Connect All Plumbing

3175 Paragrin Rd.
Eagle Mountain, UT 84005
(801) 653-3933
www.connectallplumbing.com
Contact: Larson, Kurt
Business Description: Connect All Plumbing was founded in 2004 by Master Plumber Kurt Larson. Licensed and insured to work throughout the state of Utah, Connect All regularly services areas including Salt Lake, Utah and Summit counties along the Wasatch Front. Owner Larson grew up on a ranch in southern Utah and enjoys time spent with family, riding horses and 4-wheeling in the deserts and mountains. With a strong appreciation of his Utah roots, Larson continues to build the business, keeping customer satisfaction high and operating with three core values that reflect the Connect All Plumbing motto: quality, craftsmanship and value.
In Business Since: 2004
Service Area: Salt Lake, Summit and Utah counties
On Angie's List Since: 3/27/2012
Warranties: YES
Free Estimates: We meet or beat our competitors bids
Office Hours: Mon 08.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Tue 08.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Wed 08.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Thu 08.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Fri 08.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Sat 09.30 AM - 05.00 PM, Sun Closed
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
(All statements concerning insurance, licenses, and bonds are informational only, and are self-reported. Since insurance, licenses and bonds can expire and can be cancelled, homeowners should always check such information for themselves.)
Senior Discount: 10%
Cities Served: Alpine | American Fork | Bingham Canyon | Brighton | Broadway | Central City | Cottonwood | Draper | Eagle Mountain | Federal Heights | Foothill | Glendale | Granger | Herriman | Holladay | Hunter | Kearns | Lehi | Lindon | Magna | Midvale | Millcreek | Murray | Orem | Park City | Payson | Pleasant Grove | Provo | Riverton | Rose Park | Salt Lake City - Downtown | Sandy | Saratoga Springs | South Jordan | South Salt Lake | Spanish Fork | Springville | Sugar House | Summit County | Taylorsville | The Avenues | Utah County | West Jordan | West Valley City | Woodbury
 
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