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The Lunt Marymor Company

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The Lunt Marymor Company

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Alisa E.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

1 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
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CRITIQUE

The worker they sent was very good.

They were on time, they were able to get the parts that they needed, and their employee was good.

Ann B.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

2 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Don't hesitate to give them an opportunity to look at the situation and give an estimate.

I thought that the technician they sent out was very competent and helpful. He explained what he was going to do, and I felt completely at ease with what the intentions were and what the results were. I thought they did a very fine job. He was very neat, and he cleaned up after himself.

Barbara K.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

3 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're reliable and honest.

I understood everything that they were going to do. They did plumbing for my whole building , so I'm very comfortable with calling them to do the work, because they know what's here to start with. They don't have a high turnover with their personnel, so it's often times the same person who comes back to do the work.

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The Lunt Marymor Company provides plumbing, hydronic (radiant) heating and fire sprinkler services for new custom homes, remodels, and additions in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. The company’s design/build capabilities allow it to offer a full-service business approach, from installing new equipment to repairing or upgrading existing equipment (tankless water heaters, high-efficiency toilets, condensing boilers). It also handles new construction and tenant improvements for commercial buildings.

Owner Leigh Marymor and his Partner Emeritus, Jim Lunt, have more than 60 years of combined plumbing and hydronic heating experience. In 1999, they merged their expertise to form The Lunt Marymor Company. They say the most important characteristic of their business is its clear, open style of communication with clients, which allows for thorough explanations of each job and a consultative approach to its work.

The Lunt Marymor Company is a member of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors of California (PHCC), and its technicians are trained to utilize equipment and materials made by the top manufacturers in the industry. The company’s website also features a Water Savings Calculator that tells clients how much money and how many gallons of water they can save by making simple adjustments to fixtures. 

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Alameda County
Contra Costa County

SERVICES PERFORMED

Hydronic Heating
Plumbing Service & Repair
Remodels & Additions
New Construction
Sewer & Drain Cleaning
Hydrojet Drain Cleaning
Sewer Video Inspection & Underground Line Location,
Diagnose & Repair Mystery Leaks
Water Heater Replacements
Conventional Tank
Tankless On-Demand & High Efficiency Water Heater Installations
Fire Sprinklers 

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Company Profile

The Lunt Marymor Company provides plumbing, hydronic (radiant) heating and fire sprinkler services for new custom homes, remodels, and additions in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. The company’s design/build capabilities allow it to offer a full-service business approach, from installing new equipment to repairing or upgrading existing equipment (tankless water heaters, high-efficiency toilets, condensing boilers). It also handles new construction and tenant improvements for commercial buildings.

Owner Leigh Marymor and his Partner Emeritus, Jim Lunt, have more than 60 years of combined plumbing and hydronic heating experience. In 1999, they merged their expertise to form The Lunt Marymor Company. They say the most important characteristic of their business is its clear, open style of communication with clients, which allows for thorough explanations of each job and a consultative approach to its work.

The Lunt Marymor Company is a member of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors of California (PHCC), and its technicians are trained to utilize equipment and materials made by the top manufacturers in the industry. The company’s website also features a Water Savings Calculator that tells clients how much money and how many gallons of water they can save by making simple adjustments to fixtures. 

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Company Philosophy

"We strive to always make our clients happy by providing quality service at a fair price. We supply a pleasant, stable work environment and the best training available for all our technicians, which is why our team members–as well as numerous clients–have been with us for many years."

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Comparative Summary

The Lunt Marymor Company offers full-service plumbing, hydronic heating and fire sprinkler services to clients in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties. Design/build and repair/maintenance are major parts of the firm’s business, and it’s also at the vanguard of Green plumbing practices.

The Lunt Marymor Company was founded in 1999 by Jim Lunt and Leigh Marymor, who each ran their own successful companies before becoming partners. Mr. Lunt and Mr. Marymor work at the firm every day, and they say customers benefit from their 60-plus years of knowledge and experience. All Lunt Marymor’s technicians undergo a four-year apprenticeship from the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association, which allows the company to develop a high level of craftsmanship.

