Protecting the Image of the Licensed Contractor

DON'T BE SEEN WITHOUT IT
Why Register
Why Register

PHCEid is focused on increasing public awareness that it is illegal to perform Plumbing, HVAC and Electrical work without the proper licensing and certification.

PHCEid Certification Levels
PHCEid Certification Levels

Our plumbing, heating and electric contractors have the education and experience to avoid installation mishaps that can compromise comfort and safety.

Shop PHCEid
Shop PHCEid

Only Registered Members have access to the PHCEid shop! Access to Truck Decals, License Plates, ID badges, Uniform Patches and a wide variety of Image Wear is available.

The Licensed Professional Protects the Health of Society

PHCEid is focused on increasing public awareness that it is illegal to perform Plumbing, HVAC and Electrical work without the proper licensing and certification. PHCEid arms individual Contractors with the proper identification marks to clearly state they are licensed or certified to do work within their trade area. By displaying these certification marks on trucks, uniforms, clothing, stationary and promotion items, it makes the public consumer aware, that the professional working on their home or business is licensed, or certified to do so.

PHCEid is an advocate for the Plumbing, Heating, Cooling and Electrical contractor to properly identify their profession for public awareness. These Professional Contractors have the license or certification to work in homes and businesses. Without the proper certification and licensing to become this skilled professional, it compromises the integrity of this specialized trade industry. These contractors are licensed or certified according to the codes and laws set forth by each governing state and/or entity. Licensed Contractors work in compliance with local and state codes set forth by their governing trade industry board.

 

Problems that Exist today for Licensed Contractors

  1. Government deregulation efforts to eliminate licensing requirements

  2. Non-Licensed Companies providing services illegally is malpractice

  3. Lack of skilled labor to keep up with demand

Read more

Recent Posts

5 Steps to Become a Journeyman Plumber

5 Steps to Become a Journeyman Plumber

May 7, 2016  ·  News

Step 1: Get Your High School Diploma or GED equivalent
The very first and most elementary step in how to become a licensed journeyman plumber is getting your education.

Read More

MENU