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How much does a plumber in Exeter cost?
Cost is always a big concern when you need plumbing work, especially when a problem occurs unexpectedly. To give you an idea of how much to budget, rates in Exeter usually range between £40 and £70 per hour. For a complex job that takes a few days or even weeks, you can expect a day rate of around £500 to £650.
With MyBuilder, you can browse listings of local plumbers and contact tradespeople for quotes, so you’ve got a few to compare. There’s no sign-up fee or monthly subscription, which means you’re just paying for the work you need.
Before confirming a job, it’s worth asking your chosen tradesperson about any additional costs, such as a call-out fee or extra charge for last-minute work. You can find more advice in our guide to plumbing costs.
How do I know that my Exeter plumber is reliable?
Searching for a reliable local plumber online can be a minefield. MyBuilder does the hard work for you by vetting all applicants in advance.
You can also look through up-to-date customer reviews to see tradespeople’s work history and make sure you’re getting someone you can rely on.
There are a few other questions you might want to ask before offering someone a job:
- What kind of qualifications have they got?
- Are they Gas Safe-registered? This is required for any jobs involving gas.
- What experience have they got in the type of work you need?
- Are there any additional costs to factor in, like a minimum call-out charge?
We’ve put together a hiring guide to give you more advice on choosing the best plumber for you.
What sort of jobs can my Exeter plumber take on?
MyBuilder can put you in touch with plumbers that offer a wide range of services. Whether you’ve got a minor leak or you’re planning a big bathroom overhaul, post your job and we’ll share it with skilled and experienced plumbing professionals in your area.
You can also look through our listings to find plumbers and companies that specialise in the work you need. Tradespeople on MyBuilder list their qualifications and work history so you can be sure you’re getting someone with the right skills.
Here are a few examples of common issues your plumber can help you with:
- Running toilet
- Leaking pipes
- Heating problems
- Dripping tap
- Blocked drain
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