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A seasoned professional would always give you a quote based on the problem they see with your plumbing system. Make sure you schedule an appointment and get a written estimate for everything including the materials needed, the amount of work to be done, and of course the time required to complete the task.
Test the water pressure. Simply check how much force the water comes out of faucets and showerheads. Low water pressure can be a sign of a problem with the water line or buildup of sediments in fixtures or pipes.
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Now if you have not been able to contact plumbers this way, then you can always turn to the yellow pages and look for someone. Be sure to stick to your own locality. That way plumbers can come to you faster and you can hold them more accountable. Look for reviews of these plumbers online and see if there is anything that can help you narrow down on your choice. Call a few of them up and tell them of your problem. Listen to how they plan to go about the problem. Ask them as many questions as you can on their ability to handle the problem efficiently. Also be clear on when they can begin, how soon they can wrap up and of course the price.
If you have multiple plumbing problems, schedule all of them to be fixed in one go. While you may be tempted to call the plumber whenever you have a slight problem, scheduling it all at once gives you the opportunity to save money to pay for the repairs thus saving on call out fees. Most plumbers charge a call out fee and an hourly fee that can be minimized if there is only one visit to your home.
Are they asking for full payment up front? You should never part with all your money until the job is finished. If they ask for up to 25% deposit for materials then that fair enough depending on the size of the job but if they want 100% before they start then this should really start ringing some warning bells.