A Gallery of Plumbers: Contractors Out in the Field

This photo gallery features Plumber’s profiled contractors of the second half of 2018

A Gallery of Plumbers: Contractors Out in the Field

A crew from R.I.C. Plumbing of Lockport, New York, on a job site. R.I.C. Plumbing was featured in the November 2018 issue.

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With the company profile Plumber magazine features each month, we capture the work that plumbing contractors do through both words and pictures.

When photographers accompany contractors on job sites, far more photos are taken than are able to fit on the pages of the magazine. Earlier this year, we put together a gallery of “bonus” photos featuring the companies that had been profiled in the first half of 2018. Check out this new gallery of bonus photos featuring the companies that have been profiled in recent months.

Nate Duerr of R.I.C. Plumbing attaches a hose to a Ditch Witch 500-gallon vacuum excavator.

R.I.C. Plumbing crew members feed flexible pipe into a basement.

Frank Trumpet of Boston Standard Plumbing and Heating, featured in the June 2018 issue, works on a water heater installation.

Brothers Patrick and Andy Wallner of Wallner Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning in Redding, California, featured in the July 2018 issue, pick up supplies in their stock room.

Justin Allen, a journeyman plumber with Wallner Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning, shows off the tattoo that symbolizes his profession.

Plumber's apprentice Caleb Castle of Wallner Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning installs an 80-gallon electric water heater.

Bobby Scirica, owner of Dinosaur Plumbing in Tucson, Arizona, featured in the August 2018 issue, and employee Donn Coltrin work on a waterline replacement at a residence.

Bobby Scirica of Dinosaur Plumbing gets ready to sweat a final connection.

Linda Hudek, owner and operator of LH Plumbing Services in Fairfield, Ohio, featured in the September 2018 issue, works on fixing a bathroom pipe leak in the basement of a residence.

John LeFeber of L.D. Smith Plumbing in Indianapolis, featured in the October 2018 issue, works on a toilet repair.

Mark Lambert of L.D. Smith Plumbing cleans out a drain pipe with a Spartan Tool machine.

Chad Gaines of Pacific Drain & Plumbing in San Diego, California, featured in the December 2018 issue, prepares an inversion head at a client’s home prior to performing a relining job. 

Alex Hernandez, Tyler McNeil, and Chad Gaines of Pacific Drain prepare to begin the inversion process to reline a customer’s pipes from a small access pit in the driveway.


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