The Hope Companies began to take formation in 2009 as a single man operation. Keith Swaby, Hope Plumbing & Mechanical’s Founder, started by doing residential kitchen and bath remodels and small plumbing service repairs as Hope Plumbing & Mechanical and Remodeling to his already full-time career as a commercial plumbing and heating foreman. Through Keith’s ambition and tenacity he eventually had more work than he could handle. As his business began to blossom he soon found himself faced with a difficult decision. He had to decide if he should take a leap of faith and dedicate himself to turning this into a full time business. With full consideration to his responsibilities as a husband, father and provider he still decided a transition into full time self-employment via Hope Plumbing & Mechanical would be well worth it. In 2017, a partnership was formed between Keith Swaby & George Ricciardi. Keith decided to combine his technical expertise and skill with George’s business acumen and Hope Plumbing & Mechanical, LLC was established.

From 2017-2021, Hope Plumbing & Mechanical, LLC completed many large-scale commercial projects such as several multi-unit apartment complexes, multiple courthouses, medical facilities, office buildings, and is currently working at it’s largest project to date – a new water pollution service building. While building a name in the commercial world, Hope Plumbing & Mechanical continued to deliver exceptional service to homeowners and retail properties for their everyday plumbing needs. Through exponential growth and well-deserved success, the decision was made in 2022 by both George & Keith to move into the geothermal industry. Dominic Izzi was brought into the partnership, with his extensive knowledge and 35 years of experience, to form Hope Plumbing & Mechanical, LLC.

Hope Plumbing & Mechanical has quickly become a geothermal industry leader throughout the State of Connecticut and Westchester County.


Our mission is to provide our customers with the highest quality service through unmatched value and craftsmanship