Einstein Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling wants to wish you and your family a very happy Labor Day weekend.
We know how hard you work to assure that you and your family have a great life, and we feel the same way about the work that we do during the year. Home comfort is our business and specialties, so you can count on our licensed and professional plumbers and technicians to take care any problems that you may have.
To many of us, Labor Day means barbecue party, the start of the football season, and having a quality time with our friends and family, here’s a list of ideas to help you celebrate the Labor day weekend with family and friends. But there is much more to this holiday, and we wanted to share its real purpose with you.
Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a celebration of the American Labor Movement and is devoted to the social and economic achievements of workers.
It establishes a yearly national tribute to the contributions that workers have made to the prosperity, strength, and well-being of the country.
It is definite that those in the plumbing industry has contributed a great deal to the public’s safety and well-being. And, we wanted to honor the amazing plumbers and technicians of our nation. May you continue to be one of the sources of strength, prosperity, and well-being of America.
Einstein Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling wishes you all the best, and enjoy the “rest” from your labor, as will our plumbers.
Hopefully, you took the opportunity to relax, eat some great food, and take a load off. Then, on Tuesday, we will be ready to get back to solving plumbing and HVAC problems and providing solutions to Oregon, Washington, and Nevada.
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