Find yourself needing a plumber for an issue at your place of business? Knowing how and when to communicate with your plumber is critical to getting the job done efficiently.
Always choose a designated spokesperson to communicate the issues or needs to your plumber. Having more than one person involved in the communication process only confuses the situation. Gather all of the questions and have one person coordinate the project.
It’s important to be very clear about the scope of the project or issue when communicating with your plumber. In order for your plumber to meet your needs, he or she needs to understand the project, or the issue that you are facing as well as if there is an expectation on the budget.
As a follow up to the clarifying points on the project or issue, be sure to put everything in writing. This only further ensures that everyone is on the same page as well as estimated costs are understood.
And, finally, once you’ve gone through this communication process with your plumber, trust him or her! You have done your due diligence and have taken the time to communicate effectively. Now it is time to see that the job gets done.