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Carter Plumbing announces Kelson Carter has recently passed the Journeyman Plumbers Exam, along with the Plumbing Contractors Exam.

Kelson Carter is now a Licensed Plumber in the State of Indiana.

It’s not an easy task becoming a Licensed Plumber!  Carter’s My Plumber is proud to announce that 3rd Generation, Kelson Carter, has successfully passed the state plumbing exam to earn the status of Licensed Plumber.  Carter’s My Plumber has a special menu of services designed to meet the needs of every homeowner to provide a complete solution to their home’s plumbing system. With over 30 years of plumbing experience, their trained plumbers meet the plumbing need of every residential and light commercial need.

Kelson Carter completes Apprenticeship training:

Kelson Carter graduated in May (’13) from a four year apprenticeship program at Mechanical Skills Trade School in Indianapolis. The State of Indiana classifies an apprentice plumber as an individual “who is learning the plumbing trade; and is under the direction and immediate supervision of a licensed plumbing contractor or a licensed journeyman plumber.” Indiana law specifies that an apprentice plumber must be licensed in order to perform plumbing work. In order to sit for the state of Indiana journeyman plumber examination, an apprentice must provide evidence they have completed at least four years in an apprenticeship program approved by the State. The apprenticeship program requires four years to complete, and 576 classroom hours. The remainder of the training requires 7600 On the Job Training Hours.

Kelson Carter passes the Journeyman Plumber & Plumbing Contractor Exam:

Kelson has just taken and passed the state exam for the journeyman plumber and plumbing contractor in the State of Indiana in July. The Indiana Plumbing Commission regulates the plumbing exam for journeyman plumbers and plumbing contractors. It is necessary to be a licensed plumbing journeyman or contractor in order to perform plumbing work in the state of Indiana. Candidates requesting to take the plumbing exam must have their application for examination reviewed and approved for eligibility by the State Plumbing Commission. The apprenticeship requirements are mandatory in order to sit for the State exam.

Kelson is the 3rd Generation of Plumbing Contractors in the Carter Family:

Kelson, has completed his apprenticeship training, passed the state exam to receive his certification and it his desire to follow his father and grandfather’s legacy in the plumbing business. Kelson makes the business a 3rd generation company, which is a rarity. Only 12% of businesses ever make it to the 3rd generation. Carter’s My Plumber provides plumbing service to the Indianapolis Metropolitan area.