A.R.M. Plumbing is owned and operated by Arnold Myrick.
He was born and raised in Central Point Oregon. Arnold’s father, owner of Chuck’s Plumbing in Florence Oregon, taught Arnold and his four brothers how to plumb from an early age. After honorably serving his country in the United States Marine Corp, Arnold decided to pursue the family trade of plumbing. Arnold completed a 4 year Journeyman Plumber Training and Certification Program at Rogue Community College in Medford, OR and completed his Apprenticeship with S.O.S. Plumbing & Drain Service.
Arnold is an Oregon Licensed Journeyman Plumber with over 20 years of experience in both residential and commercial plumbing. Commitment to quality and customer satisfaction is number one with Arnold. A.R.M. Plumbing takes great pride in the quality of service we are able to provide each and every client, we also provide a One-year limited warranty on all labor.
A.R.M Plumbing is proudly Serving Roseburg, Winston, Sutherlin
and the surrounding areas.
Whether you need Service, Repair, Drain Cleaning, looking to do a Remodel or need New Construction Services, give A.R.M. Plumbing a call today at 541-621-0969.
Arnold moved to Roseburg Oregon with his wife Holly in 2014. We decided on Roseburg because it seemed to have the best of everything for us, warm summers, moderate winters, beautiful valley views and it’s centrally located. We really like that Roseburg is only 90 minutes from the Ocean, we love to fish and it’s right in between our families that reside in Florence and Medford. Roseburg just felt like the right place for our family.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Four years/3,000 hours of plumbing experience or completion of an approved apprenticeship training program.
- Passed the State Plumbing Board plumbing license examination.
- Qualified in the following skills: Drains and sewers, water supply and backflow prevention, plumbing codes, installation practices, special waste handling, vents and roof drains, fixtures and trim, excavation, inspection, test and obtaining permits.
- Completes 24 hours, every 3 years of Continuing education, of which 8 hours must be on the Oregon Specialty Code Change.