Toilets

Toilet Repair and Replacement

Common Toilet Problems

  • Leaking Toilet – Toilets can leak from multiple places. Water may show up on the floor, at the base of the toilet, or it may be leaking internally. 
  • Clogs – When you have a toilet clog, a toilet plunger is a great tool. The toilet plunger has an outer flange that fits into the hole at the bottom of the toilet and can be purchased at any hardware store. The flat bottom plunger shape is designed to plunge a sink. 
  • Difficult to flush – Toilets that don’t completely flush may need adjusting, may be partially plugged, or the toilet is old and needs to be replaced.
  • Rocking Toilet – A toilet shouldn’t rock or move at all when you sit on it. If this is happening, the toilet may need to be adjusted or reset. It maybe that the bolts attaching the toilet to the floor have come loose. If your toilet needs updating, use this opportunity to purchase a new one. 
  • Lead Bend Failing – A lead (pronounced led) bend is a short piece of pipe installed on toilets up until the 1920s.  

Purchasing a New Toilet

  • A toilet is a home’s largest water user. New efficient toilets are those designed after 2004. These can save you water and money.
  • Toilets are available as 2 piece, 1 piece, round front, elongated, wall-hung, and ADA compliant. Home owners can choose models with features ranging from water saving high-efficiency, choice of flush methods, and pressure-assisted flushing, to LED lighting and warm air drying.
  • ADA compliant toilets are those that are in compliance with the American Disabilities Act. These toilets offer a slightly higher seat height which is often easier for those with disabilities.
  • Our experienced technicians carry Toto and Gerber brand toilets on their trucks, in round, elongated, and ADA compliant styles.

What to Flush and Not Flush

Indoor plumbing is an incredible and relatively new invention that many of us take for granted. New toilet technology and advanced wastewater treatment processes are improving our world. But in spite of advancements, our side sewer lines and the city main sewer lines are not designed to handle anything other than basics. In fact, Seattle sewer lines were designed to flush only human waste and standard toilet paper into the city sewer system. 

Unflushables

To get the best performance from your toilet and to alleviate the possibility of a sewer back up, never flush anything other than standard toilet paper and human waste down the toilet. Thick toilet paper, wipes, tampons, diapers, paper towels, dental floss, kitty litter, cotton swab sticks, and other products advertised as “flushable” really aren’t. Flushing these is asking for trouble. Flushing these also means someone else is cleaning up the mess downstream.

In our experience, many if not most plugged toilet and sewer calls are the result of homeowners or guests flushing the above named items down the toilet. Debris catches onto roots and imperfections on the inside of the side sewer line and causes a slow, clogged, or completely blocked sewer line.

It may take effort to change the habit of using your toilet as a garbage can, but this change in habit could save you many thousands of dollars in repairs. Place a plastic lined container next to your toilet for these non-flushables and dispose of the contents in the garbage can.

Other commonly found flushed objects that cause clogs and backups are: bath toys, toilet paper rolls, and soap bars. In particular, one of our customers found her toddler had thrown all of her makeup into the toilet and then tried to flush it all. Children often want to see what will happen when they flush something down the toilet.

  • The toilet is a drain. See our Drain Cleaning /Repair page for more information on how to keep your drains running freely.

Cleaning the Toilet

  • White vinegar is a natural and inexpensive cleaning agent. Pour some into the toilet bowl water and let it sit. Then scrub the bowl and flush. If extra power is needed, add baking soda to the vinegar in the toilet bowl.
  • If you have marble or stone floors in the bathroom, avoid splashing vinegar on the floor.

Schedule your Raymark appointment today by calling 206-430-1954 or complete our Contact form.

Plumbing Leak Repair

Plumbing Leak Repair

Anything containing water has the potential to leak. Plumbing leaks can occur when a drain pipe develops a hole from corrosion, or a drain line is clogged and the water seeks a place to go. Leaks can also occur on water supply lines due to constant high water pressure, and continuous pulling and pushing actions that weaken pipes.

