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    I am a plumber in the new york city area . I did a bathroom for some lady a few years back in her basement . about 2 years ago she had a clog in her upstairs bathroom .,I could not get there so she called a cleaning company in .she call me back about 2 hour later and told me he broke a pipe . Now my company really don't do clean out .(I DO SOME ON THE SIDE ) the question is what if any responsible is the cleaning co.

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    Depends. If there was a clog, there might have been a problem with the pipe already. Depends on age, location. Alot of factors. You would need to get the whole story
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      The company I currently work for has boilerplate on the back of their invoice that says the customer holds that their pipes are in good enough condition to run a cable and if a cable gets broken in their pipe it is their responsibility.
      ANYONE CAN TAKE THE HELM WHEN THE SEA IS CALM.

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      • #4
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        Yer, surely it is the responsibility of the company that fitted the pipes/cables.
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        • #5
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          Old house,rotten pipes.When cleaning drains this happens.Customer is on the hook if it is old and keeled over while snaking.A drain cleaners X-ray vision is only so good!
          What is "fitted the cables"?
          Last edited by Jay Mpls; 03-04-2009, 02:51 PM. Reason: a year old.D'oh

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          • #6
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            this is a year old post if you notice.
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