Alabama Plumbers & Gas Fitters Examining Board

Alabama Plumbers & Gas Fitters Examining Board State regulatory board responsible for consumer protection, and licensing of plumbers, gas fitters,
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‼️Fall Class Schedule‼️Please RSVP!October 2023 October 10th2021 Plumbing Code review 5-8pNorth Alabama Homebuilders Aca...
09/21/2023

‼️Fall Class Schedule‼️

Please RSVP!

October 2023

October 10th
2021 Plumbing Code review 5-8p
North Alabama Homebuilders Academy
3219 Long Ave SW,
Huntsville Al 35805
(Limited to first 16 to sign up, (205) 945-4857)

October 17th
2021 Plumbing practice test w review 1-4p
City of Montgomery
25 Washington Av
Montgomery Al, 361
(Limited to first 16 to sign up, (205) 945-4857)

October 18th
2021 Gas practice test w review 9-12p
1161 West Samford Av. (look for our sign)
Auburn Al, 36
(Limited to first 16 to sign up, (205) 945-4857)

October 24th
2021 Plumbing practice test w review 1-4p
Local 91 JATC
124 W Park Dr, Birmingham Al 35209
(Limited to first 16 to sign up, (205) 945-4857)

October 25th
2021 Gas practice test w review 1-4p
Local 91 JATC
124 W Park Dr, Birmingham Al 35209
(Limited to first 16 to sign up, (205) 945-4857)

November 2023

November 7th
2021 Fuel Gas Code review 5-8
North Alabama Homebuilders Academy
3219 Long Ave SW,
Huntsville Al 35805

November 14th
2021 Plumbing Code Review 1p-4p
City of Montgomery
25 Washington Av (1st floor class room)
Montgomery Al, 36104

November 15th
2021 Plumbing Code review 9a – 12p
Auburn University
1161 West Samford Av.
Auburn Al, 36849

November 28th
2021 Plumbing Code Review 1p – 4p
Local 91 JATC
124 W Park Dr, Birmingham Al 35211

09/20/2023

!! CLASS LOCATION UPDATE !!

The plumbing code class scheduled for 9/20/23 at NE Alabama Community College's Industry Training Center has been moved to another location on campus. It will now be held at 138 Alabama 35 Rainsville, Alabama 35986, Workforce Development Center, Room 132.

It is with great sadness that I share the passing of former compliance officer Paul McLamb. Paul was a veteran and was e...
09/06/2023

It is with great sadness that I share the passing of former compliance officer Paul McLamb. Paul was a veteran and was employed by the Alabama Plumbers & Gas Fitters Examining Board for 18 years. A friend to so many, he will be sorely missed by our staff, Board members and his peers. Prayers of peace and comfort to his family and loved ones.

https://www.ghbfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Arthur-Paul-Mclamb?obId=28919587 #/obituaryInfo

08/18/2023
11/29/2022

Classes tonight in Birmingham have been canceled

11/14/2022

❌❌ Class Relocation Update ❌❌

Our December 27th and 28th 5-8 PM classes have been moved from the Board Office to the Local 91, 124 W. Park Drive, Birmingham, AL 35211

11/04/2022

❌❌REMINDER❌❌

License Renewals Began October 1st.

You can renew online by going to www.pgfb.alabama.gov under the renewal tab. You will use the last 5 digits of your SSN to log in.

Also, if you are a business owner, your annual registration renewal can be completed by going to the website and selecting the business renewal tab.

You can also print your card from the online renewal portal.

Annual business registration and individual renewals that happen after December 31 are subject to late fees in addition to the annual renewal fee.

We will also be doing an all call 2-3 times during renewal season to share reminders and other important information. So please try to answer. Mailed out reminders will no longer be used.

Have a great weekend!

