I am a high school graduate and a certified plumber who is working in the plumbing field for past 4 years. I specialize in construction plumbing, repairing, replacing fixtures and new installations. I also have 6 months' work experience as a journeyman emergency plumber.
I would love to be a plumber for the rest of my life. If eventually I cannot work anymore when I get older, I would love to run my own business.
I have a national craft certificate in plumbing and pipe fitting which is done i 4 years.
We founded stack with oil and sometimes we founded the soil inside the pipes and its different a above pipe a good at sun and a underground pipe when it get hot by sun its creche or break.
Not currently. I would like to focus only on plumbing until I finish school and obtain my master's plumbing license. After I may want to learn HVAC or electrical.
I begin by checking for leaks, then check the pipe sizes they shouldn't be too wide if there is a pressure issue, incase both the checks come in negative I'd recommend installing a pressure pump to enhance the pressure.
In all honesty, too many to count since our business mostly did residential plumbing. If I had to guess, I would say around 200.
Yes, I have done this several times at college, and feel confident to do it independently.
I have opened many snaking clogged up pipes which were deeply closed in the past while I was working. Even dough I was know as a plumber guy in my resident area while I was helping our neighbor to open their toilet.
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