Jim Dandy is your resource for green plumbing, environmental plumbing, greenplumber, rain garden, water conservation plumber, storm water retention.
Jim Dandy Sewer and Plumbing is a Licensed Green Plumber.
We are an accredited and trained Company in Caring for Our Water GreenPlumbers‘ and specialize in residential water conservation and retention, storm water runoff and filtration, rain gardens, environmental plumbing, water saving appliances and fittings, and assess areas in your home where you consume the most amount of water and advise on potential water saving for now and in the future.
Jim Dandy is working closely with homeowners, contractors, and business owners to promote more environmentally sustainable ways of operating. Incorporating green plumbing Seattle and building practices into the plumbing trade will improve quality of air, water, and living. We are water conservation and energy efficiency focused.
As your plumbing experts, we can provide quick and affordable service to help turn down your hot water tank and install low flow toilets. Just call for details!
Jim Dandy Sewer & Plumbing are green plumbers specializing in:
Storm Water Retention
Green Whole House Water Inspection
Water Catchment Systems
Water Infiltration Systems
High Efficiency Plumbing
Environmentally Friendly Plumbing
Through the Green Plumbing certification process and course study Jim Dandy Sewer & Plumbing is highly qualified in the understanding and the implementation of principles regarding the water cycle process, water infiltration, rain catchment and new technologies and behaviors that contribute to increased water conservation.
Proudly offering green plumbing water conservation, rain gardens and environmentally friendly plumbing service and installation to Seattle, Eastside including Sammamish, Issaquah, Woodinville, and Bothell. Serving Snohomish County including Everett, Marysville, Lynnwood, Lake Stevens and Mill Creek!
Rain Garden Water Conservation & Recycling
A rain garden cistern is a green way of water conservation. You can retain the rain water from your property and reuse it for irrigation with the correct pumps, and even potable water with the correct filtration devices. Instead of connecting to the sewer system and treating the rain water at the sewage treatment center, or flooding the cities sewer and storm main, along with the neighborhood, you can overflow the water from the cistern to a rain garden and disperse the overflow water back into the water table, which feeds the local creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes, at the same time restoring the natural habitat for the little critters in our area.
Rain gardens are situated in a low spot in the landscape so that they collect runoff. With a layer of gravel at the bottom of the garden they are very well drained and can filter the water back into the ground rapidly during and after a rain event. Building a rain garden will be one of the best and easiest things you can do to protect and conserve Seattle’s water resources. By installing rain gardens throughout Seattle we will help prevent excessive flooding, reduce stormwater pollutants, and improve water quality for fish, wildlife, and recreational users.
Water Infiltration, runoff and catchment Systems
On site infiltration, storm water run off and rain water catchment puts the rain water back into the water table, replenishing the streams, lakes to further the natural habitat for our little critters.