Signs of Leaks

  • Water stains or damage on a ceiling or wall  
  • Water pooled at the base of a toilet, at the base of a faucet, or under a sink
  • Standing water anywhere in a house
  • A mold smell under a sink or a musty smell in the basement or anywhere in the house
  • An unusually high water bill

Leak Detection

At times it can be difficult to tell where a leak is coming from since a leak may not originate from an obvious place. It could come from a radiant floor heater, a radiator, a hot water tank, a dishwasher, an ice-maker, or from gutters filled with debris, and more. If you suspect a leak, or if you notice mildew, mold or water stains, call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer at 206-430-1954. Raymark is experienced and knowledgeable in detecting leaks. Our expert plumbers will locate the source of any leak and make the needed repairs.

Prevent Water Damage

It’s important to take care of leaks right away because waiting increases the chances of costly water damage to your ceilings, walls, hardwood floors, carpets, and furniture. If you suspect a leak, call Raymark today for an assessment of the problem. Our experienced technician will make recommendations and give you options for repairs.

If you have a water service leak, please see our Water Line Repair page.

Schedule your Raymark appointment today by calling 206-430-1954, or complete our Contact form.

Water Heaters

Water Heaters

Your water heater should continuously deliver hot water when you bathe, do dishes, mop floors, and wash the dog. If you are waiting for the water to get hot, or you run out of hot water, you may have a problem with your hot water tank. Call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer for all of your water heater needs. Ask us about our lifetime no-leak warranty on electric water heaters, and options on tankless water heaters.

Stay in Hot Water

The traditional hot water heater pulls in fresh water, heats and stores it, and then delivers it upon request. This cycle repeats itself multiple times per day and that’s a lot of work on the hot water tank.  Hot water tanks tend to corrode and then leak as they age. To avoid problems that may arise as a tank ages, hot water heaters should be replaced after 10 years of service. 

If your hot water tank is over 10 years old, call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer today. Our expert technicians will provide pricing for a new tank, install earthquake strapping, install an expansion tank if needed, and haul away your old tank. Don’t wait for a leak or a malfunction to occur. Call Raymark to ensure you and your family can rely on hot water whenever needed.

Maintain Your Water Heater

  • Every two years, ask a certified service technician to inspect your water heater. Raymark technicians check the drain valve for signs of leakage and make sure your tank is performing as expected. As a result, your hot water tank may perform longer.
  • Contact Raymark Plumbing and Sewer to check your hot water heater and keep it operating efficiently.

Repair or Replace Your Water Heater

Since hot water heaters are designed to last about 10 years, it is usually more economical to replace a tank around that age rather than repair it. You may wait longer to replace the tank if it’s working well, but we’ve found that repairing tanks 8 years and older is not cost effective. In addition, make sure an older tank is located in a place where a leak will not cause property damage.

Below are signs your water heater needs to be repaired or replaced:

  • Less hot water than usual may result from loose wires, failing elements, or a dip tube needing repair.
  • Water suddenly too hot or too cold is usually a thermostat problem.  Check the thermostat to see if it is working. Ask your household members if anyone turned the temperature up or down. Our plumbers report that this often happens.
  • Leaks can form due to a loose pipe, a faulty pressure relief valve, or cracks and holes in the tank.  A tank continuously expands and contracts as it heats and cools down.  This continuous fluctuation weakens the tank over time and creates those cracks and holes.
  • Strange noises can indicate sediment building up at the bottom of the tank. Call Raymark to assess this and all of your water heater problems.

Types of Water Heaters

Enlist the expertise of Raymark Plumbing and Sewer before you purchase a new water heater. Our knowledgeable plumbers will help you to make the right choice for your home.

  • Water heater options are electric, gas, and gas tankless, and each type has its benefits and levels of energy efficiency. In addition, we offer new laser-welded electric tanks that are guaranteed “no-leak” for life.
  • Call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer at 206-430-1954. Our techs will help assess your needs and recommend a hot water heater. 
  • Raymark can also help if you would like to convert to a gas hot water heater.  We install gas water heaters and the needed gas line in homes where gas is already in place. See our Gas Lines page for more information.

