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Smart Plumbers and Rooters Monthly Meetings

Once a month we have a mandatory monthly meeting here at Smart Plumbers and Rooters.   The meetings are usually scheduled very early in the morning.  These meetings involves everyone that works for Smart Plumbers and Rooters.  At these meetings we discuss any problems that have taken place during the month, safety issues, customer concerns, employee concerns and how we can improve our company and service.
 Our plumbers hard work never goes unnoticed and all plumbers are appreciated and thank by the owner for working so hard each and every day.  Each plumbers work is reviewed all  month  and in our meeting we announce one plumber for Plumber of the month with an award.
This is probably the only time that all the employee's gather here at the office at the same time. After the meeting we enjoy coffee and breakfast supplied by the company owner.  One of the biggest concerns this month was safety cause of the Corona virus.  Health is always a concern and is in the best interest for our employee's as well as our customers.  We are taking necessary precautions  to provide our plumbers with masks, gloves and hand sanitizer to ensure the safety of our plumbers as well as our customers.  We appreciate our customers for choosing Smart Plumbers and Rooters  as their plumbing company.

Always remember Smart Plumbers and Rooters here to take care of your plumbing needs.


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