Queen City Plumbing

at 9005 Gailes Dr, Charlotte, 28278 United States

Queen City Plumbing is a full service plumbing company that is based out of Charlotte. I've been in the trade for 14 years, I was first introduced to plumbing when I was 14 years old and looking for a summer job and now it has turned into my career that I am very passionate about. When a plumber comes to your house from Queen City Plumbing he will always be neat, clean, and professional. You don't have to worry about a guy showing up to your home that looks like he just rolled around in the dirt before he got there. We take pride in what we do especially when it comes to customer satisfaction.


Queen City Plumbing
9005 Gailes Dr
Charlotte , NC 28278
United States
Contact Phone
P: (704) 634-4466
Website

Description

Our service fee is $39, our prices on work is always straight forward and guaranteed to be fair prices. Types of work we do: *Water heater repairs *Water heater replacement *Leaking faucets *Faucet Replacement *Renovation work *New construction *Rinnai tankless water heaters *Repipes *Drain cleaning *Toilet repairs *Toilet replacement *Restoration work from fire or water damage

Opening time

  • Mondays: 07:00- 23:00
  • Tuesdays: 07:00- 23:00
  • Wednesdays: 07:00- 23:00
  • Thursdays: 07:00- 23:00
  • Fridays: 07:00- 23:00
  • Saturdays: 07:00- 23:00
  • Sundays: 07:00- 23:00

Reviews for Queen City Plumbing

Joe G.

This firm place a facebook add indicating no service fee. I called and made an appointment, prior to appointment I received a call asking if I would mind... Read more
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Company Rating

5 Facebook users were in Queen City Plumbing. It's a 748 position in Popularity Rating for companies in Local business category in Charlotte, North Carolina

722 FB users likes Queen City Plumbing, set it to 98 position in Likes Rating for Charlotte, North Carolina in Local business category

One of the biggest myths is on the direction the water in the toilet bowl swirls. Contrary to popular belief, the direction of the swirling water doesn’t depend on whether the toilet lies in the northern or southern hemisphere. Instead, the direction the water takes depends on the direction that the bowl’s rim jets are pointed. The water can be made to flush in either direction in either hemisphere.

Published on 2014-07-29 13:43:56 GMT

#FunFactFriday: It's been estimated that the average person visits the toilet six to eight times per day, spending a total of three years on the john during the average lifetime.

Published on 2014-07-18 16:23:01 GMT

#FunFactFriday: Pipes weren't always been made of metal! In the 1800s, Boston used wooden pipes out of logs! Can you even imagine?