Finding a good plumber online is difficult. Many reviews placed on rating websites are put there by the companies themselves. Often, plumbing contractors that provide excellent service have fraudulent reviews posted from their competitors or disgruntled ex-employees. What can the consumer trust?
At Best Plumbers® our name speaks for itself. We apply a vigorous research and review process to identify plumbing professionals who provide the highest quality plumbing services. We research the major review websites like: Dun & Bradstreet, Angie’s List, Google, Yelp, Facebook, CitySearch, YP (Yellow Pages) and the Better Business Bureau. We take into consideration the age of the plumbing company, the size, the management structure, the types of complaints and testimonials.
We review all of our research in each market and make our recommendations.We take the listings published in our plumbing directory very serious, and try hard to provide accurate, up to date information for our readers.
Why Best Plumbers®
Consumers have major concerns in searching for plumbers online. Which plumbers have the expertise? Which plumbers are worth the money? Which plumbers can you trust being in your home? With so many questionable marketing schemes in the plumbing industry, it is difficult to find the best plumbing companies.
At Best Plumbers®, we do all the homework for you. Through our research we truly provide our users access to the Best Plumbers®.
Business, by it’s very nature, is fluid and constantly changing. Companies get sold, key employees leave and competitors squeeze the market. Because of this, plumbing companies can be in our plumbing directory one week, and off the next. If you see a plumber that should not be on our list, fill out our Contest a Company form. If there is a plumbing contractor with a great reputation, and deserves to be listed, fill out our Nominate a Plumber form.
The Usability of Best Plumbers®
We make it easy for consumers to find a good local plumber, fast. With our user-friendly map, our users quickly select their city or state and view their local plumbing directory.
The research Best Plumbers® conducts helps consumers with the important decision of selecting a plumbing company they can trust in their home or business.
Water Heater Repair
Water Heaters are necessities in our daily lives. It supplies all of our warm water needs, from cooking to bathing. There are common water heater issues shared by homeowners across the nation. Sometimes there is a leak in the water heater tank or no hot water. Most have encountered water heater problems at least once as a homeowner. Listed below are the causes of some of these common water heater problems and how one can take proactive measures against expensive repair or replacement.
Water Heater Leaks
This is the most common water heater issue that customers call the professionals ate Best Plumbers® about. There is usually a leak when there is a puddle around the bottom of the water heater. When a leak occurs, this is usually due to a crack in the internal tank and replacement is necessary. Over a period of time water minerals can react with steel, which will corrode the heating tanks. Once this occurs, it is necessary for a replacement to occur. Sometimes however, you may not have to replace the entire water heater. Call a plumbing professional from Best Plumbers®. If the leak originates from the top it may be able to be repaired by replacing a water heater part.
No Hot Water or Not Enough Hot Water
Another common water heater repair issue is no hot water. If you have a gas heater and there is no hot water this can usually be attributed to the pilot light going out. You can light the pilot light yourself, however if you have never done it or are not sure how you should go about it, do not hesitate to call a professional from Best Plumbers®. When you are dealing with gas water heaters it can be very dangerous if you don’t know what you are doing. However if you find that you have no hot water with an electric tank it would be a good idea to check your breaker to see if the breaker has tripped.
In the instance that there is not enough hot water and you have ensured that the tank is not leaking, you can flush the tank so that mineral deposits are not reducing its efficiency. Generally as your heater ages sediment build-up will occur, decreasing the amount of hot water that the heater can produce. This is when flushing the tank is necessary for a quick water heater repair.
These are just a couple of common issues that most people have experienced with both electric and gas water heaters. If you have an issue that is outside of these listed above, you should immediately contact a professional from Best Plumbers®. Often, all you need is a quick water heater repair.
Professional Drain Cleaning Service
Experts That Keep Your Drains Flowing Freely
If drains handled pure, clean water all the time, there would never be a problem. But the fact is, most American household drains deal with soap, grease, hair, and dirt that can stop them up. The plumbing professionals at Best Plumbers® have the proper training and tools to handle any kind of drain cleaning challenge to get all your drains flowing.
Kitchen Drains. The constant exposure to grease, soap and food adds up to drains that run slowly and clog over time.
Toilet Drains. Toilet paper is designed and manufactured to disintegrate. Facial tissue, baby wipes or other household products are not. Flushing anything other than toilet paper is what causes toilets to clog.
Shower and Tub Drains. Water should drain immediately when you’re showering and in just a few minutes after a bath. If it’s draining slowly, your tub or shower trap and drainpipe is probably clogged with soap and hair, making a drain cleaning appointment inevitable.
Bathroom Sink Drains. Toothpaste, soap and grime can lead to slow draining and clogging. If you lose a piece of jewelry down the sink drain, don’t run any more water. Call your local plumbing professional at Best Plumbers®. They will be able to retrieve the lost item without too much difficulty (as long as you have stopped running the water).
Floor Drains. Laundry rooms, basements, garages, patios, driveways and even older bathrooms often have a drain to carry away water and prevent flooding. Usually they are equipped with a trap that should be filled with water to prevent odors and sewer gas from escaping.
Main Sewer Lines. All your household drains lead into your main sewer line, which connects to a city sewer line or septic tank. The clogging culprit here is usually water-seeking roots that can actually break through the line and clog the drain. The plumbing professionals at Best Plumbers® are specially trained to deal with this problem.
For all your plumbing needs, contact your local plumbing expert at Best Plumbers® today.