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Installed gas piping to outside for future grill.
Responded to plumbing drain issues. Used air gun on trap and trap outlet to remove obstruction.
Replaced existing CSST piping with black iron piping to existing gas fireplace insert.
Adjusted toilet tank float and replaced flapper.
Installed gas line for new fireplace stove and cap.
Troubleshoot toilets. Replaced one ballcock and two flappers.
Responded to broken toilet. Replaced ballcock. Also removed and lubricated toilet stop.
Installed 2 lav faucets and drains.
Responded to sink draining issues. Replaced disposal.
Responded to toilet leaking. Found wax ring was leaking, replaced. Repaired the shut off.
Hookup gas line to dryer. Installed new drain and supply piping for tub.
Responded to clogged sinks. Removed cleanouts, flushed. Removed stopper and cleanout to adjust stopper. Tightened slipnuts on drain nut.
Augered one toilet and replaced two flappers.
Changed 1/2 copper and galvanized piping to 3/4 copper and pex piping.
Fixed lav drains, trip lever, toilets and disposal.
Moved water piping and hooked up sump pump.
Replaced failed section of 1/2 copper piping. Installed new o-ring on kitchen faucet.
Replaced owner supplied toilet flapper.
Responded to toilet overflowing. Unclogged toilet.
Troubleshoot leaking under sink. Replaced failed disposal. Replaced shower head.
Replaced chrome s-trap on lav. Installed ball valve on well tank.
Replaced shower cartridge. Adjusted and augered toilet.
Repaired IPS leak on male adapter for domestic hot water supply.
Repaired leaking tub faucet. Replaced faucet washer.
No heat in one room. Found 1 frozen zone. Thawed zone with thawing machine and purged loop.
Replaced existing toilet with new macerating toilet. Reconnect to existing supply water, drain and vent piping.
Replaced wax ring on toilet with Pro toilet seal ring.
Responded to clogged toilet. Unclogged toilet.
Responded to toilet and leaking issues. Inspected, augered two toilets. Trobleshoot and inspected for leaking waterline.
Troubleshoot leaking faucets. Repack three faucets, replaced one seat. Adjusted trip lever. Replaced tub/shower cartridge.
Provide and install gas piping for cook stove.
Troubleshoot blocked bathroom sink. Plunged and unplugged.
Gas piping to range and repipe existing pipes up to code.
Responded to clogged kitchen sink. Unclogged sink.
Repiped drain piping under kitchen sink. Added studorvent for proper backventing.
Plumbing rough in and installation of owner supplied tub shower, lav sink and faucet, toilet, washing machine hook up and pan for under the washing machine.
Repair bathroom faucet. Troubleshot tub/shower valve. Fixed faucet escutcheon.
Unclogged shower drain and troubleshot toilet.
Replaced owner supplier faucet.
Replaced owner supplied toilet, shower head. Replaced tub spout.
Replaced toilet tank flapper to eliminate water running.
Responded to tub leaking, disassembled tub drain, put gasket under tub on train. Installed plumbers putty on upper part of drain.
Installation of new toilet in first floor bathroom.
Tightened connections under bathroom sink; repaired leak in plumbing under kitchen sink.
Cut out old gas piping; re-pipe with new gas pipe; shut off.
Responded to kitchen faucet continuously running.
Very satisfied so far - removal and installation crews did a great job. Only qualms are with the installation end-game, when things got a little rushed after a long day: 1) One of the existing tstats appeared not to work with the new equipment. Problem was ascribed to the tstat being a power-robbing type. Customer (me) was left to deal with it. After several hours of buying and trying 2 tstats, still didn't work. Problem turned out to be a simple wiring issue, which John quickly diagnosed and corrected - and got the original tstat to work! 2) The hot water faucet in the kitchen was used by the crew to purge the new system at high pressure. Afterward, customer (me again) was left with hot water coming out of that faucet at little more than a trickle; cold water flow was fine. Elsewhere in the house hot water flow was fine. Took apart the entire faucet and mixing mechanism to find what was impeding the flow - nothing found - Still just a trickle. After a few weeks, while running the hot water. the faucet 'burped' and started flowing normally again. Still don't know what the problem was, but sure was aggravating for those few weeks. Would recommend not using a high-use faucet to purge new systems.