There are almost a half of million plumbers in the US alone.  Each state has its own licensing and certificiation rules for plumbers.  At Angie's List, we provide the best reviews to find and hire plumbing pros that can help install or repair any type of pipe or plumbing need.  You can see our list of plumbers along with ratings or browse plumbers near you to match with a plumbing company quickly.

Learn more about plumbers including the cost of plumbing repairs, common plumbing problems, and questions to ask before hiring plumbers, and many more plumbing details.

Homeowners should research first to determine which extra plumbing services or products are necessary. (Photo by Blair Bost)
If you’re worried about getting scammed on a plumbing upsell, check out our list of what to expect and how to protect yourself from paying too much.
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A sewer line clog might be unseen, but it can cause extensive damage inside a home.
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Angie's List members reported paying an average of $286 with a general range of $257.88 to $314.32, not counting discounts many service providers offer to Angie's List members.
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Toilet Repair and MaintenanceCommon Plumbing ProblemsPlumbers
Unclog a toilet without a plunger or snake, using two common pantry staples that make a natural toilet cleaner.
The P-trap is the U-shaped piece designed to stop valuables from disappearing forever. Unfortunately, it sometimes causes junk to clog the drain. (Photo by Grant Smith)
Common Plumbing ProblemsPlumbers
Many plumbers recommend against using chemical products for clogged drains. Read up on 5 ways to avoid using them.