While sewer and drain cleaning are the main stays of plumbing service, making investments in hydro jetters opens up larger business opportunities.
Sewer and Drain cleaning are the fundamental operations for any plumbing service contractor. They are also seen as the dirtiest and least enjoyed processes to perform for service technicians. Although the work might be undesirable, its distasteful nature is the biggest factor in making it profitable. To perform it properly, it takes not only the right tools and training, it takes proper motivation and balance to your operations.
In the sixth module of the PCA’s Virtual Education Series on Plumbing Service, attendees will get a first-hand look at how the host company, JPG Plumbing and Mechanical Services, expanded their sewer and drain cleaning operations to include hydro jetting and hydro excavation. A video, taken from their headquarters will demonstrate all of the tools that they are using as well as some as they are beta testing.
Following the video, the PCA’s Sean McGuire will lead a virtual discussion with JPG’s John Geiling, and Marc Gluck on how JPG approaches drain cleaning, jetting, training and operations around commercial plumbing service.
With the webinar, attendees will receive a handout that contains information and links to all of the products that JPG uses in their operations for drain cleaning and jetting. This will include pricing so that contractors can help determine through their own business analysis the potential for their company.
The PCA Virtual Education Series is a seven-module case study with weekly sessions focusing on JPG Plumbing & Mechanical Services. Each module includes a video, an online discussion and handouts. The series is limited to MCAA, PCA and MSCA members and costs $400. Prior sessions can still be accessed after their live broadcast.
For more information, contact Sean McGuire.