2015 plumbing forecast: contractors can expect a better year

2015 plumbing forecast: contractors can expect a better year

Even with economic growth there will be challenges, such as finding skilled tradesmen.  Residential plumbing service has demonstrated a strong business cycle since 2010 all the way through 2014 as the economy recovers.  With a positive economic outlook this year, there are certain steps contractors can take to grow their businesses.

CHICAGO — Finally, it seems that there will be some positive economic traction in 2015, and the plumbing industry is slowly, but surely benefiting by this.

According to Kevin Tindall, president of the PHCC – National Association, the association is hoping that conditions will continue to gradually improve, as they did in 2014. Tindall is also president of Tindall & Ranson Plumbing, Heating &

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