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Old 08-21-2011, 08:49 PM   #31
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Old 08-31-2011, 02:04 AM   #32
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Old 09-04-2011, 12:37 PM   #33
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What are the penalties for plumbing without a license in Saskatchewan?
If you're not in an urban area they don't require any inspection or permits unless the home owner requests it. Some small towns don't even have inspection or permits.
The inspection we do have is a joke unless it's in bigger centers, the inspection is done by the same person that checks the local greesy spoon and they have 4 weeks training in plumbing code.
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Default The ultimate unlicensed plumber shoe - also fits "plumbing technicians".

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Old 09-04-2011, 01:55 PM   #35
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Old 10-12-2011, 10:38 AM   #36
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In my opinion, no person shall engage in plumbing or engage in or work in the trade of plumbing without a valid license. I believe that no plumbing is better than bad plumbing.
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In my opinion, no person shall engage in plumbing or engage in or work in the trade of plumbing without a valid license. I believe that no plumbing is better than bad plumbing.
You are right and I agree, I would rather drop a deuce in a hole way out behind my house then flush the John and have the shiot leak underneath my house and the smell rise through my floor and stink the whole house up. but luckily we have licensed professionals such as us to prevent things like that from happening.
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Plumbing without a ticket is common.In my field we deal with commercial / institutional / industrial , it is required to be ticketed . Most good inspectors will ask to see a ticket if it's a first meeting. I would stay away from the gas
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Plumbing without a ticket is common, some guys without tickets know more than the ones that do.
And how the hell would you know that if they never sat for their test and earned their "ticket"?

The whole idea behind taking the test is to determine if you know enough to deserve the "ticket".
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And how the hell would you know that if they never sat for their test and earned their "ticket"?

The whole idea behind taking the test is to determine if you know enough to deserve the "ticket".
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