Schedule your Raymark appointment today by calling 206-430-1954 or complete our Contact form.

Water Line Repair

Water Line Repair

“Water lines” can refer to fresh water or waste water. On this page, we are referring to the outside pipes that bring fresh water from the city’s main line into your home. The industry terminology calls this “water service”. For more information on inside water lines, see our Repipe Services page.

To ensure water is delivered when wanted, your water service is kept under constant high pressure.  As a result of this pressure, leaks can develop in weak or older pipes.

Signs of Trouble

An elevated water bill is the most common, and often the only symptom of a leak in your water service. Sometimes, when a leak occurs, water will find its way onto your lawn or basement, whichever is downhill from the leak. Because uncontained water can be so damaging, we recommend locating your water shut off at the water meter before an emergency arises.

With this in mind, look for these signs of trouble:

  • An unusually high water bill
  • The water meter running when no water is in use
  • Standing water found on the lawn, walkway, sidewalk, or driveway
  • Water in the basement or on the lower level of your home

Furthermore, a water service may fail due to old age, the type of pipe, or the presence of tree roots. When a tree needs water, it can wriggle its way inside the smallest cracks in a pipe.  In time, the pipe can break open and become an emergency situation.

Call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer at 206-430-9077 if you suspect a water line is leaking.  We will make recommendations to repair or replace part or all of the water line.

In an Emergency

If an outside pipe is leaking or flooding, turn off the water at the water meter.  Check for a water shut-off valve at the water meter box near the street.

  • If you have a Top Shut Off (TSO) meter, you may be able to shut the water off with your hands or with a wrench
  • Older meters may need a special tool to shut off the water. If you need help to shut off your water at the meter, call Raymark at 206-430-1954 , or call Seattle Public Utilities at 206-386-1800.
  • See this Seattle Public Utilities link on How to Shut Off Water At the Meter
  • If you find water running on a neighboring property, call the Seattle emergency line at 206-386-1800.

Raymark plumbers have all the tools needed to shut off your water and to make repairs.  Call us for any problems with water in your lawn, driveway, yard, patio, and home. Our expert and knowledgeable technicians can solve the problem and stop water line leaks.

Water Pressure

Some Seattle area neighborhoods are known to have consistently high or low water pressure.

  • In neighborhoods with high water pressure, Raymark can install a PRV (a Pressure Reducing Valve).  This valve regulates the water pressure, reduces the pressure on the water line, and increases the life span of the pipe.
  • Neighborhoods with low water pressure are usually located at the bottom of a hill. For these locations, Raymark may recommend a booster pump to increase the flow.

Water Line Composition

The city main water lines run under the street and are maintained by Seattle Public Utilities. These lines are made of copper, plastic, galvanized iron, or ductile iron.

Use this link to find out what your city water line is made of. Further, the water line from the city water meter to the home is the Seattle homeowners responsibility.

Call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer today. Our experienced technicians can solve any of your water problems.

Schedule your Raymark appointment today by calling 206-430-1954, or complete our Contact form.

Repipe Services

Repipe Services

A repipe is a complete replacement of the water lines inside your home.  The most common reason for a repipe in the greater Seattle area is to replace old galvanized lines with copper or PEX. This helps ensure your water lines are free of lead, corrosion and leaks. A repipe may also increase the water volume in your home, depending on your Seattle neighborhood’s water pressure.

  • Galvanized iron pipes, also called galvanized pipes, are actually steel pipes coated with a layer of zinc. The zinc was added to extend the life of the pipe but it contained lead and other metals. These pipes were commonly installed in homes built in Seattle before the 1960’s. 
  • Corrosion and lead are the main concerns with galvanized pipes. Lead can also be found in the connections to the city’s lead pipes in the street.
  • As pipes corrode over time, rust debris forms and reduces the diameter of the pipe.  This can reduce the water flow to your fixtures, and can create water quality issues.  In addition, the corrosion can cause galvanized pipes to leak and can cause water damage to your property.

