Consider Plumbing as a Career
The world is changing with people seeking financial and career freedom through self-employment; more blue-collar jobs such as plumbing are scaling in the market. As the video outlines, plumbing and electrical churns exciting, mechanical, and practical electrical plumbing combined with plumbing and electrical. Just like any other career, customer service comes first in plumbing. It means that a plumber needs to know how to maintain a healthy plumbing system for people to access safe, clean, and healthy water. A healthy plumbing system involves things like water systems, irons filters, renovating bathrooms, etc.
The fun of plumbing is that it gives you career freedom. Besides, every house does need a plumber. The fear of getting ‘dirty’ in plumbing is just another façade. It involves minor construction and more service, as is explained in the video. The intricacies come in the maintenance of the work done and how you efficiently dispense your plumbing expertise. Plumbing is a more practical and handier career that involves more daily learning on the job. Therefore, starting it as a business venture requires only the essential tools for a plumber, the ability to move around with your devices, and the business acumen since your home and van are your offices.