According to Mr. Lunt and Mr. Marymor, The Lunt Marymor Company starts each job with a consultative approach and clear, open communication with clients. Customers get a thorough explanation of each job before work starts. The company also believes in fair pricing–it publishes its rates so potential clients can decide who’s best equipped to handle the work within their budget constraints. All materials used by the firm are invoiced at prices dictated by the Modern Wholesale List (an industry-standard publication that’s used by most plumbing contractors).

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Industry Info

Conserving water is an important part of living Green in the Bay Area. Emeryville-based The Lunt Marymor Company, which specializes in Green plumbing, has identified four technologies that effectively conserve water resources.

The first two are “smart” technologies. Smart faucets have motion sensors that activate a pump and push water that’s been sitting in the hot side of a plumbing system to the cold side. When someone turns on the hot water tap, the water in the pipe is already hot and unused cold water isn’t wasted.

Smart showerheads shut themselves off until someone steps into the shower. Combined with a feature that injects ambient air into the 1.6-gallon-per-minute, low-flow water stream, they can increase water pressure and save up to 3,000 gallons per year, per person.

High-efficiency toilets, which use half as much water as traditional designs, are another option for water conservation. Rebates are available from the East Bay Municipal Utilities District. Also, screw-on aerators attached to a faucet can cut water use by half.

The cost of most plumbing jobs can’t be reliably estimated in advance, especially if the problem is behind a wall or ceiling, so more important than the overall cost estimate is to determine a plumber’s hourly labor rate. Also, find out what the plumber’s policy is for travel time charges (most plumbers spend a good deal of the day driving between jobs). Choosing a local plumber with a higher rate can actually cost less than a more distant one with a lower labor rate.

Check if the plumber charges for materials based on the Modern Wholesale List price (an industry-standard publication used by many reputable plumbers). If the plumber uses it, you won’t be overcharged for parts.

For any job more complex than a straightforward faucet replacement, Lunt Marymor advises you select a professional, licensed plumber, not a handyman. Also, be leery of franchise plumbing firms. Their prices are often inflated and the franchise owners are often individuals working out of the back of a truck. If not done properly, even small jobs can become big and expensive, and investing in quality up front will lessen the probability of future problems.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can you design and build an entire plumbing and heating system?

A: Yes, design and build is one of our focuses. We can design any system, from a complex one for a new restaurant to a simple one for a home addition.

Q: What’s hydronic heating?

A: Traditional home heating is accomplished with forced air, but hydronic heating includes all types of hot water and steam heating. Hot water heat can be delivered to a room through a radiant floor, radiators, fan-coil heaters, fin-tube baseboard convectors, or a combination of any of these devices. There are a wide variety of possible applications using each of these methods. For instance, radiant heat can be delivered through a floor, wall or ceiling. Hydronic heating provides a high degree of temperature control within a heated area, and it’s renowned for the comfortable and even heat it creates.

Q: What’s Green plumbing?

A: For a modern plumbing solution to be considered Green, it not only has to conserve precious resources (like water and energy), but it also has to be user-friendly. Green plumbing includes low-flow toilets and showers and high-efficiency water heaters, among many other devices and techniques

Q: Is it hard to get clean with a low-flow showerhead?

A: Not anymore. Today’s low-flow showerheads are both efficient and comfortable. We test the Green products we install in our own homes and offices. We don’t install products we wouldn’t use ourselves.

Q: Do you install low-flow toilets?

A: “Yes. Low-flow toilets save a lot of money on water bills, and there are often rebates available for even more savings. They’re simple and straightforward to install. In most buildings, we can install a low-flow toilet for a flat fee that includes removal and disposal of the old toilet.”

Q: Do you install tankless water heaters? Is one right for me?

A: Yes, but they’re not one-size-fits-all solutions. A water heating system has to be designed according to the size of the home and the needs of the client. We’re very conscientious about asking the right questions about a client’s needs.

