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Factors that raised the rating for Northern Colorado Plumbing & Drain Inc include:
- Length of time business has been operating.
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- Response to 1 complaint(s) filed against business.
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business.
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1560 Broadway Ste 1550, Denver CO 80202
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220 E Mulberry St Unit 6
Fort Collins, CO 80524 (970) 443-3936 (970) 221-0872 Directions
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Complaint: I was not given a bid on the repairs/replacement. I was asked to sign a statement that was incomplete/incorrect delivered by the manager. I called this company about a leaking toilet which caused ice to form through the ceiling of the garage below. Two young men came who did not seem to know what to do. They called the owner/manager who came, along with another fellow who later did some deconstruction to remove an elevated floor - $185. The toilet was removed and the floor taken out. I was not given a separate charge for the plumbing and the deconstruction. Just this one entry $298.00. Two different young men came to "replace the closet flange and closet bend. $183.00. There should be a separate charge for labor and supplies. Am I paying for two guys when one could do the job? The next note on the statement "opened the wall and shut house supply off in order to land supply line down and install new shut off valve." $137.00. ( The wall had been opened by the fellow that did the deconstruction, earlier.) I had decided to install floor tile in the bath room so this job was interrupted until later in February. So far I have received no idea of the cost of the work. I was feeling like this plumbing operation was not run well. In February, after the tile floor was complete, a young man and an older fellow came to install a new low flush toilet. This young fellow was in training and older fellow just watched and commented on his work. After they left, there was water on the floor around the toilet. I wiped it up but it continued so I called the office. They returned and corrected the problem. The older fellow said, "you will just have to jiggle the handle a little" Again, there were no details as to the the costs of supplies and separate labor charges. $398.00. ("One tech flat rate $120.00." was at the bottom of the statement) The next day, I was called to say the owner/manager wqs coming to check the work and present the bill. He decided to shorten the tube on the water supply. He presented me with a bill and an page of hand written notes that were hard to read. I was ask to sign this sheet which read: I HEREBY AUTHORIZE YOU TO PROCEEED WITH THE ABOVE WORK AT THE TOTAL FEE OF $1260. I was shocked at the price and poor bookkeeping. The start date was entered as 1/23/13. It was January 14th. This was an intimidating situation. As I am a small single woman and he is a big burly guy. Why did he choose to bring the bill and not mail it. Later, I found there to be water all over my downstairs bath floor. He had to go down there to shut of the water to replace the tube for the water supply. Evidently, he turned on the water in the sink to check that the water was turned off. Well, there was cloth in the sink. When he return and turned the water back on the sink had over flowed and there was a lot of water which he did not clean up. When I called the office to inquire about the mess. He did not apologize. He just said three was a rag in the sink and it caused the mess. I have sent a letter to the business. There has been so response so I leave it to the BBB. I do not think this is a good example of quality service. He seems to use untrained employees so he sends two when one should be enough if they were trained and licensed.
Desired Settlement: I have had plumbers replace several regular toilets with the low flush varieties, since I have rental properties. The only difference between this replacement and the others was the deconstruction of the raised floor (took about 45 minute) and the replacement of a 'broken flange and the closet bend portion". Since there were no supplies listed on the statement, one could guess they were not too expensive. I would suggest that the $320.00 was mostly labor. The changing the the water supply was not really necessary since none of the other jobs required it. I feel am due $450.00
Business Response: Business Response /* (1000, 8, 2013/05/13) */ from: ****** ****** <*****@gmail.com> to: Better Business Bureau <*****@wynco.bbb.org> date: Mon, May 13, 2013 at 10:31 AM subject: Re: BBB Complaint Case#XXXXXXXX(Ref#REDACT34firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.comREDACT) ****** ****** 10:31 AM (52 minutes ago) to me Marcy, I spoke with *** ****** around the middle of April concerning these issues. After speaking with ***, I agreed to refund her $500 for any problems or misunderstandings there might have been. She agreed to this and stated that she was satisfied with the settlement. She has been a long time customer and we did not want her to feel she couldn't trust us or our service. ******
BBB's Final Determination: Business offered a resolution. Consumer did not pursue further with BBB and the matter was assumed to be resolved