Absolute Precision Hits the Mark

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Absolute Precision Hits the Mark

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Ken was recommended to me by another tradesman as the best plumber he ever worked with.  That sounded like the right guy to call for some work on our new home.  Ken and his team definitely didn’t disappoint.  First of all, Ken showed up every time when he said he would.  He spent a couple hours going over the work we were considering, making recommendations, and giving some pro tips along the way.  He worked with us to stay pretty close to our budget for all we needed to get done: installation of a kitchen sink, faucet, disposal, dishwasher, shower valve, main shutoff, laundry sink, washing machine drain, and gas dryer.  As he and his team got started, I was a little concerned when our old countertop got cracked when we pulled the kitchen sink out after a test fit.  But after that minor issue, everything went great.  Ken clearly takes pride in his work, even to the point of squaring up the gas lines that very few people will every see.  I was impressed that with all the putty, PVC cement, cutting oil, pipe dope, etc. the only the sign that someone had been working was a little oil on the window shade above the dryer.  And to top it all off, Ken event lent me his tile cutter so that I could re-tile our shower.  Thanks, Ken, for being passionate about your work and reputation and for helping some new homeowners get ready for their next child!

John B. Malden MA New Kitchen Sink, Shower Valve, Laundry Sink, and Gas Dryer Install February 6, 2017

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