In his quest to improve customer service and increase the number of ‘bundled’ services offered by Younger Brothers Companies, Jim Younger III founded Younger Brothers Plumbing Company in 2005 and has been providing the Valley and beyond with best-in-class products and service ever since.
Having already established thriving framing and concrete companies, Jim saw value in adding plumbing to the mix, thereby combining, or bundling, three critical trades with an eye toward reducing cycle time and cost. Not only that, but since all three companies are part of the same entity, communication and cooperation between the trades is enhanced, which allows our plumbers firsthand verification of concrete slab engineering, hold-down anchor locations and plumbing penetration locations, as well the ability to personally engineer wood wall panels and roof trusses if needed.
While Younger Brothers Plumbing Company is geared to handle large scale building projects of any type or size (and is proud to have worked with some of the largest home builders and developers in the area), we also handle installations and repairs on a smaller scale, providing outstanding service to individual homeowners, landlords, apartment/condo tenants, etc., with the same dedication and respect we bring to the big jobs.
Above all, we pride ourselves on our customized approach to each and every job. We don’t believe in ‘one size fits all’ and we never take anything for granted. Whether your project is as large and complicated as multiple natural gas line installations for a new housing project or as simple as a leaky faucet, you can rest assured that our work is quality-engineered, honest, and always up to code. We use only the most energy-efficient products and materials available and we practice installation methods contained in the U.S. Green Building Counsel’s guidelines.
Call today to find out how our bundled services can simplify your next building project or let us help you solve an annoying plumbing issue. At Younger Brothers Plumbing Company, no project is too big or small!