When it comes to installing filtration equipment into your home or office, a professional plumber can make all the difference in a successful outcome of the project. Sure, it may cost a little more. But there's a good guarantee your filtration will protect you and your family the way you intended it to.
There is a lot to consider when choosing a plumber.
Are they licensed and insured?
Using an unlicensed or uninsured plumber comes with high risk. Hiring a licensed, insured professional for the job means you have someone well-trained who will stand behind their work. You can check if a contactor's license is valid by going to http://www.cslb.ca.gov/consumers/hireacontractor/FindingTheRightContractor.asp
Do they have the experience in working with filtration equipment?
Not all plumbers are experienced in the installation of water filtration equipment. There are flow rates and pressure tests to consider. You want your water filtered and flowing properly to where you want it to go worry-free.
Are they knowledgeable about whole house and kitchen plumbing?
Do you know how your water comes into your home or have you ever looked underneath your kitchen sink? To most consumers plumbing is a mind-boggling mystery. There are all sorts of very important pipes, connectors, hoses, diverters, guages, and clamps. Anyone of them not properly adjusted or tighted at the end of a project can flood your house. Who wants to wake up to the nightmare of a costly flooded kitchen or garage?
- Will they show up on time and leave with the project finished properly?
Showing up on-time and being prepared with just the right extra part, tools, and equipment is the sign of an experienced professional. Thoroughly inspecting the installation location to come up with the best job plan before starting means a job well-done the first time. Making sure your water pressure is adequate at the end of the job means no unpleasant surprises during a shower or while washing the dishes.
Please contact us for a list of local professional plumbers in your area who can answer all your questions about the proper installation of your water filtration purchase.