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Blaine Minnesota Plumbers


Do you need a plumber in the Blaine area? We've put together a quick page to showcase some of the local companies that service Blaine homeowners and businesses.



Kal's Plumbing
763-493-2060
12542 95th Place
Maple Grove, MN 55369
Make certain you tell Kal's that you read about them on the web and ask them when you call to delete the service call charge on your bill.


Plumbing Service Center
2201 107th Lane Northeast,
Blaine, MN
(763) 780-9091


Schnapp Plumbing Inc
682 125th Lane Northeast,
Blaine, MN
(763) 757-6375




Some of the zip codes these companies serve include 55434 and 55449.





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Plumbing Tip for Today:

If you plan on doing any work on your walls, from putting in a nail to hang a picture to literally tearing it down, you'll need to know where your pipes are. Smashing a hammer through drywall only to find you've also dislodged a pipe and created a flood is not a great way to start a project.