Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Singers On Tour -

Many plumb­ing firms are part of the Char­tered In­sti­tute of Plumb­ing and Heat­ing En­gi­neer­ing, and mem­ber­ship direc­tor Tim Sainty said that firms can of­ten have or­der books full for months ahead.

Mr Sainty said: “Need­ing an emer­gency plum­ber is a stress­ful time for any house­hold.

“Our mem­bers work to a code of pro­fes­sional stan­dards which makes it clear that the public can be con­fi­dent they will be em­ploy­ing some­one with the nec­es­sary skills and com­mit­ment to high stan­dards.

“This ranges from be­ing avail­able to de­liver ser­vices when re­quired, through to en­sur­ing that those in at­ten­dance will hold the ap­pro­pri­ate tech­ni­cal skills.

“Al­though it’s not al­ways pos­si­ble, pre­ven­tion is al­most al­ways a bet­ter ap­proach than cure.

“Most plumb­ing and heat­ing engi­neers are in very high de­mand.

“So con­sumers should try to sched­ule nec­es­sary work in ad­vance rather than when emer­gency strikes.”

He added that trusted plum­ber ser­vices can be found by vis­it­ing­phe.

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