11/03/2022

❌❌CLASS SCHEDULE UPDATE ❌❌

November 2022 through January 2023 class schedule:

November 2022

Nov 8th
2015 Plumbing Code Test & review 6- 9 p
Parks Supply Company
4736 Commercial Drive NW, Huntsville Al 35816

Nov 9th
2015 Plumbing Code Test & review 5 – 8p
The Tallman Company
625 Veterans Drive, Florence Al 35610

Nov 15th
Gas Code review 9a – 12p
Auburn University
1161 West Samford Av. Auburn Al, 36849

Nov 16th
2015 Plumbing Code Test & Review 2p – 5p
City of Montgomery
25 Washington Av (2nd floor) Montgomery Al, 36104

Nov 29th
2021 Plumbing code review 6p-9p
216 Aquarius Drive Suite 319 Homewood Al 35209

Nov 30th
2021 Gas code review 6p-9p
216 Aquarius Drive Suite 319 Homewood Al 35209

December 2022

Dec 6th 2022
2021 Gas Code review 6p – 9p
Parks Supply Co
17616 HWY 72, Athens Al 35611

Dec 7th 2022
2021 Gas Code review 5p – 8p
The Tallman Company
625 Veterans Drive, Florence Al 35610

Dec 13th
2021 Plumbing Code review 9a – 12p
Auburn University
1161 West Samford Av. Auburn Al, 36849

Dec 14th
2021 Plumbing Code review 2P – 5p
City of Montgomery
25 Washington Av (2nd floor) Montgomery Al, 36104

Dec 27th
2021 Plumbing Code review 6p – 9p
216 Aquarius Drive Suite 319 Homewood Al 35209

January 2023

Jan 10th
2021 Plumbing Code review 6p - 9p
Parks Supply Company
4736 Commercial Drive NW, Huntsville Al 35816

Jan 11th
2021 Plumbing Code review 5p - 8p
The Tallman Company
625 Veterans Drive, Florence Al 35610

Jan 17th
2021 Plumbing Code review 9a – 12p
Auburn University
1161 West Samford Av. Auburn Al, 36849

Jan 18th
2021 Plumbing Code review 9a – 12p
Auburn University
1161 West Samford Av. Auburn Al, 36849

Jan 24th
2021 Gas code review 6p – 9p
216 Aquarius Drive Suite 319 Homewood Al 35209

10/25/2022

Class tonight at our office in Homewood is canceled due to likely severe weather. Plumbing class is rescheduled for Wednesday 10/26/22 3 pm to 6 pm and gas 6 pm to 9 pm at the same location, 216 Aquarius Dr. Ste. 319 Homewood, AL 35209

10/04/2022

Due to our instructor being under the weather, tonight's class at Parks Supply and tomorrow's class at Tallman Supply have been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience.

10/02/2022

October is month! For the entire month Ingram State will be highlighting fun facts about the construction trades offered at the college.

In 2022, four students from Draper Campus tested and passed the Alabama Plumbers & Gas Fitters Examining Board journeyman's test, earning their credentials as certified plumbers!

This would not be possible with out the assistance of Central Alabama Community Foundation. Funds awarded from the grant paid for the students credentials through the .

09/21/2022

Attention exam candidates:

We will be closing the window to apply for the exams based on the 2015 codes on September 30, 2022. Applications for the new exams based on the 2021 codes will be accepted beginning January 1, 2023.

This will allow all approved applicants for the old exams adequate time to take the exam before the end of the year.

Applications that are incomplete as of September 30, will need to reapply on or after January 1, 2023.

Again, if you have submitted a complete application packet along with a form of payment on or before September 30, you will still be able to take the current exam.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this transition may cause.

A new exam bulletin will be posted as soon as it becomes available to us.

We are excited about some of the new options we will be able to offer you, and we think you will be as well.

❌❌ATTENTION❌❌We have some great news to share with all of you who hold our Master Gas Fitter Certification.As of Septemb...
09/19/2022

❌❌ATTENTION❌❌

We have some great news to share with all of you who hold our Master Gas Fitter Certification.

As of September 12, 2022, a reciprocal agreement is in place with the Alabama Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board that allows you to obtain a license to perform LP gas installations without taking the exam.

Simply go to our website under the forms tab, select the license verification form, complete it and either the echeck or credit card authorization form for payment. Forms may be mailed, emailed, or faxed in.

Mail:
Alabama Plumbers & Gas Fitters Examining Board
216 Aquarius Dr. Ste. 319
Homewood, AL 35209

Email: [email protected]

Fax: (205) 945-0273

Forms:

http://www.pgfb.alabama.gov/Forms.aspx

Once you have received you license verification information, you can contact the LP Gas Board about reciprocation.

LP Gas Board website:

https://lpgb.alabama.gov/

All business information must be updated online under “Online Profile”. If you have any problems logging in or completing an online update, please contact our office at (205)945-4857.

