A plumber, otherwise an installer or a fitter of sanitary installations, deals with the assembly:
- plumbing installations,
- sewage installations,
- gas installations,
- heating installations,
- renewable energy installations,
- boiler houses,
- ventilation installations,
- air conditioning installations,
- hydrant installations,
- sprinkler and sprinkler installations,
- rainwater drainage networks and connections,
- sanitary sewage networks and connections,
- water supply networks and connections,
- heating networks and connections, gas networks and connections.
Why is it worth becoming a plumber?!
It is not hard to notice that the construction industry lacks engineers, both in the design industry, but mainly in the contracting industry. The reason for such a situation may be a bad opinion about a plumber, who is treated as a worse profession. Everyone would like to have a Master’s degree in engineering before their surname. We currently have a large group of masters and a small group of sanitary fitters.
Every parent dreams that their child will graduate and have a master’s degree. Dear parents, you have been misled. There is a need for engineers but in the performance. Currently, the situation is that an engineer without qualifications earns a good 2500-3000 in the office (here laughter in the whole room), while a good plumber earns from 3000 and up. And if you think to yourself that a plumber earns more because he works longer, then you are also wrong. There is also overtime in the office and often unpaid.
It is worth mentioning that behind all the actions there is one Lord, one of the main precursors of the recent good changes in our industry.