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Word from the Manager

Hey, I'm Mike Lamb and my role as plumbing department manager encompasses a wide range of responsibilities, which I have learned in my 40 years of experience. Starting my career as a 4th generation plumber in Michigan and now in South Carolina, I have been able to help Tens of Thousands of Customers and with each one I practice the Golden Rule in my work and relation with them. When I'm not working I enjoy visiting with my son and daughter, traveling with my wife, and playing golf with friends.

Specialized Work

  • Tankless Water Heater

  • New Construction Water/Drain Line Install

  • Gas Piping Installation

  • Leak Detection and Repair

  • Fixture Installations

Standard Scope of Work

  • Toilet Repair

  • Diagnostics

  • Sewer Line Repair

  • Water Line Repair and Replacement

  • Drain Cleaning Services

  • Water Heaters

  • Maintenance



  • Keep an eye on your utility bills, if they spike in price you may have a water heater problem

  • Running toilets may seem minor but even the most minor of leaks say 2 gallons a hour can add up to water waste of over 1400 gallons a month or over 17000 gallons a year. In tank toilet cleaners are detrimental to the plastic and rubber parts inside your toilet tank. 

  • Pay attention to your plumbing system, a noise, change in water pressure, slow drains. Early addressing of issues may keep a small issue a small issue. 

  • Freezing pipes are not a everyday issue in sunny South Carolina but if you’ve experienced this in the past leaving a faucet on should only be a temporary fix. Insulating water lines can add in protection and potentially make system more energy efficient.  

  • Locate and understand how to shut off main water to house. Locate your water meter and purchase a street key from a big box store. Also locate your gas shut off. We can assist in locating and showing you how turn off in a emergency.