Q: Do you install fire sprinkler systems? Are there limitations to these installations? How long does it take?

A: “Yes, we install fire sprinklers. Residential fire sprinkler systems are now required with new home construction, and many times with large remodeling projects, whether a new addition or an entirely new building. Allow plenty of time to get through the design and permit process. Installation varies with the size of the project.

Q: What’s your hourly rate?

A:  “For repair and service jobs, please check our website, www.luntmarymor.com, for current pricing. Please note that we have a one-hour minimum charge for service and repair calls. Where a fixed price is appropriate, we’ll charge by the job instead of by the hour.”

Q: Do you charge for travel?

A: We cover the first 15 minutes of travel time from our shop in Emeryville. Travel time beyond that is billable.

Q: Do you give specific appointments?

A: Yes, and we try to keep them. Sometimes the scope of a job scheduled for earlier in the day will be larger than expected and force us to be late. If that happens, we’ll call and let you know when we’ll be arriving.

Q: Do you do sewer video inspections?

A: Yes. We’ll provide you with the video, a detailed report on the condition of the pipe, and any recommendations that may be required to correct deficiencies.

Q: Do you do background checks on your employees?

A: Yes. Most of them have been with us for years, and we have a very low employee turnover rate.

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Leigh Marymor: Pipes and Pictographs

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

EMERYVILLE — As renowned as Leigh Marymor has become after 30 years in the Bay Area plumbing industry, he’s garnered an even more prominent reputation in the field of archeology. “I have an avocational passion for rock art research, which means I study prehistoric cave paintings and Indian rock art such as petroglyphs and pictographs,” he explains. “I’ve been doing this type of research for almost 40 years, and I’m also an activist for the conservation of local and international endangered historical sites. Additionally, I maintain a research database for the Bancroft Library at UC Berkeley, which gives students and researchers access to the literature of rock art studies.”

While his involvement in the archeological field was inspired by pure fascination, Leigh’s plumbing career originated from more practical motives. “I was actually a starving art student at the time, attending a textile art school in Berkeley,” he remembers. “I got introduced to plumbing when my roommate offered to take me to work with him a couple days a week. I think he was just tired of me stealing his groceries!” After he graduated college, Leigh found himself at a vocational crossroads. “By the time I finished school, I was married and wanted to start a family. I realized that my art degree wasn’t going to pay the bills, so I decided to stick with plumbing.”

Leigh founded his own plumbing business in 1981, which he operated out of Oakland for nearly two decades before partnering with Jim Lunt to establish The Lunt Marymor Company in 1999. “We were friendly competitors for years, and through a series of conversations, we eventually decided to join forces.” Today, Leigh says the partnership has culminated in a company that offers the utmost in quality and service. “Both of us put a high value on customer service, craftsmanship and artistry, and over the years we’ve been able to combine these attributes into an affordable package.”

Originally from Philadelphia, Leigh lived in various locations throughout the United States before eventually settling in the East Bay Area. Several years later, he continues to enjoy life in his adopted setting, where he lives with wife, Amy. “I fell in love with the Bay Area the moment I came here to attend college, and I still love being here today. As someone who travels a fair amount, it’s always a great place to come home to.”

Juggling both a professional career and avid avocational interests—he jokes about doing plumbing in his spare time—Leigh says he’s no different from others in the Bay Area who wear a number of hats. “A lot of my generation is made up of what you’d call ‘Renaissance people.’ The skills we learned in college prepared us for our careers, but we also came to develop personal interests outside of that realm. Rather than choosing one over the other, we decided to combine it all and live full, versatile lives.”

When asked the first thing he’d do if he could retire tomorrow, Leigh’s answer comes as no surprise. “I’d probably head to a cave somewhere,” he laughs. “If I could somehow get an invitation, I’d love to visit the Chauvet Cave in Southwestern France. They’ve found 32,000-year-old cave paintings there that are as beautiful and sophisticated as anything found in later periods, so that’s something I’d love to see.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: If you could time travel, would you go to the past or the future?
A: I would go to the past so I could meet some of the people whose art I’ve been looking at for all these years.

