Plumbing

How To Prep For Your Plumbing Professional

Whether you’re installing a new plumbing system or repairing an old one, there are some basic guidelines for preparing your space for a plumbing professional’s help.

Wondering about how to prep for your plumbing professionals? You’re not alone. There are three basic (and very easy) things every homeowner can prepare to keep work streamlined and efficient.

Anticipate Questions From Your Plumbing Professional

Obviously, the pros know what they’re doing, but they may ask you where they should park, where your water heater and water valve are, and other such things. You will probably be asked general questions about the problem, how it started, what you noticed, what you’ve done to try and fix it, etc. Anticipate these few things and it can make the service streamlined and quick.

Keep Work Area Clear

Keep the areas your plumbing professional will be working (water heater, bathroom, washroom) clean and free of dust and debris. No one likes to work in a crowded place, and it helps your plumber give you efficient help if they don’t have to move or clean things themselves.

Entertain Pets and Kids Elsewhere

As cute as pets and kids are, they can be a big distraction for your plumbing professional. Simply keep pets in a separate part of the home while your professional works (this can be in another room or the garage). You never know if your professional is allergic or even uncomfortable around pets. It’s kind and helpful to keep the work area clear of distractions.

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FAQ
 
Question: Do I need a plumbing professional?
Answer: With the exception of a few easy plumbing projects, we recommend using a professional for your plumbing issues. Too many things can go wrong and become more expensive to fix with an untrained hand.
 
Question: How much does a plumbing professional cost?
Answer: The cost fluctuates depending on parts and the time the project takes. The average cost of a plumber is between $45 – $150 an hour.

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