The plumbing and mechanical industry is changing quickly, and the biggest catalyst of that change is technology. New products are coming to market, the Internet of Things is influencing product design, and connectivity is becoming less of a novelty and more of a commodity.
Peter is a true asset to our company. He is a very conscientious worker who comes to work every day with a positive attitude. Peter goes out of his way to help each of his customers, every day; he is professional, courteous and sympathetic to our customers and their needs.
Founded by a U.S. Army veteran and currently owned by a Marine Corps veteran, All Types Plumbing and Drain has been serving Utah’s Tooele Valley and Salt Lake City Valley since 1992. And now, the company’s vehicles reflect its proud legacy of service to both country and community.
The AHR Expo is returning to Atlanta this month for the first time since 2001, and show organizers and exhibitors are anticipating a show chock-full of the newest innovations in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, plumbing, radiant and hydronics, building automation, and more.
While it is mere chance that Dan Hartsough’s and Richard Hart’s surnames both begin with “Hart,” it is no coincidence they are in business together — and that their business, Harts Services in Tacoma, Washington, is thriving.
Food waste disposers, which grind and shred food waste so it can pass more safely through plumbing systems, are present in three out of four homes built within the last two decades in the U.S., according to the U.S. Census Bureau.