Plumbing Information and Resources

Using the resources below provided by Plumbing-Information.Org people can learn more about the plumbing trade. People can also use the contractors state license board site included below to check on the license status of contractors they are considering hiring.

The Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association is on of America’s trade groups for the p-h-c professional. PHCC has more than 3,500 open and union shop contractor members who successfully manage businesses in residential service and new construction, commercial and industrial markets.

The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) protects consumers by licensing and regulating California’s construction industry. There are about 300,000 licensed contractors in the state.

Nexstar has been trusted by contractors to help them grow their business since 1992. Founded and owned by members, they partner with nearly 500 top independent home services contractors in plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and electrical trades.

More than 2 million households nationwide check Angie’s List reviews to find the best local service providers, like roofers, plumbers, handymen, mechanics, doctors and dentists. And that’s just the short list. We collect ratings and reviews on more than 720 different services.

Yelp is a good resource for people trying to find reviews about plumbers before hiring them. Be careful of phony reviews.

Wikipedia is a great resource for learning about the history of plumbing and how the plumbing trade has developed throughout time.

Contractor Advertising helps plumbers reach more customers by providing them with search engine optimization, SEO and internet marketing including video and social media.

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