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What Should I Consider when Hiring a Plumber in New Jersey?

On most cases, when a person hires a plumber, it is an emergency. If you are lucky enough to have the luxury of a little time, allow more than one plumber to give you a price. But the best solution is to research and find a plumber before you need one. Realize that one mistake can result in thousands of dollars in damage - is the plumber experienced with the specific work required to solve your problem?

If work involves gas lines, how much experience does he have?

What specifically does the warranty cover?

Does the plumbing company have heavy duty equipment - leak detectors, pipeline cameras, rebar locators, plumbing augurs, heavy duty snakes, etc.?

Check for applicable licensing see below. Will estimate include cost of pulling permit? Ask for and check referrals.

Should I Hire only a New Jersey Plumber that is Licensed & Insured?

This State Board of Examiners of Master Plumbers licenses and regulates master plumbers in New Jersey. Inquiries or complaints can be forwarded to the Board of Examiners of Master Plumbers, P.O. Box 45008, Newark, N.J. 07101, (973) 504-6420. You can check license status for journeyman plumbers and master plumbers with NJ Division of Consumer Services. Many counties and municipalities require licensing. Permits are usually required for anything involving replacement or addition to building structure.

In New Jersey, hiring an unlicensed plumbing contractor can result in denial of insurance claims for injury or property insurance. An inspector can require demolition of unpermitted work. Speak with your insurance agent about what verification of insurance you should require from you plumber.

The law requires that all New Jersey employers, not covered by Federal programs, have workers compensation coverage or be approved for self-insurance. To confirm your contractors Workers Compensation in New Jersey call - 609-292-2515 or visit the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

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