Best Jacksonville Plumbers have announced that they will be sending representatives to attend the Indiana Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling Contractors Association (PHCC) Event that’s slated for October 2-4 2019. The two-day event, which will be held in Indiana, brings together professionals in the HVAC sector.
Since being formed in 1897 as a non-profit trade association representing professional plumbing heating-cooling contractors in Indianapolis, Indiana, the PHCC has been organizing annual meetings with members.
Best Jacksonville Plumbers is a reputable plumbing company that offers a wide range of plumbing services to its clientele. It provides emergency plumbing, water heater repair, repair, installation and repair of toilets, kitchen, and bathroom remodeling services, general service and maintenance of plumbing line, comprehensive drain cleaning service, detecting and stopping leaky faucets, and installation and repair of sump pumps among other things.
The company prides itself in having some of the most experienced plumbers who bring exceptional service and unbeatable prices. According to their website, they aim to remain the local go-to plumber of choice for the residents of Jacksonville. They intend to achieve this by consistently providing top-notch, customer-centric services.
As the leading plumbers in Jacksonville, BJP continues to provide its customers with superior and award-winning services that are hard to beat. In keeping with this rich tradition of innovation and unmatched customer service, the company will dispatch some of its professionals to attend the Indiana PHCC Convention to network and ensure that it remains updated on the latest developments within the industry. The company hopes that by sending representatives to participate in this convention, they will be able to get the best ideas, initiatives, and innovations to provide even more value to their customers.
The two-day event will see a host of topics discussed that aim to keep the high level of plumbing services. Keynote speakers expected to address the convention include The Old House’s Richard Tretheway and Connor Lokar (ITR Economics).
Additional information can be found here: https://www.iaphcc.com/convention