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Frederick

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Mullin plumbing came back with a 9700.00 quote. They want to replace every pipe and valve. I have a son in law that does remodeling etc so I called him to see if he might have time to look at it. After I explained the situation to him he volunteered to go and check it out and if only minor repairs are required there will be no labor charge and me or my buddy will pick up any material charges. Hopefully this will take care of his needs. I really appreciate all the great people on this forum. I’ll give an update tomorrow afternoon. Thanks
After reading this post my jaw dropped…replace every pipe and valve seems pretty extensive … can I have your son in laws #? I’m a plumber so maybe I can see
 

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I have a daughter that does hospice work, mainly for veterans. two days ago I got a call from her. She was extremely upset because one of her wards piping froze up and he didn’t have water. She has been taking him water in jugs and wanted my advice on how to help him. I told her to see If there was any groups in Tulsa or Bixby that could help get him thawed out and fix any damage. I also called a good friend and asked him to check around. So far zero luck. My friend offered to pay a plumber but I’m hoping he won’t have to. I’m currently in Louisiana until at least early March and wouldn’t be much help anyway (I’m pushing 79). I understand he has cancer, is a Vietnam vet and disabled, he had one arm blown off in Vietnam. If anyone knows of an organization or volunteer group that can help this man, please let me know
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I have a daughter that does hospice work, mainly for veterans. two days ago I got a call from her. She was extremely upset because one of her wards piping froze up and he didn’t have water. She has been taking him water in jugs and wanted my advice on how to help him. I told her to see If there was any groups in Tulsa or Bixby that could help get him thawed out and fix any damage. I also called a good friend and asked him to check around. So far zero luck. My friend offered to pay a plumber but I’m hoping he won’t have to. I’m currently in Louisiana until at least early March and wouldn’t be much help anyway (I’m pushing 79). I understand he has cancer, is a Vietnam vet and disabled, he had one arm blown off in Vietnam. If anyone knows of an organization or volunteer group that can help this man, please let me know
Any final word on this?
 

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