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Bolton Service

169 Elk Mountain Road, Asheville, NC 28804
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  • Water Heaters
  • Residential Plumbing
  • Sewer and Drain
  • Pump Systems

Business Description

Bolton Service is a fourth-generation family-owned business in Asheville committed to serving clients with reliability and trust. Its team of skilled plumbers has been providing plumbing solutions for small businesses and residential clients for more than 25 years. They can deal with most plumbing issues on the spot, including water heater repair, sanitary sewer line inspection, sump pump services, plumbing fixture upgrade, and complete bathroom renovation. Bolton Service has worked on projects for Duke University, North Carolina State University, and Butner's Federal Correctional Institute.

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4.8 / 5 (132)

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T.P. Howard's Plumbing

90 Number 9 Road, Fairview, NC 28730
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  • Water Main Systems
  • Sewer and Drain

Business Description

T.P. Howard's Plumbing is a plumbing solutions provider serving Asheville. Its tenured plumbers respond to residential piping service requests for condos, townhomes, and custom-designed homes. It also helps with commercial plumbing needs for multi-story medical and dental facilities. It also provides glycol piping and stainless welding for brewery and distilling systems. The company has over 30 years of plumbing experience. Its staff is courteous and responsive to scheduled or emergency plumbing requests.

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4.4 / 5 (23)
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4.4 / 5 (12)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do plumbers work outside?

If the job requires outside access to plumbing fixtures, plumbers may work outside, as long as the work done is on the homeowner's property. For example, a clog in the sewer lines that connect to the city's sewer system may require the plumber to access the line through a riser pipe on the property away from the structure of the home. Some other jobs that involve outdoor plumbing work include:

  • Water line repair and replacement
  • Sewer line repair and replacement
  • Septic tank service, repair, or installation

Do plumbers work on Sundays?

Plumbers do not typically work on Sundays, but some consider weekend hours to be part of their normal schedule. It's important to remember, if plumbing service is needed on a Sunday (or a Saturday in some cases), the bill may be higher because it's classified as emergency services. Unless the job is urgent, it may be best to wait until Monday.

Do you pay plumbers upfront?

In order to factor in any unexpected costs or savings that weren't reflected in the initial estimate, most plumbers don't charge until the work is complete. A reputable plumber will provide an estimate in writing that serves as a good-faith summary of the costs involved with a job, but most won't actually require payment until the final calculations are complete.

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