Questions To Ask Your Plumber
Hiring a Germantown plumber is
not as easy as just picking up a phone book and picking one. You need to make
sure that you get a qualified plumbing contractor and not some hack. To increase
your odds of choosing a good plumber there are some questions that you should
ask. Keep reading this article to learn what those questions are.
The first question that you should ask is, "How long have you been a plumber?"
This is an important question because if a plumber has been in business for a
long time they are more likely to be good. Every plumber has to get started at
some time though so If they haven't been in business long you shouldn't
automatically rule them out. Just take it into consideration.
The next question you should ask is, "Are you insured?" If they are insured this
means that you and your home is protected in the case of an unfortunate
incident. If they are not insured then they are just not very professional and
you should pass on using them.
A third question to ask is, "Do you offer a written guarantee?" A qualified
cleaner will have no problem backing up their work with a written estimate. If
they will not offer you a guarantee you should be immediately concerned about
One last question you should ask is, "Do you have any references?" Id you are
doing a large extensive plumbing job you should ask for references. IF they can
not provide you at least a few good references it is a bad sign. Once you get
the list of references be sure to actually call them. You might be surprised how
many companies give out bogus references or give out names of people who weren't
even happy with the work. Hiring a plumber does not have to be a stressful
experience if you simply do your research and take a little time. It is not a
decision you should rush into. Good luck.
If you are looking for a Memphis area plumber, please call us today at 901-861-0277 or complete our online request form.
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