Best of 2017: The Year in Photos

Check out this selection of some of the best images that appeared in 'Plumber' magazine over the past year
Best of 2017: The Year in Photos

Interested in Sewer/Drain Cleaning?

Get Sewer/Drain Cleaning articles, news and videos right in your inbox! Sign up now.

Sewer/Drain Cleaning + Get Alerts

Over the course of a year and 12 issues of Plumber magazine, a lot of words are dedicated to the work that plumbers do to serve their customers. Of course, to best illustrate that work, it’s important that good photos accompany the stories. Here are some of the top photos of the past year.

Trevor Long of Ridings Plumbing in Springfield, Illinois, featured in the February issue, works on a new construction plumbing rough-in.


Plumbing apprentice Micah Judy of T’NG Plumbing, featured in the March issue, transfers water from a toilet tank alongside fellow T’NG employee Dennis Oquist as they prepare to replace a toilet in an Austin, Minnesota, home.


A.J. Lao of Cliff’s Classic Care Plumbing, featured in the April issue, sits in the cab of the company’s 1 1/2-ton 1957 Studebaker Transtar truck. The Sierra Vista, Arizona-based company distinguishes itself by incorporating a classic look with both its service trucks and uniforms.


Denny Kelley of Shelton Plumbing in New Kensington, Pennsylvania, featured in the June issue, uses a RIDGID SeeSnake to perform a camera inspection at a customer’s home.


Brad Schefer of Schefer Radiant, featured in the July issue, performs maintenance on a chiller system at Russian Hill Winery in Santa Rosa, California.


Tyler Caraway, a plumber’s apprentice with Scenic City Plumbing in Chattanooga, Tennessee, featured in the August issue, solders a shower valve in a crawl space. 


Apprentice Eric Walterman of Rozga Plumbing & Heating, featured in the September issue, solders a joint as he and others install new hot- and cold-water lines on the second floor of a Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, home.


Plumber’s apprentice Caleb Stockdale of Benjamin Franklin Plumbing in Northfield, Minnesota, featured in the November issue, prepares one of the company’s 2008 Mercedes-Benz Freightliner Sprinter 3500 vans before heading out for the day’s jobs.


Jeremy Stegle, owner of Stegle Plumbing in Anna, Illinois, featured in the December issue, feeds jetter hose guided by Josh Schlenker into the ground to clean out a sewer.



Discussion

Comments on this site are submitted by users and are not endorsed by nor do they reflect the views or opinions of COLE Publishing, Inc. Comments are moderated before being posted.