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New Apprentice and New Plumbinator Team Photo

Our little family business is growing and getting better!

Welcome to our newest apprentice, Victor! 

Check out our new team photo.
Mickey - Owner and Master Plumber
Tim - Plumber and Mickey's son, with his wife Daisy
Victor - Apprentice and Daisy's Father
Jennifer - Apprentice
SteveO - Plumber
Shad - Plumber
Sandra - Office Manager and Mickey's Cousin
Not Pictured - Wendy, Marketing Manager and Mickey's Wife

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  1. Tim and Victor repaired my (pier and beam) leak today. Right on time, professional, friendly, and affordable! Couldn't ask for better service. I will recommend ya'll to everyone I know in need.

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