Licenses / Credentials :
• Master License #13308
• EPA Certification #PB5D44001943B8ENO
• Oil Burner Technician Certification #127967
• National Comfort Institute Carbon Monoxide Certified #C0601806
• NCI Air Balancing Certified #0709519
We Specialize in :
- Carbon Monoxide Testing
- Oil Burner Service/ Gas Piping
- Air Conditioning
- Plumbing & Heating
- Solar Space & Hot Water Heating
My journey into the Plumbing Industry started by shear accident. I was a recent graduate from Bedford High School in May of 1983 and had been accepted to Wentworth Institute of Technology for their Air craft Mechanics course. It was two-year program which was going to cost me $16,000 dollars.
To help pay for my schooling I was going to need a summer job. I was hanging with friends when a van pulled up across the street. I asked my friend what the name of the gentleman was that got out of the van and what he did for work. My friend mentioned his name was Bob and he was a Plumber. My next question was do you think he is looking for help for the summer?
The following Monday I was heading out on my summer apprentice program as Bob’s helper. I believe that things happen for a reason even if you have a plan. I owned a motorcycle and during the summer I was taking it to a dealership for parts and accessories. It turned out that I knew the manager as one of my substitute teachers in high school. I mentioned that I was accepted to Wentworth for their Air Craft mechanics program and it was at that point that he mentioned he had three technicians in the shop and they all had completed similar programs and couldn’t find a job.
I had already started having second thoughts about going to school because I realized I liked Plumbing as well as I seemed to pick it up really fast.
I left working for Bob in early 1984 for a Master Plumber who I could apply for my apprenticeship and start accounting my hours to apply towards sitting for my Journeyman’s exam. Night school started that winter and I was on my way to becoming a Licensed plumber.
It seems as though what prompted me to become a Plumber was money and the economy. Although what kept me in the Industry was that I believed that I was gifted a talent that helps me understand mechanical systems and machines that provide comfort solutions to all that hire me.