After 200 years of modern indoor plumbing, humanity can’t seem to do without it. That means residential plumbers will always have a job! If you want to know how to hire one, this video Roger Wakefield put together will help you out.

First things first! Be very clear up front what exactly the plumbing problem is you have at your house. The plumber can’t help you if they don’t know what’s wrong! Don’t be shocked if you’re quoted a service fee.

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It will all be worth it in the end. You will find that your first impression of a plumber will tell you most of what you need to know.

Look for someone who is courteous and treats your property with respect. Keep in mind that your plumber is an expert. He will want to look at all your plumbing, not just the bit that’s giving you trouble. Plumbing is all interconnected, so you might be surprised to find what’s causing your trouble is in another room entirely.

Be thorough in giving all the details you can about your plumbing and its history. To sum it all up, the residential plumber is there to help you. Return their courtesy and help them help you.

Keep in mind that your plumber is an expert


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