What Does A Plumber Do?
I looked up the definition of “Plumber”, it says a plumber is a person whose job is to install or repair sinks, toilets, water pipes. To me, that didn’t sum up the description of a plumber. A plumber protects the health of the nation.
I once read an article that compared plumbers to doctors, and how much more plumbers seem to do but don’t get as much recognition. Plumber are there when ever you have an emergency in your home or work place. They are able to fix 99% of your plumbing problems.
Plumbers supply you with drinking and clean water. They make sure that your sewage system is working properly so you don’t get sick. If your plumbing isn’t draining correctly, it can be very harmful. Water is essential to our lives, but if it’s dirty or full of diseases it can be deadly. Plumbers fix all your drainage, sewage, leakage, blockage, frozen pipes, prevent contamination, flooding problems, and adjust water temperature. A plumber keeps you disease free, healthy, and squeaky clean. Plumbing is the greatest system in the world to rid us of our toxic waste. Without plumbers the system wouldn’t function correctly.
Appreciate plumbers for everything they do. These men and women work extremely hard for us.
Kevin Szabo Jr