Here are some of the services we provide:
Drain Pro offers a full-range of plumbing services for homes and businesses. We keep up with technology advances and use the most up-to-date equipment. Whether your plumbing needs are large or small, we’ll give you a fair estimate and get the job done right.
We can also advise you on the most cost-effective solution for your plumbing problem–a repair or a replacement.
Whether it’s a faucet leak, toilet clog, or complete bathroom renovation, Drain Pro Plumbing can get the job done expertly, on time, and for a reasonable cost.
We repair and install:
- Kitchen sinks and faucets
- Bathroom sinks and faucets
- Utility sinks
- Toilets including new “touch” toilets and power flush toilets
- Showers and tubs
- Outdoor faucets
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Drain Pro Plumbing is expert at installing, servicing, and repairing water heaters of all types:
- We can advise you on whether it’s time to replace your water heater or whether it can be repaired.
- We can also advise you on what size and what type water heater might be best for your home or business.
- We can set up a maintenance program, to make sure your water heater lasts as long as possible.
Conventional water heaters have an average life expectancy of 10 to 15 years depending on the type and its maintenance.
You might want to consider installing a tankless water heater, which produces hot water only on demand–no water storage involved. Tankless water heaters cost more initially, but they last longer (more than 20 years) and have lower operating costs. They also have easily replaceable parts, which can extend the heaters’s lifetime. This can save you up to $100 a year, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
Drain Pro Plumbing can clear and clean all kinds of drains. We know what the city regulations are for Seattle and all other King County towns, and when work permits are required.
We know that prevention is the best way to avoid the misery of clogged drains and sewer backups.
Our specialty is preventive maintenance: inspecting and cleaning out your drains to make sure you won’t have a problem.
We use high-tech cameras to look inside your drains, and hydro-jet technology to clear clogs.
Our recommendation is that you schedule drain inspection and maintenance at least every three years, to make sure that no problems develop.
But if you’re hit with an unexpected problem, we’re on call 24/7 to help.
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If you live in an older home, it may be time for re-piping. Drain Pro Plumbing professionals are experts at putting new pipe systems in your home.
We can also advise you on how to tell when it’s time for a new pipe system. Here are some of the indications:
- Your pipes are more than 20 years old.
- Your water pressure is weak.
- Your water is rusty looking.
- Your water has a funny smell.
It’s a big decision (and a big expense) to re-pipe your home, so you want to be sure that it’s needed. Drain Pro Plumbing can help you evaluate the state of your pipe system to decide on whether you can go with a repair job or whether you need new pipes. We are experts at both.
The Seattle area gets 37.49 inches of rain per year. That means that many homes need sump pumps to keep the basement clean and dry. Sump pumps send water away from the house to a storm drain or other area.
If you’re moving to a new home, Drain Pro Plumbing can help you assess whether its sump pump is properly installed and adequate to do the job.
You may also want to do some preventive maintenance on your sump pump, if it’s a few years old. You want your sump pump in good working order, and prepared to handle a sudden deluge.
Drain Pro’s expert plumbers can inspect your system and suggest any necessary repairs. We are also experts at installing new sump pump systems, both the submersible and the above-ground pedestal type. Every home is differently situated, and we can advise on which system configuration might be best for your home.
A submersible sump pump works while submerged under water. The pedestal pump is elevated on floor level, and turns on to pump when water reaches a particular level.
Drain Pro Plumbing has years of experience in sump pump and sewer pump installation, including digging a sump pit at the lowest point in your basement or crawl space, and installing the pump according to city regulations. We are careful to protect the basement walls and your foundation. We also know when permits are required.
Drain Pro Plumbing is also prepared to help you with an emergency. We keep sump pumps and sewage ejectors on hand, to help prevent damage in your basement.
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Sewage pumps are used to pump residential sewage out to the city sewer line (or to a septic tank). The homeowner is responsible for maintenance of the pump and the side sewer that leads to the city sewer line.
It’s a good idea to have your pump and sewage system inspected every few years to prevent an emergency. Drain Pro Plumbing is happy to help with inspection and maintenance.
But if you have a pipe or pump break or sewage back up, Drain Pro Plumbers is available 24/7 to come to the rescue. We keep sump pumps and sewage ejectors on hand. If you have an emergency, we’ll bring our equipment to your home, to minimize damage to your basement.
Sewers and drains are part of the household infrastructure that we don’t normally see–except when there’s a messy break or overflow.
Preventive maintenance is the best way to avoid an emergency. Regular inspections and flushing out of your pipes and drains can prevent costly breakages and nasty sewage backups.
At Drain Pro Plumbing, we’re experts at inspecting and clearing sewers and drains. We use the latest equipment with cameras to look inside your pipes and drains and check for any clogs.
If your drains are running slow or your pipes are clogged, we’ll use hydro-jetting, a high-pressure water stream to clear out your drains and sewers quickly and safely.
Did you know that there are up to 36,000 sewer overflows a year in the United States? Almost half of these are caused by a buildup of fat, oil, and grease in the pipes.
You can prevent this kind of overflow by preventing kitchen grease from going down the drain. It takes a little more time to dispose of grease in the trash, but it will save you money–and save you from a sewage mess.
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Kent homeowners are responsible for maintaining the side sewer, the sewer pipe that goes from your home to the municipal sewer main in the street.
Some homeowners may not even know where their “side sewer” is located. Drain Pro Plumbing is expert and locating side sewers and checking their condition.
Performing regular preventive maintenance of your pipes is a lot cheaper than paying for a pipe break repair or replacement. And don’t forget, as a homeowner, you’re responsible not just for the repair itself, but for repair of any sidewalk and street surface that gets torn up during a pipe repair.
If you do need to replace your home’s pipes and drains, Drain Pro Plumbing may be able to use the new trenchless sewer repair system to replace your pipes. This method can replace the old sewer line with a new one, without digging up the old line. This means no digging mess and no jack-hammering!
No matter what kind of a sewer or drain problem you have, Drain Pro is ready 24/7 to help. We have the experts and the advanced technology to diagnose blockages, clear them out, or install new pipes and sewers.
And, if you’re buying a new home in Kent, we’re happy to inspect the pipes and drains before you sign your contract.
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Garbage disposals are a time-saving kitchen innovation, but they need proper installation and care to keep them in top working shape. This American invention is now used in about 50 percent of U.S. homes.
Drain Pro Plumbing is expert at installing and servicing garbage disposals. Call us at (253) 236-5000 if you have a problem with your garbage disposal. Our prices are fair, and our service is great.
If you're living in a house that is 10 years old or older, you may have a problem with vegetation growing around your pipes. Vegetation, including tree roots can damage your pipes.
Drain Pro Plumbing uses the advanced technology of hydro-jetting--high-pressure water jets--to cut roots and other vegetation away from your pipes. We use the same hydro-jetting to clear the inside of pipes and drains, if necessary.