Article provided by: Anthony Wimpey Plumbing
How To Get A Good Plumber In Winder
It is hard to get a good plumber in Winder because the good ones are usually busy working with their customers. Sadly, other plumbers who are not as good are always looking to cheat you out of your money and do a poor job for you. We have outlined a few steps you can follow to find a good plumber for your plumbing needs.
Ask for and check their plumbing license
While fixing your plumbing problems, it is possible for a plumber to cause some damages to yours and your neighbor's property. The best way to avoid this is to be sure that they have a valid plumbing license covered by insurance, this way you can be sure that any disaster they cause would be indemnified.
Ask to see what they have done
With tools like Facebook and Twitter now available to us, it is easy to look at the reviews of your potential plumber on the internet. We advise that you ask them for jobs they have done in the past and also take a look at their Twitter and Facebook feeds to see what people are saying about their services.
Enquire about how long they have been in business
We believe the number of years a plumber in Winder has been in business would show you how experienced and credible they are. A company who has not been in existence for long could disappear on you, so it is theoretically better to go with the more experienced group.
Ask About their guarantee
The best companies put their money where their mouth is, and so they should be able to offer you money back guarantee if their service is poor. Ask them what guarantees they offer and make sure they attach it to their quotes or bid.
Don’t fall for the plumber who gives small price over the phone
Usually out of desperation, most plumbers would value the cost of fixing your plumbing problem and give you an amount that you would love to consider over the phone. But do not fall for that, because they might get to your place and realize the damage is more than they thought of your description. A good plumber in Winder would come and look at the damage first before quoting a price for you.
Ask for referrals
Chances are you are not the first person in your neighborhood who would require the service of a plumber, ask your neighbors, friends and family members of plumbers who may have worked for them or whom they know can do an excellent job for you.
Ask a technician who has worked for you before
Technicians like electricians, painters, etc. who are good would usually know one or two plumbers who are also good. If you have used the service of any technician before, ask them to refer a good plumber for you, and they could be of help to you.
Follow your guts
After getting a referral or if you had made contact with a plumber yourself, if your gut tells you that they are not honest, get rid of them because our instinct is usually right.