Tyson Wilson

Contact Us

Eco-Plumber, LLC
Tyson Wilson

Licensed, bonded, and insured.
Oregon CCB # 190566

Welcome to Eco-Plumber

Eco-Plumber is a small-scale, Portland area plumbing and general contracting business specializing in residential remodels and repipes. We do all normal plumbing jobs, including service and leak repair, unclogging pipes, fixture (e.g. sinks, toilets, etc.) replacement, as well as rough-ins and finishes for new fixtures. We also specialize in less conventional, green plumbing projects, such as rainwater harvesting, graywater harvesting, tankless water-heating, and water conservation planning. (See our Services section for more detailed info.) Whatever the task, small or large, our focus is on sustainability in both materials and installation practice through craftsmanship, trade knowledge, and innovation. Our ultimate goal is to supply you, the home-owner or business-owner, with the information you need to make educated choices about your options, so that you can balance functionality, environmental friendliness, and price in your remodel. Hence, we always provide free estimates. We believe that if we provide you with the raw goods and fungible ideas to help your project move forward, odds are good that you'll choose us to put those plans into action--thus creating a win-win situation. We're honest, dependable, personable, and good at what we do. We're also willing, in many situations, to work side by side with you on your project, which may help offset costs on large jobs as well as create an increased sense of satisfaction through hands-on involvement. As a small shop, we keep overhead low and hence are able to keep our rates affordable. We will always do our best to supply you with an equitable, fair price for services proposed, and are committed to trying to work within your budget. We strive to operate a "green" business that not only provides us with a living wage but that also constantly seeks the betterment of the community-at-large. If this sounds like a fit for you, your home, or your business, give us a call or an e-mail today and let's get the ball rolling.

Recent Testimonials

Casey Sims

I have called Tyson from Eco-Plumber on two occasions; first for a complete remodel and repiping of my basement, and secondly for a leak coming from under concrete in my backyard. In both instances he was prompt, friendly, organized, knew just what to...

Caretia Fernandez

Moving to a new area, one of the greatest tasks is to find trustworthy professionals to service your home. When I moved to Portland I bought a home that required extensive plumbing work. Tyson Wilson was and is a reliable professional with creativity...

KT Kusmaul

As a new first time home owner and single person, I was overwhelmed with where to start with my bathroom remodel. Tyson came over and helped to brainstorm and explore all the possibilities. During the process he was always very accommodating of my...

Q & A with Eco-Plumber

Questions answered in a recent interview for Resource Edge Publishers:

What are some questions that a homeowner should ask a plumber before hiring them?

I believe the most important part of the homeowner/tradesperson relationship is trust. Thus I think the most important factor in deciding who to hire is simply: "go with your gut." Only hire someone who you feel is trustworthy and who demonstrates that they are willing and able to communicate. On larger projects/remodels, it may be prudent to take multiple bids and to ask for references or examples of previous work.

What should a homeowner be cautious of when hiring a plumber?

It may be tempting to go with the cheapest bid, or rate, but just remember in doing so that you tend to get what you pay for. Sometimes cheap up front is expensive in the end, and vice versa. It is best to avoid Craigslist and similar sites.