Plumbing companies have been declared essential services by the various government agencies in our market area.  

We have decided to stay open during this crisis as we feel strongly about protecting customers health.  (How would it be if a sewer backed up in a basement and a person had to live with that until this is over? Or you have no hot water to wash clothes or bathe?)

In order to protect our customers and our employees, we are doing the following:

  • wearing protective masks, disposable gloves, shoe covers
  • sanitizing driver compartment, hands and doors after each service call and prior to proceeding to the next call

Your plumber will arrive in sanitary condition and will do everything humanly possible to keep you safe.

If an employee is experiencing symptoms such as shortness of breath, coughing and fever, they will remain at home and seek medical attention.

The motto of the American Plumbing Industry is “The Plumber Protects The Health of The Nation.”  We take this very seriously here at Yes! Plumbing in order to insure that our State Licensed plumbers keep you healthy (and happy).

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