing Inc
Curran was tasked to unseize one galvanized pipe in a house and put on 3 brand new fittings. Took them 1.5 hours??? Could care less about my letter with my 3 compaints. They didn't notice I had supplied the wrong fitting which caused problems when installing the water meter, and a leak developed near their working area. They did however, unseize the pipe without futher damange to the main water line. Also, he charges professional rates but his office location is a personal residence so he doesn't have the overhead and really shouldn't charge so much.
02/28/2012
By: oscarinnnn
Curran Plumbing Inc
If you want professional plumbers do not go with this company. There are many ways to have plumbing done but definitely their job performance in my house was the worst I have seen. Plumbing is not just about putting pipes wherever you want, you also have to think about what comes next after installing the pipes. Location and style does matter. These plumbers lack the vision of thinking about the big picture when doing their work.
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