Items Tagged with 'plumbers'


BrassCraft celebrates journeymen with complimentary tool bag

BrassCraft Mfg. Co. is helping to start off young careers right with a practical gift.

Recent plumbing graduates moving from apprentice to journeyman status can register to request the complimentary BrassCraft signature tool bag.

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7 deadly sins your techs commit — Part 1

The thrill of fixing stuff at my own home left a long time ago. 

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Aquila Investment Group acquires Success Group International

Success Group International Includes Plumbers’ Success International.

SGI will continue to offer the proprietary tools including its innovative pricing guides, sales systems, and management tools.

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How to get 80% of your invoice in one day

Use factoring financing to boost your cash flow.

One of the advantages of being a plumber is the independence that comes with the job. While you may have maintenance visits set to a regular schedule, more often it’s a job of emergency calls and unexpected situations. This type of job keeps away the monotony of a more structured career but also can leave plumbers in a pinch when an emergency call means an unexpected purchase of an expensive part.

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UA President Hite tells contractors to ‘go young’

The current average UA member age is 46 years old.

With the average age of the 290,000 UA members in the United States being 46 years old, United Association General President Bill Hite urged union plumbing contractors to “go young.”

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Building reports send mixed signals

Shortages of plumbers and fitters will make an impact.

 We’ve seen this collision before when two indicators of nonresidential construction activity are released virtually at the same time, with each moving in a different direction. The divergent reports support comments I’ve heard lately from contractors, wholesalers and manufacturers that the road to economic recovery remains a bumpy one. 

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World Water Day, March 22

If you’re a plumber, consider yourself a hero behind clean safe drinking water.

If you’re a plumber, consider yourself a hero behind clean safe drinking water.

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Next-generation plumbers

New owners of contracting firms face changes in technology, marketing and management.
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Twitter for plumbing, really?

It’s a communication tool to keep your business fresh in a future customer’s mind. 
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2014 Truck of the Month

PM has featured so many great plumbing service trucks! See plenty of them here in our Truck Of The Month Archives page. Are you proud of your truck? Go to our Truck of the Month page to find out how your service truck could be chosen!

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Free Webinar: Acoustical Isolation

HOLDRITE will be hosting a free webinar for Acoustical Isolation on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014.

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PM September 2014 cover

2014 September

In this issue you’ll find The NY Red Bulls soccer team’s radiant system and incoming PHCC President Kevin Tindall.

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Back to School

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2014 National Plumbing & HVAC Estimator

Every plumbing and HVAC estimator can use the cost estimates in this practical manual!

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Truck of the Month

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Are you proud of how your service truck looks? Do the graphics give people whiplash as they drive by? Have your calls increased because people remember your truck — and your company name? If so, we’d like to see it, too! Click here to find out how your service truck could be chosen as PM's Truck of the Month.



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