Residential PlumberChoosing a residential plumber for your plumbing work doesn’t have to be as daunting as it sounds. There are many choices, but it’s easy to find reputable companies if you follow these guidelines.

  • Ask for recommendations. If friends and neighbors have had good experiences with a residential plumber in the past, it’s a good indicator that you will, too. Ask if the job was completed in a satisfactory manner. Did they like working with the plumber who visited them? Did they show up when they said they would? Were they easy to communicate with? Previous experiences will help you decide if the residential plumber you’re considering is right for you.
  • Ask if the plumber is licensed and insured. This will protect you should anything go wrong during the repair and give you confidence that your plumber has received sufficient training. Plumbing is intricate work, and you want to employ a plumber who knows what they are doing. Licensed plumbers have to complete specific training and meet certain standards to be accredited.
  • Hire a local plumber with an address. Some plumbers move around and want to get paid for sub-par work, and then they aren’t around when you call them back to finish the job the right way. Don’t hire a plumber with a PO Box for an address or an automatic answering service. Look for someone local who you know you can contact again should anything go wrong.

At Hall’s Plumbing, we pride ourselves on 100% customer satisfaction. Our superior skillset sets us apart from our competitors, and you know you’ll be getting high-quality service. We have an on-time guarantee that our customers love because they know how much we value their time. For every minute we are late to your appointment, we pay you $5, up to $300. We look forward to being your residential plumber for any plumbing work you need done.