Commercial plumbers maintain and install an array of waste systems, fixtures, piping systems, fire sprinkling systems, and hot & cold water systems.
Trying to fix a plumbing fixture on your own is dangerous, especially if you don’t have any previous experience with it. A commercial plumber is the ideal person for the job.
With all the plumbers in the market, it may be difficult to find the right one. Here are some questions to ponder when hiring a commercial plumber so you can get your money’s worth.
- What’s Their Mode of Charging?
Commercial plumbers charge either a flat rate or by the hour. Charges vary depending on the company. Also, make sure that the estimate they present to you clearly indicates if you have to pay per hour of labor or if the work includes parts and labor.
- Are They Licensed and Insured?
No matter how experienced a commercial plumber is, there’s no telling what might go wrong as they move around your property while working. A licensed and insured plumber is confident of their services and is ready to meet all costs should anything go wrong.
- Do They Have the Right Tools?
Knowing what to do is one thing, having the right equipment is another. Without the correct tools, a plumber won’t be able to do his job efficiently or properly.
- Do They Require Payment for Estimate?
Some companies do not charge when you request an estimate, and some do. Make sure to ask before requesting for an estimate so that you can avoid any surprise charges.
These are four questions to ask as you search for a reliable and trustworthy commercial plumber. Doing the proper research will help you make the best decision for your property.