Plumbing Repairs Robertsville, Ohio

VIP Plumbing Inc. prides itself on being the most reliable and knowledgeable plumber in Robertsville, OH. No job is too large or too small.

For all those little jobs from fixing faucets, stopping drips, replacing old piping, replacing valves, repairing toilets, repairing water heaters, fixing underground water leaks, fixing gas lines, call VIP Plumbing Inc..


VIP Plumbing, Inc. will perform the following work as well as pulling a permit with the City of Cleveland and passing a rough plumbing inspection. The fixtures will be set by others or at additional cost and the final inspection will be the responsibility of others. The permit will include the final inspection but who ever sets the fixtures will need to have the inspection done. 1. Install owner provided water heater with expansion tank, unions, ball valve, flue piping and gas piping. Tee for flue pipe coming out the chimney to by provided by HVAC contractor. 2. Change 11/2 PVC tee to a wye below the kitchen sink. 3. Continue the 2 from the shower drain into the basement and tie into the 3 stack with a 2 connection. Currently it reduces to 11/2 coming down. 4. Set as meter spread for the water main with a 3/4 pressure reducing valve, dual check and new ball valve. 5. Install BOCA and nail plates to protect the plumbing piping. 6. Put a test on the gas piping to make sure it holds. Repairs could be additional. Line appears to be in good condition. This price does not include a pressure test for PVC and if that becomes necessary there will be an additional charge. Since all of the original piping is intact I don't think they will require it, but they might. Putting one on would be the safest thing to do.

Box 238 ROBERTSVILLE, OH
2010-04-29


VIP Plumbing, Inc. will perform the following work as well as pulling a permit with the City of Cleveland and passing a rough plumbing inspection. The fixtures will be set by others or at additional cost and the final inspection will be the responsibility of others. The permit will include the final inspection but who ever sets the fixtures will need to have the inspection done. 1. Install owner provided water heater with expansion tank, unions, ball valve, flue piping and gas piping. Tee for flue pipe coming out the chimney to by provided by HVAC contractor. 2. Change 11/2 PVC tee to a wye below the kitchen sink. 3. Continue the 2 from the shower drain into the basement and tie into the 3 stack with a 2 connection. Currently it reduces to 11/2 coming down. 4. Set as meter spread for the water main with a 3/4 pressure reducing valve, dual check and new ball valve. 5. Install BOCA and nail plates to protect the plumbing piping. 6. Put a test on the gas piping to make sure it holds. Repairs could be additional. Line appears to be in good condition. This price does not include a pressure test for PVC and if that becomes necessary there will be an additional charge. Since all of the original piping is intact I don't think they will require it, but they might. Putting one on would be the safest thing to do.

Box 238 ROBERTSVILLE, OH
2010-04-29