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Answering Calls While Office is Closed to the Public

March 25, 2020

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. so please feel free to call. We are doing what we can to help avoid the spread of Coronavirus but still provide our plumbing services. If you have a plumbing issue, we are happy to send a crew to you. However, please keep in mind our plumbers have families to go home to as well. So if anyone is sick or been exposed in your household, please let us know ahead of time. If its...

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Plumbers Protect the Health of the Nation

COVID-19 Plumbers Identified as Essential Critical Workers

March 21, 2020

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 are here to help you. Plumbers are identified as ‘Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers’ in Guidance for Response to COVID-19. Read about it here: https://www.phcppros.com/articles/11073-white-house-identifies-plumbers-as-essential-critical-infrastructure-workers-in-guidance-for-response-to-covid-19 We are here for you.

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OUR CREW AND FLEET OF SERVICE TRUCKS

Growing the Business with Diversification of Services and Teamwork

April 24, 2019

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 take notice. When you add in work ethics, family, and training, you have a winning combination. Recently, Treasure Valley Plumbing and Drain Service was featured in the May 2019 issue of Cleaner Magazine, a publication for and about plumbers and drain cleaners professionals. In the article, A Tightknit Team Diversifies its Services, Jerry Robinson, a co-owner of TVPD, relates how cross-training the employees and utilizing two-person crews allows for a larger number of crews to...

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Staff of TVPD

Spotlighting Our Employees on Facebook

August 15, 2018

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. Pulling the Curtain Back on Our Company Please check out our Facebook page to learn more about Treasure Valley Plumbing and Drain Service and our employees, and how we can help you with those nasty plumbing problems and drain cleaning issues.

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Service Truck No. 10

Service Truck No. 10 Getting Ready for Service

August 12, 2018

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. Service Truck #10 Is Equipped to Handle Nearly Every Problem Service Truck #10 is equipped with two drain cameras, three drain cleaning machines, and the plumbing parts and supplies necessary to handle...

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Plumbers Protect the Health of the Nation

Plumbers Protecting the Health of the Nation

August 1, 2018

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. The Importance of Sanitation to Plumbers American plumbers adopted the slogan, “The Plumber Protects the Health of the Nation” in the early 20th Century, as a reminder to the public of the importance of sanitation that the plumbing profession provides. The importance outweighs the greatest medical milestones and breakthroughs in...

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Journeyman Plumber Achievements

July 1, 2018

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. A journeyman plumber has completed at least a 44-year apprenticeship program required to work alone. Additionally, they must pass an examination that tests their plumbing knowledge and training. Journeyman plumbers are licensed to work with water and drainage systems in residential and commercial settings. This includes installing and maintaining sewage disposal and gas lines, as well as kitchen, bathroom and laundry fixtures or appliances. Additionally, a journeyman...

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Staff of TVPD

Our Business is About Helping Others

May 1, 2018

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. We have grown tremendously over 33 years. Around 2012 we began working tirelessly with a business coach to guide us through every aspect of our business. Sure, our business size has changed. We now have 16 employees, 4 service trucks and 2 pumping construction crews. But our business growth goes beyond us,...

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Gift of a John Deere Tractor made from cans and candy

John Deere Tractor

October 11, 2016

This Fall, we sponsored a young girl, Ashlyn, at the Payette County Fair for her market Goat. Ashlyn 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.  Very cute! Thank you, Ashlyn. Save Save Save

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Eric Ramirez – Plumbing Apprentice

August 31, 2016

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 basketball and football. Eric went to Weiser and Payette High Schools. Eric came to work for TVPD at the first of the Summer to try out plumbing. He is 16 yr. old Junior in High School. 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. He lives in Payette with...

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