Q: What’s your favorite local restaurant?
A: Saul’s Restaurant & Deli in Berkeley.

Q: What’s your favorite holiday?
A: My wife’s birthday.

Q: Fiction or nonfiction books?
A: Fiction. I particularly enjoy Latin American surrealistic authors like Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Jose Saramago.

Q: Who makes you laugh?
A: Robin Williams, as well as some of the old classics like Red Skelton and Jackie Gleason.

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Expert articles
  • How to Save Water in Your Home

    EMERYVILLE — It’s important for California homeowners to be proactive about saving water, particularly during times of drought. By taking a few simple measures, you can minimize the amount of water that’s wasted in your home.

    One of the most common ways people waste water in their homes is by waiting for hot water to reach a faucet or shower—in many homes this can take up to one minute, which means countless gallons are lost down the drain. One way to prevent this is to install a hot water recirculation pump. Activated by an on-demand motion sensor, the pump “recirculates” the standing water in the hot water line, rerouting it through the cold water line and returning it to the water heater to be used at a later time. At the same time, the pump pulls hot water directly from the water heater to the faucet or shower. Besides saving water, a hot water recirculation pump saves time by providing hot water to the point of use.

    While a hot water recirculation pump can reduce the amount of water that goes down the drain, there are also ways to reduce the amount that comes out of the spout. An easy and inexpensive way to do this is to replace your faucet aerators and shower heads with low-flow models, each of which can save up to one gallon per minute during use. In the past, low-flow fixtures were criticized for their weak pressure, but today’s designs offer a comparable level of comfort to that of conventional faucets and shower heads.

    Another way to reduce your home’s water usage is to repair leaky fixtures. It goes without saying that a dripping faucet wastes water, but few homeowners realize the sheer volume that actually gets lost down the drain. An average slow-dripping faucet can waste more than 25 gallons a day, which amounts to more than 9,000 gallons over the course of a year. To determine the long-term effects of a leaky fixture in your home, purchase a drip gauge from your local hardware store.

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  • Video: Water Heater Replacement

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    EMERYVILLE — Host, Sarah Rutan: If you’re planning to replace your old, traditional water heater, it’s important to know the full extent of your options. Today we’re in Emeryville with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Leigh Marymor of The Lunt Marymor Company to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Leigh Marymor: When it comes time to replace the old, leaking standard style hot water heater – this one’s thirty years old – there’re many options on the market to think about in terms of what you want to install next.

    The least expensive installation is going to be to replace like with like, and put a new standard hot water heater tank right where the old one was. But, there are a couple of cautions in making that decision. And, the one that’s most important is to realize that the replacement models are all going to be taller and wider than the one you’re replacing. And, this is due to the new federal energy efficiency rules that have come out this year that designate a higher energy factor for these water heaters. So, if you are at all space constrained, either by height or by width, you’re going to want to think about another option. And, many of those options are the new high efficiency energy models which we can take a look at now.

    Jim Lunt, co-owner of The Lunt Marymor Company: So, an option for a high efficiency water heater to fit in the space that’s currently occupied by a conventional water heater that we spoke of, is an on demand water heather. As you can see, they’re quite small, quite compact. This one is condensing, so it’s quite efficient – very high efficiency. However, there are considerations – what we call the installed cost – that can be markedly more than you might anticipate.

    One is, undoubtedly, it’s going to need a larger gas line than what you have now. These require quite large gas lines. Two, you a 120 volt outlet. They require a plug that they can plug in to – an outlet they can plug in to. Three, you’re going to have to change your flue. You cannot reuse the flue that you have with a conventional water heater. In addition with this one, you also have to have a combustion air piping system. And lastly, you have to have a drain for the condensate that this unit produces.

    In addition, with any on demand water heather, you need to be aware that there will be what’s called a cold water sandwich. And, what that is, is when you turn your hot water off at your sink, and a little bit later you turn it back on, there’s going to be, eventually, a slug of cold water. And what that is, is it’s the time it takes cold water to begin flowing through the unit, the burner coming on and heating that water until it’s finally hot and going out into the hot line.

