Bonded Drain & Sewer Cleaning Plumber is a plumber who has posted a bond, which is a specific amount of money, as required b y the local plumbing governing authority. The bond plays the role as a guarantee for the plumber's financial stability and legal and ethical work. If for some reason a client becomes a victim of fraud, the bond will reimburse for the damages caused by the plumbing contractor. Bond amounts vary, depending on the type of the plumbing license issued to the plumber or plumbing company.
Insured Drain & Sewer Cleaning Plumber is a plumber who has obtained insurance with the necessary limits, as required by the state they operate in. Having insurance in place for plumbers is extremely important, as their policy can cover damages caused by the plumber and/or plumbing company. This includes liability, workers compensation, commercial property, and auto insurance.
Knowing that your plumber is licensed, bonded, and insured is always a good sign, proving that they are diligent and thorough in their work. In addition, it is safe to hire them to perform plumbing work on your premise. If you hire any plumbing contractor who is missing one of the three means that you are taking a risk with the work they will be performing, as they cannot guarantee what happens if there is a problem with their work. In this case other parties may have to be involved which can be costly and unreasonable.
A great idea is to always search the local government website and find out if your plumber is really licensed. Each plumbing contractor is assigned a License number, which is public information. Be safe and always one step ahead with any plumbing project you will be undertaking!