I wonder if I should become an electrician or plumber. I am asking any workers out there your opinion, for example. How much you pay, it is easy to work, etc. That could go into plumbing because I was told that it is more simple, but I am also thinking of going into electricity stealing knowledge serves me it could be used for something better. Well, I have the answer here. I am a U.S. Licensed master plumber by trade. I own my own business. To succeed a great knowledge of different disciplines is needed, therefore, where it starts is not as important as where you are going or want to be. A lot of your answers, obviously being given by our British brethren, and when I lived there the primadonna mentality electricians would drive anyone crazy in the construction business, but here to become a master of the plumbing trade should be able to design systems and installing anything from a house to a hospital and is the most respected of all trades so for you out there that think plumbing is for the "not so brite "go change another light bulb. As for you young that matters is the journey, and the plumbing is a difficult, challenging, rewarding and respected profession. Go back and look at the cholera epidemics in London a few hundred years, all because of inadequate plumbing. In U.S. Plumbers have a motto "The plumber protects the health of the nation" respect comes by itself. If instead you want a clean primadonna become a lively trade.
This is the second part of a video on how to install pex pipe in your home. Included is the real beginning of the pipeline, along with some advice for me. . .