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Do you need to find a recommended local plumber? Post your job with Plentific and you’ll get quotes from top plumbers near you. For anything from emergency plumbing services to toilet installation, your ideal hire will be an approved Plentific Pro!

Featured Pros for Plumber

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Elite Trading And Services Limited
Plumber in London, HA9 9NT
Andconstruct Ltd
Plumber in Stanmore, HA7 2ND
VEE12 Ltd
Plumber in London, E3 2SE
Premier Damp Control
Plumber in Luton, LU4 8HZ
Friendly Handyman
Plumber in London, SW20 8JY
Chessington Construction Ltd
Plumber in London, SM4 6JS
Astro Design And Build
Plumber in London, EC1V 2NX
Fairland Estates Management
Plumber in Morden, SM4 5BQ
Plumber in Grays, RM16 4PA
Rem The Builder
Plumber in Liverpool, L4 9UZ
Dna Decorators
Plumber in Herne Bay, CT6 6TD
Gen&Mat Construction Ltd
Plumber in London, SE18 6YN

Latest Plumber Reviews

First Step Property Services Ltd
15 Jun 2018
Good stuff
Solution Electric
14 Jun 2018
Good Feedback called me from property to advise, which was extremely helpful. Would use again.
CPS Sheffield
13 Jun 2018
good service and communicates wells
VladImir Galichyan,
5 Jun 2018
great job

Finding a local plumber

When looking for a local plumber the number of choices can be overwhelming. This is where Plentific comes in, giving you a list of the best tradespeople in your local area that offer the exact services and skills you require. Each and every job booked via Plentific will also be covered by the Plentific Guarantee.

A plumber’s role can range from fixing a leaky tap to maintaining a boiler, so the thing to remember is to be specific about what you need. Know as much about the job as you can. You do not need to know everything (that's one of the reasons you need a professional, after all), but have as much of an idea as possible of what the job at hand requires.

What do you need to know about finding a local plumber?

Plumbing is a job that covers several different services. Is your task related to water plumbing or sanitation? Drainage or gas? Make sure you know what your problem is before you look for a plumber. They may be able to offer you advice on other work that needs doing, or even point out areas where you could save money.

If you are working with other tradespeople or an architect, it is likely that they will have a local plumber they can recommend. If not, take special care in examining a plumber’s references and credentials, and be sure to compare prices to avoid being overcharged. For long term projects, this will be someone you will need to have a trusting professional relationship with: no matter how confident they seem, make sure they can back up their confidence with experience and referrals. There are also a number of organisations that tradespeople can join to show their level of expertise, such as the Association of Plumbing & Heating Contractors.This may sound obvious, but also ensure that the plumber you choose is fully licensed, meaning that they are registered with a local authority. A quick cash in hand deal may seem appealing, but remember the risks involved and play it safe.

When discussing the job, the plumber should specify whether you will be paying an hourly or flat rate, and when they expect to be paid. If they need to bring in other labourers, check their qualifications too and whether this will incur extra costs. The same goes for if they need to bring in additional parts or equipment.

The end of the job is also worth considering. Will the plumber clean up after themselves, or will they leave materials behind? Will it cost you to have waste materials removed? Be sure to check if they offer any kind of guarantee or insurance - will they fix anything they break? If there is an issue with their work, or if you are not satisfied with the end result, will they return and fix it? If they do offer a guarantee of this kind, get it in writing!

A good local plumber will be able to answer all of these questions. If they can’t, you may want to continue your search.

What does a plumber do?

Plumbers fit or maintain the piping apparatus in your home related to water, heating and sanitation. You might need to call one for a leaky tap, boiler repair, bathroom fittings or a number of other services. When building a new home or simply maintaining the one you have, having a good plumber on hand is essential, whether for long term projects or dire emergencies.

How much does it cost to hire a plumber?

The price your plumber will charge will depend on the size and nature of the job. It can be good to ask for the price of individual services when your plumber will be taking on a larger project. Your plumber may charge you a flat or hourly rate, and there may be additional fees for rushed jobs or if they need to purchase additional parts. Again, know as much about your job as you can, as this will make it easier for a plumber to give you a quote.

Latest Plumber Jobs Posted

toilet seat broken - need to install a new one (I bought a new one)
Two problems. First is evidence of a water leak from below on upstairs carpet, second is slow emtying sink in kitchen.
The shower head is spraying severely from the side. It's a brand new shower head but the old one had the same problem leading me to believe it's an issue in the hose.
Hot water valve connecting to washing machine needs replacement.
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