It’s a fact that we visit the dentist and doctors for their annual and semi-annual checks. Every year, we have our cars tuned up and inspected. Why don’t we have our plumbing systems at home checked regularly? Why do we wait for something to go wrong before taking action? We invested a lot in our home, it’s the foundation for our family. Why not protect this investment? My whole career as a plumber has seen me through the good, bad and ugly. In this electronic age, I still depend on recommendations from friends, family, and satisfied customers. I still think this is the best method to find a trustworthy contractor.
Recenty, I got a call from an angry woman standing in water. She had a water heating system that was not working and she couldn’t find a professional to visit her. She was contacted by a neighbor who suggested I contact her. Within thirty minutes, we had fixed her water line at a fraction of the cost compared to other estimates. I know you are busy, and that your plumbing system may not be high on your to-do list. But take a few minutes and browse the phonebook and online phone directory for Plumbers. It is likely that you will find several names. Do not believe everything that you hear.
I’ve seen “handy work”, too, from some plumbers that aren’t so good. Of course, there are also plumbers who do bad work. You can protect yourself by calling before you are in need of a plumber. You are more likely accept the first available plumber if you wait until an emergency occurs. There’s no doubt that plumbers tend to be independent and charge a high price. They are also often very busy. It is possible to avoid some of these problems by developing a working relationship before you need an emergency plumber. As I said above, call plumbers through the phone directory as if there is an emergency. It’s okay to lie a little. All is fair in war and love (or business in this instance). You will be able to identify contractors by determining who is answering the phone and who is calling you back.
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