Plumbing Rescue Tampa Florida Review

I called Plumbing Rescue after having a bad experience with another company and seeing their ad in the valuecoupon envelope. I am a new home-owner and thought going with a “bigger”” company would be the best way to go. Thought they “”would definitely know what they’re doing””. The problem we were having – our master bedroom shower was stopped up and black stuff was coming out of our guest bathtubs faucet. Ray shows up – extremely nice guy. Tries to eliminate the problem and couldnt figure it out -called his manager – Tim Sexton. The 2 of them and one other guy worked on it

did the camera inspection

and told me the pipes needed to be cleaned out with an aqua flush and this would eliminate everything and get the job done. I should’ve realized that wouldnt fix water coming into the tub with the black stuff BUT i trusted them and didnt know any better. I am a female and i do believe they took advantage of that fact and how nice i was being to them. I knew when Tim said “”you’ll never see black stuff again out of that tub”” i should have recorded it. They charged me $3

095 for this procedure. Because i live in an older house – i thought it was the right thing to do – get all the “”grease/oil”” flushed out. While they were here – they suggested i get yadda yadda pipe looked at – yadda yadda $20

000 bullsh*t. They also gave me a 6yr warranty on this project. Sure enough

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