Better People. Best Practices
Welcome and thank you for taking the time to visit and learn more about Maine PHCC, or Maine Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors. Here you will find valuable information, learning resources, and a community of professionals dedicated to revolutionizing the plumbing and HVAC industry. PHCC advocates on members’ behalf, working directly with lawmakers to protect the plumbing and HVAC industry from unfair laws and overregulation. Let us serve as your gateway to keeping current with the PHCC community.
The Maine Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association is dedicated to the advancement and education of the plumbing and HVACR industry for the health, safety and comfort of society and the protection of the environment.
The Maine Association of Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors has been in existence for over 130 years. It was established in 1893.
Maine PHCC represents only licensed and professional plumbing and HVAC contractors in the PHC Industry.
Code of Ethics
• To consider our trade worthy as affording us distinct opportunities to serve society
• To improve ourselves, increase our efficiency and enlarge our service, and by so doing attest our faith in the fundamental principles of life, that we profit most who serve best
• To realize that we are businesspersons and ambitious to succeed; but that we are first ethical persons, and wish no success that is not founded on the highest justice and morality
• To maintain the highest ethical standards of advertising, pricing, selling, installation and service guided by the principles of honesty and integrity
• To promote the latest technological advances in the design, types and methods of installation of plumbing-heating-cooling systems; using equipment and materials complying with the standards recognized by this industry
• To enter enthusiastically into the association work–to give as well as take–and do our part in elevating the industry
• To support all progressive moves that are being carried out along the lines of trade extension, standardization and sanitation
• To conduct our affairs that others in our business will find it wise, profitable and conducive to happiness to emulate our example
• To follow and execute our work in conformity with federal, state, county and city building, safety, energy and water conservation, fire and housing codes; and refusing to be a party to any action that violates these regulations
• To promote conservation of water and energy to the public we serve through improved, adequate, safe, modern installation of energy efficient equipment
Pride In Our Past–Faith In Our Future