Frequently Asked Questions

No matter who you are, whether you are a home or business owner, you will at some point or another need a reliable plumber. So read on to find out more about the services of Joseph Plumbing & Drain Cleaning LLC, and how I can help you!

Can you give me some background on your Joseph Plumbing & Drain Cleaning LLC business?

I would be delighted to, I established my own business in 2019, however, I have been working as a plumbing contractor for more than 15 years. I am fully insured, so should anything go awry, you will be covered. In the short space of time, my business has been open, I have built up a reputation of integrity and honesty. At prices which just may surprise you!

When are you available to take appointments?

I work from Monday through to Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm, with the exception of Saturday, when I close at 12.30, Sunday is my day of rest.

I know you are insured, are you certified too?

Yes, and fully bonded. Dealing with plumbing can often be quite treacherous, so my College Park, MD clients know they are in good hands when they hire my services.

I dislike dealing with cash when it comes to business transactions, do you take any other form of payment?

Yes, I do, I also accept checks.

What about discounts and free estimates?

With regards to the former, I offer a 10% discount to seniors, and for the latter, of course, I offer free estimates.

What about warranties, do you offer any?

Yes, to find out on what and for how long, please use the contact number listed at the end of my post to find out more.

Other than standard plumbing services, what else do you have to offer?

I provide the following services.

  • Drain Cleaning
  • Drain Repair
  • Sump Pump Blockage Removal
  • Sump Pump Repair
  • Water Heaters
  • Faucets, Toilets, & Showers
  • Gas Pipe Work

Do you offer your services to commercial clients too?

Yes, my commercial plumbing services are available to industrial and offices, I do not discriminate.

How will I know that I need water heater repair?

Easy, just read the following:

Not enough hot water

When you being to notice a decrease in your hot water production, chances are it is down to mineral deposits forming on the bottom of your tank. This can cause your heater to work harder, and break down sooner.

Leaky tank

When you ignore warning signs from your water heater, the next step is usually leaking. And when this is left unattended, a leaky tank can often end up flooding a basement and result in major water damage. So if you start to notice pools of water under your water heater, then it is nature’s way of telling you to either repair it or to upgrade it!

Sadly, this is the end of my post, I hope that you found it useful? If you would like to book an appointment for any of the aforementioned services, or just have more questions, please call me at (240) 359-0254 anytime, I am based in the College Park, MD area.

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