Water issue in new home

Water issue in new home

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Had a water issue three days after moving into my new home. Call these guys based in the reviews and they were great! They sent someone out within an hour of my call. They were very friendly and professional. I have a small baby and they did there best to be mindful of any noise. They looked into all possibilities for the cause of the issue and although we could not definitively determine the source to due to layout of my home we were able to narrow it down and come up with a plan to narrow the possibilities further. We have had no further issue since their visit. I will definitely use them again if needed in the future.

• Jolene F. Salem, MA Emergency service September 24, 2015

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