Podcasts can be a productive way to make use of your travel time each day between jobs. Being a successful plumbing professional requires a degree of problem solving skills, industry knowledge about the latest trends and practices, knowing how to attract new customers, as well as becoming proficient with the most up to date equipment used to perform the necessary projects.
There is a lot more to plumbing than clogged sinks, toilets, and tubs.
While mitigating these issues can be learned through on the job training, listening to first hand experiences on a variety of topics related to plumbing, both good and bad, can be educational, as well as entertaining.
Make the most of your down time and tune into some of these informative podcasts:
If you are the owner of a plumbing business, this podcast hosted by Richard Behney should be on your short list of “most listened to podcasts”. During each weekly episode, Behney, also known as the Million Dollar Plumber, speaks about a variety of topics as they relate to the business side of plumbing, most notably how to start & grow a business, good hiring practices, acquiring new customers, increasing your online presence, and so much more.
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The Heating & Plumbing Show
Each weekly episode, hosted by Andy Cam and Todd Glister who are based in the UK, averages approximately 25 minutes in length and consists of stories and helpful tips passed along through conversations with some of the world’s most successful plumbing professionals. Some more recent episodes focus on topics, such as “Are Heat Pumps Still the Future” and “Andy & Todd On Quotes & Estimates”.
PHCPPros: Off the Cuff
This podcast is not only just for plumbers, but is also geared toward professionals in the heating, cooling, and piping industries as well. Each quarterly episode averages 25 minutes in length and encompasses conversations with business leaders about current events, leadership, business challenges, and everything in between.