Arrived on time. Completed on time. Perfect Job Replacing Water Heater.
I would love nothing but to hire your plumbing company to do the work.... however, $1,800 to hook up a $600 vanity is too expensive! Especially because we need to sell the house, not live there.
Fantastic experience from beginning estimate to completion of repairs.
I was referred to Crystal blue by my best friend and he was right. It was a pleasant experience. The tech was well trained and professional. He had it working in no time and the price was reasonable. I will recommend Crystal blue to all of my friends . Thank you very much.
Excellent service rep 😉
Ali Opeyany was polite, courteous, and very eager to answer any questions I had. Thanks for the great customer service and keeping my home systems up and running efficiently.
Great experience, very professional
Replace both water heater flex line with stainless steel flex line, install brass piping to properly attach expansion tank, install a comfort pump with one bypass valve under master bath left hand sink, rebuild the main riser and install a 1 1/4 PRV ( current PRV is reduced down from 1 1/4 to 1 inch and then goes back to 1 1/4. Removed old prv and some copper piping, installed a new 1 1/4 inch prv and plumbed in the connection from main to the home. Removed the galvanized pipe for the expansion tank, installed a brass assembly and soldered on two copper mips with water flexes. Installed a comfort pump with electrical hooked up to an extension ord and the customer will have an electrician install a new outlet for the unit. Installed a bypass valve in the master bathroom upstairs, turned the water on and there were no leaks.
Performed annual Furnace tune up. Goodman split system attic. First time this season system has been turned on. 90% furnace making gurgling noise, till drain cup fills up. adjusted time on thermostat. Tested system. Changed both filters. 20-30-1 and 14-14-1. Also cleaned both return air filter grills. Black flex ducts sealed good shape in attic. Hot surface ignitor ok. Cleaned burners and flame sensor. Gas pressure ok. Blower ok, blower single capacitor email@example.com ok. Drainages ok at end, cup filled with condensation, and gurgling noise went away. Heated house up well, good temp splits at this time. Attic looks good.
Performed furnace tune up Lincoln. 13 yr old Lennox split system attic with zoning. Access in laundry room upstairs. Found platform unit sits on dirty, cleaned off debris. Once platform was clear can see water marks on platform took picture. Tested system zoning, working for now. Tested system safety features. Unit is leaking air into the attic, loosing efficiency. Black flex ducts sealed and or taped. As I was testing the system and cycled it off, noticed the blower motor is making a rubbing noise as it slows down. Blower wheel and housing are running and housing has damage to it. See pictures. System was a time bomb. Could have failed at any time. Adjusted the squirrel cage so it doesnâ€™t contact the housing anymore. Hot surface ignitor ok. Gas pressure ok. Cleaned burner and flame sensor Signed up for the annual membership This is an annual service program. Where you are pre paying for a year of service. It includes a furnace tune up, And ac tune up, As well as a plumbing inspec
Installed filter tape on filter, to stop it from making noise. Tested system noise gone at this time.
â€”75 Gallon Water Heater Replacementâ€” - Shut off water to home to home using city water meter - Cut water supply to accommodate new water heater -Remove and dispose of existing water heater - Install new â€œEZ Closeâ€ water valves for futures repairs or maintenance - Upgrade water supply connections to Stainless Steel for longevity - Test unit with building pressure and by operating
Duct test pasted had to permanently screw up fresh air intake for old Beutler smart vent system (motor broken not holding door up) had to do this to pass testing tester had no printer will need to mail copy of results to customer once we receive email from Valley duct testing. customer to call for city inspection after he receives paperwork.
Customer has a sewage ejection pump that is not working, our company was previously out on June 20th for the same issue and the selling realtor chose to not get the pump repaired. Upon further diagnosis of talking to the customer they were having tankless heater issues and i noticed the recirculation pump was turned off to the unit. Turned the recirculation pump on and the unit started working perfectly, per the customer checked a drain line under the home. There are two a/c and one heating unit under the home and the condensation runs into a ditch spanning the width of the home. The condensation from one of two tanklesses runs into said ditch as well, these lines should be ran outside and are not up to code. Possible water damage to a foundation wall and the fact that it is a mosquito breeding ground under the home. Will return with parts for a new pump and alarm, recommend whole home plumbing and hvac inspection in case there are more alarming issues that should get resolved before t
Ao Smith 50 gallon water heater is leaking from several locations. Unit can not be repaired will replace with a Bradford white 50 gallon water heater. Will use existing gas supply and straps disposal included.started new unit no leaks all good
Updated the estimate accordingly removed the charge for the supply lines because they are already included in with the comfort pump. I was breaking down prices and forgot to remove them
Customers sewage ejector pump Is not properly working, I was here about three months with the realtor to look at the pump due to an issue the home inspector had found, at the time the unit was working with no issues I had offered the at the time a full diagnose of the unit open up the lid and check everything on the pump at an additional charge but he declined. The pump is nine years old the float switch is not working the alarm is also not working. I left a few different estimates one to replace the pump, float switch and alarm. the second to replace the float switch and alarm. The homeowners just purchased the house so they have a home warranty
Homeowners just recently purchased the house, their main Reason for potentially going tankless is just to speed up the hot water delivery, the current water heater is brand new was installed right before they purchased the home. Left an estimate to install a comfort pump with bypass valve under master bath sink, rebuild the main water supply to install proper 1 1/4 pressure regulator valve due to pressure currently going from 60 PSI down to 10 psi while water is running. Also found old supply lines were used on the water heater also left an estimate for that
Recommend to replace a small section of 3/4 copper. Replace a section of 3/4 copper pipe tying into the existing T and using one coupling. This is all exposed above ground horizontal repair only about 4 inches , left second est for another leak found under the house
Main line water service to house has leak at front of house near the entrance to front door will have to demo out a section of concrete to expose water main. Type of material is suppose to be copper but unknown at this time. Rough patch on concrete only repair up to 2 feet any additional work needed once exposed will require additional payment.
Run sewer cable through pulled p trap to unclog. Returned following morning to unclog bathroom sink drain. Ran cable through pulled trap to length of 30 feet lots of sludge and hair. Installed customer supplied part previous visit. Checked for leaks and flow, everything good at this time.
Need to return Friday October 18 to unclog guest bathroom sink. Installed customer supplied bidet wands on guest and master bath toilets. Customer making payment when work is completed.