About Our Business and Our Community
Five Star Drains and Plumbing has been servicing the Denver-Metro area for over a decade. As a family-owned and operated business, we pride our company on honest, friendly, prompt and affordable service. Our community involvement and excellent display of professionalism is demonstrated in our everyday service, increasing customer-referral rate, accumulation of repeat customers, charity sponsorships and strong representation at several events throughout the state. Our recent sponsorships include the following: a charity tournament in honor of the Mt. Saint Vincent Home for children with emotional and behavioral problems, the District 12 golf tournament (proceeds going to District 12 schools), MDA: Helping Jerry’s Kids, and the March of Dimes Denver Chapter.
Aside from sponsorships and community events, Five Star Drains & Plumbing also takes pride in the fundraising opportunities we offer local high school clubs, teams and organizations. Five Star Drains & Plumbing has provided this unique opportunity to the Legacy High School Cheerleading Squad and Girls’ Tennis team, the Thornton High School Boys’ Wrestling team, Bollman Technical Education Center (Medical Prep Class) as well as others. Accumulatively, these programs have fundraised over $5000.00. Five Star Drains & Plumbing is more than happy to help!
New Developments in the Plumbing Industry
When choosing a legitimate plumbing contractor, please take these new regulations into consideration:
12-58-105. Plumber must have license- control and supervision
No person shall engage in or work at the business, trade, or calling of residential, journeyman, or master plumbing in this state until he has received a license from the division of registrations, upon written notice from the board or its authorized agent, or a temporary permit from the board or its authorized agent.
12-58-106. Unauthorized use of the title of plumber
No person shall advertise in any manner or use the title or designation of master plumber, journeyman plumber, or residential plumber unless he is qualified and licensed under this article.
12-58-106.5. Unauthorized use of the title of plumbing contractor
No person shall advertise in any manner that such person is a plumbing contractor or use the title or designation of plumbing contractor unless such person meets the definition of plumbing contractor set out in section 12-58-102 (7).