About Scott Hale, President
Scott Hale was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. He graduated from Skyline High School and studied four years at the University of Utah and four years at Salt Lake Community College.
His father, B.R. Hale, was a well established plumber, starting his plumbing business in the Salt Lake valley in 1959. He began by installing water softeners in many residences along the Wasatch Front.
Scott worked with his Dad for many years and learned the plumbing trade from a Master. Scott assisted his father in building a large company of 60 plumbers who performed several millions dollars of work annually.
In 1984 Scott left B.R. to follow his dream; his own plumbing business. Twenty years later, Scott Hale Plumbing, Heating and Air pride themselves on providing their customers with the highest standards in the profession. Scott Hale plumbing performs thousands of jobs yearly, evidence of the numerous repeat consumers who appreciate the ease and confidence of dealing with a true professional.
The father of three sons and one daughter, Scott balances his business and family life directing the company from his Cottonwood, Utah home. This allows him to focus on what is important, and be even more productive.
In his spare time he enjoys golf, tennis and walking his companion German Shepherd “Bear”. His youngest son Colin plays High School baseball at Skyline this year and he spends many hours a week there watching the Eagles play ball. He is a huge Los Angeles Dodgers fan and tries to see his team as much as possible.
Scott Answers some Frequently Asked Questions.
We provide free estimates and ‘No Surprise’ price guarantees.Q.Do you accept Credit Cards?
We accept Visa, Master Card, Discover and American express. Financing is also available.Q.What is your business mission?
Discovering exactly what my customers want; then giving it to them and more. After making the sale, commit to spectacular levels of customer service!Q.What Makes Scott Hale Different?
We want to impress our customers with extreme care of the owner’s property and personal items. Clean up thoroughly at the completion of our job leaving no mess behind. Shoe covers, drop cloths, and tarps are utilized to cover owner’s personal affects. We vacuum up afterwards, wipe down walls, clean furnaces, toilets, basins, and sinks.Q.Is it true you know Roseanne Barr?
Yes. Her mother, Helen, babysat our family when my dad was out plumbing. We used to play touch football together.Q.Why are you always smiling?
Smiles and politeness always help establish a bond. Communicating clearly, in a patient and friendly manner builds trust and reliability