The Pros and Cons of Having a Regular Plumber at Work
Men that have grown old in the corporate business industry know that hiring a professional plumber to cater exclusively to the plumbing emergencies in your company is never a good thing.
If you are new to the business and you are planning that other than restroom cleaners, janitors and office sweepers, your workplace also needs a resident plumber, you may have to reconsider your viewpoint.
Why do you need a plumber at work?
Hiring a professional plumber is becoming a trend in corporate workplaces across the world, and even in Sydney.
Leaks in pipelines have become a major recurrent dilemma to some workplaces and residential structures that plumbing professionals have become in demand and as a consequence, response to a plumbing emergency may not be as fast in peak hours of service providers as it is in other time of the day.
So why not have your own plumber, who is restricted to serve only you and your firm, unless otherwise permitted with official signatures of company officials to repair his cousin’s faulty pipework at midnight?
So why not have a plumber that is available any time of the day, for so long as it is within the operational time frame of the company, so employees won’t be needing to rant about not having their faecal matters flushed in the toilet or their urine unable to go down the drain?
If you think you really need an exclusive, resident plumber, try it at your own risk. We care for the worth of your money.
It’s a loss of money
First, having a resident plumber adds a cost to your human resources. When you hire a plumber, you do not only have to pay for his working hours. You also have to pay for some of his equipment and needed tools.
Plumbing emergencies never take place regularly. Before you decide to hire one, make sure you plan ahead the things the plumber need to do when he’s not repairing a blocked drain, clogged sink, stuck up toilet and cold water in the faucet or restroom shower.
It is better to save the money you are supposed to waste in a job position you do not need regularly. If there’s a plumbing emergency, plumbing services are available at fast approach from your Neighbourhood Plumber, only a call away from your office.
It’s a waste of time, money and trust
It is hard to know if an applicant is really worth the slot, especially if he’s a plumber. It needs more beyond the way he talks in the job interview. It needs, above all, the depth of his experience.
Can a company hire an exclusive one? What if a good plumber knows that he can earn more if he can serve more clients in a month, through freelancing or signing up for a plumbing service provider?
In the end, it’s hard to assess the goodness of a resident plumber. Is he worth the wage deducted from your company’s earnings or you better save the money to another slot for an employee specializing in your firm’s type of product?
Regular employees can be trained
If you really want to save in the expenses, albeit affordable, from contacting emergency plumbing professionals, why not organize a training program for your regular janitors and the entire housekeeping department?
Call us today and ask if you can rent plumbing professionals that can train your cleaners. However, there are plumbing equipment required in troubleshooting some plumbing emergencies that can be availed through affordable rent with services from plumbing providers.
If the cons outweigh the pros, always choose the first.