2013 Tweet Roundup
December 31

2013 Tweet Roundup

Here’s a roundup of some of our tweets from 2013. Follow us on Twitter for more brilliance in 2014. Ballcock: A ballcock (also ball tap)… View Article Read More

Hope Plumbing Earns Angie’s List Super Service Award
December 23

Hope Plumbing Earns Angie’s List Super Service Award

Earns Esteemed 2013 Angie’s List Super Service Award The award reflects the company’s consistently high level of customer service has earned the service industry’s coveted… View Article Read More

Community Spotlight: The Patachou Foundation
December 18

Community Spotlight: The Patachou Foundation

If you’re an Indianapolis resident, there’s a high likelihood that you’ve been to one of Martha Hoover’s delectable restaurants. From Café Patachou to Petit Chou… View Article Read More

An Exciting Week For Hope Plumbing
December 13

An Exciting Week For Hope Plumbing

It’s been an exciting week at . Last Thursday, we were featured in a Forbes article with @GSElevator about the importance of trade jobs and… View Article Read More

Dirty Talk: How To Save Your Sewer
December 4

Dirty Talk: How To Save Your Sewer

If you relish the idea of unnecessarily replacing your sewer system, this blog post may not be for you. If, however, you’re like the rest… View Article Read More

Managing Your Home in Times of Need
September 3

Managing Your Home in Times of Need

Managing a home for someone else in times of need can be very helpful. If a person needs to spend time away from home, passes… View Article Read More

Philosophers and Plumbers
August 30

Philosophers and Plumbers

Allow me to introduce myself; my name is Jack Hope and I own in Indianapolis, Indiana. I want to speak briefly about education, the economy,… View Article Read More

Lead Water Lines
August 26

Lead Water Lines

If you live in Broad Ripple, Meridian Kessler, or an older home, there is a good chance you have a small section of lead piping… View Article Read More

Facts About Plumbing…
August 26

Facts About Plumbing…

…in Broad Ripple, Meridian Kessler, SoBro, and downtown Indianapolis. The drain lines leaving most of the older homes in Indianapolis are made of clay pipe… View Article Read More