Phil is a Master Plumber and has 20 years of experience in the plumbing and heating field. He has owned this business since 2008. You can reach him directly at (320) 287-2130.
Gail is the office manager and has the task of keeping the office running and being pleasant on the phone.
“Mohr Plumbing and Heating has been a recognized name in the business community in Morris for many decades. In 2008 My wife Gail and I were in the position to purchase the business and continue offering Morris, hometown plumbing and heating services. We strive to provide timely, professional quality service to all our customers, installing quality products. We pride ourselves in solving problems and continue to look for ways to provide services needed within our community. We work at keeping our showroom stocked with relevant ideas and our warehouse with enough inventory to help in practically every situation.”
-Philip Harpstead, Owner
Rob grew up in Pine River Minnesota, has been working as a plumber for 20 years and holds a Journeyman Plumbing License. Rob and his wife Gina and their two children live outside of Holmes City. He enjoys hunting and fishing.
Honorably discharged from the Navy, Kyle is now using his mechanical abilities fixing furnaces and air conditioners for Mohr Plumbing and Heating of Morris, Inc. Kyle and his family live in Morris, MN.
Travis grew up in Rogers Minnesota and has experience in various construction trades and now is learning the plumbing and heating trade. Travis and his wife Stephanie and their three children live in Morris. He is also a big Vikings fan.
Cory grew up on a farm by Glenwood Minnesota, and has been training in the plumbing trade for 5 years. Cory lives on the family farm. He enjoys farming, hunting and fishing.
Mark grew up in the Kensington area and now lives with his family in Hancock MN. His background is in sales and he has worked around the edge of the plumbing field for a number of years and is learning many new things in order to help Phil and Gail run the business.
“The society that scorns excellence in plumbing because plumbing is a humble activity and tolerates shoddiness in philosophy because it is an exalted activity, will have neither good plumbing nor good philosophy. Neither its pipes nor its theories will hold water.”