It can be very difficult to find a good plumber. The very good ones are in high demand because they are all about their work and their customers. Sadly, some people want to cheat you out of your money, but this guide will help prevent that:
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Use your network.
Ask friends and neighbors who they use for their plumbing needs. Referrals are the lifeblood of many businesses, so if your neighbor has faith in a reputable plumber, or if one name or company is recommended several times, that plumber or company has likely worked hard to earn that trust. If you are new to an area, knocking on your neighbors’ doors is a good way to introduce yourself while you find out their recommendations.
- “Plumbing companies offer a host of services including installation, repair, and maintenance services. Most companies offer all the services or may specialize in any one or two. Approach a company that deals with your problems. Call the plumber you are considering and discuss your requirements before you call him home.”
Ask your insurance company for recommendations (even if they are not paying for the repairs).
If you are unsure of which contractor to choose, ask your insurance company. You can do this even if they are not paying for the work. Most insurance companies have agreements with reputable local contractors. Not only can you take advantage of the review process your insurance company has performed on these companies, but you might even get a price break based on the relationship between the contractor and your insurance company