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So far Jessica DeVlaeminck has created 23 blog entries.

Even Plumbers Need Plumbers Sometimes…

Even plumbers need plumbers sometimes...lucky for us our Number One Plumber (and Owner) was handy when we were having an office plumbing issue. He went straight to work digging in and getting down and dirty to sort out our issue.

Sherman County Courthouse, Moro, Oregon

We performed the plumbing work for the Sherman County Courthouse addition and remodel for Kirby Nagelhout Construction. The Courthouse is located in Moro, Oregon and was built in 1889. We enjoy working on historical buildings and are proud of the depth of the history in our area. This project was completed in the Summer

Fire Station Plumbing Projects

Plumbing projects at various Tualatin Valley Fire Stations.  To date we have completed projects at Fire Stations 372 located at 11646 NW Skyline Blvd, Portland with Bremick Construction, Stations 64 & 69 with Emerick Construction and we are presently underway with the latest plumbing project at Clackamas Fire and Logistics located at 15800 SE

Hood River Middle School Plumbing Project

Hood River Middle School renovation/addition project with Kirby Nagelhout Construction.   Located at 1602 May Street, Hood River, Oregon.  Plumbing project completed September 2017.  

Freebridge Brewing Plumbing

  Freebridge Brewing Located at 710 E 2nd Street The Dalles, Oregon Job completed January 2016 www.freebridgebrewing.com     

Our Crew

Ed DeVlaeminck, Owner/Founder & President.  Ed has been in the trade since 1986 and founded Devco Mechanical in 1993.  Along with his Journeyman Plumber License, Ed is also Fire Sprinkler Certified, Med Gas Certified and has his Aquatherm Installer Certificate. You can often find Ed working alongside the guys in the field supporting their

Our Plumber Hero

In January one of our plumbers, Monty Olson, was on a service call when he heard an elderly woman cry "Help"....... Article published in Hood River News  Two women displaced, dogs saved FLAMES rip through a home on Tucker Road, which was completely destroyed within hours. By Patrick Mulvihill As of Tuesday, January 17, 2017

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