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Why Hire a Professional Plumber
With so many video tutorials readily available online, it can be tempting to try to fix your home plumbing problems especially if you love DIY stuff. Most of the time, however, calling a professional plumber is the best option even for seemingly easy projects. Let me tell you why.
The benefits of hiring a professional plumber
When faced with a minor plumbing problem such as a clogged sink or toilet, our first instinct is to usually grab a plunger and pump away. Sometimes it works, but oftentimes it only makes the problem worse. A licensed plumber will know immediately what’s causing the problem and how to fix it for good.
A professional plumber not only comes with loads of experience and expertise in handling different cases but he is also equipped with the right tools that you may never have thought of using to fix your problem.
Another benefit of hiring a licensed plumbing contractor is that they can offer you warranties for any type of repairs within your home. Should anything go wrong during the plumbing repairs, your plumber will fix all the damages for you for free. Plus, in most states, home plumbing repairs are only allowed if they are performed by a licensed professional.
Lastly, a licensed plumber is trained not only to fix plumbing emergencies but to do maintenance work as well to avert future disasters that could cost you thousands of dollars and even property loss. Why wait for a burst pipe to flood your basement or black gunk to pipe into your bathtub when you can avoid these inconveniences by having your plumbing system regularly checked by a pro.
When to call a professional plumber
Save yourself the time, trouble and money by calling a professional for the following types of plumbing projects.
Main Line Stoppage: When toilets begin to back up into the tubs and showers, the problem is most likely the main line. Only professional plumbers are trained and equipped to clear out the main line.
Shower Valve Replacement: A licensed plumber can help you pick out the right valve for your shower and change the valve without damaging your shower wall.
Water Heaters: A lot of things can go wrong whenever you attempt to repair a water heater yourself. A simple adjustment may end up making a leak worse or causing more damage so this task is better left to the pros.
Tub Replacement: This type of project is a big job, even for the professional plumber. Even the handiest homeowners should not attempt to replace their tubs by themselves.
Major home improvements such as bathroom remodeling usually involve moving existing plumbing, which requires a permit. A professional plumber will know the process and building codes to make sure the inspections go through.
Even with small projects it can sometimes be worthwhile to call a professional. Although doing plumbing repairs on your own may be cheap and satisfying, it could result in a lot of wasted money if you do not know what you are doing.