When you have a plumbing crisis in your home, whether that’s a clogged pipe or a major leak, it’s crucial to hire a licensed plumber to handle the repairs. You might be tempted to hire a handyman or ask for help from a family member or friend, and while they may be willing to help, we’re talking about a major component of your home, and the wrong equipment or lack of experience could end up making the issue worse and costing you more money.
McMahon Plumbing & Heating has been helping our community since 1952, with a family history in the trades dating back to the 1930s. While the times may have changed, our dedication to top-notch customer service paired with our superior plumbing expertise make us the best choice for you and your plumbing needs.
Training & Expertise
A plumber has to work as an apprentice, complete a course, and pass an examination to obtain a license. They receive extensive training and study different types of plumbing systems. A licensed plumber knows local building codes and complies with them. They are equipped with all the necessary skills to meet the plumbing needs of their customers.
Bonded & Insured
A licensed plumber is bonded and insured (a condition for maintaining a valid license). If, unfortunately, something goes wrong and a plumbing mishap occurs, your licensed plumber’s liability insurance should account for damages. A licensed plumber should also carry workman’s compensation insurance.
Can Ensure Your Plumbing Meets Building Code Standards
A plumbing system contains toxic gasses and hazardous waste materials. Faulty plumbing is a recipe for disaster and can give rise to several risks. Plumbing codes are designed to ensure plumbing work is done safely. A licensed plumber is trained to ensure compliance with local codes.
Plumbing work involves various hazards. A licensed plumber is trained to ensure their and their customers’ safety. They are knowledgeable about safety protocols and take various safety measures when dealing with plumbing problems.
Can Save You Time & Money In The Long Run
A plumber has to go through extensive training to earn their license. During their training, they acquire the necessary skills to ensure flawless execution. A licensed plumber is trained to get to the root of the problem and eliminate it, saving you money and time by solving the problem once and for all.