Leaky Faucet Repair in Vancouver

At K.C.’s Plumbing & Heating we are widely known throughout Vancouver for providing quality plumbing services that will exceed your expectations as a new customer. And we are the go-to plumbing company for many clients who hire us for maintenance on various plumbing or heating needs.

Leaky Faucet Repair in Vancouver

Leaky Faucet Repair in Vancouver

You immediately think about two things whenever you are dealing with a plumbing problem. Can you do it yourself, or should you call an expert?

A heating professional can perform the job if the plumbing issue involves gas. A licensed professional will be preferable to use so the job will pass if an inspector takes a look at it. If you do it on your own though would you contact the inspector? If you think the quality of your works is questionable, then get your problem serviced with a licensed plumbing contractor. Call them now for an estimate.

Searching for Local Plumbing Companies

Locating these local plumbers is easy as they like to work close to their office. They’re usually advertised in your local daily papers. In Yellow Pages too, you will find them listed. Needless to say, the social media also. Key terms such as “plumbing” or “plumber” included with your local town for example “plumber Vancouver” can be used in searching online. When you are in their site, among the signs of a good service provider is a well-designed website.

Should a Call-Out Fee to be Expected

When you contacted plumbers by phone, a lot of them will give you a price quotation. When they arrive in person anticipate a “call-out fee” if you decide against getting the guy. Plumbers don’t like doing that and would prefer to do the work than charge a call-out payment, but time and gas is involved in a house call, therefore a call-out charge is common practice.

Check out the credentials of the plumber to ensure the work they do will last since it generally does. You could question them if they will be sending a journeyman and they will tell you if that work even requires that level of expertise.

Simple Maintenance

There’s absolutely nothing bad in inquiring. Ask the plumbing technician what should be done to lengthen the life of hot water tank or your furnace. Simple things that you should know is very important like understanding how often the filter of a furnace must be changed. In case you have radiant heat that has its own schedule for upkeep. Learning when to schedule your major appliances for maintenance is quite beneficial in the long run..

Every two years, get your forced air furnace scheduled for servicing. Include the inspection of your water heater too in the schedule.

If you need a plumber call us for a quick quote by phone, so you know what you are looking at. Our office number – (604) 873-3753


No job too big or small, we can fix it. When you need a plumber or are looking for plumbing services we are the logical choice. Recommended by your friends and neighbors as their go-to emergency plumbing service experts. No matter what the problem, you can count on us. For the fastest service, use this phrase in search emergency plumber near me. Our name usually comes up




KCs Plumbing and Heating Ltd
Phone: (604) 873-3753
1896 Kingsway
Vancouver, BC V5N 2S7
Ph: (604) 873-3753
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Business Hours:
Monday 7:30am – 4:30pm
Tuesday 7:30am – 4:30pm
Wednesday 7:30am – 4:30pm
Thursday 7:30am – 4:30pm
Friday 7:30am – 4:30pm
Saturday 9:00am – 3:00pm
Sunday Closed


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Leaky Faucet Repair in Vancouver

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