@Plumbermag.com

@Plumbermag.com
Blowing Smoke: Texas Plumber Smokes Out Odors

Blowing Smoke: Texas Plumber Smokes Out Odors

For several years, a 12-story building in Midland, Texas, had been experiencing sewer odors in the top four floors. Owners of the 35-year-old building had spent thousands of dollars trying to track down the smell. In August, Richard Pierce, a licensed master plumber in Texas and New Mexico, became the latest sleuth on the case. Find out how his unconventional approach helped diagnose the problem. >> plumbermag.com/featured


Behind the Lens: Taking CCTV to the Next Level

It takes more than a camera to provide quality pipe inspection. Plumbers looking to add or expand inspection services need to get educated on everything from techniques and equipment to operator training and industry trends. There are no shortcuts, but veteran camera operator Jim Aanderud provides a good primer to get you started.   
>> plumbermag.com/featured


Overheard Online

“It just so happens that my father’s industry is a trade and my family business is plumbing. The fact that I am a woman is irrelevant.”

Like My Father Before Me, I’m a Working (Wo)man >> plumbermag.com/featured



Discussion

Comments on this site are submitted by users and are not endorsed by nor do they reflect the views or opinions of COLE Publishing, Inc. Comments are moderated before being posted.