Plumber Finds a Better Way

Modified cargo trailer enables California plumber to operate more efficiently – and provides a power boost to boot.
Plumber Finds a Better Way
When Zach Peterson opened Sebastopol, California-based Exact Plumbing, he opted for a fully customized service trailer rather than a van. He says the trailer, which only cost him about $3,500, is far more efficient and flexible than a traditional service van.

When Zach Peterson started Exact Plumbing in 2006 with a pickup truck and a 12-foot Haulmark cargo trailer, another plumber predicted he’d switch to a truck or a cargo van within a year.

Good thing that plumber doesn’t moonlight as a fortune-teller, because a decade later,...

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