Before you let someone into your home to work on it, it’s important that you do your homework. You want to find the right plumber for you. Choosing a plumber is a big decision that can have significant impacts on your home’s plumbing system. Here are some questions to ask first.

Choosing A Plumber

How long has the company been in business?

It is very helpful to know how long the company has been in business. The longer they have been around, the more likely they are to be experienced and trusted in the industry. Having a well-established company working on your home can give you the peace of mind you’re looking for.

Is the company licensed bonded and insured?

This is one of the most important aspects of your plumbing search. Should anything go wrong while they’re working on your home, you won’t be held liable.

Is the rate hourly or fixed?

By clarifying the estimate and how billing is done ahead of time, unwelcomed surprises should be avoided. If it is an hourly rate, ask how long the repair should take. Find out if parts are included in this cost as well. Verify if the estimate includes both parts and labor.

Where are they located?

When choosing a residential plumbing professional, it’s important to find one that is located close to your home. This way they’re close by when you need them most.

McDonough Plumbing is fully Insured, Licensed, Bonded, and a Drug Free Workplace so you can feel confident that the servicemen you are letting into your home take pride in providing you the kind of service your neighbors have come to expect. We have been a true fixture in the plumbing industry since 1947.

Our service rates are based on your job and location, not from a book to enable us to keep your costs to a minimum. Give us a try, we want to be YOUR plumber.

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