Live Green Plumbing
310 60th St NE, Washington, DC 20019
I was very pleased with the work done by Livegreen Plumbing. The technician who came to my house was on time, wore covers on his feet and was very knowledgable regarding a possible leak in my upstairs bathroom. I noticed a dark stain on my first floor ceiling, that's what initiated the call to my home warranty agency who suggested Livegreen. To thoroughly inspect my upstairs bathroom for a possible leak, the technician cut a hole in my daughter's closet to gained access to the bathtub and shower fixtures. Once the inspection was complete, he kindly suggested a spring loaded wall cover instead of replastering the wall, in the event I need to gain access to the fixtures in the future. Hopefully, I will not have to deal with anymore plumbing issues; nevertheless, if anything comes up I'll definitely use Livegreen's services again.
Was referred to live green through my warranty company, plumber could not figure out what the problem was with my water heater. Was without hot water for almost 2 months. Plumber caused damage to laundry room floor basement carpet, carpet on basement stairs and personal vaccum from cleaning up soot.beas told that they are not in the business of replacing 2 1/2 year old carpet. Even thought not one employee from the company besides the plumber came to see the carpet. Sent photos to show that my carpet in other areas look brand new compared to the damage carpet and still waiting for assistance with this matter.
We had Live Green Plumbing respond to a home warranty plumbing request to fix a water leak. To their credit, they were able to arrive quickly and timely.
The bad: They did not replace a valve with a rusted on hose, because he could not find the part. He "fixed" the pipe below with the same valve. When we found out the valve/rusted hose was leaking (because he didn't test pressurizing the hose for us), they insist it is a "new" problem and needs a new deductible.
The worst: Right after the first repair, he suggested I replace the old valve for a new one for only $180. So he tried to upsell me on the correct fix.
I'm still working on getting my home warranty to force them to make a repair that actually lets me use a washer.