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Plumbers 911 Safety Measures:

Our plumbers are trained to follow
your local safety guidelines
About Plumbers 911

Plumbers 911 is a referral service for trusted, local plumbing contractors and technicians.

We are not a big nation-wide chain of poorly trained “guys with wrenches.” Instead, we have created a network of certified local plumbing professionals who own their own companies in your neighborhood, and understand your unique plumbing needs.

You Can Trust the Plumbers 911 Expert Contractors in Your Community.

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COVID-19 Plumbers
911 Safety Measures

*Frequent cleaning of our hands.

*Avoiding close contact with homeowner and practicing social distancing.

*Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and equipment that plumbers come in contact with during our visit.

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Background Checked
& Drug Tested

We require our technicians to submit to a rigorous background check before they can participate in our network.

They also agree to undergo routine drug testing.

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All Licensed & Insured
Expert Plumbers

We have 24/7 national plumbing professionals that are licensed and insured to guarantee that the job gets done correctly. When you talk to one of our contractors, you know that they are certified to handle the job at hand.

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