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Charles Pound

Charles Pound

Trade/Area of expertise: Plumbing

Years of experience: 30 years

Favorite tool: Anything Milwaukee

Meet Charles!

Say hello to Charles Pound, your go-to expert in the world of plumbing, with 30 years’ experience under his belt. Charles stumbled into the plumbing trade at a young age, and it quickly became a lifelong career.  His favorite tools include anything from Milwaukee. 

Over the years, Charles has earned numerous certifications, including BPAT and confined space training, solidifying his reputation as "The Go To Guy" for tough plumbing jobs. His unique approach to problem-solving sets him apart, as he's known for finding innovative solutions to complex issues.

For Charles, the best part of being a home repair expert is the variety each day brings. From meeting new people to tackling new challenges, the job never gets old. Safety is always Charles’ top priority, ensuring that every project is completed with care and precaution.

Beyond pipes and wrenches, Charles has a passion for outdoor cooking, camping with his family, and simply enjoying the great outdoors.

Charles likes to remind homeowners to know their limits and not be afraid to call for help when needed. So whether you're facing a plumbing emergency or planning a DIY project, video chat with an Expert like Charles, who can lend his expertise and guidance every step of the way.

Fun fact: Charles loves cooking outdoors

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Over the years I’ve developed an approach to investigating plumbing issues that has given me a reputation as “The Go To Guy” at most places I’ve worked. I tend to think outside the box and bring a different way of approaching problems when it’s a tough job to figure out.

Usually, you’re experiencing a new setting every day and meeting new people. The job never gets boring.

Do your research before you get started, and ask as many questions as you can, when you can.

Safety has to come first, always.

Know your limits and don’t be afraid to call for help.