M+M Plumbing

M+M Plumbing

5.0 (2)
1 employee
4 years in business

About this pro

One of my goals is to bring quality and pride to every job I do. I feel  that this has gone to the way side in exchange for price. To often we choose contractors by price alone. We lose site that our homes and businesses are often our largest and most expensive “asset”. That being the case we need to make sure that we are using quality contractors with quality products so that not only do our”assets” hold their value but grow in value and have the workmanship done to them that will keep them in good standings for years to come

I am a hands on person that’s needs to have “perfection” with whatever task I am doing. I believe that perfection is doing a job in a timely,quality,and to customers expectations. That being said when I have start s job I will not stop until it meets my standards which I promise you will always be higher than yours. If I don’t I will not stop until that standard is reached. I want to make old school quality a standard again!!

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Credentials

Lower Salford Township, PA 19438
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Steve Boyles

    I recently used M+M Plumbing. Was a very good experience. I had an issue with my water heater. They arrived on time and took care of the problem.

  • Steve Rivera

    I have had all my plumbing needs done by Ron Gendron who is the owner/operator for M+M Plumbing. They have done everything from putting in a new water service to my home,ran new waterlines for a bathroom,and do much more to not only my home but to most of my family and friends at this point. Don’t hesitate to call never have had an issue using Ron.



FAQs


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Master plumber license

osha10 certification


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

No standard pricing. I believe each job is unique. Therefore no way to have a standard system. Also by having a standard system some clients will be overcharged or undercharged. You may think nice I got undercharged but that could result in a customer not getting a proper job done because contractor is cutting corners to avoid costs. So I just won't put my customers or myself in those situations


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Don't use the cheapest quote.  Do a little extra work and find the right contractor for the job. Could still end up being the cheapest but do your homework!


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Availability?

References if doing a larger job