By Angie Hicks
Adjusting those parts so the water flows and fills at just the right levels does take some know-how, though; so when in doubt, it’s always best to go with a professional, licensed plumber. By researching a plumber before you hire and developing a relationship with one you trust, you can help ensure you’ll get the job done right and at a fair price.
Angie Hicks is the founder of Angie’s List, a resource for local consumer reviews on everything from home repair to health care.
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