❌❌Fall 2022 Class Schedule❌❌August 2ndPlumbing Code Review 6:00-9:00 pmLocal 91 JATC 124 W Park Dr, Birmingham Al 35211A...
08/01/2022

❌❌Fall 2022 Class Schedule❌❌

August 2nd
Plumbing Code Review 6:00-9:00 pm
Local 91 JATC
124 W Park Dr, Birmingham Al 35211

August 3rd
Fuel Gas Code Review 6:00–9:00 pm
Local 91 JATC
124 W Park Dr, Birmingham Al 35211

August 9th
Plumbing Code Review 6:00–9:00 pm
North Baldwin Utilities
100 Payne St, Bay Minette Al

August 10th
Plumbing Code Review 6:00-9:00 pm
Jon Archer Agriculture Center
1110 Schillinger Rd N Mobile Al 36608

August 16th
Plumbing Code review 9:00 am–12:00 pm
Auburn University
1161 West Samford Av. Auburn Al, 36849

August 17th
Plumbing Code Review 2:00 pm–5:00 pm
City of Montgomery
25 Washington Av (2nd floor) Montgomery Al, 36104

August 23rd
Plumbing Code review 6:00-9:00 pm
Parks Supply Company
4736 Commercial Drive NW, Huntsville Al 35816

August 24th
Plumbing Code review 5:00–8:00 pm
The Tallman Company
625 Veterans Drive
Florence Al 35610


September schedule 2022

September 7th
Fuel gas Code Review 6:00–9:00 pm
North Baldwin Utilities
100 Payne St, Bay Minette Al

September 12th
Fuel gas code Review 5:00–8:00 pm
The Tallman Company
625 Veterans Drive, Florence Al 35610

September 13th
Plumbing code review 6:00–9:00 pm
Parks Supply Co
17616 HWY 72, Athens Al 35611

September 20th
Plumbing Code review 9:00 am–12:00 pm
Auburn University
1161 West Samford Av, Auburn Al, 36849

September 21st
Plumbing Code Review 2:00-5:00 pm
City of Montgomery
25 Washington Av (2nd floor)
Montgomery Al, 36104

October 2022

October 4th
Plumbing Code review 6:00-9:00 pm
Parks Supply Company
4736 Commercial Drive NW, Huntsville Al 35816

October 5th
Plumbing code review 5:00–8:00 pm
The Tallman Company
625 Veterans Drive, Florence Al 35610

October 11th
Fuel gas Code Review 6:00–9:00 pm
North Baldwin Utilities
100 Payne St , Bay Minette Al

Oct 12
Plumbing Code Review 6:00-9:00 pm
Jon Archer Agriculture Center
1110 Schillinger Rd N, Mobile Al 36608

Oct 18th
Plumbing Code review 9:00 am–12:00 pm
Auburn University
1161 West Samford Av. Auburn Al, 36849

Oct 19th
Plumbing Code Review 2:00–5:00 pm
City of Montgomery
25 Washington Av (2nd floor) Montgomery Al, 36104

Oct 25th
Plumbing Code Review 6:00-8:30 pm
216 Aquarius Drive Homewood Al 35209 Suite 319

Oct 26th
Fuel Gas Code Review 6:00-8:30 pm
216 Aquarius Drive Homewood Al 35209 Suite 319

Please bring your code book to get the most out of our classes.

Some locations may have limited seating, so please rsvp by calling (205) 945-4857.

07/02/2022

Joining Different Pipe Materials With Push-to-Connect Transition Fittings

07/02/2022

Update on our class schedule: As we prepare for our transition to the 2021 IFGC AND IPC, we will be taking most of the month of July to update all of our training to reflect this change. We apologize for any inconvenience. Classes will resume in August. Our August and September class schedules will be prepared and posted on this page and our website www.pgfb.alabama.gov in the coming weeks.

Our office will be closed Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day.

Thanks for your support and happy 4th!

05/18/2022

Yesterday, COAA Board Members and members were honored to be a part of a proclamation signing ceremony where Governor Kay Ivey recognized May as Building Safety month in . As the proclamation reads, "our confidence in the resilience of these buildings that make up our community is achieved through the devotion of vigilant guardians - building safety and fire prevention officials, architects, engineers, builders, tradespeople, design professionals, laborers, plumbers, and others in the construction industry, who work year-round to ensure the safe construction of buildings." Thank you to each of you for your continued dedication to making buildings safe and secure!

