In the 1950s, Charles Manoog began collecting antique commodes, claw-foot tubs, ornate sinks, and other plumbing items. In 1979, his son Russell established the American Sanitary Plumbing Museum for these items in Worcester, Massachusetts. After their retirement, Russell and his wife Bettejane went in search of a family organization to carry on the stewardship of the museum.
Plumbing has been a massive part of America’s history, especially as it developed into the country it is today. Where there are people, there is plumbing. And as the years pass, the need rises and rises. We’re absolutely proud to not only partake in this necessary trade but to also keep the tradition of helping customs in the most professional and beneficial (to our clients) way possible. Local Service Pro Plumbing benefits from a fantastic reputation on review sites everywhere.
Our team has over 100 years in combined experience and is ready to serve you. You can reach us and know that you are in caring and fantastic hands. Local Service Pro Plumbing is the local plumbing solution you need!