Octo's Story

Many customers find our company because they see our trucks driving through their neighborhood. They remember our unique logo featuring our mascot, Octo.

Octo was born on a diving trip in the Philippines when our owner David was inspired by the Blue Ring Octopus. He realized this animal shared many traits with plumbers!

  1. Octo changes colors and can adapt to any environment he is put in, like snow, sleet, storms, hot temperatures, freezing conditions, floods, and hard to reach areas. More importantly, Octo can adapt to plumbing gone wrong from DIYers, bad contractors or any other bad plumbing experiences.
  2. Octo can fit in to the tightest of all spots. Like all octopus and plumbers, we can squeeze into the tiniest of all spaces to get to the hard to reach pipe that is leaking or that bug infested crawl space that you dread to check your pipes.
  3. Octo has 8 arms, which is extremely necessary when dealing with plumbing in your home. We have to multi-task and do several things at once in order to make a proper repair, using every bit of focus and determination to get the job done. Octo is lucky - he has a clear advantage!
  4. Octo is friendly and courteous; he won't attack you or impede on your space. He is quick and nimble and will disappear without a trace, just like our plumbers do. We will never leave you with that "there's been a plumber in my house" feeling; we leave it as we found it.

Next time you see Octo, you'll have some more insight as to where he came from and why he represents our business!

From Our President

"We are working on strengthening our branding and making a more prominent impression with OCTO in 2019. We will be launching something very exciting soon, and you will see him more in the forefront of all we do. I hope you enjoy him as much as we do!" 

-David Buky, President

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