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Finding a reliable plumber can be a challenge, and looking through phonebooks and contacting each and every one of them can be very time consuming. Thankfully, no matter what plumbing work you need carrying out, you can hear direct from local approved plumbers by simply completing our online application form.

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21 Feb 2020

There are a number of occasions that call for plumbers. Whether you're adding a new bathroom or re-routing your washing machine's line, you'll need the services of one of these expert professionals. Licensed plumbers are required for many jobs, and the ones in our network of trusted professionals have already been screened for licensing, experience and dependability.

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Professional plumbers can take care of everything from fixing small leaks to installing a new water heater. Doing this work yourself may not always save you money as it can be easy to damage your walls or floor while completing plumbing projects. As a result, you could end up paying more money in the long run for DIY work. Not only that, but a professional plumber has state-of-the-art equipment that can help locate the cause of leaks so that they can be quickly repaired.

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Average plumber costs fluctuate based on the complexity of the job, the type of materials being used and the condition of your existing pipes. If your home is built on a concrete slab rather than a crawl space, plumbing jobs may cost more whenever this concrete has to be busted up in order to access the pipes. If you call a plumber after business hours, to include holidays and weekends, expect to pay more for a service call in addition to a higher hourly rate for labour. Licensed and insured companies may charge more, but you'll have the peace of mind knowing that you won't be charged for shoddy workmanship.

We can find a quality plumber to carry out your work at a price that suits your budget. We put customers in touch with approved contractors every day throughout the year to save them both time and money.

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Finding reputable plumbers is easy to do when you fill out the form you see below. When you do, we'll connect you direct with plumbers who are capable, experienced and dependable. There's no obligation, and using our services will not cost you a thing.

Plumber FAQs

Q. What services can a plumber provide?
A. Plumbers provide a number of invaluable services for new constructions as well as existing buildings. These include and are not limited to unblocking drains and toilets, cutting, bending, joining and threading pipes, repairing or replacing faucets, bath tubs, showers and more. They can also install internal and external plumbing pipes, water purification and filtration systems, garden water features, swimming pools and spa baths, washing machines and dishwashers, and borehole systems. They also conduct health and safety regulation checks.

Q. What are some important credential for plumbers to have?
A. In addition to being properly licensed, a plumber should also be a member of a trade organisation such as the Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors or the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering. Allow us to help you find plumbers by providing us with some information about your project using our free, no-obligation quote form.

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21 Feb Plumbers: Looking for a reasonable plumber to carry out a few jobs prior to the renting of our property. Couple of dripping taps, replacing 2 radiators and possible new shower replacement.

21 Feb Toilets: The old downstairs toilet has started to fill at a very slow rate and we don't know where to start looking. Hopefully something very simple such as a blocked pipe? Cheapest quote wins the work.

21 Feb Suites: Current dressing room off main bedroom to be converted into an en-suite shower/toilet room. Have been told that the plumbing shouldn't be a problem due to nearby bathroom. Please advise on costs and duration.

21 Feb Plumbing: We would like a rear garden exterior tap fitted for easy watering/irrigation etc. however there is no easy way for a DIY job. Been told that a pipe can be run from the upstairs bathroom? Advice and costs needed.