1. Is Your Plumbing Ready for Summer?

    Warmer weather is on its way to Tacoma, and once summer arrives, you’ll most likely be spending more time outside. You might be working in the garden or hosting a backyard barbecue, but whatever the case may be, the one thing you’re going to need is water. You’ll need it to help your garden grow, and you’ll need it to wash the dishes after your backyard get-togethers. You’ll also need i…Read More

  2. Be Proactive About Your Plumbing Issues

    As a professional plumbing service in Tacoma, Spartan has helped many businesses overcome plumbing issues. These issues can be anything from overflowing toilets to clogged drains, and the one question that often comes up is, “Could this problem have been prevented?” In many cases, the answer to that question is “Yes,” and when it comes to commercial plumbing, the more proactive you can be…Read More

  3. Protect Against Frozen Pipes

    Some parts of the country have begun to thaw out from winter, but in Tacoma, the chance of freezing temperatures will persist for a few more weeks. When it comes to your plumbing, it’s important to protect against frozen pipes, since when the temperatures dip, your pipes can freeze up and even break. The last thing you want is to come home to a flood because pipes have burst open. At Spartan Se…Read More

  4. Add a Self-Cleaning Toilet to Your Home

    You’ve most likely seen or heard of a self-cleaning toilet, and certain countries around the world have them available on the mass market. Some homeowners in America have discovered the benefits of having such a toilet in their home, and at Spartan Services in Tacoma, we love seeing the look on people’s faces the first time they push the self-cleaning button. Our plumbing professionals can in…Read More

  5. Did You Damage Your Plumbing During Your Home Remodel?

    Remodeling your home can be a stressful experience, and can become even more so if you damage a section of wall or ceiling that you didn’t plan on taking out. If you’re tackling the project yourself, it’s important to practice patience and take your time when removing walls, fixtures, and more. However, if you do damage your wall or ceiling, it’s important to check that the plumbing behin…Read More

  6. Is There a Leak in Your Building’s Plumbing?

    A leak in a plumbing system is always a problem, but a leak in your commercial plumbing can be a catastrophe waiting to happen. The intricate, complex setup of an office plumbing system can present several challenges if there’s a possible leak, and finding the leak can be a seemingly insurmountable challenge. At Spartan Services in Tacoma, we have the knowledge and expertise to pinpoint a leak,…Read More

  7. Is There Water Dripping from Your Upstairs Bathroom?

    As a homeowner, one of the worst discoveries you can make is water leaking or dripping from your upstairs bathroom. You might not notice that leak until it’s very serious, and quite a bit of water has leaked from the toilet or the tub into the floor, and dripped through the ceiling below. By this point, there can be extensive water damage, and it’s important to have the plumbing checked as soo…Read More

  8. Your Toddler and Your Toilet

    Potty training your toddler can be both challenging and exciting, but one issue you may have to deal with once you introduce your little one to the toilet is the fascination with how the fixture works. They may love flushing it multiple times, and while you don’t want to discourage their enthusiasm, you also don’t want to waste water. They may also have a tendency to drop toys or other objects…Read More

  9. Silent Toilet Leaks in Your Office Building

    If you own or manage an office building, chances are that the bathrooms and break rooms are often your main focus. Since the majority of the plumbing is located here, it can be a real headache when something goes wrong with a drain, faucet, or toilet. If you’ve noticed a spike in your monthly water bill, it’s possible that there’s a “silent” leak somewhere in the building. These most of…Read More

  10. Only One Bathroom in the House?

    Many homes that were built in the last 100 years were constructed with only one bathroom due to the time and labor it took to run all the plumbing and piping to the bathtub and sink in the room. A house might have three or four bedrooms, but only one bathroom, and the idea of a “master bath” didn’t really come around until the 1970’s and 80’s when people began building larger homes and …Read More