All States Mechanical LLC maintains relationships with top organizations in the mechanical, plumbing, and HVAC industries. This gives All States continuous access to today’s most advanced technical information, as well as a range of educational and other valuable resources.

Our industry affiliations include:


Utah Plumbing and Heating Association
The Utah Plumbing and Heating Contractors Association is the voice of the Mechanical Contracting Industry in Utah, serving its members engaged in the installation and service of Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning, Plumbing, and Piping. Mr. Zitting served on board for 2 years and maintains a strong member.


International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering
ISPE, the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering, is the world’s largest not-for-profit association dedicated to educating and advancing pharmaceutical manufacturing professionals and their industry.


National Federation of Independent Business

A small business association, providing discounts, research, online forums, networking, state and federal lobbying for small businesses across the United States.


Semiconductor Equipment & Materials International
SEMICON expositions are the premier venues for business, networking, collaboration, and learning.


Sheetmetal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association SMACNA members include professionals within the industrial, commercial, institutional and residential HVAC and sheet metal industry. SMACNA provides products, services, representation, and technical manuals and standards for the heating, ventilating and air conditioning, architectural and industrial sheet metal, and energy management and maintenance industry.


Institute of Environmental Sciences & Technology

IEST is an international, technical society of engineers, scientists, and educators that serve its members and the industries they represent through education and the development of recommended practices and standards.


Association of General Contractors
AGC represents leading firms in the construction industry including general contractors, specialty contractors and service providers and suppliers.


Sheetmetal Workers International Association
The Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association (SMWIA) serves to protect and raise the living standards of over 150,000 skilled men and women employed throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico who work in the construction, manufacturing, service, railroad and shipyard industries.

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General Manager

Chuck Zitting has been passionate about the Plumbing industry for as long as he can remember. He would ride along with his uncle and do service work between school breaks at age 12, latter at age 16 he went to work for his uncle full time as a plumbing apprentice while finishing his high school diploma through correspondence after he got home from work. Graduating within a year he began studying at Salt Lake Community College to receive his schooling credits for the Journeyman Plumbing license. In April of 97 he received his Residential Journeyman’s card being only one of a handful of people to receive their licensing at age 20. A lot happened the following year, he began a family, bought his first home and tested with the state to receive his Commercial Journeyman’s Card. With his uncle doing primarily residential work, Chuck felt it was time to move on and take a position he was offered as a Project Manager for a Commercial Mechanical Contractor out of Utah County. Here he had the opportunity to learn lots about running projects and made many friends in the industry; many of which he still does work for today. Now in his mid 20’s Chuck felt it was time to take these tools and move his career to the next level, so in 2003 he founded All States Mechanical. Since then he has worked on many project throughout the western united states. Chuck has seen many changes in the industry since he starred in the early 90’s but the one consistent is he still has the love for the trade that started as a small boy riding around with his uncle. For him this is not work, this is his passion.


HVAC/Sheet-Metal Manager

Stephen started in HVAC in 1978 as a installer. Going from installer to service to project managing. In 2000 Steve started the HVAC side of Commerce Mechanical and shortly after took over managing both plumbing and heating. Over the years he has worked on many projects. Steve enjoys working with architects, engineers and helping design projects that will fit owners budgets. Steve also does design build projects and has spent time as a MEP superintendent for a construction company. He always made sure the mechanical plumbing and electrical stay on schedule. Steve is a irreplaceable member of All States management team and always has a positive professional attitude that everyone loves to be around. Steve enjoy playing golf, BBQ and being around family and friends.


Plumbing Manager

Ryan started in the plumbing trade in high school in the home building program. After high school he got in with SLCC doing irrigation systems with the schools plumbing department. Moving on to the apprenticeship program he got his  first job in 1994 as an apprentice plumber. In 1998 Ryan achieved his journeyman’s plumber licence. After 6 years as a journeyman Ryan started his own plumbing company and ran it successfully for 12 years.

