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Any plumbers?

Ive all but decided on a career change. I have tons of questions and would love to hear from anyone with experience. Also looking for anything that will help me get a foot in the door, im a hermit so no connections to speak of.

Renickulous 7 Aug 22

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I thought this might be a secret site looking for Watergate like conspirators to help out in D.C.

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It could be a good gig if what I was charged the last few times I used one is any indication.......

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Good luck I'm rooting for you!!!!

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I have a nephew that is a plumber and he says the worst part for him was crawling under old houses to fix plumbing problems.

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Try contacting your local plumbers union. They might be able to point you in the right direction.

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I can answer some. I am not a pro however I have done a ton of plumbing I did HVAC a few years just put new pex water line in my home and replaced the drains toilets and sinks in 2 of my bathrooms.

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I was a plasterer, and laboured to a plumber and a joiner when our co-op had no work - plumbing is easier in a way because you can get a break now and then - plastering you have to keep on going and don't get the same break times as everyone else.
Our co-op was also plumbing in baths as most of the small terraced houses didnt have then and there were government grants for plumbing installations.

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As I understand it , it pays well . You'll need to do a lot of crawling around under sinks and such . Please , please, please get some heavy duty suspenders .

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