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I am primarily a residential plumber, sometimes I get conned into the commercial side (what are friends for).
Copper is the way to go as long as it is soldered together. But with the price of materials I have installed more pex
than I carry to think about. Now on Pex remodels and replumbs it is the way to go. I despise tankless water heaters.
I enjoy problem solving so repair is fun to me (unless I have to fight the wasps in the well house to fix a leak).
I have been at this for 8 years now, I own and operate my business for the last 4 years. I was an apprentice under
my Father-in-Law and his Father-in-Law, who apprenticed under his Father-in-Law who got his license while serving
in the Army during WW2. So I guess it runs in the family.
 

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It's the money that I like. Difficult install? Even more money. End of discussion........ :p
My problem if you will is I live in a county of about 8000 people . Most of the older generation remember me running around
my parents pharmacy and the younger I grew up knowing them. The median income for the county is 41K and the population
per square mile is 11.
 
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