Here are some service provider tips * Sometimes a good contractor will review how to do a task before a job. It is always good to stay up to date on new products and trends in the service industry and to be open to learning * Please do something with the dog. Don’t leave it locked in the bedroom all day-barking. See if someone can keep it for the day. * Sure the service provider will be happy to fix the sticky door or tighten the faucet, and you will be charged for the work accordingly. If a service tech comes to do one specific job that has been priced and discussed and you add more work after he gets there, you will be charged for it. *It’s OK to show a service provider hospitality, like water or snacks. But if you really want to be hospitable, let him know it is OK to use your bathroom while he’s there all day. It saves time and a trip elsewhere when nature calls. *Make sure you hire well-respected service providers by checking online reviews and other social media sights. *Remember, homes don’t take care of themselves. You are better off having a service provider perform yearly preventive maintenance versus hiring him to come when things need to be replaced from years of neglect. *Here is one good tip, if you have a clogged sink or shower drain, try plunging it or using a Zip-It drain cleaning tool before you call for help, both often will do the trick in a minute or two. De Hart Plumbing Heating and Cooling, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas, Topeka Kansas and some surrounding areas.
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