Test your pipes to see if they are galvanized by placing a magnet on a bit of exposed pipe in your home.  A magnet will stick to galvanized pipe. Magnets won’t stick to copper or plastic pipes.

Replacement

Some homes have a partial replacement of galvanized pipes in the kitchen area, especially if a kitchen was remodeled. Instead of a partial replacement, Raymark recommends a full replacement of the home’s pipes. This is because the shaking and vibration caused by cutting and moving galvanized pipes can loosen the accumulated corrosion. This debris clogs sink aerators, shower heads, faucets, and cartridges.

The vibration can also disturb corroded pipes in interior walls and potentially cause a leak. Due to this potential loosening, we can’t guarantee the outcome when a partial replacement is done. It is also more cost effective to replace all water lines at one time. For these reasons,  a partial repipe is not recommended.

Also, the installation of new faucets and valves can inadvertently cause pipe damage and leaks. Therefore, we recommend replacing old galvanized lines before installing new faucets. 

If you are looking for a partial replacement due to a better quality of water, a water filter may be a better solution. Please see our Water Filter page for more information.

Longevity

Your water supply lines bring in fresh water. These older water lines weren’t built to last forever. A replacement of your home’s fresh water supply lines ensures cleaner water and sturdy, dependable pipes.  A repipe should last the life of your home. 

Call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer and one of our experienced plumbers will assess your current water lines and give you a quote for a repipe.

Schedule your Raymark appointment today by calling 206-430-1954 or complete our Contact form.

 

Faucet Repair and Replacement

Faucet Repair and Replacement

Raymark Plumbing and Sewer repairs and replaces all types of faucets. We also diagnose and fix water flow problems.

If you have a faucet that won’t shut off completely, have low water pressure or low flow, or if you’re looking for a more contemporary look for your kitchen, bath, or laundry room, call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer. Our expert and knowledgeable plumbers will help you with any of your faucet, valve, and water needs.

Repair

The life span of a faucet depends on the quality and make. It also depends on the quality of your pipes. Old galvanized pipes that contain rust or debris can shorten the life of your faucets. See our Repipe page for more information.

When an existing faucet is not performing well, Raymark can make repairs. Our experienced techs carry repair parts for standard faucets.

However, it may be in your best interest to replace the faucet because:

  • Older model faucets may no longer have parts available
  • Some inexpensive faucets cost more to repair than to replace
  • Some faucets were designed to be unrepairable

Our experienced plumbers will help assess your needs and help you determine if the repair option or the replace option is best for you.

Replace

You may want to change the appearance of a faucet if the finish is worn away or scratched from years of use. Or you may want an upgrade from two handles to one handle, or to a style that incorporates the spray mechanism into the faucet itself.  Raymark plumbers stock several styles of faucets on their trucks and can make recommendations on other styles, brands, and types of faucets as well.

Raymark solves common faucet issues. Call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer for all of your faucet needs.

Schedule your Raymark appointment today by calling 206-430-1954 or complete our Contact form.

Garbage Disposals

Garbage Disposals

We have a friend who dumps the leftovers from her family dinner directly into her garbage disposal. Luckily, she knows plumbers who help her keep her kitchen drain line clear. She and everyone should know that the garbage disposal is intended for small food particles, and not the entire remains of a family dinner or dinner party.

Recommendation

Raymark recommends scraping kitchen scraps and unwanted leftovers into the compost container instead of down the sink. This will help you (and our friend) save on plumbing problems and the costs of repair. Take advantage of Seattle’s Food & Yard Waste composting program, picked up weekly at the same time as garbage and recycling.  This one step will prevent most of the commonly reported garbage disposal problems.

When you send too much down your drain pipes, clogged drain lines are often the result. Your garbage disposal is connected to your kitchen sink drain, which is connected to your home’s main drain line, which flows into your side sewer line, and then into the sewer main. Keep these drains running free by disposing only the minimum of non-water waste in them.

