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President's Message: Spring 2018

As we look in the rear-view mirror of 2017, we can enjoy and be proud of all the achievements made by our association. Moving into 2018, our expectations are even higher and we are eager to take on new opportunities!

Throughout 2017, great topics were discussed at our monthly meetings that were very informative and valuable for members. Some of the topics covered were labor laws, preparing for the Paid Family Leave Act, different generations in the workplace, time keeping, becoming a dynamic sales leader and much more!

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About PHCC

The Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Contractors of Long Island is entering its 78th year as an organization of professional licensed master plumbers heating contractors and cooling contractors operating within Long Island. Membership consists of established businessmen who recognize the advantages of membership in a professional organization which represents the PHCC industry.

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September Meeting

Thank you to everyone who attended last night's meeting! It was a great turnout! We had informative presentations and had the honor of presenting certificates of appreciation to our members who volunteered for the Tunnels to Towers project. We will see everyone in October!


Sep 13, 2018

PHCC-LI Helps Build Smart Home for Purple Heart Recipient

PHCC joins forces with Tunnel to Towers Foundation to help build new Melville Home for Army Cpl. Chris Levi.

The Plumbing Heating and Cooling Contractors of Long Island (PHCC-LI), an organization comprised of Long Island's professional licensed plumbing heating and cooling contractors, helped to construct a new home for U.S. Army CPL Christopher "Chris" Levi (Ret.), who lost both legs and suffered major damage to his right arm and hand as a result of an IED explosion.

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Aug 30, 2018

Summer AC Maintenance, Energy Efficiency & Warning Signs

PHCC-LI offers summer air-conditioning system maintenance, energy efficiency and warning signs for homeowners.

On Long Island, many homeowners have central air conditioning systems installed in their homes. Due to the large investment in these systems, homeowners need to ensure that their HVAC units are continually operating properly and at their peak efficiency.

Failure to keep up with maintenance has the potential to cause damage to HVAC systems. In some cases, not keeping up with maintenance and regular cleanings may lead to system failure, expensive repairs or the need to replace equipment entirely.

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