Frequently Asked Questions About Plumbing
Most states require plumbers to hold a license, though a couple of states like New York and Kansas do not. Connecticut does require licensing for professional plumbers, and at Griswold Plumbing there have been any no formal complaints filed by customers.
Plumbers should be insured. In some cases, they may also need to be bonded as well. Insurance will protect both you and the plumber in case of an injury or accident. Griswold Plumbing has extensive insurance coverage for your protection.
Always ask your plumber how long he or she has been in business. A larger company will likely have plumbers with years of experience, but you should still ask. It’s a good sign if the company has been in business for several years, like Griswold Plumbing because it often means it has a proven track record of quality work.
Yes. At Griswold Plumbing, we always make sure we know what we need to do and will be able to give an accurate estimate, barring of course, any other major problems.
All plumbers should guarantee their work, including the parts. Many warranties cover the plumber’s work for up to one year. If a plumber refuses to guarantee his or her work, move on. At Griswold Plumbing, our work is guaranteed and you can rest assured knowing we stand behind the work we perform.