What do you think of when you hear the words “plumber?” You may think of a professional who fixes toilets, sinks, and drains. You may also think of someone who fixes broken pipes, and puts things back into working order. However, a plumber is more than just an individual who fixes things around the home. Instead, a plumber is a tradesman who specializes in maintaining and installing systems utilized for sewer and potable water disposal, along with those utilized for drainage and waste water control in household plumbing systems. This means that a plumber could be involved in any aspect of the plumbing system in your house – such as installation of the system, or the repair or replacement of parts.Learn more by visiting Sun City Plumber
As is the case with most tradesmen, being a licensed plumber requires that a plumber be licensed by the relevant state’s board. This board usually requires proof of training to get the license. Once licensed, a plumber can start by serving as a general contractor. Contractors will bid on jobs, and if their bids are higher than the ones of their competitors, they will be hired to complete the job. In addition to bidding on plumbing jobs, plumbers may also get involved in general contracting, repairing heating and cooling systems, and other construction projects.
In order to be licensed, a plumber must complete at least five years of education and have passed the required exam. The licensing exam consists of two sections: the physiology section and the chemistry section. Plumbers must have taken at least two years of college courses in anatomy, chemistry, microbiology, pharmacology, physics, and English before they can apply for a license. Although most states require at least five years of experience in plumbing, some states may require up to ten years of experience, which increases a plumber’s chances of being licensed.
Sav-On Plumbing – Sun City
9508 W Hidden Valley Cir, Sun City, AZ 85351
Phone Number 623-537-9898