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Michael Dickey
Unclogged toilet
Michael Dickey
Customer had a water line leak. We exposed the pipe at 6ft and replaced 7ft of copper and everything was all ok after tests.
Michael Dickey
Customer’s trap in his main sewer line was broken and full of mud. We exposed the pipe at 7ft and replaced the trap and put in a new 4in PVC flow Tee and small pieces of 4in PVC. We connected on with two 5inx4in ferncos. Technicians on Michael and Moe.
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Jack Fosbenner
Upon arrival the customer reported an issue with the fill valve in the toilet. After investigation found that the fill valve had failed. Recommended a flapper replacement with it as its best practice for the cost. Replaced the fill valve and flapper. All ok after test.
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Jack Fosbenner
Upon arrival the customer stated that she had a leaking tub faucet. After investigation found that the cartridges in the two handle Delta shower faucet were going bad. Replaced both the cartridges. Applied silicone to keep the trim fixed in place. All ok after test.
Jack Fosbenner
Upon arrival the customer had a 50 gallon power vent water heater that was leaking from the bottom. Replaced the water heater with a new 50 gallon natural gas Lochinvar power vent water heater. Replaced the expansion tank and installed a new shut off valve on the hot side that we cut out. All ok after test.
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Jack Fosbenner
Upon arrival the customer had an issue with the boiler for the second floor heat. Had to replace the automatic valve as the cast iron valve was clogged with corrosion. Replaced with a new brass 1/2” automatic fill valve. After opening the valves the system pressurized from 10 lbs to 15 lbs as is standard for boiler pressure. All ok after test with no leaks.
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Michael Dickey
On arrival customer said that sewer was backed up. Inspected issue and found that sewer line between house and trap at street was clogged. Snaked sewer line from trap at street towards house and unblocked sewer line. Flushed out sewer line with water several times. Jared Garman
Michael Dickey
On arrival customer toilet was not filling up at all had to take out old fill valve and install new fill valve on the first floor toilet tested all is working like it should
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Michael Dickey
Customer’s trap in his main sewer line was broken and full of mud. We exposed the pipe at 7ft and replaced the trap and put in a new 4in PVC flow Tee and small pieces of 4in PVC. We connected on with two 5inx4in ferncos. Technicians on Michael and Moe.
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