About Us

Indiana PHCC is a not for profit trade association that represents the professional plumbing-heating-cooling contractor and affiliated manufacturers and suppliers in the state of Indiana.

Our Contractor Members

Our Associate Members

Our Mission

The mission of the Indiana Association of Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors (IAPHCC) is to advance member success by enhancing professionalism through education and training, and to provide leadership for the industry.

Our History

PHCC is the national trade association representing nearly 5,000 union and non-union plumbing, heating, and cooling contractors throughout the United States. Indiana serves as a state association within the federation. The national office was founded in 1883 and the Indiana association was formed in 1897.

Our Present

Indiana has eight chapters: Fort Wayne PHCC, Greater Indianapolis PHCC, PHCC-North Central Indiana Assn., Northwest Indiana PHCC, South Central PHCC, South Eastern PHCC, Southwestern PHCC, and St. Joe Valley PHCC. Local chapters are the grass roots of the organization and provide the primary contact with the member.

Our Training

Our plumbing contractor members have been trained through an apprentice program approved by the Office of Apprenticeship and Training, a division of the United States Department of Labor and the Indiana Plumbing Commission. Up to four years in apprenticeship is required to become a licensed journeyman.  A contracting firm offering services to the public must have at least one member holding a Contractor license. The license number must be displayed in the office, on the vehicle, and in all advertising.

Both our plumbing and HVAC contractors continue to receive training at meetings and our annual Leadership Summit.

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