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[QUOTE=igwood;2068068You need to be licensed and insured. Must know what your doing and reliable. If you are going to charge residential rates don't bother replying. I do several bathroom remodels each year as well as other projects requiring the need for a professional plumber.

I am confused here? I am not from your state, and do not know the rules/regulations/etc.! BUT you want a licensed/insured/professional plumber, that DOESN'T charge residential rates??

WTF is the difference here?? In my home town, a plumber that is a Master, with license, can do all of it, Residential of Commercial, just need to a file a plan with the county, permit thing pay the fee, and go from there! Correct me if I am wrong here the Burg' guys!

UNLESS you are doing plumbing in your OWN HOUSE, owned by you, live in it all well, THEN you can do your own plumbing, BUT still need to get a plan/permit!
 
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