04/19/2022

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04/19/2022

How well do you know the history of the plumbing trade in Alabama?

In case you're interested, here's the "reader's digest" version of Alabama plumbing history and how the PGFB came to be.

At the dawn of the twentieth century, much of Alabama considered the outhouse a dependable solution to the sanitation question. Yet, the new century brought new realities, and long before dripping faucets could plague most Alabamians, the state needed to experience significant urbanization, infrastructure development, and legislative investment. As these realities took shape, so did new associated trades like plumbing. While coalescing as its own vocation from similar tradecrafts, plumbing forged lasting alliances with the steam and gas fitting communities during these formative stages.

In addition to forging alliances, the fledgling plumbing community needed to develop and formalize trade standards. Fortunately, early organizations like the National Association of Master Plumbers of the United States of America (NAMP) excelled in cultivating plumbing trade knowledge. Founded in 1883, NAMP sought to shape the growing craft into a standardized profession by providing the space to present the latest findings and report on the progress of plumbing from all over the country. Plumbing representatives from Alabama became involved with NAMP within five years of the organization’s establishment, and subsequent years would see Alabama NAMP officers actively contributing to those conversations. At the 1907 NAMP National Convention, for instance, William Wilby of Selma, Dallas County, reported that:

There is no law governing plumbing or plumbers in his State as a State law; there is State and county license for plumbing. No examination [is] necessary, and only master plumbers are licensed. Inspection of plumbing work is not provided for, and no new laws are contemplated.

Wilby’s summation demonstrates that while licensing for plumbers may have existed in Alabama, standardized qualifications for this licensing did not. Yet, even as Mr. Wilby rendered his stark reflection of Alabama’s plumbing standards at the NAMP convention in Kentucky, the political inertia in Montgomery gave way to a steady momentum.

With so many rural Alabamians drawing on wells, the need for waterworks infrastructure remained marginal for most of the nineteenth century. While legislators had faced select water and plumbing challenges as early as the 1890s, they had responded with piecemeal solutions. For instance, in the 1892 session, the Legislature revised the charter for Demopolis, empowering city authorities to supply the city with water and to license plumbers and gas fitters; provided for a Board of Water Works in the city of Cullman, which they explicitly empowered to regulate plumbing therein; and established the Alabama Girls’ Industrial School (a women’s college which later became the University of Montevallo), whose curriculum included, “plumbing, and such other practical industries.” Later, in 1900, the Legislature additionally granted the authority to build, maintain, and regulate infrastructure and waterworks to the Cities of Ensley and Bessemer in Jefferson County and the City of Greenville in Butler County. These sporadic examples suggest that no consistent infrastructure development approach existed within Alabama beyond the municipal level.

These scattered instances heralded more significant challenges, which became evident as the Legislature increasingly fielded bills about infrastructure at large rather than plumbing specifically. Attempting to expedite infrastructure development, legislators in 1903 incentivized corporations to furnish public utilities. Alabama Act 1903-63 enumerates the substantial rights corporations would enjoy in developing for-profit waterworks, and Act 419 of the same session extended those rights even further for water-related enterprises organized to produce hydroelectric power. These acts provide little mention of how local governments figure into the operation, maintenance, or regulation of these enterprises. This would not remain the case; in time, Alabama would come to assert more control over these private interests.

The 1907 Code of Alabama afforded significant expansions of authority to municipalities, among them the power:

To prescribe the location and manner in which drainage from private premises may be disposed of, and to prescribe the manner in which plumbing shall be constructed, and to forbid the use of the same while out of order, or defective, and may discontinue or forbid the use of sinks, dry wells, and surface closets, and may regulate and compel the connection of private or public premises with the sewer system of the town or city.

Since plumbing generally begins at water mains and stops at sewer connections, this legislation effectively authorized municipalities to compel the hiring of plumbers. What constituted a plumber, aside from usually paying a licensing fee, remained undefined in statewide legislation.

This notwithstanding, lawmakers first needed to enact measures to facilitate access to safe, affordable, and adequate water supplies; only then could Alabama’s leaders turn to face corollary challenges, like inconsistent plumber qualifications. By the conclusion of the 1915 session, the legislature had empowered two key government bodies that would help shape the prevalence of plumbing in Alabama. The Alabama Public Service Commission (formerly the railroad commission of Alabama) would regulate utility operations like water, gas, and electricity. More importantly the State Board of Health would exercise more explicit authority in regulating water quality and sanitation standards. In 1920, the “Alabama Public Utility Act” expanded the powers and jurisdiction of the Public Service Commission, and the 1927 “Municipal Public Improvement Act” consolidated and codified the powers of municipalities regarding the construction and maintenance of public improvements and betterments. With these acts and oversight bodies advancing infrastructure development, Alabama soon recognized the need to better regulate the trades associated with that growth–trades like plumbing.

