When disaster strikes your water system at home, you need a plumber and want one as soon as you can get one. At the same time, you have several questions running through your mind. Experts like those at Brinks Services will say it’s important to have all of those questions answered before you book the appointment.
When you are making those phone calls, follow this list of questions, and don’t book the plumber until you have them all answered to your satisfaction.
Are You Licensed and Insured?
In most states, plumbers are supposed to be licensed. Check with your state to see if your state requires a license. If it does, ask this question first. You are also in your right to ask to see the license before you book the plumber.
Other related questions include insurance. If there is a problem at home where your plumber has an accident, then you will be held liable and your insurance would cover the costs and damages. However, if they have a problem or cause a problem in your home, then their insurance will cover it.
You want to be sure they have insurance.
Request Experience and Testimonials
You may want to know if the plumber has a good reputation. You might already know that if they were referred to you. You may not have any idea yet. Ask your potential plumber how much experience they have. If they have been in business for several years, ask them for direction on their testimonials and reviews.
You can also look at their social media pages to see if they have any glowing reviews from past customers. If there are a number of bad reviews, it’s something to weigh before you make a decision.
Do You Offer Guarantees?
You want to know that the work is going to be professional. One way you can get that is through guarantees and warranties for parts. Ask potential plumbers what the level of guarantees are for their work, if any.
They may not have any. The quality of their answer will speak for itself.
Who is Doing the Work?
The plumber will be in your home or business which is an important asset to you. You want to know who is going to be there doing the work.
Many plumbers will be under a family name or named company. This could give you the impression that is the person who will be doing the work. It might not be that person though. Ask to make sure who will be in your home or business.
What is the Cost?
Cost is always a factor when you are getting something done. Find out the cost details. Is the plumber going to be charging by the job, by the hour, by the parts? By all of the above? Get an estimate about your estimate before you book the plumber.
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