Hiring a plumber is something you must take seriously.Plumbers work with some of the most basic necessities of your home, and picking the wrong one will only leave you with pricier, more complex and riskier repairs down the road.
Here are tips to help you find a good plumber:
In most states, plumbers need to have a license. If this doesn’t apply in your case, at least check if there have been formal complaints filed against the plumber you’re considering.
Plumbers need to be insured, and in some cases, bonded too. This protects both you and the plumber in the event of an injury or accident.
When hiring a plumber, it’s always a must to ask them how long they’ve been in this line of work. A larger company will likely have seasoned plumbers, but ask anyway. If a plumber or company has been in business for many years, it’s usually a sign that they’ve been doing quality work.
After assessing a job, a professional plumber will know exactly what to do and will be able to give you an accurate estimate. Beware of an estimate that seems too low however.It’s often a sign that the plumber will take shortcuts or use low-quality parts.
Reputable plumbers always guarantee their work, including every part they used. Such a guarantee is often good for a maximum of one year. If a plumber will not guarantee his work, look elsewhere.
Plumbers should be willing to provide references upon request. Otherwise, you should strike them off your list. Talking to previous customers of the plumber is a great way of finding out the quality of work they do.
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