While some Alabama municipalities had licensed plumbers as early as the late 1800s, those varying license mandates lacked a common set of expectations. Municipal licensing fees, like their qualification criteria, were also not standardized; if a plumber wished to practice in more than one city, multiple examinations and multiple licensing fees were required. There clearly needed to be a higher oversight authority.

Alabama first attempted to solve these issues via Alabama Act 1931-628, which created the Board of Plumbers Examination and Registration of Alabama. This first board consisted of five members (two master plumbers, two journeyman plumbers, and one state health officer); the Governor chose two of these five members. This legislation charged the Board to “provide for the examination, registration and licensing of master plumbers and of journeyman plumbers engaged, engaging or desiring to engage in the business or handicraft of plumbing within such counties and to fix the fees to be assessed of applicants for examination, registration and licensing.” Interestingly, the Board’s authority extended only to counties with more than 100,000 inhabitants. This restriction placed only two counties (Jefferson and Mobile) under the Board’s oversight; this may account for why Alabama Act 1935-472 was passed four years later, extending the Board’s jurisdiction to counties with populations greater than 80,000 inhabitants. It also boasted a larger, nine-member board (four master plumbers, four journeyman plumbers, and one state health officer), all of whom were appointed by the governor.

The end of World War II in 1945 permitted Alabama to shift focus to the domestic front. Dusting off much of the 1935 board language, legislators enacted Alabama Act 1949-529 to create a Plumbers Examining Board with statewide jurisdiction over examining and licensing plumbers. The Board’s scope remained unchanged until Alabama Act 1987-812 additionally charged the Board to oversee licensing of gas fitters in the state. This coupling made sense owing to plumbing and gas fitting’s longstanding professional association and similar tradecraft. The Board—now called the “Plumbers and Gas Fitters Examining Board”—operated under these statutes in conjunction with the original provisions of Alabama Act 1949-529 until 1989 when, per Sunset Committee review, the surviving provisions of Act 1949-529 were repealed and replaced by Alabama Act 1989-406. This new act modified the appointment process for Board members and revised journeyman system terms.

By 1996, the plumbing and gas fitting trades had witnessed increasing professional specializations. In this context, the Alabama Legislature differentiated general gas fitting from medical gas piping fitting, asserting that the latter warranted additional training and placing the associated testing and certification within the purview of the Plumbers and Gas Fitters Examining Board. This diversification meant increased responsibilities for the Board, but a lack of enforcement mechanisms hampered the fulfillment of those obligations. The Board’s principal enforcement mechanism was revoking individuals’ certifications when egregious violations occurred. To refine the Board’s enforcement authority, legislators passed Alabama Act 2015-496, which empowered the Board to issue fines of up to $2000 per violation. The authority to issue fines augmented the Board’s spectrum of sanctions, now spanning from modest fines to revocation of a licensee’s certification.

In addition to augmenting the disciplinary powers of the Board, Act 2015-496 also codified the roles of principal master plumber/principal master gas fitter and began the practice of entity registrations. These two amendments complement one another with the goal of curtailing unprincipled plumbing and/or gas fitting operations. Since such entities often dissipate naturally or in the face of disciplinary threat, so with them dissipates any collective accountability. By requiring plumbing and gas fitting business to register as a legal entity and employ a principal master plumber/principal master gas fitter, the Board could more readily identify illicit plumbing and gas fitting operations.

This same Act granted explicit freedom to the Board to “expend funds for purposes of public awareness of the board and its rules and regulations to include advertising, promotional materials, event exhibiting, and other means approved by the board.” It additionally allocates all money remaining at the end of each fiscal year exceeding 25 percent of the Board’s budget to be transferred to the Alabama Home Builders Foundation. While the first clause enables the Board to expend funds on recruiting individuals interested in trade careers, the second empowers the Board to assess the eligibility of plumbing and gas fitting apprenticeship programs applying for such funding.

