At Tom Moffett, We Believe in Excellent Service
Finding a professional, licensed plumber to repair plumbing problems in your house is sometimes an exciting experiment in personal relations. You can simply call that easily memorized phone number from that annoying radio commercial. There are still companies that pay a whole lot to advertise in the local yellow pages, maybe try there.
A more reliable ways to find an honest plumber is to ask people you network with or neighbors. One of the newest and fastest methods is the internet, search engines, online yellow pages and so on. You can search from the comfort of your own home, check for references, and even see their license information by checking the contractor’s state license board websites for complaints.
Before you agree to move ahead with the work, be sure that the scope of the work is spelled out including all charges for the complete job. Beware of hidden charges and never worry about asking for justification of the charge. Good work is not often cheap and cheap work is not often good. That being said a job or repair done the right way is priceless. When plumbing companies offer or advertise being affordable and cheaper than the competition be a little cautious.
Prices may vary based on what is being done but often the best value for you and your home is the company that does the job for a competitive price and guarantees that their work won’t fail for a year or more. Yes, there are companies that do and yes that guarantee is worth its weight in gold. You will pay for the job to be done right sooner or later why not do it right the first time?
All this being said you have the power to choose and the information available to find that Plumber that will really take care of your house. By following these few easy suggestions you are in charge of the situation and will actually be able to take advantage of good customer service and quality repair work.
As an Orange County plumber, Tom Moffett has been setting high standards for other Orange County plumbing services since 1969.