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  1. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    (To start with, my Spanish isn't that great. I probably speak intermediate level and never bother to conjugate. I feel the plumber capitalized on this. Read on) I had a plumber over to fix a leaking tap. To get it done, there is a number I call and they source for plumber around, who are...
  2. Canada Expat Forum for Expats Living in Canada
    Hi , I am new here in Mississauga. I am looking for a plumbing service to do some renovation works in my kitchen and bathroom. My neighbor suggested me this plumbing service called Brothers Plumbing ( www.brothersplumbing.ca ). Does anybody have prior experience with them? I have some serious...
  3. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hi all: I have been researching for options/quotes to get some work done in my kitchen. I will be moving next week to Paris and I need the cooker to be installed and allow for some extra sockets. The plumbing for the wash machine, requires to be set. Is there anyone that can recommend an...
  4. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi Im thinking of Applying for a WHV and travelling Australia for the year or as long as i can lost regarding money etc. It feels to me big/daunting and scary when you've no one to talk to you about it or answer your questions. Hence This post. There are a few questions i have so if they are...
  5. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Can anybody help, me and my wife are thinking of moving to perth in June. I am a plumber/gas fitter with qualification in Solar thermal and LPG. we qualify for state sponsored visa but it takes 9 months to complete and we dont want to wait that long so were going on a working holiday visa and...
  6. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi folks, am new here and getting ready to go to Australia ,am a fully qualified plumber with NVQ level 3 City & Guilds ( UK ) aged 41..am from Dublin Ireland .. Would appreciate any advice on visa and working in oz .. Have done a lot of reading and it seems my trade although wanted by Australia...
  7. USA Expat Forum for Expats Living in the USA
    Hello everyone, Im new to this forum stuff so please excuse any errors! Im Simon, 24 from Derby UK, married with 2 children. Im a fully qualified Plumbing & Heating Engineer with over 5 years experience in this field behind me. Ive been Gas Safe registered with the company i currently work at...
  8. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hi, Does anyone happen to know a good English speaking plumber in France? I'm not actually looking to have work done but I have a plumbing question. I have 4 radiators where someone has fitted thermostatic valves the wrong way around! It's causing quite bad water hammer. Apparently it's a...
  9. New Zealand Expat Forum for Expats Living in NZ
    Hi everyone, I'm a fully qualified plumbing and heating engineer and I am relocating to nz. From reading previous posts I understand that it is not easy or quick to gain the recognised quals for nz. Does anybody have anything positive to say about the experience. Are there job opportunities out...
  10. Portugal Expat Forum for Expats Living in Portugal
    Anybody know of reasonably priced, reliable plumber who could install gas boiler and also someone to help with minor building work and land clearing - Valenca/Ponte de Lima region? In late May/early June I'm coming down to do up my very small overgrown house and would appreciate any...
  11. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Does anyone know or has done their apprenticeship in Oz. I'm in an apprenticeship now and everything I'm seeing posted on how to apply for visa's seems really complicated. do you have to be sponsored or is there some other visa I can go on and not spend $7000 to get. any help is great thanks steve
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