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Kauffman Plumbing specializes in quick turn-around/shutdown industrial setting environments - where time is of the essence in order to get production back on-line.  We are capable of doing the following work:

  • Process piping.
  • Laboratory piping for acids, corrosives, gases, and acid wastes.
  • Piping for natural gas, argon, nitrogen, oxygen or other gaseous systems.
  • Ammonia refrigeration piping.
  • High pressure hydraulic piping.
  • Fire mains & underground water distribution mains.
  • Hydronic heating including boiler repairs.
  • Backflow preventer repair, installation & certification.
  • Large & small plumbing systems.
  • Water softening & filtration equipment.
  • HVAC including chillers, coils & make-up air systems.

Kauffman Plumbing serves the Stark, Wayne, Carroll & Tuscarawas counties.  Although specializing in industrial systems, our staff includes two Master Plumbers who are also state certified Professional Engineers.  With over 50 years of experience, we handle large & small installations with an emphasis on quality.  Let us put our experience to work for you.

Key Benefits

  • Experience
  • Certification
  • Cost effectiveness
Kauffman has been in business since 1914.  Our plumbers & pipefitters undergo a 5-year apprenticeship program which includes over 2,000 hours of training in safety, plumbing, welding & the newest fabricating techniques.  Our labor & management team continually assures our employees receive the most up-to-date training available.
Certified Welding & Pipefitting
State Certified welders on staff with years of experience welding - Including MIG, TIG & stick for carbon, stainless & exotic metals.
Cost Effectiveness
As budgets decrease it makes sense to have work performed by an outside company, especially when time is of the essence!   We work when you need us. 

Contact    You can e-mail us for service at service@kauffmanplumbing.com.  



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Last modified: May 24, 2002