    So, these units offer flexibility in terms of where they can be installed – spatially they take very little space – they are potentially quite efficient, but you do need to consider the installed cost. The unit cost is not that much, the installed cost may be substantial. You should certainly – in thinking about high efficiency water heaters – be considering high efficiency storage tank water heaters that have their own set of advantages.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Leigh Marymor: This system uses a very simple and inexpensive venting system. It’s literally constructed of two inch PVC tubular pipe. One to carry combusted gasses, and the other to bring in intake air for the burner that terminate either at the roof or through the side wall of the house. We mentioned the condensate – the condensate comes off that venting system, and that moisture ultimately will be directed to a drain, or possibly to a gravel sump out in the yard.

    The other thing that we like about these units are their track record and their longevity. There are manufacturers that offer this unit with a stainless steel tank, for example, and that tank will go many, many years. We’ve yet to see one fail. At the end of the day, living with this style hot water heater is going to be very much like living with the conventional tank style hot water heater, but with the marked advantages of producing copious amounts of hot water at very high efficiency, and avoiding the nuisance of the cold water slug. 

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top-rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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  • Video: Water Heater Replacement

    Complete Video Transcription:

    EMERYVILLE — Host, Sarah Rutan: If you’re planning to replace your old, traditional water heater, it’s important to know the full extent of your options. Today we’re in Emeryville with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Leigh Marymor of The Lunt Marymor Company to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Leigh Marymor: When it comes time to replace the old, leaking standard style hot water heater – this one’s thirty years old – there’re many options on the market to think about in terms of what you want to install next.

    The least expensive installation is going to be to replace like with like, and put a new standard hot water heater tank right where the old one was. But, there are a couple of cautions in making that decision. And, the one that’s most important is to realize that the replacement models are all going to be taller and wider than the one you’re replacing. And, this is due to the new federal energy efficiency rules that have come out this year that designate a higher energy factor for these water heaters. So, if you are at all space constrained, either by height or by width, you’re going to want to think about another option. And, many of those options are the new high efficiency energy models which we can take a look at now.

    Jim Lunt, co-owner of The Lunt Marymor Company: So, an option for a high efficiency water heater to fit in the space that’s currently occupied by a conventional water heater that we spoke of, is an on demand water heather. As you can see, they’re quite small, quite compact. This one is condensing, so it’s quite efficient – very high efficiency. However, there are considerations – what we call the installed cost – that can be markedly more than you might anticipate.

    One is, undoubtedly, it’s going to need a larger gas line than what you have now. These require quite large gas lines. Two, you a 120 volt outlet. They require a plug that they can plug in to – an outlet they can plug in to. Three, you’re going to have to change your flue. You cannot reuse the flue that you have with a conventional water heater. In addition with this one, you also have to have a combustion air piping system. And lastly, you have to have a drain for the condensate that this unit produces.

    In addition, with any on demand water heather, you need to be aware that there will be what’s called a cold water sandwich. And, what that is, is when you turn your hot water off at your sink, and a little bit later you turn it back on, there’s going to be, eventually, a slug of cold water. And what that is, is it’s the time it takes cold water to begin flowing through the unit, the burner coming on and heating that water until it’s finally hot and going out into the hot line.

    So, these units offer flexibility in terms of where they can be installed – spatially they take very little space – they are potentially quite efficient, but you do need to consider the installed cost. The unit cost is not that much, the installed cost may be substantial. You should certainly – in thinking about high efficiency water heaters – be considering high efficiency storage tank water heaters that have their own set of advantages.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Leigh Marymor: This system uses a very simple and inexpensive venting system. It’s literally constructed of two inch PVC tubular pipe. One to carry combusted gasses, and the other to bring in intake air for the burner that terminate either at the roof or through the side wall of the house. We mentioned the condensate – the condensate comes off that venting system, and that moisture ultimately will be directed to a drain, or possibly to a gravel sump out in the yard.

