Master’s test in KY

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      I need help. I am trying to find out if there is a place in Lexington, KY or Frankfort, KY that you can take
      your Plumber test. My husband has been working in this business for roughly 6 years and would like to see about getting
      his licenses. I have been search different web sites to find out if there was a place that he could look into about this.

      This may not be nothing you normally deal with but I am at a dead end and I don’t know where else to look. If you could
      give me a name or web site that I could pull up on this I would greatly appreciate it.


    • #288003

      Hi Barbara, I am a co owner of a plumbing discussion list with members from all over the country.

      I took the liberty of posting this question on my list and hopefully someone will respond.

      If your husband Or you would like to join other professionals in this field please just send me an E mail and ILL be happy to have you signed up.

      We have drain cleaners and Harold the heating GURU and plumbers like Bud who is FANTASTIC and some highly qualified folks on here. IM sure someone will have the information your asking for. Wish your husband Good luck from us.

    • #288004

      Write to Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction Division of Plumbing U.S.127 South Frankfort, Kentucky 40601

    • #288005

      Mrs. Powell, Here is a responce from one of my list members. I hope this works out

      Have Mrs. Powell contact me off list. Rod might not belive this but;
      yes, we do have licensed plumbers here in Kentucky, including Lexington.

      I can explain to her the qualifications/requiremets to take the

      Hope this helps.


    • #288006

      Barb: Behind every great man, there is a woman prodding him with a sharp stick.
      Don’t slack off with your encouragement or your husband may just keep putting off those things that need to be done in order to take the Masters Exam. Each State has different requirements of eligibility to sit for the test.
      Call the County Seat or the or the State Capitols’ information center and have them send you some printed materials that will help you on the road to securing the license. This World is in need of some good Tradesman, it is your ticket to a financial security as well as fullfilling employment for a mechanically talented person.
      Lots of luck….and keep on with the encouragement…Bud.

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