Our Approach

Why Choose Us

  • We Offer Same Day to Next Day Service
  • Family Owned & Operated
  • Maintain & Repair: Drain Fields, Septic Tanks
  • New Construction, Renovations & Repairs
  • New Installations & Repairs
  • Licensed, Bonded & Insured
  • Affordable Financing Available – Funding within 1-3 days


  • Piping & re-piping
  • Drain cleaning
  • Sump pumps
  • Well pumps
  • Gas lines
  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Garbage disposals
  • Water heaters
  • Water lines
  • Septic tanks (do not pump or install)
  • Reverse osmosis systems
  • Water softeners
  • Backflow Prevention

Here at DR Heating and Plumbing we know that plumbing problems can be stressful. That is why we take great care to make you feel comfortable and confident having our plumbing professionals in your home. We service homes throughout East Idaho with all kinds of plumbing projects, and can help you with any issues that arise. Listed are some of the services we can help you with, if you don’t see what you are looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Preventative Maintenance

The best way to keep your sewer in good shape is to maintain it properly. We urge our clients to schedule routine cleaning and pumping of their tanks depending on the demands placed on their system. Only a fraction of homeowners care properly for their sewer system, which places many homes at risk of developing severe issues.

Things to Watch Out For

First Sign of an Issue with a Drain or Septic System

You should monitor your system on a regular basis to spot early warning signs of a septic system problem.

  • Gurgling toilets
  • Slow draining toilets
  • Bad smells
  • Poop flowing over toilet
  • Pooling water in the lawn
  • Overly healthy lawn

Tips for a Healthy Sewer System

Don't use garbage disposals for:

  • Bones
  • Celery
  • Coffee grounds
  • Eggshells
  • Fruit pits
  • Grease
  • Pasta
  • Potato peels

Things you should not put in a septic tank: 

  • Diapers
  • Feminine products
  • Paper/shop towels
  • Wipes of any kind

Things you should do for a septic tank: 

  • Chemicals grow bacteria and help break down solids
  • Pump (every 1-2 years) before solids flow into drain field - saves you thousands of dollars

Signs of a Leak

  • Pools of water
  • Wall discoloration
  • Sheetrock bubbling
  • Low water pressure
  • Increase in your water bill
  • Mold & mildew
  • Foul odor


Leaks are unpredictable and finding the issue can take hours or days to find, but even then, we cannot guarantee that the outcome has resolved the problem completely.


There are several different types of blockages that develop in household drains. Our plumbers use a combination of tools including; snakes, hydro-jetters, and mobile video cameras, as well as acidic chemicals to destroy dirt and debris clogging your pipes. Clogs are unpredictable but we are here to help you find the resolution.

Water Heater Change Out Pricing

75 Gallon


  • Drain & remove old unit
  • Install new unit
  • Install new supply lines
  • Haul away old unit
Power Vent


  • Drain & remove old unit
  • Install new unit
  • Install new supply lines
  • Haul away old unit

*These prices are removing the unit and installing the same type of water heater
**If additional adjustments are needed to fit new unit, price will adjust accordingly
***If going from tank to tankless, price will adjust accordingly

A tankless water heater is more expensive, but it lasts longer (10-15 years) and saves up to 50% of the energy cost that a tanked water heater consumes. A tankless water heater gives you efficiency over the long term. 

First Signs of an Issue with a Water Heater

  • Signs of rust
  • Leaking
  • Little or no hot water
    • Indication of sediment built up
    • Possibly a broken heating element
    • Pilot light is out (gas only)
  • Noisy water tank

How We Keep Water Heaters in Good Condition

  • Install a water softener
  • Annual maintenance

Monthly payment options

60 second pre-qualification - Does not affect credit score by Hearth 


Doug’s Construction and Repair, Inc DBA DR Heating and Plumbing has proudly been serving East Idaho since 1996. Through our years of service as a family owned and operated business, we have proven our talents and expertise to the community. We strive to provide the highest quality service to help homeowners maintain and repair their homes. We have licensed and trained HVAC (heating & cooling) technicians, and Plumbers. We are the professionals to call when you want honest and reliable service in East Idaho.


"Great job made the needed repairs quickly and for a lot less than we had expected."

Arvin H. - From Google Maps

"Doug’s repair was incredible!! We had a problem with our septic tank the day before thanksgiving and had called over 13 other companies. Doug’s repair was super helpful and immediately offered to come help us even though we were an hour away. Ron and Riven diagnosed both problems and fixed it that day! We are so grateful for their hard work and due diligence, and would highly recommend them!"

Jeffrey H. - From Google Maps

"These guys are very professional and timely. The technician also provided other helpful tips on preserving fixtures that could ultimately result in water damage. They do not lie when they say 'no job too small.'"

Jerry R. - From Google Maps

"Jason is very knowledgeable and gets right down to business. Great personality and work ethic. Removed my old furnace and replaced a new one all in one day. Left area clean. Very reasonable price considering quotes we got from 2 other big name businesses in our area. We will definitely call Doug's for service in the future."

Maureen B. - From Google Maps

"Jon and Vance were the very best. If I would choose Doug's Repair and ask for Jon every time. 1st time we have had repair guys here that acted liked try knew how to fix what I was telling them instead of telling me nothing was wrong. They were the very best. Rated 10 stars"

Deeann T. - From Google Maps


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