Springtime will soon be here. To that end, I thought of a list of plumbing things to be aware of when getting ready for spring […]
We are so grateful to find great local technicians to add to the team. These amazing technicians brave the weather and elements to serve the […]
Reminder for our customers: Remove the hoses from your outside faucets and put faucet covers on them. Close your foundation vents to prevent frozen pipe […]
New H2O Department Gets a Specialized Van Our new Ford transit van ready for service for our new H2O department. We are excited to add […]
In an effort to keep our workers and customers safe, we have closed our office to the public. We are still here answering phones etc. […]
HERE TO FIX YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS These are some strange and unprecedented times. The news is full of COVID-19 updates. Throughout it all, our plumbers […]
Making Changes To Serve Better When an Idaho plumbing business makes changes to best serve its customers and employees, that makes people sit up and […]
At TVPDD, we are very proud of our employees, their dedication to our customers, and their pride in their work. Once a week we will be spotlighting one of our outstanding employees on our Facebook page. You can learn more about our great employees by following the linked article to our website.
Treasure Valley Plumbing and Drain Service is currently in the last stages of preparing our new Service Truck #10 to get out on the road to service the Treasure Valley. This will be our fourth plumbing and drain cleaning service truck. With the high demand for service here in this great Treasure Valley, we are doing our best to provide our customers with the fastest and best service they deserve.
The importance of the plumbing profession is greatly misunderstood. In history, the Romans were credited with developing the first plumbing systems; however, it would be several more hundred years before scientists discovered the threat of the bacteria and disease that existed in the unfiltered water of the Roman public baths.
Treasure Valley Plumbing and Drain Service (TVPD) has had two Journeyman Plumbers graduate in the last year, Jeremiah Brown and Chase Neill, both of which started working with TVPD as 1st year Apprentices.
When we started our business in 1985, there was no way of knowing the effect that our small team could have. We began with a sewer and drain cleaning team of no more than 3 people and a single service truck and a septic tank pumping pump truck.
This Fall we sponsored a young girl, Ashlyn, at the Payette County Fair for her market Goat. She brought us this very creative gift as a Thank you. It’s a John Deere Tractor made out of Sprite cans and boxes of Mike & Ike candies.
The latest Plumbing Apprentice joining our team is Eric Ramirez, Michelle Alaniz’s son. He lives in Payette with his family and he loves to play […]
TVPD received another frantic call this last week from a Lady in Vale, who had accidentally dropped her very expensive diamond ring down her sink drain. Using a small piece of tubing with a hook on the end, our plumbers were able to get the ring on the hook and pull it back through the clean out.