Plumbing where no man has plumbed before!

It is true. If you may have ever gone through deserts, either for some desert safari or received an aerial view while flying over one, you might have spotted certain installations where quite a lot of pipes were laid out. These pipes are huge in size and might stretch through miles to the nearest city. Desert plumbing exists and so does a desert plumber, as they serve the all-important purpose of delivering and exporting gas from the on-site facility to the cities nearby.

Working in the scorching heat of the desert is never an easy task. There are very high possibilities that people might dehydrate themselves, faint or worse. There is no avoiding the heat that makes the deserts such an arid place to be. The plumber at works in the middle of these harsh environment work day in and day out. They install these massive gas connections from one end to the other. These plumbing jobs can often stretch over years as the desert is not the smoothest or the flattest of places. Maneuvering and readjusting the rather zig-zagged path of the pipe network, it might take them ages to lay them on solid foundations.

The plumbers and the engineers work in perfect synchronization because the lives of many others depend on this supply. Failure to complete duties on time would result in delays and pay cuts along with possible fines to the contractors as per the law. With a constraint, their race against the clock is more meaningful than ever which is why they work in the late hours of the night to ensure that these giant structures are erected and installed perfectly.

The plumber has made a mark in the most and the least expected places on earth. There have been many examples where plumbers were found to be working on rather odd localities stretching throughout history.