In 2016 Ryan joined All States Mechanical as a estimator and project manager, he is now in his 24th year in the plumbing trade. Because of his desire for knowledge and passion for the trade Ryan entered the mechanical engineering program at SLCC and will soon be transferring to the U of U to finish his degree.  Ryan also enjoys family, art, and music. He plays the drums and is currently the lead drummer of the Utah Pipe Band, bagpipe & drum core. He competes all over the states and is looking forward to being eligible to compete in Scotland this next year.


Field Manager

John started Plumbing in 1994 at the age of 16 and got his journeyman’s license 5 years later when he turned 21. He start this industry in residential, then moved into industrial and commercial plumbing. He has his Master’s Plumbing license and a degree in electrical engineering. He’s worked on and has been the foreman of many exciting jobs both remodels and new installations; including, recreational centers, schools, hospitals, auto mechanics, healthcare facilities, doctors offices, homes, dental, movie theaters, dialysis centers, supermarkets, apartments, and even worked in Antarctica South-Pole research facility.

For all the jobs that he has worked, what he finds the most rewarding has been the amazing people that he has got to know and work with. He grew up in this industry and considers the people in it family. John is always looking forward to what’s next and is excited for what the future holds.


Marketing Manager / Safety Officer

In 2007 at 16 Ruth started working as a equipment operator, fabricator,warehouse and food packaging hand for a potato farmer in Nevada. During her time on the farm she obtained her first responder licence and learned many useful skills. In 2012 she moved on to work for Las Vegas Valley Water District. There she had many duties among which was being safety officer for the SVA division. She obtained her CPR and wilderness training certificate as a SVA employee.

In 2015 Ruth bought a house and moved to St George Utah to start Stark Welding LL with her partner. As partner,office manager, safety officer, and Marketing Manager for Stark Welding Ruth stayed very busy doing what she loved. February 2018 Ruth sold Stark Welding to her partner and moved to Salt Lake City, Utah.

Now located in the Salt Lake area Ruth partners with several construction companies working with them on a personal level to grow their company.

Owning her own construction company she knows how hard it is to hire a full-time marketer or even worse to hire a marketing company that doesn’t understand construction. She loves sitting down and figuring out an effective strategy that fits in our budget while providing the results we need.

Ruth loves her works with the All States team and brings her joy for life to the office. Ruth loves sports, travel, and all things adventurous.


Office Manager

Pamela has over 22 years in the construction industry. In 1996 she started out as an Administrative Assistant for an asphalt paving company where she learned Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, Equipment Maintenance, CDL Requirements, and all insurance needs. In 2011 Pamela moved to an electrical company where she became the Office Manager. She decided to make a change and in 2016 she worked as a Project Assistant for a concrete company. Pamela love’s having that knowledge and understanding for the other side of the construction industry but she wanted to be back in the Office Manager position. In the fall of 2017 she was fortunate to find All States Mechanical. Pamela love’s coming to work every day and brings organization to the team. She says, “not only does All States take pride in their work but they treat their employees like family.”


Purchasing Agent

Susan started with All States in 2016 doing data entry and purchase orders. Susan is always willing to take on any new task and learns very fast, she loves working and learning with the All States team. Susan is also going to school and working on her generals. She enjoys hiking and being out in nature. She loves art and its history.


Project Estimator

I started in the Industry as a Project Engineer for Design Air in Renton, WA. Worked with them from February 2016 – September 2016 when they unfortunately closed their doors to business. From there, I began working with Hawk Mechanical in Monroe, WA as a Project Engineer/Assistant Project Manager. I was with Hawk Mechanical from September 2016 – May 2018. I spent a little time with University Mechanical in Tempe, AZ as a Project Engineer (May 2018 – Sept 2018) before I left to come home to Utah and started with All States Mechanical.

Prior to getting into the mechanical industry I went through and graduated Fire Academy. I decided it wasn’t a career I wanted to pursue and proceeded to go to school. I graduated with my Associate Degree in Air Traffic Control. I didn’t pursue a career in Air Traffic Control as I wanted to look into the Mechanical industry which is what my father has done my entire life.

Hobbies include hunting, camping, riding ATVs and dirtbikes, snowboarding, wakeboarding, and a lot of exercise. I try to make it to the gym every day. Participate in Crossfit with my sister and try to do the tough mudder and spartan race every year.