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How do I choose a plumber in High Wycombe?
Choosing a plumber can be difficult and overwhelming, especially when you’re feeling stressed about a burst pipe or clogged toilet that’s causing havoc at home. It can be hard to know where to find a plumber and even harder to find one who can do a great job, first time.
At MyBuilder, we offer a handy matchmaking service to connect you to the ideal plumber for the job. Posting your job on the platform is quick, free, and easy. All you need to do is share some details about the work you need doing, and any interested and qualified plumbers will get in touch.
Approximately 97% of the reviews on our website are positive, and we only accept one third of the tradespeople that apply to MyBuilder. That means you can rest assured you’ll receive a high-quality service.
For more advice on choosing the right plumber, check out our hiring guide.
What services do plumbers in High Wycombe offer?
MyBuilder plumbers in High Wycombe provide a variety of plumbing and heating services, including:
- general plumbing services
- boiler installations, repairs, and servicing
- bathroom and kitchen installations
- underfloor heating
- renewable energy solutions installations
Whether you need help dealing with a broken tap or require a brand-new plumbing installation for your kitchen, our qualified plumbers have a wide range of experience.
If you have a large job, it’s best to hire a tradesperson with relevant experience in that field. After all, long, time-intensive plumbing jobs are an investment, and it’s essential to find the right person for the project.
How much does a High Wycombe plumber cost?
Most plumbers in High Wycombe charge an hourly fee between £40 and £70. However, your total cost depends on a few factors, such as the type of job and how long it takes.
For example, a common plumbing job, like a quick toilet repair taking less than an hour, could cost around £50. But a complete bathroom renovation could take weeks, costing hundreds of pounds depending on the scale of the job. Most plumbers will charge a daily rate or even a full project fee for large-scale jobs like this.
In High Wycombe, a typical day rate is between £500 and £650. However, most quotes don’t usually include the materials needed for the project. Always make sure you discuss this with your plumber.
Have a look at our handy pricing guide for more information.
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Plumbers working near High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire have an average review score of 99% positive based on 4,114 homeowner reviews.
Towns near High Wycombe
- Bourne End
- Great Missenden
- Princes Risborough
- Chalfont St Giles
- Henley On Thames
- Gerrards Cross
- Kings Langley
- Hemel Hempstead
- West Drayton
- Abbots Langley
Other trades in High Wycombe
- Architectural Designers
- Bathroom Fitters
- Carpenters & Joiners
- Carpet & Lino Fitters
- Chimney & Fireplace Specialists
- Conservatory Installers
- Conversion Specialists
- Damp Proofing Specialists
- Decking Specialists
- Demolition Specialists
- Driveway Pavers
- Extension Builders
- Fascias & Soffits Specialists
- Flooring Fitters
- Gas Engineers
- Guttering Installers
- Heating Engineers
- Insulation Installers
- Kitchen Fitters
- Landscape Gardeners
- Loft Conversion Specialists
- New Home Builders
- Painters & Decorators
- Repointing Specialists
- Restoration & Refurb Specialists
- Security System Installers
- Tarmac Driveway Specialists
- Tree Surgeons
- Waste Clearance Specialists
- Window & Door Fitters
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