When it comes to work around your home, there are many jobs that your average homeowner can tackle — painting, lawn maintenance, weatherstripping windows, and even staining hardwood floors are all perfectly safe to do. But one job you never want to do yourself (or leave up to a friendly neighbor)? Plumbing.
Having the Proper Tools for the Job
Our customers often think that it’s easy to install toilets or sinks with a screwdriver or a hammer, but special tools are necessary to complete these plumbing installations. We keep our service vans filled with extra parts and small tools so that our plumbers can complete most repairs or installations in one service call.
Following Local Plumbing Codes
We have licensed and insured technicians who understand the most recent local plumbing codes. By following the current plumbing regulations, you can avoid problems down the road when you want to sell your home or remodel the bathroom.
Financial Protection if an Accident Occurs
While our technicians work carefully in a home, there’s always the possibility that a plumber can be injured on the job. We maintain the correct amount of liability and accident insurance for each of our plumbing technicians, and we also background screen and license our employees. This ensures that if an accident does occur, you’re not responsible.
Better Quality Service
A team of knowledgeable plumbing technicians will understand how to install a bathtub, sink or toilet, and he will also notice if anything else requires work, including the connecting pipes or the water heater.
Hiring Professionals Is More Cost-Effective
Though it may be a bit more expensive upfront, using a professional plumber is almost always more cost-effective in the end because the job will be done once and correctly. A neighbor or friend may give you a good deal at first, but if problems come about or the job is done incorrectly, you’ll pay twice as much in the end.
Give Mr. Rooter Southeast WI a call today!