Ten rules for young plumbers to live by

The apprentices in my classes are eager to learn and they are already out on the job everyday working their tails off to earn a nice paycheck. Over the years I have had students from all age groups and backgrounds and this year is no exception. I take the time to talk to each of them about what it means to work for a living. This is the first "real" job for some of my students so this is a great chance for me to get them started in the right direction with a few extra tools in their back pocket.

It’s getting colder here in Minnesota. Snow has been in the forecast a couple times already, which marks the end to a great summer and the beginning of what is hoped to be a busy heating season. 

It’s that time of year again where trade schools all across the country have started teaching our up-and-coming professionals the ins and outs of everything that is plumbing and heating. I’ve gone back to school too, only this time I’m in front of the cl

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