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  The biggest question on the minds of any potential customer is always how much will the repairs cost, but few actually bring it up when interviewing a new plumbing contractor. Why? Perhaps, there is a fear that they will somehow offend the contractor. However, the truth of the matter is that plumbers want to discuss costs with new clients because it is such a big part of the repair process. Ignoring this issue only builds more anxiety, so it's important to address it and address it early in the conversations. 2811 Wisconsin Ave Berwyn, IL 60402 (708) 267-1461 Again, this is where you can really tell the difference between the experienced plumbing contractors and ones that aren't. An experienced contractor will likely give you an estimate of how long the project will take after assessing the situation. Keep in mind, however, that although technically it is an estimate, once you are presented with a contract to sign, it will have a contingency amendment that will allow for any unexpected roadblocks during the repair process. At this point, the contractor will also likely mention past experiences that are similar in nature, just to provide a sense of ease. Some plumbing issues are the result of normal wear and tear and some aren't. It's important to know the difference and who better to ask than the professional contractor in your home doing repairs. Take advantage of this opportunity and probe the plumber for information so that you can learn how to avoid similar issues in the future, and get tips like what products to buy that will save you on energy costs....