ABOUT PALMER'S PLUMBING, LLC.

Update Award 2013With over 15 years of experience in the plumbing trade, Jason Palmer, Master Plumber and Gas Fitter, and his wife Casey, opened Palmer's Plumbing, LLC. in January 2008 with the goal of providing residents and small businesses in Queen Anne's, Talbot, Dorchester, Caroline, Kent and Anne Arundel counties with quality plumbing services they can depend on and quality they can trust. From broken or busted pipes to bathroom and kitchen remodeling, Palmer's Plumbing, LLC. has the solution.

Casey Palmer currently serves as a Director on the Queen Anne's County Chamber of Commerce Board. Casey also serves as President of the Board for the Chesapeake Women's Network.

Palmer's Plumbing received a Readers' Choice Award for Best of the Best in 2013 (see right).

Extreme Makeover
In August 2005, Jason Palmer donated over 48 hours of his personal time to help build single mom of Prince George's County, Veronica Ginyard and her eight children a new home through the help of "Extreme Makeover Home Edition."

Palmer's Plumbing, LLC. has also provided service to Women In Need, Inc, an organization based out of Kent County, Maryland that provides traditional housing, education, emergency assistance and mentoring to single parent families, senior citizens and teens.

Rebuilding TogetherPalmer's Plumbing, LLC. has assisted Rebuilding Together of Caroline County, Maryland, an organization dedicated to preserving affordable homeownership and revitalizing communities for low-income families by providing free home modifications and repairs, making homes safer, more accessible, and more energy efficient.

In January 2010, Palmer's Plumbing, LLC. was named a Business of Character by Character Counts! of Queen Anne's County. As a Business of Character, Palmer's Plumbing promises to uphold the Seven Pillars of Character.

Homes for Our Troops
Most Recently in 2010, Palmer's Plumbing, LLC. donated time to help build a home for CPT Ferris Butler in Chester, MD through the Homes for Our Troops program. The home was built to accommodate the physical demands of the wounded warrior.