As it has done for over seventy years, the Alabama Plumbers and Gas Fitters Examining Board continues to provide the necessary and thorough regulation required to ensure Alabamians enjoy the comfort, sanitation, and reliability afforded by highly skilled plumbers and gas fitters.

Note: The sources of this information can be found in the PGFB Records Disposition Authority maintained by the Alabama Department of Archives and History.

04/13/2022

❌APRIL AND MAY CLASS SCHEDULE❌

April 19th
Plumbing Review Class 2015 IPC code review
Auburn University
1149 W Samford Ave.
Auburn, Al 36832

April 21st
Fuel Gas Code Review 2015 IFGC
Dunn HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical
1535 Deltacom Rd
Anniston, Alabama 36207


April 26th
Plumbing Review Class 2015 IPC code review
Jackson Plumbing
4504 Hwy 31 South
Decatur Al 35603

May 2022
May 17th 9a – 12p
Plumbing Review Class 2015 IPC code review
Auburn University
1149 W Samford Ave.
Auburn, Al 36832

May 17th 1p – 4p
Fuel Gas Code Review 2015 IFGC
Auburn University
1149 W Samford Ave.
Auburn, Al 36832

May 24th 2022 5p-930p
Plumbing Review Class 2015 IPC code review
UA Local 91 JATC
124 W Park Drive
Birmingham Al 35211

May 25th 2022 530p-9p
Fuel Gas Code Review 2015 IFGC
UA Local 91 JATC
124 W Park Drive
Birmingham Al 35211

03/25/2022

❌Join us tomorrow in Oxford.❌

Classes are free of charge as always. Please bring a code book.

3/25/22 - Plumbing Code Review - 9am-12pm
Fuel Gas Code Review - 1-3:00 pm
145 Hamric Dr. E
Oxford, AL 36203

It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of former PGFB Compliance Officer Jim Norton's passing. Our thoughts and...
03/24/2022

It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of former PGFB Compliance Officer Jim Norton's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

Share Memories & Support the Family.

❌❌❌Happy World Plumbing Day!❌❌❌Thanks to all who have chosen the plumbing profession!!It's more than "hot on the left, c...
03/11/2022

❌❌❌Happy World Plumbing Day!❌❌❌

Thanks to all who have chosen the plumbing profession!!

It's more than "hot on the left, cold on the right, waste runs downhill and don't bite your fingernails". 😜

You are all key players in protecting our largest investments. The places that are where we eat, sleep, work and play. March 11, 2022 we celebrate you and the valuable service that only you can provide.

World Plumbing Day, March 11 is celebrated around the world to spread awareness of the importance of plumbing in protecting public health.

03/01/2022

❌❌❌UPDATE❌❌❌

Edited April 6.

NEW MARCH AND APRIL CLASS SCHEDULE

3/1/22 - Plumbing Code Review - 6-8:30pm
216 Aquarius Drive Ste. 319
Homewood, AL 35209

3/2/22 - Fuel Gas Code Review - 6-8:30pm
216 Aquarius Drive Ste. 319
Homewood, AL 35209

3/8/22 - Fuel Gas Code Review - 6-8:30pm
Jon Archer Agricultural Center
1110 Schillinger Rd. N
Mobile, AL 36608

3/9/22 - Plumbing Code Review - 6-8:30pm
Jon Archer Agricultural Center
1110 Schillinger Rd. N
Mobile, AL 36608

3/15/22 - Plumbing Code Review - 9am-12pm
1149 W Samford Ave.
Auburn, AL 36832

3/22/22 - Plumbing Code Review - 6-8:30pm ❌RESCHEDULED❌ 4/10/22
Parks Supply Co. Inc.
4736 Commercial Dr NW
Huntsville, AL 35816

3/25/22 - Plumbing Code Review - 9am-12pm
Fuel Gas Code Review - 1-3:00 pm
145 Hamric Dr. E
Oxford, AL 36203

3/31/22 - Fuel Gas Code Review - 6-8:30pm
Jackson Plumbing Co,
4504 Hwy 31 S
Decatur, AL 35603

4/5/22 - Fuel Gas Code Review - 6-8:30pm
216 Aquarius Drive Ste. 319
Homewood, AL 35209

4/6/22 - Plumbing Code Review - CANCELED DUE TO EXPECTED SEVERE WEATHER
216 Aquarius Drive Ste. 319
Homewood, AL 35209

