Preparation, Planning and Prevention
We are Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors of the Sacramento Valley
2020 is not only a new year and a new decade, it’s also a new beginning for the PHCC of the Sacramento Valley.
We’ve seen major changes in the industry - from new technology creating efficiencies in business operations, to needing a strategic digital presence for reaching new, younger customers that search online, to watching our veteran professionals retire while facing a shortage of young adults entering the trade. We are facing these changes head-on in 2020.
With a revitalized board of directors and a new executive director, we’re providing a new approach to member networking events, online educational resources with a new website and expanding our marketing efforts for our contractor and affiliate members to leverage.
To contribute to the 138,000 technicians that are needed by 2022, we’re dedicated to providing young adults an accessible pathway to begin their career with proper training, mentoring and employment resources.
I’m excited about the events, programs and new partnerships we are forging and am honored to serve as your President during this time of change and revitalization.
David Bernhard, PHCC of Sac Valley President
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Each month highlights select local P-H-C companies that participated in and supported the 2020 Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Trade Show.
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Sacramento Valley’s Plumbing/HVAC
Plumbing/HVAC Latest News
2020 Plumbing-Heating-Cooling TradeshowFebruary 3, 2020
Modern Plumbing Standards in the Construction IndustryDecember 26, 2019
How P-H-C Employers and Owners Can Adapt to Today’s Changing Industry StandardsDecember 26, 2019
New Contracting and Employment Laws for 2020 – Member Dinner MeetingDecember 16, 2019
Protect Your Business From Distracted Driving
Distracted driving continues to be an epidemic, but it is not the only factor in vehicle crashes. There are three other major causes: speed, fatigue, and emotion, which are equally as important to address.
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