Experienced & Licensed Plumbers
Service plumbers are in-demand. There’s a national shortage of skilled plumbers, which means people who get into the trade today will command great pay and benefits for decades to come. At Roto-Rooter, we’re always hiring licensed and experienced plumbers because we stay busy and have plenty of work repairing residential and commercial plumbing.
*in accordance with state and municipal rules and requirements
“If you’re looking for a job where you can provide a good life for your family, I wouldn’t recommend any other trade ahead of the plumbing trade. People who get into the plumbing trade today are going to set themselves up for a very good future.”
Roto-Rooter Master Plumber & Midwest Region VP
What Does it Take?
- A valid driver’s license
- Good customer service skills
- Plumbing experience
Frequently Asked Questions
How much do plumbers make?
Experienced and licensed plumbers can earn well over $100,000 annually. A first year plumber can expect to earn between $60k-$68k, depending upon the location. Learn More
What does a plumber do?
Plumbers install, repair, and replace plumbing fixtures (sinks, toilets, urinals, tubs/showers), water supply lines and drainpipes.
What is a Master Plumber?
Master Plumbers are highly experienced plumbers who have reached the highest professional level of the trade. They have many years of experience and passed a state Master Plumber exam.
What is a journeyman plumber?
A skilled individual working in the plumbing trade who holds a state journeyman plumber certificate or license.
What is the hourly rate for a plumber?
It varies widely across the country and depends on the local cost of doing business. Many plumbers charge a flat-rate fee following an in-person cost estimate without resorting to hourly charges.
What is a plumber?
A plumber is an individual repairs, installs and replaces residential and commercial plumbing fixtures and appliances such as sinks, faucets, toilets, bathtubs, showers, sump pumps and water softeners.