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95% Recommended

18 Years In Business

Company Details

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178 Freeman Bridge Road
Marietta, SC 29661


  • Mon: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Tue: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Wed: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Thu: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Fri: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Sat: Closed
  • Sun: Closed
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Service Details

  • Residential Work
  • Commercial Work
  • Small Jobs Welcome

Areas of Expertise

  • Pipes, Faucet, Fixture Installs and Repairs
  • Water Heaters
  • Drain Clearing
  • Drain Fields
  • New construction
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Cost Information

  • Free Estimates
  • Credit Cards Accepted


142 Verified Reviews
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  • 1

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  • Quality
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  • Customer Service
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4.5 Rebekah D. Greenville, SC

This company I hired was fast to come out and fast with fixing the problem. I really appreciate their fast reply back to me and the service they provided . I would defiantly call them again.


Efficient and fair

4.5 Vince B. Gaffney, SC

Good, fast company contact. Careful, clean work. Very courteous. Worked with me to arrive at best solution.

1.0 Patricia W. Spartanburg, SC

I hired these guys and agreed on a $3000 price for existing plumbing repair, moving a water heater 3 ft, adding a washer hook up, relocating kitchen sink lines, adding a half bath and getting a clogged sewer line working. Other companies quoted me $ 1000 to $1200 for just the plumbing repair and adding. Therefore, since they were doing everything for $3000.00 I agreed to use them. I supplied 85 % of the materials he used. Everything was in rough in and the walls were open and exposed. However, he started to drill holes in the floor and the drainage lines were just pipes sticking out of the floor when in fact they were supposed to be in the wall. Now I can't use my $ 450.00 modern vanity! He also did not vent my kitchen sink line nor the half bath! He also had my tub fixture 34" off the floor when my tub high is 18"? I pointed this out and he tried to argue with me and I showed him the tub that was sitting in the next room and he lowered the lines! As for my tub I have to do all the plumbing to figure out to connect them properly. He had to redo the drainage pipe from the washer hook up as it was going into the side of my bathtub and it was so high up that I could not install my tub. He had to redo it and put it into the wall as I had a suggestion by another person who looked at this companies handiwork. Instead of venting this line through the roof, he studor vented it and told me to make an access door on the washer hook up side! I questioned the venting and so far I had only one 11/2 " vent line to the roof. He claims that is all I need! This was not what I expected as I have done many houses in the past and venting is most important for the flow of the water as well as the gas smell! I put a floor down and he glued in the flange for the toilet. Then I asked him the next time he came out about my sewage line and he said he is snaking it??? He did and got nowhere. He did not unclogged it and as a result he felt bad for me and lowered the price to $ 2200 which I had to pay him right a way. I was a foul and paid them! Now I have to do all this extra plumbing inside the house and venting and worst of all, he just stuck a 3" pipe in my Galvanized steel main sewage line and siliconed it instead of cutting it out and re-pipe the line. Another company came with a hydrojet and the lines is clogged that it needs replacing at another $ 7000! The toilet flange he installed is 10" from the finished wall!!! I have to repipe this to make a toilet fit in the spot! Major extra expenses! The company that came to do the hydrojet looked at the plumbing job and informed me that it is not at code for the venting scenario. Thanks for nothing! Just another plumbing company that rip's people off! Here is what the code says: "Above roof plumbing vent diameter: in areas exposed to snow or freezing or temperatures below 0 degF., that can block a plumbing vent, the vent pipe should be at least 2" in diameter beginning at least one foot inside the building in an insulated space before the vent passes through the roof." "This diameter increase helps assure adequate air flow into the drain system in the event that the sink basin (in this example) happens to be draining at the same moment that the toilet is flushed. (908.2.3.)"

4.0 Steve H. Greer, SC

They contacted me very quickly and did the job promptly.

5.0 Dawnette M. Simpsonville, SC

Arrived on time estimated project before started under estimate remove all debris from job very courteous

1.0 Cathi M. Greenville, SC

Never been spoken to by someone hired to do something for me, ever. Yelled at me when asked, just asked about the 3.75% charge for credit cards. He must of been having a bad day but he started screaming at me. After charging $180 to repair water heater but didn't work so I needed it replaced. Very unprofessional

Response from Company:

We do have you on a recorded line that you started cussing first and being upset. We will completely professional unless someone wants to take it another level. Act like a Karen and we will give it back , thanks and have a wonderful day.

5.0 Cherie B. Easley, SC

Review by C. Benton in Easley, SC The installers were extremely courteous and caring regarding my property. They removed all debris and left nothing for me to pick up. They arrived on time and were very professional. Yes, I would hire again and recommend them to anyone.

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