When something goes wrong in your home, or when a plumbing problem arises, you have two immediate options. First, you could decide to fix it yourself. Or, you can call a professional plumber. It’s a free choice based entirely on your own knowledge and skills. So replacing a dishwasher or garbage disposal might be a do-it-yourself project. The same with replacing a sump pump or a leaking faucet.
However, there is one category of repair that we think should always involve getting a professional plumber involved: new installations that involve electricity or natural gas.
If, for example, you’re hooking up a brand new hot water heater or dishwasher where none previously existed, put down your pipe wrench and call a plumber. A new installation is more challenging because you’re dealing with intake and discharge lines and working with new electrical connections. A mistake here could result in electrical shock, undetected leaks and more. Frankly, this is a risk that’s not worth taking.
And please also reconsider any job that involves a gas hookup. You better really know what you’re doing. Are you that confident in your own abilities? When was the last time you worked with gas?
The Plumbing Source has been serving northeast Ohio for more than 30 years. We cover all of northeast Ohio using trucks equipped with GPS systems. Our plumbers and home remodeling pros can handle any residential plumbing problem you have safely, professionally, and affordably.
So go ahead and replace that leaky faucet if you want. But please leave work that involves electrical or gas connections to a pro. Our technicians can handle the job, and they are meticulous about cleaning up after themselves. Best of all, we stand behind every job we do.
We are proud to have won the Angie’s List Super Service Award 17 years in a row, and we have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
So the next time you have a plumbing repair to handle, do the sensible thing and pick up the telephone! Call us anytime at 877-768-7239 and we’ll schedule a service call. You’ll be glad you did!