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Can MyBuilder help me find cheap plumbers in Kettering?
Yes we can. When you post your plumbing job on MyBuilder, we share it with hundreds of plumbers in your area. You can get a range of quotes and select the tradesperson that suits your budget.
All our plumbers are carefully vetted so you can be confident that you’re getting the best value for money. And when a job is done to the highest possible standard, it lasts longer and saves you extra expense in the long term.
Plumbers in Kettering generally charge between £40 and £70 per hour, or a day rate between £500 and £650 for bigger jobs.
Be aware of additional costs, such as:
- A minimum call-out fee for small jobs
- An out-of-hours fee: if you need a plumber late at night, over the weekend or on a bank holiday, you can expect to pay extra
- A higher rate for last-minute work
Homeowners pay nothing to use MyBuilder, so your only cost is for the work itself. Have a look at our pricing guide for more information on plumbing costs.
What should I look for when hiring a plumber in Kettering?
That depends on the work you need doing. With MyBuilder, you can browse our listings of local plumbers and check that they have the relevant skills and experience before shortlisting them for a job.
Here are some factors you might want to take into account when choosing a plumber in Kettering:
- Are they Gas Safe registered? This is essential if your job involves gas boilers or pipework.
- Can you expect to pay any extra costs, such as a call-out charge or a higher rate for out-of-hours work?
- What feedback have they received from other customers?
- Can they provide any additional references?
- What qualifications or certifications have they got?
For more information on finding the best plumber for your job, check out our helpful hiring guide.
What kind of jobs can plumbers in Kettering take on?
At MyBuilder we’ve got hundreds of plumbers in Kettering, all with a range of experience and skills. Whether you’re planning a big project like a bathroom renovation, or you’ve got a small issue like a leaky tap, all you need to do is post your job on MyBuilder. We’ll then share it with our network of plumbers in your area to find you the best person for the job.
Here are some common plumbing jobs that are posted on MyBuilder:
- Pipe repairs and replacements
- Boiler fittings
- Boiler services
- Tap repairs
- Unclogging sinks
- Cistern replacements
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