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Estimates and Appraisals

When a contractor provides an estimate on plumbing work, a homeowner wants to know f the estimate is fair.

The first thing you'll want to do is get an idea of how much material will be needed and the local prices of it, so you can determine if the estimate is valid. You should select your prospective contractors carefully, asking for references and seeking referrals from friends and neighbors who have had the same work done.

Most contractors today do not charge for coming out and looking at the job and giving you an estimate. Don't be afraid to get several estimates if you have the time to do so. However, be clear that you want a written estimate and that you expect a written contract for the work. One thing you will want to be sure and have clear, both verbally and in writing is when the job will be done and how long it will take. Also, if the work is going to be done while you are not home, make sure the contractor is bonded.

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