Local Everett Plumber | Jim Dandy Sewer & Plumbing 2017-04-17T11:58:17+00:00

Hey, Everett!

We are your local Everett plumber.

Serving Everett and the surrounding communities since 1908.

When you need a plumber you usually need one RIGHT NOW! We are proud to be a local Everett plumber. We provide complete plumbing and sewer services near you. If you are searching for a plumber near you, then search no more, Jim Dandy Sewer and Plumbing is the company for you! Read what our customers have to say, ask about our specials and coupons. And find out about all of our plumbing and sewer services.

The Jim Dandy Sewer and Plumbing Story

Walford Erickson arrived in Seattle from Sweden in 1904 with his wife and son, Eric. Like many immigrants at that time he took on a job in an industry that needed willing and able workers. By 1908 he owned his own sewer construction company. His hard work paid off. He created Seattle’s oldest and most respected sewer and plumbing business. Three generations later Scott Spencer, owner of Jim Dandy Sewer and Plumbing, maintains the same level of honesty, integrity, and quality work. Jim Dandy is always improving and this continual improvement allows us to being Seattle’s oldest and most successful plumbing and sewer contractor.

Technology allows us to constantly upgrade our services and equipment. Jim Dandy has electronic sewer locating capabilities, TV video technology, power jetting, vactor pumping, trenchless sewer replacement, and full-service plumbing.

We have a fleet of trucks ready to handle any plumbing or sewer job  in every city in the Seattle area. Our staff is dedicated to getting the job done right the first time. We know that no one wants to hire a plumber or experience a plumbing emergency. We also know that if you are experiencing a plumbing or sewer problem, you want to hire the experts who will handle the job quickly, efficiently and affordably. Jim Dandy is the Plumber for you!

 

StatisticsReview of Jim Dandy Sewer
Plumbing ServicesSewer Services
Emergency Plumbing Services: Plumbers available 24 hours a daySewer Clean Out: Learn more about this important service
Clogged Drains: Bathtubs, Sinks and ShowersSewer Line Repair: All types of trenchless technologies
Rough-in Plumbing: Remodels and New Construction, Jim Dandy Sewer and Plumbing is the contractor to callPoint Repair: A single access method of sewer line repair 
Remodeling: Kitchens and BathroomsPipe Bursting: Learn about this trenchless sewer repair 
Frozen Pipes: Learn how to avoid them and how we can help repair themTrenchless Sewer Repair: No excavation necessary
Hot Water Heaters – All Types: Tankless and traditional models available.Sewer Pipelining: One of various repair methods.
Commercial Plumbing: Businesses and multi-tenant buildings, we can keep your rental units in top working orderExcavation: If necessary we have the equipment and skills
Garbage Disposals: Installations, Replacements and RepairsHydrojetting: Rid your sewer line of clogs and back-ups
Gas Leaks: Handling more than just water leaks, gas leaks too.Sewer Line Camera Inspection: A must for anyone considering the purchase of a new home
Shower Heads & Faucets: Installations, Replacements and RepairsSewer & Drain Cleaning: A service you should perform regularly
Toilets & Urinals: Installations, Replacements and RepairsSide Sewer Repair: To address clogs, back-ups and invasive tree roots

Providing Emergency Plumbing & Sewer Services to Fine Homes in the Everett Area for over 100 Years!

With trucks available to serve the entire Puget Sound Region we are the local Everett plumber near you. We can handle any plumbing or sewer repair or installation situation. If you need immediate emergency service call 206.633.1141 right now. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Need a local plumber in Everett right NOW? Call 206.633.1141

 

Jim Dandy Plumbers and Technicians are licensed and bonded

Serving this community and its stately homes for over 100 years. Our piping, plumbing and sewer experts always work to repair, replace and install sewer and plumbing fixtures with the most up to date technology. When you need a local Everett Plumber, trust the team at Jim Dandy Sewer and Plumbing. We have a fleet of top of the line trucks and vehicles. Additionally, we have equipment for excavation, hydrojetting and vactor work.

The Right Equipment and The Right People for the Job

A local Everett plumbing business, like Jim Dandy Sewer and Plumbing does not stay in business for over 100 years without investing in the best equipment and staying up to date on the most effective plumbing and sewer methods. We are always hiring the best technicians, traning the best plumbers and investing in new equipment to ensure that every job is done right the first time.

Always Exceeding the Plumbing and Sewer Industry Standards

Our drain cleaning and hydrojetting equipment is second to none. Hydrojetting is a method of cleaning out your sewer line with a high pressure water hose. It is designed specifically to clear debris and clogs from you drain. Additionally, once the jet has cleaned out your sewer line, we can insert a camera into the sewer line to inspect it for cracks, breaks or invasive tree roots. If we discover an issue with the sewer line, we can repair the line with any number of trenchless sewer line repair methods.

If excavation is necessary we also have the skills, equipment, and dedicated staff available to repair your concrete. The friendly plumbers at Jim Dandy Sewer and Plumbing will leave your Everett home and your yard in outstanding shape.

When you need a local Everett plumber to provide comprehensive sewer and plumbing services, look no further than the team at Jim Dandy Sewer and Plumbing.

 

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Jim Dandy DIY Tips

We know that taking care of your Everettt home is a big job and sometimes you just need some simple DIY tips to keep your home safe, warm and dry. Read our most recent blog posts for simple plumbing and sewer solutions that can protect your home from a plumbing emergency.

We regularly publish tips for homeowners so they can protect their homes from a variety of plumbing and sewer emergencies. Check back frequently for information on how to protect. Past topics include:

Freezing Pipes, Basement Odors, Leaky Faucets, Clogged Drains, Garbage Disposal Repairs, Plumbing Inspections for New Homes, Water Saving Tips, Preparing Your Home for the Changing Seasons, Kitchen and Bath Remodels, Choosing the Right Faucets and Showerheads, Water Heater Makes and Models, The Dangers of DIY Plumbing, Don’t Hire A Plumber Without A License, How to Prevent a Water Line Leak, How to Protect Your Home From Water Damage

 

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