With bathroom and kitchen updates among the top renovation projects eyed by homeowners, you know that plumbers play a key role.
Whether it’s modernizing your space with fresh new fixtures or repairing a leaking faucet that’s wasting water – and money – and potentially leading to long-term damage, it’s essential to ensure the plumbing is handled properly in any project.
For those projects that include plumbing in Renton, that means choosing a reputable company, with a customer-focused approach and the knowledge and expertise to get the job done right – the first time.
“You don’t want to trust your family’s home – your biggest asset – to just anyone, so when it comes to choosing the right professional for your plumbing project, it makes sense to look for experience, and a local professional who’s familiar with Renton homes,” explains Jim Cunningham, owner of Trusted Plumbing and Heating.
With more than 35 years as a plumber in Renton, and 12 years in heating and air conditioning, Cunningham’s locally owned family business offers comprehensive plumbing services from a team of skilled tradespeople.
Services range from basic pipe repair and rooter services to leak detection and trenchless sewer line repair. And we all know how important it is to get someone in quickly when the water heater needs repairing or replacing!
When should you hire a plumber?
The easy answer? Any time you’re the least bit uncertain whether your knowledge and experience are up to the task. A small leak can quickly cause significant damage if a new fixture is incorrectly installed or a repair isn’t successful.
For basic updates or fixes, like a leaky washer in a dripping faucet, you might be able to Google the how-to, but bigger projects are probably best left to a trusted, licensed plumber.
How do you hire a professional plumber?
To find a plumber in Renton, friends and family referrals are a great starting point, not to mention solid Google reviews. It’s important also to ensure anyone working in your home is licensed, insured and bonded to work in their field in Washington state.
Transparency throughout the process is key – will your plumber show up when scheduled? Will the final bill include any unexpected costs? Is their work insured? And when the unexpected happens, do they have an emergency center that’s available when you need it?
The good news is that getting a quote for your plumbing project is easy – in fact, it can happen in as little as five minutes! Simply call