South Carolina plumbing jobs are abundant, and we bring you the latest ones online.
To get a plumbing license in South Carolina, you must submit a completed Residential Plumbing license application with a documentation of an SC Mechanical Contractors license else the Master plumbing exam from the Municipal Association.
If you want to be a handyman, as per the classification of Residential Specialty Contractor, you don’t need a license to work in the state of South Carolina. But you will however need to register with the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation. A qualified handyman can easily tackle smaller projects that don’t require licensing as well as electrical and plumbing jobs that don’t need licensing. They can also install a toilet but not really changing the lines.
Whichever area you wish to focus on, you can note that the average salary for a plumber is $21.35 per hour in the state of South Carolina. The annual South Carolina plumbing salaries ranges typically between $46,714 and $61,445. This salary range can depend on the city and some important factors such as education, skills, experience, and certifications.
To know more about the latest jobs for plumbers, don’t forget to keep a check on our website www.plumbingjobs.com as we keep announcing the latest openings regularly.