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How To Avoid Crappy Plumbing Work

Let’s face it – every trade has the good, the bad and the ugly. There are those tradesmen who work to see what they can get from a customer today and never look beyond tomorrow. The fact of the matter is that most broken pipes and pipe leaks occur because of crappy plumbing work completed years earlier. Why do some homes never experience a pipe leak, yet others in the same neighborhood do? You could go back to the original installation of the pipes, and in most cases, it’s the same plumber. You wouldn’t think that plumbing contractors who go through the many years of apprenticeship and schooling would perform poorly, but there’s a small minority that does.

Don’t Just Look At The Obvious When Choosing A PlumberAvoid crappy plumbing

What would you look for when trying to find a good plumber? Aside from the obvious, like referrals and reviews, look for a plumber or plumbing company that’s willing to invest in themselves. A company that has a clean well-branded truck, a nice business card, a well-done website, nice clean uniform and a firm handshake. Plumbing companies that invest in themselves and take pride in what they do and will never steer you wrong. That holds true for any industry.

Remember, you can’t put crappy plumbing work solely on the shoulders of the plumber YOU hired. As consumers, we’re always looking for a good deal on goods and services. Let me reassure you, finding the cheapest plumber to accomplish your task isn’t always the best way to go. So be wise when deciding who to hire for your job.

Most Licensed Plumbers Will Treat You Right

Most licensed plumbing contractors are going to treat you right and do a good job. But even the best contractors will have setbacks and make mistakes, especially those that have a team of trained plumbers. Maybe one of their technicians makes a mistake. Under those conditions the best rise to the top. The best plumbing companies will fix, mend, and make sure a customer is taken care of, even if it means leaving money on the table.

An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of sorrow.

By doing a simple search online, you know if a plumbing company is bonded, insured, and if they carry workman’s compensation insurance on their employees. Always ask for a  contractor’s license, you can check any license here.

 

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