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Thank You and Happy Holidays from All Ways Drains

With the end of 2017 almost here, we want to take a moment to thank all our wonderful clients for their support. For more than 15 years, we have been serving the Twin Cities area with plumbing and drain cleaning services. We are thankful for another year in business, and it is only because of the support and patronage from so many of you! As this year winds down, we just want to thank each and every one of you for choosing All Ways Drains, whether as a new or returning customer. We hope you will trust us with all your future plumbing needs! We wish each of you a merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous new year!

All Ways Drains Ranks #31 on Business Journal List of Veteran-Owned Businesses

We are happy to announce that All Ways Drains was listed on the Minneapolis/St Paul Business Journal’s list of Veteran-Owned Businesses. We ranked #31 on this prestigious list, and we are happy to be recognized and honored as one of the largest Veteran-Owned Businesses in the state of Minnesota. All Ways Drains takes a great deal of pride in being Veteran-Owned. And we do our best to continue to support fellow Vets in everything we do. We are part of the TRUST VETS organization, and this group helps to drive business to companies that are owned by Veterans. It’s also a great networking and professional resource for Veterans and Friends of Veterans. Our services as professional plumbers in the Twin Cities area run the gamut…. Read more »

All Ways Drains Shows Support for Cancer Survivor

At All Ways Drains, we aren’t just plumbers. We are also fathers, mothers, sons and daughters, and we know firsthand just how important families and friends are. So any chance we get to show support for a loved one, we take! One of our clients, who is also a client of ours and an Army veteran, recently had his five year old daughter in the hospital. The reason she was in there was to remove a brain tumor. While this is a scary surgery for anyone of any age, it is particularly scary for someone so young. However, she did well and her prognosis is good. To show support for this client and fellow Vet, another Vet made these bracelets. We all wear them now… Read more »