Honest Plumbing and Rooter of Pasadena: Don't Fear the Free Estimate
Most people have been burned by the free estimate. Honest Plumbing and Rooter has grown its business because of it
Most people have been burned by the free estimate. Honest Plumbing and Rooter has grown its business because of it. Deana and Ben Garcia at Honest Plumbing and Rooter actually use their free estimate as a great tool to diagnose your problem and to have you as a lasting and loyal customer.
They know that if they fix an issue properly and close or under their estimate, you'll call them when you need them again. And they realize that by performing such good service, it may be a while before you call and they're okay with that. "We're a family-owned business here in Pasadena. We're old school about our business. Our free on-site estimate helps us get to know you and your plumbing needs," Dean says.
If you have commercial property, an accurate free estimate will save you money. Honest Plumbing and Rooter has been specializing in commercial plumbing since it opened its doors. They also specialize in water and gas re-pipe as well as pipe lining and trenchless pipe replacement.
But you don't have to own a commercial building to call. Ben and Deana count their residential customers as a large part of their success. Their free on-site estimate has caught many issues before they became large problems for homeowners. Honest Plumbing and Rooter has gained many longtime clients simply based on the free on-site estimate. "People like it when you're honest. I know that sound obvious but nowadays, that message has gotten lost. That's why we named our business after something we believe in and practice," Deana says.
The best way to find out whether Deana and Ben are as good as their other customers think is to try them. Arrange for your free on-site estimate by calling 818-840-8842 or
Honest Plumbing & Rooter, Inc.
3103 W. Valhalla Dr.
Burbank, Ca. 91505
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