3 Most Important Skills Of A Commercial Plumber in Toronto

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Hiring a commercial plumber in Toronto sounds like an easy job. After all, there have to be hundreds, right? Simply googling ‘commercial plumber in Toronto’ will give you plenty of choices. However, as with most things in life, not all plumbers are the same. There are some excellent, some mediocre and some rather poor.

Top 3 Qualities Your Commercial Plumber in Toronto Should Have

Insurance

This cannot be stressed enough. Making sure that your plumber has their own insurance is absolutely vital before you hire them. Even the best plumber can make mistakes which can cause damage to your property or injury to themselves or even to you. Save yourself from any legal hassle by making sure that your plumber is insured.

Good References

Have you ever heard of a commercial plumber in Toronto saying: “My work is not the best you could find”? Of course you haven’t! Who would fall for such a terrible sales pitch? This is why it’s your job to see what others are saying about your Toronto commercial plumber’s work. Do some research before jumping in feet first. Simply looking on Google is likely to help you find reviews of the plumber you are looking for. If nothing comes up and it is a local plumber then ask about recent jobs and see if you can speak to the places yourself. No excellent plumber will withhold this information from you.

Pricing

Being insured and having excellent references might justify a slightly higher price. However, don’t pay anything ridiculous. Find two or three reputable plumbers and get quotes from all of them. This way you know that you will still be getting excellent quality work done without paying a sum that isn’t justified. If the plumbing service you are looking at seems extraordinarily cheap, then it may be to avoid them. You get what you pay for. Remember that you are responsible for a commercial building – this means the lives of hundreds or thousands of people. Don’t jeopardize them for the sake of saving a few bucks!

 

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