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A simple plumbing problem could quickly turn into a disaster if not corrected properly. Plumbing contractors are professionals who can oversee plumbing problems, from trivial matters like repeatedly clogged drain to a large bathroom remodel or clogged sewer line. If you are looking for a plumbing contractor, asking yourself the following questions before you begin your search can save you some time.

  • How big is the problem?
    Some plumbing problems don't require a plumber unless you are uncomfortable doing home repair. Sometimes a drain clog can be fixed by simply cleaning it. Sometimes the same drain clog is a sign of something bigger, like a grease clog in the pipe that require replacing the entire pipe. If your plumbing problem happens repeatedly, despite your attempts to fix it yourself, it is likely time to call a professional. Likewise, anything that involves water, electric or gas lines needs to be done by a professional for your own safety.

  • What are some problems that I would need a plumbing contractor for?
    Some common plumbing problems for professionals are breaks in the sewer line, installing new water heater, and water pressure issues. For example, if you suspect your water heater is leaking and that is why your water pressure is low, it's best to call a plumbing contractor before attempting to fix this yourself.

  • Do you need a specialized professional?
    Plumbing contractors often specialize in different areas. Some work exclusively in commercial buildings, others in residential ones. Research what the plumbing contractor specializes in so that you can be sure you are getting the best professional work you can find.

  • Does a plumbing contractor need to be licensed?
    Yes. If a plumber is not licensed or insured, this is not the individual for you.
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    Tallahassee, FL 32301
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    If you are interested in a career as a plumber, consider becoming a plumbing contractor. As a plumbing contractor you will work on both residential and commercial projects.

    On a daily basis, you might find yourself installing a water heater or faucet. You might visit construction sites and consult with the builders about using a gas or electric water heater. Some jobs might be as simple as detecting the source of a leak, or as complex as changing out a septic system.

    A Septic system is what homes that are not connected to the sewer use to dispose of their waste. If the tank is not draining properly, the waste can back into a client’s yard. To repair this problem, you might pump out the tank with a large hose that acts as a vacuum, removing the waste. You might inspect the pipes to see if they need to be replaced, or decide that the home is better off connecting to the sewer if possible.

    To become a plumber you will need to be good with your hands, and have a solid understanding of math and physics. Most people serve as an apprentice and learn under another licensed professional before getting certified themselves. There may also be some classroom learning involved. You will have to learn about everything from basic pipe maintenance to boilers.

    Whether you decide to focus on domestic or commercial plumbing, becoming a contractor can lead to a long and rewarding career. For more information on how to become a plumber, check with your local technical school or ask a local plumber.



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