Hometown Plumbing Services, LLC is a local, family owned company aiming to serve and support our community with good works and valued services."
My wife and I started this business not only to create a better life for our family but to help build a better community. We have lived in Barry Co virtually our whole lives and are proud to call it our home.
Meet the Team
When you need a plumber in Barry County, we understand that you have many choices. So, what makes us the right choice for your home or business?
When you choose HPS for your residential plumbing service, you get:
Prompt response times
Honest, upfront pricing provided in person before the job is started
Cost-effective plumbing solutions
Fast, efficient repairs and installations
There is no project too big or too complicated for our highly trained and experienced plumbing technicians.
Owner & Operator
Information coming soon!
"Hi! My name is Stacey Jiles. I am the new Office Manager here at Hometown Plumbing Services.
I have lived in Hastings since 1995, and graduated from Hastings High School in 2004. I have been married to my high school sweetheart since 2008, and we have 2 children together Jordan and Temprance.
In my free time I enjoy lake days, bonfires, and time spent with family and friends! My husband and I are big U of M fans and enjoy our football weekends in the fall.
I spent 16 years in ophthalmology as an ophthalmic technician and have an extensive background in customer service. I look forward to serving you and our community in my role here at Hometown Plumbing Services."
Plumber in Training
"Hello! My name is Brent Snowden, the new plumbing apprentice. I have lived in the Barry County community my whole life, graduate of Thornapple High School in 2011 currently residing in Nashville Mi. My wife and I have known each other since the sixth-grade, chasing after each other on the playground. We tied the knot in 2019 and we have two children Emma(4) and Keagan(7). In my free time I enjoy being with my family, outside when it's nice wrenching on the dirt bikes. Been riding for a long time now and it's just something that I cannot live without. When supercross is on tv don't touch the remote! For the past 15 years I've been in the welding industry from stick, mig, or tig I've done it all fabrication to production, seen it and have accomplished it. After changing job after job, not really liking getting up every day going into a black caldron and seeing no light for eight to ten hours a day, I decided I needed a change. Excited for this new journey and helping the community keep their water flowing, drains clean, and any plumbing problems resolved to customer satisfaction."