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5 Tips for Hiring a Great Plumber


Plumbing issues can be disastrous. They disrupt daily life and cause a large inconvenience for you and your entire family. You want to hire a plumbing company that will do high-quality work quickly and efficiently, so you can get back to normal life. Keep these five tips in mind when you are looking for a plumber to hire for your home.

Check How Long They Have Been in Business

Before deciding on a company, check to see how long they have been in business. While it may be tempting to support new plumbers, experienced plumbers will usually give you the best service. If you hire a larger plumbing company, they will have plumbers with varying lengths of service. Try to get a plumber who has extensive experience working on Concord plumbing issues.

Check if They Have a Warranty

For any construction, plumbing, or renovation work, it is important you hire someone who offers a warranty. Mistakes are inevitable, but you should not be financially responsible if the person you hire makes one. All plumbers should provide warranties on their work and the parts they use. If the plumber you are considering does not offer a warranty, you should find someone else.

Contact References

Most plumbers will give you a list of references, no matter how long they have been in business. Calling previous clients can be a great way to ensure you are hiring someone who will do great work. If a potential plumber refuses to give you any references, it can be a warning sign that they have not satisfied previous clients.

Check Their Insurance

All plumbers should have insurance. Plumbing often requires heavy or dangerous materials and tools that can cause injury. If something happens, it is important that no one holds you responsible for the incident. Make sure they have insurance before hiring them.

Check if They Have a License

Many states, including California, require plumbers to have a license to work there. Check to see if the plumber has the required license. If your state does not require licensure, investigate the plumber’s history and see if anyone has filed formal complaints against them.