Plumbing Company Continues to Build Its Legacy through Training and Expansion

Over four decades, Kentucky’s Tom Drexler Plumbing has evolved from a one-man, one-truck plumbing shop into a diversified trades service provider operating in multiple states with 225 trucks hitting the road daily

Plumbing Company Continues to Build Its Legacy through Training and Expansion

The management team at Tom Drexler Plumbing at company headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky. From left, Kaita Renwick, director of business development; Mike Wells, regional HVAC director; Heath Murray, Elizabethtown branch manager; Cody Webster, HVAC service assistant manager; Marvis Hall, director of customer service; Josh Toon, sales manager; Mike Fox, electric service manager; Tonya Bryant, warehouse supervisor; Justin Price, drains and camera manager; Lauren Nielsen, plumbing service manager; Tony Hommrich, plumbing service install manager; Rebecca Birchfield, install coordinator supervisor; Todd Ruxer, regional director of operations; Mike Birchfield, production manager; Scott Montgomery, electric service manager; Jason Frost, remodel install manager; Darren Batman, regional plumbing director; Mike Hall, HVAC service assistant manager; and Chris Hardin, HVAC install manager.

In the beginning, Tom Drexler Plumbing, Air & Electric was just Tom Drexler Plumbing. More to the point, it was just Tom Drexler. 

Yet when 23-year-old Drexler decided in 1982 that his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, needed another plumbing shop, he was building on a legacy for...

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