No one likes the thought of plumbing repairs, and some mild plumbing issues can be solved with a plunger and a little elbow grease. There comes a time, however, when do-it-yourself repairs will not address the issue and you need the services of a qualified professional to get the job done. The key word there is “professional.” When looking to hire a Denver plumber, you want someone who will do the job right the first time, who will charge a reasonable rate for his or her services, and who will treat your home like it was his or her own.
Here Are 5 Tips for Choosing the Right Plumber to Hire
- Licensing. In Colorado, as in most states, you need a license to practice plumbing professionally. That means a certain amount of practical experience (five years for master plumbers), letters of verification and the like. Any plumber you hire needs to have those qualifications.
- Insurance. A good plumber will be insured and bonded in the event of a mishap: protecting not only your home but the plumber himself as well.
- Accurate appraisal. A good plumber should be able to appraise the issue and quote you a rice for repairs before beginning any operations. The unexpected comes up from time to time, but by and large, the pros will be very accurate in their initial assessment.
- Experience. The longer a plumber has been in business, the more reliable his or her services are. Lengthy experience means a reliable track record, and possibly quality references from former customers as well.
- Warranty. A reliable plumber will guarantee parts and labor on the work he or she does, offering you security and reliability on repairs.
When it comes to Denver plumbers, the experts at Bell Plumbing and Heating possess all of the qualifications you need. We’ve been in business since 1926 and are now in our third generation of reliable service. We are fully licensed and bonded, and our up-front pricing policy ensures that you know exactly what the cost will be before work begins.
Contact us today and let us take care of all your plumbing service needs!