Plumbers Lower Hutt | Watersmith Plumbing and Gas
Watersmith Plumbing and Gas provide a prompt plumbing and gas fitting service anywhere in Lower Hutt and the greater Wellington region. We’re friendly, punctual, certified and experienced plumbers.
Leaking pipes, black dux quest piping, no hot water, any water cylinder problems, or any other plumbing issues, give us a call on 022 018 9404 – we’re happy to provide an honest, no obligation, free quote.
My biggest fear hiring Watersmith Plumbing and Gas was price point. I didn’t know much at all about the price of a plumber and so wasn’t sure if I would get ripped off.
I now know that Andrew goes above and beyond to make sure I understand all my options from a technical, design and monetary point of view so I get to make informed choices on cost upfront. Furthermore, he’s more than willing to work with me on alternative options to meet price expectations. He understands what I’m trying to achieve and is willing to work with me to find a quality, cost effective solution.
Andrew is a problem solver who doesn’t come at me with problems – just solutions and options. So welcome and valued! A memorable moment is when we had a business partner bring through a relative who was a plumber and he came back to say the standard of Andrew’s work was to a high level of quality. I’ve also received this feedback from our builder.
Not only is Andrew exceptional at his job, he’s a genuine top bloke. He’s flexible, he is timely with his communication, does what he says he will do and nothing is too much of a problem. Why would you go anywhere else?
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