    The other thing that we like about these units are their track record and their longevity. There are manufacturers that offer this unit with a stainless steel tank, for example, and that tank will go many, many years. We’ve yet to see one fail. At the end of the day, living with this style hot water heater is going to be very much like living with the conventional tank style hot water heater, but with the marked advantages of producing copious amounts of hot water at very high efficiency, and avoiding the nuisance of the cold water slug. 

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top-rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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The Lunt Marymor Company : Average 8.9 out of 10 based on 300 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

Alisa E.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

1 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

The worker they sent was very good.

They were on time, they were able to get the parts that they needed, and their employee was good.

Ann B.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

2 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Don't hesitate to give them an opportunity to look at the situation and give an estimate.

I thought that the technician they sent out was very competent and helpful. He explained what he was going to do, and I felt completely at ease with what the intentions were and what the results were. I thought they did a very fine job. He was very neat, and he cleaned up after himself.

Barbara K.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

3 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're reliable and honest.

I understood everything that they were going to do. They did plumbing for my whole building , so I'm very comfortable with calling them to do the work, because they know what's here to start with. They don't have a high turnover with their personnel, so it's often times the same person who comes back to do the work.

Brian B.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

4 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They seem honest.

They worked with me, in terms of getting the price to the right place.

Cheryl N.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

5 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell people that this is the company you need to call.

I really like the person who came out. I can't remember his name, but he was really quite wonderful. He was very experienced for his age, he really put his brain to work, and he gave me several options of things to do. You get a really good bang for your buck, and they came very highly recommended. I knew it was going to be more money, but I thought their suggestions and the way they handled it was great. It was as near perfect as it could have been.

Donald M.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

6 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They did a good job.

They did what they had to do and things seem to be working well.

Elaine G.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

7 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They have high-quality workers, and they know what they're doing.

It's a company I can trust. We're always very happy with their work. I think they're doing a great job.

Francois G.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

8 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're efficient, and they did the job well.

I liked how fast the service was. They did a really good job.

Irene K.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

9 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They have quality service, they're responsive, and they give expert advice.

The service, the gentleman explained everything in detail, and he went out of his way to make sure that my water heater would well work for me.

Jessica P.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

10 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're great. They're trustworthy, and they do a great job.

The technician they sent to our house was really wonderful. He was prompt, he figured out what the problem was, and he gave us advice for the future.

Jim B.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

11 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They get the job done right. They're neat, clean, trustworthy, and on time.

They fixed the problem right the first time.

John M.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

12 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're reliable and prompt.

I like that they're reliable and prompt.

John C.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

13 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're honest, and they know what they're doing.

The professional work that they did

Joseph C.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

14 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They do what they say they're going to do, when they say they're going to do it, and for the price that's given.

They do what they say they're going to do.

Laura R.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

15 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They provide high-quality service.

They were timely and they did what they said they were going to do. They were fair with their pricing, and they were professional.

Lindy J.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

16 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They respond very quickly to your problem. If you have questions about what they've done or things you want done differently, they change them right away. They make sure the job is done to your satisfaction.

I like that you can talk to someone on the phone.

Marsha M.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

17 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I've always been satisfied with the work, and the people who come out are always courteous and nice.

Everything that they repaired has worked out just fine. They do satisfactory work.

Michael M.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

18 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Their workmanship is great.

They're trustworthy and professional. Their plumbers are great.

Minnie D.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

19 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They do satisfactory work, and I would recommend them to anyone who needs a plumber.

They've done great work here over the years that I have used them. I have a Victorian and a lot of things need to be special ordered. They do good work, they're dependable, and they're always on time. Every time I've used them, they've been excellent. I have recommended them to my neighbors.

Robin M.

VERIFIED The Lunt Marymor Company CUSTOMER

20 of 300

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They really care about what they do, and they care about doing it correctly. I have found them to do honest, and they tend to do more work than less.

The professionalism of their employees

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