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Top 3 Questions to Ask a Commercial Plumber

While it may seem similar, hiring a professional plumber for your business is very different from hiring one for your home. Commercial plumbing affects your bottom line, so you want to ensure that the job gets done right and done affordably. That’s why you need to choose the best out of all the commercial plumbing companies in Calgary. My Calgary Plumber offers affordable commercial pricing and is here to help with the top three questions you should ask a commercial plumbing company.

Is there a fee for an estimate?

Sometimes, a commercial plumbing company will charge a fee to have a plumber come out to inspect the problem. It’s essential that you find out upfront if the company does charge an estimate fee and, if so, how much the price will be. The estimate occurs before any repairs or installations take place.

Will it be billed hourly or flat-rate?

You want to find out, roughly, how much you’re going to be charged. Ask if the company sets a flat rate or if it will be billed hourly. Make sure that you get an answer before you make a decision.

What warranty does the company offer?

There should be a warranty offered for the services provided. Ask about what sort of warranty the company offers for the job it does. You want to ensure that their work falls under warranty or that the parts installed or repaired come with a warranty. Ask questions and make sure that you understand all aspects of the warranty offered.

It’s essential to find affordable and reputable commercial plumbing companies in Calgary. These questions will help you ensure that you’re getting not only the best deal but the best work guaranteed as well. If you have questions you’d like to ask a commercial plumber, call My Calgary Plumber. We’d be happy to answer your questions!

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