After deciding to not change some piping myself due to time and effort, I contacted a few contractors for bids. I chose Aaron's Plumbing based on bid and promptness of appointment. Having little available feedback from research, I based on nothing else. The piping itself was replaced accordingly. A couple of days after the plumber had left, I noticed a very large leak coming from inside of my finished drywall which was sprung as a result of the work that Aaron's conducted. The Plumber said that he would come out and fix for nothing. Problem was that while the leak wasn't that big of a deal, I had to replace a rather large piece of finished drywall from the ceiling. \r
After bringing this up to Aaron, the plumber came back out and offered to glue the leaky pipe together for $175. (In spite of previous offer.) It was about a foot away from the area that they had just replaced. They would not repair the drywall. The problem was caused from heavy use of sawzall. This heavy pounding vibration on pipes sprung a large leak next to what he had just replaced. I know this was the fact because I was at home as the Plumber was working on the issue. Also I am fairly handy so I know the cause of the problems. Plumber said it was not their problem and it was due to pipes not being glued right. I say that there was never a problem before and now there is after 20 years? \r
Plumber was rude and not agreeable the second time around. Owner was not responsive to message left to call to discuss\r
I ended up fixing the leak and drywall myself but will never recommend this plumber. \r
Ps. I spent over $5k for plumbers to come out last year on a sewage pipe in the front yard that burst. Different contractor did a great job.
Cons: Bad follow up to ensure quality is good