DONT pay anyone to do it. It's a 15 dollar hose, and an hour or two of your time depending on how handy you are with a wrench. Make sure to cut the old hose off from the nipple at the firewall and don't try to pull it off. The nipple is very easy to crush and will break even if you only have the strength of a 12 year old girl. Cut/peel off > grab and yank.
Unplug connectors near the coil pack and it's only a few bolts to remove it. Can you actually see the leak? Pics?
Oh yeah! It completely burst on me sitting at a red light. Coolant gushing everywere. Guy on youtube recommends those hoses to be silicone ones. If I do that I gotta buy them online, cause no one in my neck of the woods keeps them in stock.
^I think he is just is just mentioning the silicone suggestion. No harm in asking really, which our responses seem to indicate that there is no real need for the silicone hose (if it even does anything).
I track my car quite frequently and I can tell you, silicone is not needed for this application at all.