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About Robinson Plumbing

Plumbers in Allentown PA covering the entire Lehigh Valley. We offer 24/7 emergency plumbing service and we repair broken pipes, broken sewer or water lines, clogged toilets, clogged sinks, faucets, showers, sump pumps and more. In addition to repairs, we also install new plumbing fixtures, garbage disposals, water filters or anything involving plumbing. Not sure if we can do it? Just give us a call. We have fair, upfront pricing with fast and friendly service. We do it right the first time. We guarantee our work.

Why Hire A Licensed Professional Plumber?

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plumberThe work of a plumber is never over. Plumbing issues happen and will continue to happen regardless of how well you take care of the plumbing system. Due to the constant use of the system, problems will develop over time.

A few plumbing problems are simple enough to be fixed without the help of a plumber. However, there are also plumbing problems that many homeowners try to fix that end up making the problem worse. The plumbing system of a home should never be left in the hands of an untrained DIY-er. Plumbing systems are far more complex than most people believe.

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Why You Should Hire A Reputable Lehigh Valley Plumbing Company

Plumbing systems have come a long way since the first earthen pipes were built. Today’s systems consist of many components and designs, and plumbing has become so much more than just conveying fluids from one place to another.

Modern plumbing systems now have different applications, including waste removal and heating and cooling. Any error done in just one of the components of the system could have a significant impact on how well the system runs. As such, a plumbing system should only be fixed and maintained by a licensed plumber. Here are the reasons why:

1. Plumbers Are Trained Professionals

Plumbers are required to undergo regulation and licensing under local and state laws. These laws vary depending on the area where the plumbers do business. Furthermore, they need to understand local and state building codes that cover plumbing to ensure that they operate in accordance with the law. This will help safeguard the health and well-being of their clients.

Plumbers often start as apprentices. To become one, they have to register with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training after they have had four years of related study. On top of that, apprentices need to have 7,600 hours of on-the-job training. Once they have acquired these qualifications, they must undergo an exam to acquire a license. The type of license that a plumber must have may vary as well. In some states, there is a license for pipefitters and a special license for professionals who will be working on gas lines.

All these steps achieve one thing – professionalism on the job. A professional is more knowledgeable about the proper materials, procedures, and equipment to use to perform the proper maintenance and repair of the plumbing system.

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2. A Licensed Plumber Can Ensure Safety

safe plumbing servicesA licensed plumber has the proper knowledge of how the system works and can provide the right materials and services to keep the plumbing system safe to use. Keep in mind that plumbing systems also bring in potable water for use in the home. If the plumber does not have the proper training and work experience, errors in installations, repairs, and replacements could result in water contamination. Improper installations, servicing, and inspections could also increase the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning and explosions.

Incorrect plumbing services can also expose a community to diseases and unhealthy conditions. In 2016, for example, the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland experienced an outbreak of antibiotic-resistant bacteria that sickened several patients. A study later confirmed it was caused by improper plumbing. This problem is a real risk that could put close communities such as apartment complexes and condominiums in danger.

3. Professional Plumbers Use The Right Equipment

Fixing a plumbing problem is more than just using an adjustable wrench to complete a task. It is better to hire a licensed plumber because they have the proper tools and equipment to perform the job safely and effectively.

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4. Mind The Warranty

Licensed plumbers can offer a guarantee on the jobs they perform, so clients can expect after-sales support. Furthermore, manufacturers of materials and water heaters often require plumbers to hold a license to install their products. If an unlicensed plumber uses or installs any of their products, manufacturers often consider their warranty void. Not only does a licensed plumber provide proper coverage, but they can also ensure the safety and comfort of a home and its occupants.

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Conclusion

For reliable plumbing services, contact Robinson Plumbing, one of the Lehigh Valley’s most trusted plumbing companies.

Our plumbing services range from water leak detection and repairs, clogged drains, to the installation of water-efficient plumbing fixtures. For any plumbing repairs, we always offer a wide range of solutions whenever possible. This way, you can choose the option that works best for your budget and family. We are proud to offer the best and most affordable plumbing services in the area. All of our plumbers have the proper licenses and experience to ensure your satisfaction. All of our work is guaranteed. Call Robinson Plumbing today to schedule a free estimate.

Some of the areas we service include Allentown, Catasauqua, Coplay, Laurys Station, and these zip codes: 18101, 18032, 18037, 18059 as well as all surrounding areas in the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania.

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Call us today at (610) 351-9889 or click here to contact us for any questions that you might have!