Plumbing company sued by customer claiming they charged her for incomplete repairs
GRETNA – A Kenner woman is suing a Metairie-based plumbing company for not completing work for which she paid them.
Darleen Danehower filed suit on May 1 against Clearview Plumbing and Heating, Inc. and its insurer in the 24th Judicial District Court.
Danehower claims she paid Clearview Plumbing and Heating to replace 117 feet of pipe under her home's slab in the kitchen area. The plaintiff claims she received an invoice from the defendant noting the metal pipes had been replaced with new plastic pipe. Danehower asserts that when she paid another contractor to pump sand underneath her home video images from underneath the home, provided by the contractor, revealed broken pipes and that no pipes in the area had been replaced.
Damages in the amount of $12,105.37 are sought in refund and for associated costs.
Danehower is being represented by Adrienne L. Black of New Orleans-based Sullivan, Stolier, Kovata and Knight.
The case has been assigned to Division B Judge Cornelius E. Regan.
Case number 714-365.