Video Camera Inspections – Getting to the Root of Your Plumbing Problem

Not every plumbing problem is as easy as spotting a leaking pipe under the sink and quickly addressing the problem. Some plumbing issues are concealed in walls or even underground. In fact, some plumbing issues can be occurring deep within your system without you even realizing it, and for quite some time. As a Tacoma […]

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4 Signs Your Sewer Line Is In Need Of Repair

The health of your sewer line might be something you don’t spend a lot of time thinking about, but if your sewer line is damaged and you don’t take the proper steps to have it fixed, it can cause extensive harm both inside and outside of your home. The sewer line in your home helps […]

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Protecting Your Plumbing in King County

If you plan on buying a home in the Washington area, a King County video camera inspection can help as it locates drain blockages. Many new homeowners run into plumbing problems their first time around. This happens as most home inspectors can’t catch them in time. Your plumbing lines lie deep within and unless you […]

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Protect Your Tacoma Plumbing System Through Routine Maintenance

You and your family rely on your Tacoma plumbing system for some of your most important everyday tasks. It is hard to imagine getting through a day without using a plumbing fixture or appliance. Because this is such a critical component of you and your family’s everyday lives, it is absolutely imperative that you take […]

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Clogged Drains In The Shower

Have you ever taken a shower with drains that are slow to flow and ended up standing in water up to your ankles? Have you ever tried to clear out the drain yourself and found a little wedge of bar soap and hair all matted up together? These are the two most common things you’ll […]

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Minor and Major Tacoma Plumbing Repairs

Tacoma plumbing repairs are common household projects sometimes done by the homeowner himself if it was only a minor one such as replacement of a faucet gasket, or done by a professional company for a major job such as cleaning a clogged drain. Notice any leak under the kitchen sink lately? This certainly needs repair […]

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Washington Faucet Repairs: Save Water and Money by Fixing Leaks

When your Tacoma faucet is leaking, you need to have it immediately fixed. The noise of the dripping water is more than an annoyance – it is the sound of money that is leaking down your faucet. If you have a dripping, broken or leaking faucet, you should quickly get it repaired to prevent yourself […]

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Tacoma Trenchless Pipe Repair

Are you a Tacoma homeowner in need of sewer repair? Most plumbers are using trenchless sewer repair these days, but if you don’t know much about it, read on to see why Tacoma trenchless sewer repair is the best option for fixing difficult sewer lines. 1. By using the technology available to them, Tacoma plumbers can easily check your home and […]

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Do Tall Toilets Measure Up?

When the ADA, Americans with Disabilities Act, required the manufacture of what many call tall toilets or raised or elevated toilets, a cheer went up from groups everywhere. From those who are disabled or wheelchair bound, to those who are elderly and finally to those people who are just extremely tall, these models have made life better for several […]

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What Do Hair, Cooking Oil and Paper Towels Have In Common?

Drain cleaning can be a good thing for your Seattle household plumbing, but it isn’t cheap to have it done professionally. While it may be something you want to schedule regularly with your Seattle plumber, it isn’t something you want to be up against in an emergency. Having said that, millions of homeowners have found themselves in […]

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Protecting Your Plumbing in King County

If you plan on buying a home in the Washington area, a King County video camera inspection can help as it locates... 

Protect Your Tacoma Plumbing System Through Routine Maintenance

You and your family rely on your Tacoma plumbing system for some of your most important everyday tasks. It is hard... 

Minor and Major Tacoma Plumbing Repairs

Tacoma plumbing repairs are common household projects sometimes done by the homeowner himself if it was only a... 



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