You've probably heard or had complaints on the quality of plumbing services you received when you hired a contractor. But, putting all the blame on the plumbing company will only stress you out even more. It's part of your responsibility to do a thorough research of the plumbers you want to hire. This way, you won't suffer the same fate.
Before anything else, here's what you need to look into before hiring a plumber for your Indiana home:
Check with the plumbers whether they have a plumbing contractor’s license. Besides indicating the area where the plumbing company should only operate, the license is a proof of insurance that covers accidents and other mishaps during and after installation or maintenance. The Department of Labor and Industry has a platform where you can verify the status of your plumber’s license online.
Level of experience
One of the ideal ways to determine the experience of your plumbing contractor is by checking their work history. Engage them to confirm how long they have been offering plumbing services, and how many projects similar to yours they have completed successfully and on time. Only settle for a contractor when you're sure that they can meet your plumbing needs.
No matter how long a plumbing company has been in the industry, they will always under-deliver if they do not have the right skills. And, that comes in two folds — having the necessary certification from a reputable institution of higher learning and being up-to-date with current issues and trends in the plumbing industry. If your plumbing contractor meets the two mentioned conditions, it's enough proof that they have proficiency.
To ensure that you only contract with reputable plumbers, always check their licensure, experience, and level of expertise. Even if only one of them is off, you should still look for another one. Never settle for less. You're a paying customer after all.