A Plumber’s Advice on How to Hire a Plumber

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Hiring a plumber is not something the typical homeowner does often (like cleaning the counters or folding the laundry). It can be especially difficult if you are new to the area or are building a new home. If you need to hire a plumber, check out the advice below on how to hire a plumber from a plumber.

A Plumber’s Advice on How to Hire a Plumber

First off, we would recommend asking around to your neighbors, friends, family and colleagues for a recommendation on a plumber. Having someone you know and trust give you their opinion about a plumber is a great way to get an honest look at the service, pricing, and quality of the work.

Next, you want to ensure that the plumber you are looking to hire is certified, licensed and insured. Do not be afraid to ask to see their credentials. Each state has their own set of requirements to become a professional plumber; most require training, certifications and insurance.

Finally, hiring someone in your local area is not a necessity, but certainly a good idea when hiring a plumber. Hopefully this never happens to you, but the times when you need a plumber most do not always occur between 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Monday through Friday. It is nice to have a plumber you trust close by who is available for emergency plumbing needs.

If you need a plumber, give us a call at Minyard Plumbing, Inc.! We are a local, family-owned, licensed and insured plumbing service repair company and would love to help you with all of your plumbing needs.