Working in plumbing is a highly rewarding career for many people who want to work for themselves or start their own contracting business, and it’s perfect for the sort of person who couldn’t imagine working in an office behind a desk all day. Gaining a plumbing license opens the door to that kind of life, as well as solid earnings in an industry that will always have stable demand. There are few online resources that are dedicated to investigating the best routes to gaining that license and how to advance careers in the sector. is just such a resource.

We are a self-funded group of people who enjoy investigating and writing for the benefit of our community. We are independent and not affiliated with any trade organization or employer. We hope you’ll find what we produce here useful, and if you have any comments to make, feel free to get in touch.

Kimberly Reid


Kimberly has a BS in Technical Writing and has worked in the plumbing industry since 2014, first in administration and then in sales. Her experience includes sourcing supplies for medium and large scale contruction projects. She is a self-confessed dog nut.

Michael Quintana


Michael has been a master plumber for over ten years, and has been blogging and tweeting about his experiences since 2020. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife and five kids, and has plans for a vesectomy in the near future.

Allen Clarke


Allen is a full-time writer with a bachelor’s degree in English. Before branching out on his his own, Allen worked in operations for a large Ohio construction company. When not writing Allen can usually be found hitting the trails on his mountain bike.
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