Justin Hoyt joined our team the first of October 2016 as a third year apprentice, and we are so glad he did. Justin has good experience as a Service Plumber and as a Construction Plumber, two important areas in our business.
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, who came to work for TVPD at the first of the Summer to try out plumbing. He has decided that he loves working here so much that he is going to Online High School for the next couple years so he can continue to work and study the plumbing profession.
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.
Brian Gladhart joined TVPD in March 2016 after 17 years as a journeyman plumber in a mobile home factory. He has been a great addition to our Construction Crew and we are grateful to have Brian as part of our team of fantastic plumbers.
Treasure Valley Plumbing and Drain Cleaning’s Truck #8 got an upgrade this week. The old pipe rack was falling apart and becoming dangerous, so we replaced it with a newer BSU Blue, powder coated pipe rack.
National Administrative Professionals Day Yesterday, April 22, 2015, was National Administrative Professionals Day. Here at TVPD, all the ladies in the office were treated to lunch and a bouquet of flowers. We have very thoughtful bosses and greatly appreciate their kindness.
In March 2014, Treasure Valley Plumbing and Drain Service acquired Lawnkeeper’s Backflow Testing and now Robert Torres, who was Lawnkeeper’s Backflow Testing Tech, is doing all of our Backflow Testing.
Treasure Valley Plumbing & Drain Service serves clients in the Idaho communities of Caldwell, Cambridge, Council, Cuprum, Fruitland, Homedale, Indian Valley, Letha, Middleton, McCall, Midvale, New Meadows, New Plymouth, Notus, Parma, Payette, Roswell, Sand Hollow, Weiser, and Wilder, in the counties of Adams, Canyon, Gem, Payette, Washington, and Valley, and the Oregon communities of Adrian, Brogan, Harper, Huntington, Jordan Valley, Juntura, Nyssa, Ontario, and Vale, in Malheur County.