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December 7, 2006

Find out when it's best to hire a professional plumbing contractor.

Learning when to hire a plumbing contractor and when to do-it-yourself can be confusing. Many times the price of hiring a plumbing contractor seems too high for such simple work. Still the plumbing system in your home is vital. A poorly functioning plumbing system with minor leaks and other problems can cause you high water bills and much frustration.

One way to prevent the high costs of hiring a plumbing contractor on a frequent basis is to regularly check and maintain your water system. Very few homeowners ever give their plumbing system a thought?until problems occur. Doing an inspection every six months is quick and easy and it can save you a bundle.

Tightening loose connections, fixing leaky faucets, checking for leaks in not so obvious places and checking the efficiency of your water heater are all things you should do on a scheduled basis. Regular inspection can also help when you do need a plumbing contractor. You"ll already be aware of possible causes and places where potential problems may exist. This can save your plumbing contractor time and effort plus save you money on labor.

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If you're doing major home remodeling or adding a room, hiring a plumbing contractor is probably your best choice. Sometimes connecting new pipes to an existing system can be a bit tricky. A professional plumbing contractor will also know the best method to use to help keep your installation costs and utility bills at a minimum.

Proper placement of your hot water heater and the lines running from it can really save you money. Plumbers can strategically place the water heater close to areas where the most hot water is used. A professional plumbing contractor can help you plan your plumbing system to be the most effective for you.

Make sure to get an estimate and a written contract before you agree to hire a plumbing contractor. Once prices, materials and time have been agreed upon by both parties, then it's safe to allow the work to begin. Unless you know up front what it's going to cost, it can be easy for additional items and time to be added along the way during your project.

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