New plumbing company opens its first Dayton-area location – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

KETTERING – A new plumbing company has officially opened its first location in Dayton.

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Monday afternoon for the eco plumbers on Hempstead Station Drive in Kettering.

The company offers a wide range of services including drain cleaning, water treatment and diversion.

The company will also have a 14-week apprentice plumber training school.

“We currently have around 120 employees,” said Aaron Gaynor, owner and founder of Eco-Plumbers.

“We will let this market grow very quickly. Because we feel that there is an opportunity to serve the public, to serve the church here, we look forward to a large investment in this area. “

The eco-plumber’s CEO said he will eventually create 80 new jobs in the city.

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