Business owner Scott Tucker has recently announced a new home plumbing course open to the public. Never Be Bored to host online registration and preview course content.
Louisville, KY -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/06/2015 -- In an upcoming article, Never Be Bored will preview plumber Scott Tucker's new live and online course. The course will feature over nine hours of video along with photos and written instructions. Tucker will work hands on throughout all projects to work with homeowners with little experience. The course begins next month.
"Tucker definitely has all his ducks in a row with this one," says Rich Setters of Never Be Bored. "He was incredibly organized and well spoken when we got together a few months ago. Needless to say we had a smooth and enjoyable time putting this program together with him. We think this will really help the average person saving money with small home repairs they can easily do themselves after taking this course."
The class will include installation and repair of sinks, toilets, and other piping throughout the home. Tucker will show students how to inspect pipes and seals to help stop potential problems before they start.
"I really just wanted to help out new homeowners with some basic skills," says Tucker. "There are so many things people can do on their own without hiring an expensive repairman. Granted there are things out of reach, but those are the exception not the rule. I hope this course will help people save some money while learning a new skill in the process."
About Scott Tucker
Scott Tucker is a licensed plumber and contractor based out of Yardley, PA. He has 15 years experience in the field and has worked with both public and private companies over that time. He currently has his own business focusing on private residential clients.
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