How it works

  1. Post a job

    Post a job

    Tell us about your job, and we'll alert suitable plumbers in Reading. It’s simple and free.

  2. Hire a tradesperson

    Tradespeople respond

    Once your job is posted, you'll get responses from interested plumbers through the website.

  3. Leave feedback

    Review and choose

    Browse profiles, work history, and feedback, then choose who you wish to share your details with.


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What questions should I ask a plumber before confirming a job?

When you’re hiring a plumber for the first time, you’ll want to feel confident that they’re the best person for the job.

MyBuilder has a rigorous vetting process for all applicants – we check out work history and certifications, with a third being rejected from joining MyBuilder due to not meeting these tight standards. You can also read their reviews to make sure that other homeowners have had a positive experience.

For extra transparency and peace of mind, here are a few questions you might want to ask your plumber before confirming a job:

  • what kind of experience have they got?
  • have they got any accreditations, for example NVQs or City & Guilds qualifications?
  • can they provide any references from previous jobs?
  • are they Gas Safe-registered? This is essential for any work that involves gas pipework.
  • do they charge extra for urgent work or out-of-hours jobs?

Have a look at our hiring guide for more advice.

How can I find a cheap plumber in Reading?

When money’s tight, the last thing you need is an unexpected plumbing problem. Before hiring any plumber, it’s important to have a good idea what the costs are likely to be. That’s why we’ve put together a pricing guide with information on standard hourly and day rates for plumbing jobs.

Generally speaking, you should budget between £40 and £70 per hour for plumbing work in Reading. Urgent work tends to be more expensive and you can expect to pay around £120 per hour for a last-minute job.

Larger jobs such as bathroom refits are usually charged by the day, and this can range between £500 and £650.

When you post a job on MyBuilder, we’ll share it with our network of plumbers in your area, which means you can get a range quotes to find the one that fits your budget. And by using someone local, you might also avoid a call-out fee.

Can I find a same-day plumber in Reading with MyBuilder?

Flooded kitchen? Broken boiler? Some plumbing issues just can’t wait, but MyBuilder can help you get the quickest response from plumbers in your area.

Over 90% of jobs listed on MyBuilder receive interest from tradespeople, and you’ll usually get a response within a few minutes of posting. We’ll only share your job with plumbers who are local to you in Reading, which means they can reach you quickly too.

You can also look through our listings of local plumbers, check out profiles and reviews, and contact any that you like the look of. In fact, that’s usually the quickest way to start a conversation.

Top Plumber Reviews


Plumbers working near Reading in Berkshire have an average review score of 99% positive based on 4,745 homeowner reviews.