- Country: USA
- State: Washington
- City: Bellevue
- Address: 14111 NE 24th St, Bellevue, WA 98007, USA
- Monday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
15712 NE 1st Pl, Bellevue, WA 98008, USA
- 3 reviews
42456 NE 19th St, Bellevue, WA 98004, USA
14040 NE 8th St suit #209, Bellevue, WA 98007, USA
- 5 reviews
10900 NE 4th St, Bellevue, WA 98004, USA
- 1 reviews
Brandon and an apprentice (sorry....forgot your name), came out to do multiple projects. They were amazing! They managed to fix a hose bib, install a new hose bib, diagnose a bad toilet, move a drain and reroute a pipe that was in the way, install a new drainage line for an old failed french drain in our driveway, and reroute a problem pipe in the wall. In addition to this, Brandon gave me several very helpful tips for proceeding with my mostly DIY bathroom remodel. I will absolutely be calling Bellevue Plumbing for all of my plumbing needs. Highly recommended!
Whoever answered the phone is rude. He said my phone made a horrible noise, and hung up on me. Wow. Guess these guys don't need any business.
Addendum to earlier review: These guys just replaced my vintage toilet. Right on time. Removed shoes on entering house. Polite, efficient, done in 45 minutes despite my prior installation being 1959 vintage with an old lead bend sewer line. Also replaced sink stopper with higher quality component so flow is much better and I can clean the trap (old stopper did not come out for cleaning). Great service; pricing not "book rate" but based on actual time on the job. With several other local plumbers I have had a number of bad experiences and ridiculous pricing so these guys are definitely my new go to plumbers! Thank you Bellevue Plumbing! see rest of review..... Prior review: Stopped by their showroom to discuss replacing an old 4-bolt toilet with a new model (2-bolt). Taylor was knowledgable and helpful. Before leaving I asked him about a water hammer problem I was having recently at my washing machine hookup--it would go nuts every time the cold water cycled. Pipes are newish with a hammer arrestor on each line at the machine, but I had had a lot of trouble with the plumbing (Fischer) so was concerned it was another failure of that work. Taylor actually listened to the scenario I described re: the origin of the problem (most places don't really listen to women so I was impressed), as well as things I had done to temporarily stop it. I had shut off my water before a trip and on turning it back on the problem started. Online research turned up no answers. Taylor explained that the hammer effect is caused by a small amount of air trapped in the line, and this could occur from the pull-back (suction) in the line when I turned off the main. He suggested opening all the faucets a bit when shutting off the main so this does not happen, then do same when turning the water back on. He was right. Problem solved. Three other plumbers had no idea what to do. NOTE WHO NOT TO USE: before I could perform this sequence the very cold weather hit. I was letting all my faucets drip very slowly overnight, then opening full before turning off in the morning. Air always came out at first with the water. The impact was same as what Stephen recommended--next time I ran the washer it worked normally, no hammer. FYI--I would never hire Fischer Plumbing to do ANYTHING. They use uncertified workers and I had several failures in their work. Big mess. Ruined hardwood flooring twice. Despite being under warranty, they tried to deny responsibility. On the up side, their insurance found in my favor. Their restoration company also tried to replace drywall on an area that was a exactly a full sheet of sheetrock by cobbling together scraps that were on the guy's truck. Nothing like arriving at a job unprepared for doing it. Made them take it off and do it right. Wall would have been very irregular otherwise.
Very helpful We ordered a replacement kitchen faucet hose.
I had a plumbing emergency at my business and I called around and found that Bellevue Plumbing was the most responsive. The fixed my emergency within the hour and didn’t charge an exorbitant amount in my hour of need. I also had them work on a small job on my house and it was done so neatly and with care. My neighbors have used them and I always hear from them how great they treat their customers.