Should You Be Reading Your Plumber’s Blog?

Reading your plumber’s blog might seem a little unusual, but it might be something worth reconsidering. In today’s world, we can learn a lot about a person from social media. Often, we look up the names of people we’ve just met, or heard about from friends, on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and other social media sites. It’s human nature; we are a curious species that instinctively desires to feel a sense of trust between ourselves and others.

Who do you trust?

We get to know people before we decide to, for example, invite them over for a dinner party, but do we really know anything about the service men that we invite into our homes? Maybe, but, generally speaking, most of us just Google, or open the phone book to find a number to call when we need something repaired.

Wouldn’t it be nice to know a little bit about the man, or women you’ve hired? Wouldn’t it be comforting to know that the person you’re opening your wallet for is trustworthy, educated in their field, and going to do the best work possible in the place you call home? Well, we think it’s essential.

Reasons You Should be Reading Your Plumber’s Blog:

It’s Free

Most plumbing companies don’t blog because they don’t need to to. At some point in our lives, we’re all going to have to call a plumber to come fix a clogged drain, or install a new kitchen sink, both of which are things we will have to pay for. However, there are some things that we shouldn’t have to pay for. It’s safe to assume that companies with blogs are people that genuinely care about the work they do and the people they do it for. If your plumber has a blog, they’re writing to provide you with free, helpful information, which can save you tons of money in the long run.

It’s on us…

At Jordan & Sons Plumbing and Electrical, we blog about everything, from how to “Bathe Your Way to a More Beautiful You,” to “Haunting Electrical Hazards to Avoid this Halloween.” We tweet, Facebook, pin, and Instagram tips on how to unclog your drains, save on your water and electric bills, and even recipes for your family to make the most delicious holiday desserts. We show you the latest trends in interior design for your bathrooms, kitchens, and more. We do this for free because we believe in giving you more than what you’re paying for.


Understand Your Plumber’s Level of Professionalism

If you can’t fix a plumbing related problem yourself, you want to make sure that person we’re paying is actually going to fix it correctly. You can get a sense for your plumber’s professionalism, knowing that they are a part of a company that believes in going beyond simply meeting the standard. Plumbing companies that are active bloggers, or social media enthusiasts are not hiding their work from customers and are working to maintain a more personal relationship you. Check out your plumber’s website, blog, twitter, and other social media accounts, to understand their level of professionalism and determine whether, or not you can trust the quality of their work.

So this happened…

Jordan & Sons has been doing work across the state of South Carolina since 1979 and we’ve seen a lot of bizarre things. We’ve also had to fix a lot of work, which other companies have failed to do correctly. For example, we’ve found piping under homes that have been “fixed” by previous plumbers with duct tape, which we had to replace with all new piping. Many of the repairs that we do are ones that could have been easily avoided, if they were done correctly the first time. There are plenty plumbing companies that you can trust that don’t fix things with duct tape, but we want to make sure that you don’t choose one that does.

Before we invite people into our homes, we like to get to know them a little bit. The same idea should be applied to the service men and women that you hire to maintain your beautiful home.

We want to know you and want you to get to know us.


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