Person of the Week: Riverview plumber donates his services to help families in unbearable conditions

WXYZPublished: September 4, 2017
Published: September 4, 2017

Several metro Detroit families were facing unbearable living conditions because of nightmare plumbing problems. But Nick Martin wasn’t going to stand by to watch. The 37-year-old from Wyandotte owns Martin’s Excavating based out of Riverview. WXYZ came in contact with Nick after he fixed three nightmare plumbing projects…for free. DEARBORN HEIGHTS DISASTER The most recent job involved the Dedrich family of Dearborn Heights. “We have one bathroom, and they left us with a hole in the floor where the toilette was,” said Heather Dedrich when interviewed recently by 7 Action News Reporter Ameera David about a company that left a plumbing job at their home unfinished. “They came in and did some vacuum truck [work] to suck out some of the sewage, and said they used up the majority of their funds, and they never came back,” recalled Dedrich.

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