General Overview

Commercial plumbers perform repair and maintenance activities in a commercial setting. They are required to work independently and use a variety of tools and equipment to perform their job duties.

Following is an example of a typical resume sample for a commercial plumber which will work effectively while applying for plumbing job. Moreover, this cover letter for plumber job will also useful for applicants.


Commercial Plumber Resume Example


Ethan Lee

9022 Coopers Drive | Newark, DE 12347 | (922) 912-9999 | Email

OBJECTIVE: Seeking a position as a Commercial Plumber with Amway Constructions utilizing manual dexterity and excellent understanding of modern plumbing methods.

• Over five years of experience working as a Commercial Plumber
• Highly experienced in demonstrating expertise in plumbing and maintenance services
• Hands on experience in working effectively with a crew
• In depth knowledge of plumbing codes and relative procedures

• Knowledge of building blueprints and schematics
• Excellent knowledge of plumbing tools and equipment
• Outstanding problem solving acumen
• Ability to work independently under tight deadlines
• Solid eye-hand coordination

• Diagnosed and repaired an extremely complex leak that affected an entire office building for weeks before it was discovered
• Devised and provided a number of clients with services for preventive methods as part of an after sales service deal


Jan 2009 – Present
Naton Plumbing and Maintenance – Newark, DE
Commercial Plumber

• Install and maintain heating and air conditioning systems
• Repair sanitation systems and bathroom fittings
• Fit and maintain domestic appliances
• Provide preventive maintenance and emergency repairs
• Review building plans and specifications to determine plumbing layout
• Troubleshoot existing problems
• Install valves where necessary
• Test pipe systems for leaks or problems
• Perform scheduled maintenance services

Aug 2007 – Jan 2009
Shapiro & Duncan – Rockville, MD
Apprentice Plumber

• Attended apprentice classes and maintained OJT logs
• Worked under direction of journeyman and foreman to assemble and complete work

– Appropriate code (plumbing, HVAC)
­ – Read blue prints
­ – Uses to install plumbing/HVAC.
­ – Cut and thread pipe
­ – Sweat and solder pipe
­ – Tack-weld steel pipe
­ – Cut steel pipe with torch
­ – Fitting techniques


License Journeyman Plumber – 2010

High School Diploma – 2005