Re: What is a Master plumber?
The term Master really doesn't have any implication in California. We have contractors, journeyman ,apprentices & tradesman:
Originally Posted by DUNBAR
A C-36 plumbing specialty Contractor is as close as we get to the Master Plumber that you know. To become a C36 contractor you work in the trade for four years, submit an application/affidavid of your experience, take a contractors law exam and a trade exam... and your in. Not real impressive.
The term journeyman ,apprentice, tradesman are only required/used for public works jobs and/or if you are in the plumbers and steamfitters union.
Anyone else working in the plumbing/hvac/electrical trade can call themselves anything they want. Kind of sad really
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