Only Hire Licensed Pros!

Homeowners should only hire licensed plumbing, HVAC and electrical contractors. It’s the LAW!

There are unlicensed people doing workmanship in the Plumbing, HVAC and Electrical Profession. The consequence is unsafe conditions posed to the public, along with lowering the bar of standard, and making it hard to attract new, quality talent. Not to mention, it’s against the law to perform Plumbing, HVAC and Electrical work without the proper license.

Just like a firefighter, nurse, doctor, or policeman must be licensed, so must a plumber, HVAC technician, and electrician.

Proper education and training for Plumbers, HVAC technicians, and Electricians protects homeowners from hazards when it comes to proper plumbing installations, HVAC ventilation, and secure electrical wiring. The health and environment of nations is protected from disasters such as unsanitary water conditions, Freon and gas leaks in ventilations systems, and electrical fires from improper circuitry.

Listed below are examples of the critical need for Proper Licensing in the trade industry:

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PHCEid has created a Certification Program to unify our industry and build public awareness so that Homeowners know to look for the Certification Mark on the Contractor being hired. This Certification Mark signifies a Contractor is properly licensed to perform the work.

The PHCEid Licensed Certification Program has been developed to assist YOU, the Contractor, in representing our profession, and to protect the Professional image of all Licensed Plumbing, HVAC and Electrical Contractors. The Mark represents standards of excellence for Licensed Plumbing, HVAC and Electrical professionals, and demonstrates the commitment to upholding these standards. We have all worked very hard to achieve our Licensing, and we need to stand unified to protect this important level of excellence.

Advocate for Licensing is an advocate for the Plumbing, Heating, Cooling and Electrical contractor to properly identify their licensed status for public awareness. Professional Contractors have the license or certification to work in homes and businesses. Without the proper certification and licensing to become a skilled trades professional, it compromises the integrity the trade industry. The contractors listed on the website 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. Get more information at or call 844-954-2367 today!