If you're looking for trans friendly plumbers or plumbers for transgender people you're in the right place. TransFriendly lists thousands of businesses around the world over that welcome and support transgender and non-binary people, including specialists in trans friendly plumbing.
There are three main types of plumber;
licensed service and repair plumbers – These are plumbers who take care of minor repairs, such as leaking faucets, running toilets, or clogged sinks. These plumbers do not, however, perform major jobs such as installing water heaters or re-piping your home.
Licensed residential plumbers and plumbing contractors – these plumbers are qualified to perform major repairs and installations in your home. These could range from replacing toilets to re-piping your whole house. In addition to replacing and repairing faucets and toilets, these plumbers can create plumbing for renovations, home additions, and new construction. They can install waste disposals, hot water heaters, and even whole-house water filtration systems.
Commercial plumbers – Large office buildings, hospitals, and manufacturing plants have plumbing on a much larger scale than residences. These systems serve many more people at once than plumbing systems in homes. Commercial plumbers are licensed to provide installation and maintenance of complex plumbing systems in these larger buildings.
A plumber is a tradesperson who specialises in installing and maintaining systems used for potable water, sewage and drainage in plumbing systems.
Plumbers install and repair pipes that supply water and gas to, as well as carry waste away from, homes and businesses. They also install plumbing fixtures such as bathtubs, sinks, and toilets, and appliances, including dishwashers and washing machines. Experienced plumbers train apprentices and supervise helpers.
If you are not receiving water from your kitchen sink or shower, this is a sign you should hire a plumber to pinpoint and resolve this critical plumbing problem. Plumbing issues that may be responsible for the loss of water in your house include water line leaks, clogged pipes, or frozen plumbing lines.
Alongside this, most professional plumbers agree that a home’s plumbing system should be checked at least once every 2 years.
Plumbers signing our pledge have ensured that you can rest easy during your appointments. They will not allow any discrimination, and respect you with as much privacy and discretion as you need during their visit.
Our TransFriendly plumbers will be here to support you every step of the way, and help you with any services you may need.
Our TransFriendly plumbers will respect your true identity throughout their visit.. They are here to support you, and honour your choices.
Each business will be available to help you when you’re ready to change your personal information with them, just use their available contact information to find out more.
All offers and discounts are subject to individual businesses. If any businesses are offering them, you’ll find them on the company’s TransFriendly profile!
The TransFriendly pledge is a series of eight commitments that have been made by every business listed on TransFriendly. They guarantee that you’ll be treated with kindness, dignity and respect, and put real requirements on businesses to help and support you as you access their services. All businesses listed on trans friendly can be reviewed by trans and non-binary people, and we take any breaches of the pledge extremely seriously.
Getting more transgender and non-binary customers can help you to increase both the reputation and income of your plumbing business.
When you list your business with TransFriendly, you can engage with the transgender community as well as get the resources, support and training you need to give your transgender patients the best possible experience.