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Plumbing contractors use vans, service utility vans, and work trucks to handle plumbing jobs. Whether the job site is commercial, residential, or industrial, work trucks and vans not only haul the tools and equipment, but keep it safe and secure. Given that plumbing jobs include new construction, residential service calls, and work in office buildings, plumbing contractors need to have the gear on board for a variety of jobs.