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Knowing your home is in need of a repipe can be stressful but choosing the right contractor can lessen this stress. How do you know if you should hire a plumbing contractor or a General Contractor?
A plumbing contractor is an expert in plumbing. So, of course, you would think to hire a plumbing contractor. However, a plumbing contractor is not an expert in property protection, drywall, painting, and carpentry. A repipe sounds like it only involves plumbing, but this assumption is incorrect. Whoever is doing your repipe must also protect your property and cut and remove portions of your drywall, stucco, and cabinetry. Because all of these extra steps are required to perform a repipe, you, as the homeowner, are left with holes in your walls and left to find trade-specific contractors to come make the necessary repairs, resulting in unexpected, additional costs.
A General Contractor is an expert in multiple trades and has the ability to partner with local sub-contractors such as plumbing contractors. Here at Trademark, as a General Contractor, we have performed hundreds of repipes. This experience has allowed us to cultivate a process that offers a better experience for you as the home owner. What does this “better experience” look like?