Salt Lake Plumbing and Drain Services Extends Coverage to Park City and Tooele

Locally owned Stallion Plumbing and Drains continues to focus on drain cleaning, water heaters, general plumbing repairs, garbage disposals and plumbing fixtures as customer service area grows.

Salt Lake City, United States - February 27, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Stallion Plumbing and Drains, a SLC, Utah-based plumbing and drain services company boasting more than 60 years of experience in the industry, has extended its customer service area reach to encompass residents of the Park City and Tooele districts of SLC. The business will continue to focus on drain cleaning, water heaters, general plumbing repairs, garbage disposals and plumbing fixtures, all while offering extremely competitive pricing – a tactic Stallion has become famous for.

“We’re now adding Park City and Tooele to our already-sweeping service area, a geographic region that includes Salt Lake City, Kearns, Sandy, West Jordan, South Jordan and Riverton,” says Alex Sibilla, owner of Stallion Plumbing and Drains. “As a local business that provides a professional, prompt and reliable experience, Stallion treats every customer like a member of our own family, exuding a passionate desire to continue business relationships for years into the future. It is our sincere hope that clients in our extended service region share in that experience as we strive to bring them only the very best in plumbing and drain solutions.”

For more information visit https://stallionplumbingsaltlakecity.com/plumbing-repair-salt-lake-city/

In the area of plumbing services, Stallion provides response for leaking showers and faucets in bathrooms, all types of kitchen plumbing, bathroom remodeling and other renovations, all types of leakage repair, gas or water pipe installation/repair/replacement, sewer line repair, dishwasher installation/repair/maintenance and water heater repair/installation/maintenance, all in addition to toilet installations, repair services and more.

Drain solutions as offered by Stallion include kitchen sink clogged drains problems, bathroom sink drain problems, shower and tub drain issues, rooter service, toilet and floor drain backups, downspout drains and sewer camera inspections.

Over the last few years, Stallion Plumbing and Drains has become the first choice for local home and business owners looking for quality plumber services in the Salt Lake area at affordable rates, the business employing technicians who can not only be trusted to get the job done right but who can supply the peace of mind that customers are getting a professional approach at a competitive price. The pros at Stallion boast the knowledge, experience and tools to ensure plumbing systems in homes and businesses are running smoothly so owners can get back to everyday life; these highly-skilled and licensed plumbers are prepared to tackle an array of plumbing issues with skill and precision, according to Stallion representatives, a prime reason why the business has become the go-to name in the greater Salt Lake area.

Because drains represent a key operational component with regard to different plumbing systems, they see a great deal of use and are prone to experience problems – in addition to accidents, clogs and more. Stallion technicians are equipped with state-of-the-art tools for every clogged drain project, always respecting customers’ homes and their cleanliness to achieve the ultimate in customer satisfaction.

Stallion Plumbing and Drains is located at 4956 West 6200 South #304 in SLC and can be reached by calling (801) 797-1090. For more information visit their website cited above.

Contact Info:
Name: Alex Sibilla
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Organization: Stallion Plumbing and Drains
Address: 4956 W 6200 South #304, Salt Lake City, UT 84118, United States
Phone: +1-801-797-1090
Website: https://stallionplumbingsaltlakecity.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88948042

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