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Charlotte Plumbing & Repair

Charlotte Plumbers is about providing the best plumbing jobs, service, list, supplies, plumbing, equipment, plumbers & tools to solve your repair need

www.charlotteplumbingsvc.com
Ridgeway Mechanical

Residential & Commercial Plumbing services in Atlanta, Georgia. Services include water line repair, sewer line repair, leak detection.

http://www.ridgewaymechanical.com
Anta Plumbing

Plumbing and drain cleaning service. We provide additional services such as pipe lining, catch basin cleaning, and service commercial and residential.

www.antaforyou.com
Benjamin Franklin Plumbing San Francisco

Benjamin Franklin Plumbing San Francisco Bay Area is a full-service plumbing company that can handle all of your plumbing needs.

www.bfplumbingbayarea.com
Benjamin Franklin Plumbing Morganton

Benjamin Franklin Plumbing Morganton is a full-service plumbing company that fulfill all your plumbing needs.

www.benfranklinplumbingmorganton.com
Leaside Plumbing and Heating

Leaside Plumbing & Heating is an emergency plumber contractor providing service to all Toronto, with trained and experienced certified plumbers.

www.leasideplumbing.ca
A. Marco Plumbing Ltd.

A. Marco Plumbing Ltd. is a licensed Whitby plumber specialized in emergency plumbing services, including repairs, inspections, and maintenance.

www.amarcoplumbing.com
Ace Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning

Complete Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning service and repair in the Sacramento, Yolo, Placer and El Dorado Counties.

www.aceplumbing.com
ExpressRooter Plumbing

The Official Plumbing Contractor for HGTV's Holmes on Homes. We offer 24/7, same day plumbing and drain service across the Greater Toronto Area.

www.expressrooterinc.ca
Mr Rooter Plumbing

Mr.Rooter offers the highest quality residential and commercial plumbing services to fix your plumbing or drains problems.

www.mrrooter.ca
Plumbing Gurus

Emergency plumbing services for the Metro Detroit, Michigan area. Master plumbers on call 24/7 in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne County for quick service.

www.plumbinggurus.com
Spartan Plumbing, Heating and Air

A woman owned and managed HVAC company that provides Washington, D.C.with plumbing, heating and air conditioning contractor services.

www.spartanman.com
Wilmette Lucke Plumbing

Wilmette Lucke Plumbing provides dependable plumbing services throughout Chicago's Northshore.

www.luckeplumbing.com

Hiring a Plumber


Good, reliable skilled laborers, including plumbers, are hard to come by, and even harder to retain. However, every small business needs these pros, and trying to search for a plumber in the middle of the night after your pipes have exploded is not the ideal way to find the best person for the job. Believe it or not, the “middle of the night” scenario isn’t the worst case. Consider what would happen if your toilets backed up while your restaurant was full of diners? You’d have to close the place down immediately, losing lots of food, money, and unfortunately, some customers, too. Or think about what would happen if your office pipes burst – your electricity might short out, permanently damaging computers, vital records, and more. Even a small leak can wreak havoc by causing the development of dangerous levels of mold – leading to employee sicknesses and absences, worker’s comp, and mold remediation costs – not to mention the accumulated increase in your water bills.  The top three things you should know about hiring a plumber are:   

1. Find a certified plumber who has experience relevant to the work you’ll need completed.
2. Check references and ensure plumber has all necessary licensing and other requirements fulfilled.
3. Get at least two written estimates for the work, and make sure the estimates provide a full description of the services to be provided and the materials to be used.

Go to a professional matching service

A plumber is one of those people you don’t think you’ll need – until you need him… but by then, it’s too late to be choosy. Before an emergency hits, compile a list of local plumbers through a plumber’s trade association or other reputable organization. Find someone who is available for routine maintenance work and emergencies (24-7).

Check them out

Unfortunately, contracted professional laborers, including plumbers, do not have the best reputations for being reliable or honest. It’s essential that you check out your possible plumber before committing to anything. Ask for references from the plumber’s past and current clients, and then call them for the 411 on this contractor’s work ethic, reliability, and trustworthiness.

Require proof of insurance, license, and building permits

Many states require that plumbers be licensed to ensure that health/safety and building codes are followed. All plumbers must hold both liability and worker’s compensation insurance. Ask for proof of all of these, and call the insurance company, and (if required where you live) the building inspection and licensing department in your city, to verify all information is current and accurate.

Keep your costs down

There are many ways small business owners can keep down the cost of their plumbing expenses, including making smart investments, by replacing old, faulty fixtures with new water-saving plumbing fixtures; cutting down the plumber’s on-the-clock time by cleaning his work area before he arrives on the job, and helping him clean up afterwards; and buying your own plumbing fixtures from a nearby discount store to avoid paying the plumber’s mark-up on the same items.
Federal Trade Commission offers an excellent fact sheet about hiring contractors (though this page is designed for home improvement, it works just as well for your small biz projects). Find a Plumber offers you many tips and helpful hints for all your plumbing needs. If you need a professional plumber on the job, just enter your ZIP code to search your own neighborhood.
  • Comply with regulations: Make sure the laborer follows local building codes and regulations, or you’ll be stuck paying fines and repairing the mistakes.
  • Ask for a written estimate: Get an estimate in writing, and make sure the plumber provides a breakdown of the costs to your satisfaction.
  • Check out your local Home Depot, Lowe’s, or other building supply store. Their employees work with trade professionals regularly, and can provide you with insider information, from who is on the top of his game to which contractor shows up smelling like a brewery.
  • Never, ever pay before the work is complete – too many consumers and businesses have paid their plumbers or other laborers in advance, only to never see the contractors again!
  • Don’t go for the low bid: Sometimes the lowest price isn’t the best value, if that low price means cutting too many corners or shoddy workmanship.