What if I find a water leak in my home?
Maintaining the drains in your home is important for several reasons! Preventing clogs is just one of them!
While At Your Service Plumbing does not control the partners we may refer you to, we do have a working relationship with them. We have spoken with most about the importance we put on customer service and taking great care of our clients. We will let you know if we refer you to someone we [...]
In the state of Washington, the plumbing trade is regulated, which is important to the health and safety of all consumers. There are a handful of certifications within the plumbing trade which have different requirements and allow a person to perform work at different levels. The law representing these certifications can be found at RCW [...]
As plumbers, we recommend tankless water heaters for their energy efficiency and endless hot water supply. Unlike traditional tanks that constantly heat stored water, tankless units heat water on demand, which can save you on energy costs. Additionally, you won't run out of hot water during peak use times, which can be a major convenience [...]
This is a great question. We are happy to answer this for you. In plumbing, grounding and bonding are important concepts that work together to ensure safety and prevent electrical hazards. Grounding involves establishing an electrical connection between the plumbing system and the earth, providing a safe path for electrical currents in case of faults [...]
At Your Service Plumbing maintains a Washington state plumbing contractor license number YOURSP*000NC. At Your Service Plumbing is fully insured through Federated Insurance Company. At Your Service Plumbing is bonded through CBIC. At Your Service Plumbing pays all state and federal taxes owed as well as workers’ compensation and unemployment taxes.
At Your Service Plumbing technicians are certified with the state of Washington as specialty residential or journeyman plumbers. At Your Service Plumbing trainees are registered with the state of Washington. At Your Service Plumbing certified technicians and trainees attend continuing education classes each year.