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.