Level A plumbing will now serve Warrington, PA and surrounding areas

Warrington, Pennsylvania – Due to the rapid growth of Warrington PA, Grade A Plumbing. will now provide affordable Warrington plumbing solutions along with top-notch customer service to residents living in and around Bucks County.

Chairman Adam Resnick attributes the growth to residents’ need for a fair, upfront price from Warrington Plumbers.

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It’s not uncommon for homeowners to worry about paying too much when researching plumbers in Warrington PA. As a homeowner, it’s important to ask the right questions to learn more about the problem and the plumbing company that will fix the problem.

Ten important questions to ask before hiring a plumber

1. Are you insured?

This is the most important question to ask a plumber. Work only with a plumber who has liability and workers’ compensation insurance

2. Are you a specialist?

Plumbers can specialize in specific types of plumbing work just like other professionals. You need to make sure your plumber is qualified for the type of work you need.

3. Are you able to offer a guarantee on your work?

Plumbing installations and repairs must be guaranteed.

4. Do you have references?

Don’t hire a plumber who can’t provide you with at least three references. Follow up with these referrals.

5. What are your opening hours?

Some plumbers only work certain hours, while others are available 24/7. You should have a reliable plumber you can call in an emergency.

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6. Am I entitled to a breakdown of all charges?

Although they may be able to give you a rough estimate over the phone, the price may change once the issue is fully diagnosed.

7. Are you able to obtain the necessary permits for the necessary work?

Work that could cause harm to the city’s sewage system or people in the vicinity will require permits and inspection to ensure the work is being done to code.

8. How long have you been in business?

Warrington plumbers are more efficient and better at their jobs if they have more experience

9. Do you have any advice for me to avoid future plumbing problems?

Good plumbers care about their customers and help them prevent future problems.

10. Are you licensed?

Each state has its own requirements for obtaining a plumbing license. However, most people must have a high school diploma or GED. Then they go through vocational training to get a certificate.

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Licensing requirements in Pennsylvania

Some municipalities in Pennsylvania require a plumbing license. There are 2,562 municipalities in Pennsylvania that have local licensing or certification requirements for contractors and other tradespeople. These requirements generally apply to home improvement contractors, electricians and plumbers.

Pennsylvania plumbing licenses can only be obtained through local or county offices. To obtain a license and registration, prospective plumbers go through their local building department. This principle applies to all general contractor positions in Pennsylvania, including electrical contracts.

Although there is no statewide licensing system for plumbers, the requirements and procedures are generally the same in all counties in Pennsylvania. The town of Susquehanna is an exception to Pennsylvania’s plumbing requirements. It charges slightly different fees than other counties or cities.

Pennsylvania Plumbing License Reciprocity

Pennsylvania does not currently have statewide reciprocity agreements. Each department determines eligibility for reciprocity. For example, Allentown has a reciprocal agreement with many municipalities in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania Plumbing Master License Requirements

Master plumbers are responsible for installing, repairing, and evaluating all plumbing equipment and machinery. These are the requirements for obtaining the master plumber license.

Completed a state-approved apprenticeship program

A high school diploma or GED

At least 21 years old

At least two years experience as a journeyman plumber

To succeed in an exam

Before searching for “Warrington PA plumber” online, call Grade A Plumbing at (215) 343-6900 and ask about residential plumbing rates. For more information on plumbing services, visit



1760 Costner Drive

Warrington, Pennsylvania 18976

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