“Guide to Passing the Plumbing Exam”    

If you do not get your plumbing license now, what will you be doing five years from now?

OK! You’ve decided its time to stop treading water and get your plumbing license. You’ve got the hours and experience required by your state to take the licensing exam. You are also able to compete with the best of them when it comes to soldering, hanging pipe and installing fixtures. But, you heard the plumbers exam is not easy. They ask crazy questions like, ” What is the weight of water in a 60 foot 4 inch diameter pipe? “How many water closets may be substituted with urinals”, What is the minimum number of water closets required in a female bathroom of a 676 seat auditoium?”

I’ve got good news for you.  The plumber’s exam is not that difficult.

 

I don’t care if you are 18 or 80 years old. You will easily learn the provissions of the plumbing and fuel gas codes. In fact, it would be to your advantage if the only plumbing you’ve done is hooking up a water hose. Most questions on the plumbing exam can be answered by simply finding the answer in the code books. The cause of failure for most examinees is, “running out of time”. Tough questions, such as pipe sizing for water, drains, gas and vents, plumbers math, and calculating fixture requirements take up a lot of time, which limits the time you could spend looking through the codes for less complicated questions.  My course, “Guide to Passing the Plumber’s Exam”, teaches you to breeze through the tough stuff, so you will have plenty of time to look up answers to code questions.

 

 

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The days of doctors, lawyers and politicians getting all the money are over. The day has arrived that plumbing, electrical and mechanical contractors will be riding the same gravy train.

Take a look around you. The tradesman are aging out. Young people are simply not considering a trade as a career.  One may go to college for 4 to 6 years, spending 100’s of thousand dollars to earn a mediocre salary at McDonalds, Walmart or a county government job. A licensed plumber can expect to earn a six figure income after investing a couple hundred bucks in a licensing prep course, plus, six to nine hundred bucks on reference books. It’s time to quit kicking the can down the road and get started on obtaining your plumbing license.

Can’t seem to get started?

I’ll will guide you through.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

✅ CALCULATING FIXTURE REQUIREMENTS
✅ WATER DISTRIBUTION SIZING AND DESIGN (using friction charts)
✅ ISOMETRICS AND PLUMBING SYMBOLS
✅  PROPERTIES OF WATER
✅ SANITARY DRAIN SIZING
✅ VENT SIZING
✅ STORM DRAINAGE SIZING
✅ SEPTIC TANK AND DRAIN FIELD SIZING
✅ CALCULATING COMBUSTION AIR REQUIREMENTS
✅ GAS PIPE SIZING
✅ GAS APPLIANCE VENTING

✅DEFINITIONS WITH ILLUSTRATIONS

✅ PLUS- Get a 150 question plumbers practice exam with references and explanations

All for the price of one service call

 

In the unlikely event that, within 60 days, you are not satisfied with my course or are unsuccessful with your exam, simply send an email to: energymarketingservice@gmail.com stating, “I would like a refund for the plumbing course”.

You will receive your full refund immediately 

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                   John White.  

John White has been teaching plumbing and mechanical for over 40 years. He has a BSBA degree in Business Administration, holds an electrical, plumbing and HVAC licenses. He has taught at both, universities and community colleges, has presented seminars throughout the nation and has even created licensing exams like the one you are about to take. John sold his mechanical contracting business in 2006 to devote his energy to his consulting company, Energy Marketing Services, which develops and conducts plumbing and HVAC exam prep courses and is also an approved provider of continuing education.

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John White has been teaching plumbing and mechanical for over 40 years. He has a BSBA degree in Business Administration, holds an electrical, plumbing and HVAC licenses. He has taught at both, universities and community colleges, has presented seminars throughout the nation and has even created licensing exams like the one you are about to take. John sold his mechanical contracting business in 2006 to devote his energy to his consulting company, Energy Marketing Services, which develops and conducts plumbing and HVAC exam prep courses and is also an approved provider of continuing education.

John White has been teaching plumbing and mechanical for over 40 years. He has a BSBA degree in Business Administration, holds an electrical, plumbing and HVAC licenses. He has taught at both, universities and community colleges, has presented seminars throughout the nation and has even created licensing exams like the one you are about to take. John sold his mechanical contracting business in 2006 to devote his energy to his consulting company, Energy Marketing Services, which develops and conducts plumbing and HVAC exam prep courses and is also an approved provider of continuing education.