The NJ State League of Master Plumbers was founded in 1930 by a small group of plumbers, who thought that the industry, their profession, and their customers should be protected. In 1931 they incorporated and formed The New Jersey State League of Master Plumbers, Inc., the largest league of Master Plumbers in the nation. From our original members The New Jersey State League of Master Plumbers has grown to an organization of over 25 local associations representing Master Plumbers throughout the State of New Jersey.
If you are a New Jersey licensed Master Plumber, we encourage you to join us. A membership support page has been constructed for easy access to resources. You may simply click here to email our membership chairman for an application or membership information.
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Unlicensed Work – Crime of the 4th Degree Governor Christie has signed Assembly Bill 4317, sponsored by Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (D-Hudson) into law, which makes it a crime of the 4th degree to engage in HVACR or plumbing contracting or advertise for HVACR or plumbing contracting work without being licensed. The usual punishment for […]
The next regular meeting of the New Jersey State League of Master Plumbers, Inc. will be:
Thursday Febuary 1st 2018
Hosted by the Camden County Master Plumbers Association
1750 Clements Bridge Rd
Deptford NJ 08096
Dinner 6pm —Meeting 8pm Sharp
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