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Innovative Plumbing Pros begins service in town

Valley residents who are in need of plumbing services now have another option as a new company is headed to town from over the hump.

Innovative Plumbing Pros, a plumbing contractor out of Las Vegas, has expanded its service to Pahrump. The company prides itself on being a locally owned and operated company, which they say allows them to offer top-notch service at an affordable price.

Owner Jose Corrales said the expansion was a natural step in the company’s and town’s growth over the years, noting that Pahrump’s population has increased from around 2,000 residents in 1980 to roughly 40,000 today.

“Pahrump is a growing community and it made sense for us to start offering service there,” Corrales said. “As Innovative Plumbing grows we want to offer services to neighboring towns and cities.”

Corrales said that they’ve done some work in town in the past, and were looking to create new business bonds outside of the company’s home city.

“We want to build relationships with areas around Las Vegas,” he said. Doing so has allowed the company to carry out business in Henderson, Green Valley, Boulder City, Summerlin and North Las Vegas.

Offering its services to commercial and residential customers 24 hours a day, Pahrump residents can rest assured that if they have a plumbing emergency any time day or night, Innovative Plumbing Pros will be available to take care of any issues that may arise.

As the company gets acclimated to Pahrump, all employees will travel from Las Vegas to town to carry out any work needed, but as business demand grows, the possibility is there for some staff members to relocate.

“We in the future, depending on business volume, might look into having some employees stationed in Pahrump,” Corrales said. “But as of now, they will just be traveling out there.”

To celebrate their arrival to town, Innovative Plumbing Pros are offering residents 10 percent off the purchase and installation price of an energy star-rated tankless water heater through the end of April.

Innovative Plumbing Pros offers several services including hydro jetting, drain inspection, leak detection, plumbing installation, repair and maintenance. So just about anything that deals with plumbing, Innovative Plumbing Pros are equipped to remedy your situation, no matter how big or small the job may be.

To request service or find out what Innovative Plumbing Pros is all about give them a call at 702-672-7567 or check them out online at www.innovativeplumbingpros.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/innovativeplumbingpros.

Contact reporter Mick Akers at makers@pvtimes.com. Follow @mickakers on Twitter.

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