A mark of a genuinely responsible homeowner is adequate knowledge regarding the importance of the plumbing system to a house. Since water is viable natural resource, distributing it evenly throughout the home is essential to replenish the human body as well as to accomplish day-to-day tasks. And thanks to advancements in modern technology, we have come up with ways to manage the water supply via plumbing systems. However, some people are entirely unaware of those who dedicate a lot of their lives in order to keep the plumbing systems of everyone in working condition. Yes, we are talking about plumbers – individuals who are trained to repair pipes and fittings of water supply, sanitation, or heating systems.
According to the WHO (World Health Organization), plumbers are considered to be the most important frontline health workers in the world. A highly underrated profession, being a plumber requires the development of some technical skills, patience, and a lot of handwork. Not to mention that most of the tasks involved with this job are usually left unnoticed and unappreciated by the public.
The professional plumbing industry is still making significant efforts to spread education and knowledge that defines how noble plumbers were. If you want to know more about them, check out this infographic below brought to you by Mr. Rooter: