I remember when growing up fifty years ago, my family never needed to search for a good doctor, car mechanic, or plumber. We always used the same skilled and reliable people who had earned our trust through years of dependable service. They were always there to take care of us, and would never take advantage of our trust. They were skilled tradesmen who took pride in their work, and honored their customer's loyalty. We fully trusted them. I bring these same values that existed back then. I can promise you honesty, hard work, and quality. It's the only way I know to do business.

In the mid-70's, I was in middle management for an international airfreight company, at their headquarters in Seattle. I was doing well, but the stress finally wore me down. I was looking for answers, what to do with myself. I loved to build things around the house, and was considering finish carpentry. So, I joined a high school Building Trades class in Vermont. They built new houses from scratch. The students worked on every facet of construction- from framing, to sheetrock, preparing cabinets from rough-stock lumber, masonry and electrical and plumbing. None of the students wanted to touch the plumbing. I volunteered. Working with one other student, we handled everything from the heating and venting system, to drainage and water lines. I was challenged, and satisfied. When the water was finally turned on at the end of the project, there were no leaks in that house. That was it. I then trained under three masters licensed plumbers for the next five years, earning my first master plumbers license in 1986. I have been happily plumbing ever since.

"In Cleveland there is legislation moving forward to ban people from wearing pants that fit too low. However, there is lots of opposition from the plumber's union"
Conan O'Brien
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