4/12/22 - Plumbing Code Review - 6-8:30pm
Parks Supply Co. Inc.
17616 US 72
Athens, AL 35611

4/19/22 - Plumbing Code Review - 9am-12pm
1149 W Samford Ave.
Auburn, AL 36832

4/21/22 - Fuel Gas Code Review - 6-8:30pm
Dunn's HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical
1535 Deltacom Dr.
Anniston, AL 36207

4/26/22 - Plumbing Code Review - 6-8:30pm
Jackson Plumbing Co.
4504 Hwy 31 S
Decatur, AL 35603

To get the most out of our classes, please bring your 2015 Code Books, a pen, a highlighter and notebook.

Classes are free to all!

Please call (205) 945-4857 to rsvp.

02/10/2022

❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌

Please share with every plumber who has recently taken and passed any of our certification exams, or plans to take an exam.

By law Individuals who pass an exam have 90 days to become certified. Because it is law, we cannot process any request to become certified after that time limit. Unfortunately, those who do not become certified within the allotted time will have to retake the exam.

Please note that when you pass an exam your paperwork from PSI provides this information. It is also in your exam packet.

We know that you invest valuable time, effort and money into taking these exams and we want to help you protect these investments.

If you have questions about exams, please contact the board office at (205) 945-4857

02/09/2022

UPDATED TRAINING DATES!

After a long hiatus, PGFB training is back! We are excited for all of you to meet our new instructor, Bill Tomlin. He is a very dynamic instructor who will engage everyone in the room to help them develop an understanding of how to use the code. To get the most out of our classes you will need to bring a pen, highlighter and 2015 code book.

This is free training, open to everyone. The only thing we ask is that you call (205) 945-4857 and rsvp as seating at most locations is limited. Please leave a phone number in case of a cancellation. We respectfully request that you do NOT attempt to rsvp by Facebook or Messenger.

Fuel Gas Code Review- 2/9/2022 6:00-8:30 pm - Tallman Co., 625 Veterans Drive, Florence, AL

Plumbing Code Review- 2/15/2022 6:00-8:30 pm - Jackson Plumbing, 4504 Hwy 31 S, Decatur, AL

Plumbing Code Review- 3/15/2022 6:00-8:30 pm - Auburn University Campus, 114 West Samford Ave. Auburn, AL
Must RSVP LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE

Plumbing Code Review- 4/19/2022 6:00-8:30 pm - Auburn University Campus, 114 West Samford Ave. Auburn, AL
Must RSVP LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE

Plumbing Code Review- 5/17/2022 6:00-8:30 pm - Auburn University Campus, 114 West Samford Ave. Auburn, AL
Must RSVP LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE

We look forward to seeing you all there!

01/26/2022

Interested in starting a lucrative career in pipefitting? 👩‍🏭 👨‍🏭 🧑‍🏭

Calhoun Community College is offering a pipefitting course starting February 4th, and students will be connected directly to area employers! Registration is open through February 2nd, but there are only a few seats remaining!

Register today: calhoun.edu/pipefitting

01/04/2022

More classes to add to the training schedule.

2015 Fuel Gas Code Review - 1/21/2022 8:00-10:00 am - John Archer Agricultural Center, 1070 Schillinger Rd. N, Mobile, AL 36608

2015 Fuel Gas Code Review - 3/8/2022 6:00-8:30 pm - John Archer Agricultural Center, 1070 Schillinger Rd. N, Mobile, AL 36608

2015 Plumbing Code Review - 3/10/2022 6:00-8:30 pm - John Archer Agricultural Center, 1070 Schillinger Rd. N, Mobile, AL 36608

Please call (205) 945-4857 to rsvp.

Address

216 Aquarius Drive Ste 319
Homewood, AL
35209

Opening Hours

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State Fire Marshal Scott Pilgreen, (Alabama Fire Marshal's Office), joined by Bob Herbert, Alabama Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors),
and Jimmy Morgan, Alabama Plumbers & Gas Fitters Examining Board, addressed the inaugural class of the Alabama Residential Fire Sprinkler Installation course for plumbers this morning. This course this week is being taught by Roland Asp, National Fire Sprinkler Association - NFSA.

Any updates on Journeyman Gas Fitter classes in Huntsville?
Any Licensed Journeyman or Master Plumbers in Central North Alabama (Marshall Madison County Area) looking for Employment.

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