One important number which you as a home owner may want to keep handy in your phone book would be that of a plumber. A choked toilet or a sink where water refuses to drain away can cause quite a problem in your daily life. If you do not have a plumber number readily in your phone book, I would suggest you get one soon.
To find a plumber, one can flip the YellowPages or Google for the word plumber. Either way, you are likely to be able to find several plumbers whom are advertising their services on this two platform. A few factors you may want to consider prior to hiring a plumber could be:
1. Is the plumber licensed?
In most countries, a plumber has to be licensed in order to carry out repair work. The license is a representation that the plumber has participated in the necessary Seattle Plumber training required to be a plumber.
2. Method of Charging
The 2 main method of charging are by per hour or by per job. There is no fix rule on which method a plumber must use. Some consumer prefers if they are charged by per job basis. This is because it gives them the result they desire, which is to get the things fixed.
3. Additional Charges
Additional charges could include that of transportation, materials and mid-night charges. It is advisable to ensure that such additional charges are clarified over the phone.
Most plumber offers warranty for their work. Warranty duration can last between 1 month – 3 month. However, if you are looking to get a longer warranty period, you should negotiate with your on the possibility of paying a slightly higher fee for a longer warranty period.