About Rocksteady Plumbing
Hi, my name is Paul Rockwell. I own and operate Rocksteady Plumbing in Paso Robles, California. We are a small, family owned service and repair plumbing shop that has been serving the entire San Luis Obispo county since 2009.
I have been plumbing for 18 years with over 14 of those right here on the central coast of California. I’ve worked for new construction, service & repair and even water treatment companies; picking up skills and knowledge at every shop. I have learned that knowledge is what sets the best plumbers apart from the rest and I'm dedicated to continuing my education in the plumbing and water treatment industry. That means learning about new products and techniques as they become available. Not every new product is worth using and you should be able to trust the plumber you hire to know the benefits and negatives of each. You can rest assured that we'll use the best approach for your specific plumbing situation, not just what will make it easier for us. We often are able to offer multiple solutions at varying prices to fit your budget but know that each solution is a good one. We carry a number of certifications and licenses to ensure that materials and fixtures are installed in accordance with the manufacturers specifications. We also are warranty service providers for many manufacturers.
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Rocksteady Plumbing is an emergency service and repair plumbing shop and that means we're available every day, all day. We know your plumbing emergency doesn't know what time it is or if it's a holiday so we're ready to work 24/7. We are also well suited to assist you in larger projects, no matter how big or small. Anything from a full copper or Aquapex repipe, bathroom or kitchen remodel to a new addition. We can be reached by phone at 805-237-7625 (ROCK) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rocksteady Plumbing is fully licensed, insured and bonded in accordance with the State of California and the CSLB. If you ever have a concern about a particular contractor, you can visit the Contractors State License Board's website and enter a license number or contractor's name. You can check on license status, bonding and worker's compensation insurance coverage.