1. Is Your Plumbing Ready for the Holidays?

    Thanksgiving is just over a month away, and you’re most likely busy getting everything ready for the busy holiday season. You may have already decorated your house for Halloween, and once that’s over, the autumnal decor will come out. No longer after that, the winter holiday decorations will be up, and you’ll be preparing for friends and family who will be visiting. If you’re hosting peopl…Read More

  2. Finding a New Building for Your Business?

    As a business owner, your goal is to grow your company and create a place where your employees can thrive. Your first building may be a small one, and since you’re still a new company, there is most likely enough space for everyone. However, as your business grows, you may need to begin looking for a new space, and that means finding a building you can grow into for the next four to five years. …Read More

  3. Is Your Sump Pump Ready for the Rainy Season?

    September is nearly here, and for those living in Tacoma, that means the beginning of the rainy season. The warmer days of summer will soon be a distant memory, and while you may be looking forward to cooler weather, you’re not looking forward to the possibility of water finding its way into your basement. If your home has a sump pump, but you’re not sure if it will make it through another rai…Read More

  4. Plumbing Problems in Your New House?

    When looking for a new house, you want to find one that meets your needs and is within your price range. When negotiating a purchase price, the two things that can play the biggest parts are the appraisal and the home inspection report. With the home inspection, specifically, there could be things that arise that give you some leverage when it comes to the final purchase price. If there are issues…Read More

  5. The Biggest Plumbing Myths

    Your home’s plumbing is a complex system of pipes, connections, and drains, and if you were to look at a cross section of it, you might not have any idea of what’s going on (and that’s okay). At Spartan Services in Tacoma, we’ve tackled all types of plumbing problems, and we’ve heard several stories from homeowners on what they thought was going on with their pipes. There are many myths …Read More

  6. 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 it…Read More

  7. 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

  8. 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 Ser…Read More

  9. 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 ins…Read More

  10. 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 behind…Read More