Mickey's Plumbing

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Mickey’s Plumbing has been doing business in South Florida for the past 30 years. Mickey’s plumbing has grown from a one-man business to a booming operation with over 35 plumbers and 2 “Master” plumbers specializing in new construction of industrial parks, residential high rises, Backflow testing and full service plumbing repair.   As a prospering business, Mickey’s never forgotten the reason the business has developed into the solid corporation it is today, THE CUSTOMER. Mickey’s has never stopped servicing the residential customer that has just a leaky faucet or running toilet.  We have maintained our personalization with our customers by expanding our service department, and creating virtually a warehouse on wheels to meet all of the needs of any customers they visit upon arrival. All of Mickey’s service technicians are dispatched and on call 24 hours’ 7 days a week to solve any plumbing emergency. 

Recently, Mickey’s Plumbing has been focusing on the growing need toward assisting the elderly and/or disabled people in our community.  Mickey’s will be offering both the supply and the installation of walk-in bath tubs for arthritis and diabetes therapeutic relief.  Mickey’s also offers discounts to our seniors.


Mickey's Plumbing proudly serving South Florida for over 30 years to include plumbing West Palm Beach, plumbing Ft. Lauderdale, plumbing Boca Raton, plumbing Miami, plumbing Delray Beach, plumbing Jupiter, plumbing Vero Beach, plumbing Deerfield Beach, plumbing Homestead and plumbing South Beach. We are available for emergency plumbing service 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Call us for any and all of your plumbing needs and we now proudly offer walk-in tubs as well. Call now 561-659-3770, you'll be so glad you did!

 

PalmBeachPost.com

"Use caution when hiring, builders' group urges" By Toni-Ann Miller, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Updated: 12:45 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011
Posted: 7:35 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26, 2011

 http://www.palmbeachpost.com/money/use-caution-when-hiring-builders-group-urges-1796122.html

 

 

Show me the number!

That's what homeowners should be asking anyone they want to hire to do work, according to a builders association's new campaign.  Here's the scenario: You have work to be done around the home, and you find someone willing to do it for a reasonable price. He's already doing work for someone down the street, so he's right there.  You agree to pay this person for services, but then a month later you realize it wasn't done properly, and now you have to pay to fix what the initial person was supposed to take care of.

So how can you protect yourself?

The Gold Coast Builders Association partnered with Palm Beach County's Contractors Certification Division to launch "Show Me the Number," an awareness campaign for homeowners.  The campaign encourages consumers to verify that contractors are licensed and have valid insurance before allowing them to work on the consumer's property.  Call the county to verify the license number, call the insurance provider to verify coverage and get multiple quotes, campaign organizers say. You can even call the Gold Coast Builders Association to see whether the contractor is registered.

A commercial is posted on the association's website (gcbaonline.com/advocacy). Executive Director Chris Roog hopes the public service announcement will begin circulating on local stations by the end of the month.  "The goal of the campaign is to educate the public about he importance of hiring a licensed and insured contractor," Roog said.

He said the idea came about at the association's board of directors meeting. The board discussed a national news story in which a contractor told consumers they did not need to hire licensed contractors to do work around the home, because they could do it themselves.  The association considered the repercussions of injuries and unfinished work by unlicensed workers.  "It is a major problem, the fraud that is taking place, and the problems that consumers are having in this is huge," said Ron Yuter, association president. "We get a lot of complaints."

In addition to asking to see the contractors' license number and proof of insurance, you should ask for references, Yuter said.  Kirk Angelocci owns Mickey's Plumbing in West Palm Beach and Statewide Plumbing in Boca Raton. He has been a plumber for 37 years and agrees with Yuter. "I'm a firm believer on reference," Angelocci said. Also, "Go to the Better Business Bureau, pull up their name."  Angelocci said his business has had to respond to many calls from people who went with unlicensed plumbers but had to eventually call in licensed workers to do the job properly.

It's getting more common with the current state of the economy, he said.  "People think they're getting a good deal hiring someone who's not licensed," Angelocci said. "Not only are we licensed, but we have an inspector that comes behind us."  That points up one of the main problems, he said. An unlicensed contractor cannot pull a permit, so he or she cannot set up an inspection once the job is completed.

Boca Raton resident Carol Weinstein is excited about the awareness effort. She hired a company to replace her roof in 2009, and after making three $5,000 payments, she asked the contractor if she needed any more papers. He said he'd be back with them.  "He never came back," Weinstein said. "I had no idea in a million years that I had to get an affidavit from the builder that he'd paid his subcontractors."  It turned out that the contractor was using his friend's license to do work, and he had not paid the tile company he used to repair Weinstein's roof.

The tile company sued Weinstein, who paid nearly $3,000 in a settlement.  She wishes there had been more awareness for the consumer when she was looking for roofing contractors.  "I think it's a wonderful idea," Weinstein said. "It's a good thing that they're notifying the public."


Mickey's Plumbing's experience is extensive. The following are just a few examples of the type of work. Mickey’s Plumbing is a fully licensed and insured corporation, bonded to for work up to 4,000,000. The following are just a few of our accounts we pride ourselves with servicing:

  • Remodel of the Kennedy Mansion on Palm Beach
  • New construction of 5 Winn Dixie Marketplace stores
  • Residential new construction all over the county such as PGA National and Ibis Country Club
  • Renovation of Ritz Carlton Hotel in Manalapan
  • New Construction of Shoppes at Tradition Publix Shopping Center
  • New Construction of Lakeside Village Publix and Retail stores
  • New Construction of 8 Story Condominium’s at 610 Clematis Street
  • New construction of Panther Park for Palm Beach Community College
  • New construction and remodels of hotels such as the Red Roof Inn and the Sheraton on Singer Island
  • New construction of docks and slips for the Town of Palm

As you will see, there is no job too big or too small for Mickey’s Plumbing. We are truly a one-stop shop for any of your plumbing needs.

Kirk Angelocci, President


No job is too little or too big

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Mickey's Plumbing proudly serving South Florida for over 30 years to include plumbing West Palm Beach, plumbing Ft. Lauderdale, plumbing Boca Raton, plumbing Miami, plumbing Delray Beach, plumbing Jupiter, plumbing Vero Beach, plumbing Deerfield Beach, plumbing Homestead and plumbing South Beach. We are available for emergency plumbing service 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Call us for any and all of your plumbing needs and we now proudly offer walk-in tubs as well. Call now 561-659-3770, you'll be so glad you did!

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