Plumbers play a very important role in society that is very important for public health, when considering water, heating and sanitary systems. The traditional route to become a plumber is through internships. Two years of study at college and work for a plumbing company you will progress towards NVQ level 2 or level 3. It usually takes 2-3 years to complete.
Reliable plumbing services are in great demand and there are many young people who are trained in this skill are very demanding. After all, the work can sometimes be dirty and back breaking but the real satisfaction at the end it is to know that you have solved a problem that could potentially lead to disaster.
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When an apartment or a house first built, the pipe used is sturdy and durable. As usage grows, the wear and tear also increased resulting in weakening it. After the pipeline is weakened, the resistance decreases and it was only a matter of time when they begin to leak or start to mix waste with clean water.
Many people might think that there is only a plumber to fix a leaky pipe, but this is far from the truth. The role of the plumber varies to incorporate the installation of showers, fix leaky radiator, fix the faucet, make sure that the hot and cold water feed works well, just to name a few.