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Question DetailsAsked on 8/31/2017

Plumbers near 11764 who accept the Wells Fargo home projects card

Broken water pipe in wall

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Here is a recent answer to that question FYI:


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Though normally the special terms of the home project card (when not used as a normal credit card) are not invoked for that size job - most vendors require a project of a thousand $ or more before they will offer those terms, whereas you are probably (depending on locale) looking at $100-500 range, not counting subequent (not plumber) wall repair and painting (and any needed mold removal and structural repair if moldy/rotten due to the leak being long-term).


BTW - if this gets to looking like a big enough job that an insurance claim might be in order (signfriicantly more than your deductible) read your policy BEFORE filing a claim, because with most companies a claim filed can raise your premiums or cause them to cancel your policy unless you replace ALL your piping (if quite old). Plus, most policies do not cover long-term damage - only "instantaneous" flooding damage from a broken pipe - long-term decay due to a leak is almost never covered.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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