Avoid Problems

Extend the life of your disposal and avoid disposal and drain problems by following these recommendations:

  • Don’t treat your garbage disposal like a garbage can. Only put small food scraps down it.
  • Don’t put grease down the disposal. Chopped up grease is still grease and causes clogs.
  • Don’t overload the disposal. Only put small food debris down the disposal, not an entire head of old lettuce or a bag of old apples. Put these in your food waste container instead.
  • Don’t put hard food into the disposal. No nut shells, avocado or peach pits, corn cobs, bones, coffee grounds, or egg shells.
  • Don’t put anything stringy or with strings down the disposal, e.g. celery and teabags. Strings wrap around the grinders and stop the disposal from working.
  • Don’t use a caustic drain cleaner. These corrode your disposal and your pipes, and plumbers do not like putting their hands or tools into the caustic mixture.

Call Raymark if you need help with your garbage disposal. Our techs carry several replacement options on their trucks if needed.

Schedule your Raymark appointment today by calling 206-430-1954 or complete our Contact form.

Sewer Repair and Replacement

Sewer Repair and Replacement

Raymark Plumbing and Sewer specializes in sewer repair and replacement.  We not only have the skills and tools needed to repair or replace your sewer line, but we are the Seattle experts in this field. We are also registered Side Sewer Contractors and are licensed to work in the City of Seattle right-of-way. Call Raymark for all of your sewer needs.

Symptoms of a Clogged Sewer

When one or more drain lines are clogged, you may hear a gurgling sound, or see your toilet water bubbling, or you may have water backing up in your shower, bathtub, or laundry sink. Slow drains and frequent backups are symptoms that often first appear on the lower level of your home. If you are experiencing any symptoms of a clogged sewer, call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer. We determine the cause of the problem and offer you options that help get your drain lines running smoothly.

 Common Sewer Issues

  • Tree roots – Tree roots seek water. Over time they can penetrate sewer lines and then partially or fully block the line.
  • Broken or sagging pipes – When a side sewer line sags or bellies from ground changes such as soil erosion or earthquake, or from aging pipes, waste may not be able to exit efficiently. Since flow is gravity dependent, waste may seep out underground or into any nearby openings. On a broken pipe, an opening may allow dirt, mud, grass, leaves and rodents to enter the pipe. All of these can contribute to a partial or full blockage and a backup in your home.
  • Toilet debris – Treating a toilet as a garbage can will lead to sewer issues. Do not flush wipes, diapers, grease or anything with string down the toilet. See Raymark’s Toilet page for more information on how to treat your toilet.
  • Garbage disposal debris– Don’t put large amounts of food or grease down the disposal. It was designed to handle only small amounts of food debris. See Raymark’s Garbage Disposal page for more information on how to treat your disposal.
  • Hair – hair enters drain lines usually through the bathroom sink and shower. After brushing hair, put loose hair in the garbage, never throw it into the toilet. See Raymark’s Drain Cleaning and Repair page for more information on how to treat your drain lines.

Raymark Plumbing & Sewer can resolve any of these sewer issues.  We’ve been doing this work over 40 years in the Seattle area. We are familiar with Seattle sewer lines and offer full or partial sewer line repair and replacement.

Preventative Maintenance

We recommend putting as little garbage down your drain lines as possible.  This one change in your home habits could prevent thousands of dollars in sewer line repair.

  • Save cooking grease and fat in a disposable container and then place the container in your garbage can. Never put grease down a drain, as it will congeal and clog.
  • Use a screen to cover drain openings to collect hair and soap products from going down the bathroom drain
  • Place small garbage containers in your bathroom and kitchen, and laundry room to catch those items you usually flush down the toilet, put down your garbage disposal, or rinse down your bathroom sink
  • Schedule an annual tree root cutting if you have a yard full of trees. We can send a snake with cutting blades thorough the sewer line to remove the roots and then camera the line to see if any damage has occurred. Our special cameras allow us to inspect lines underground, below a patio or driveway, and beneath your home’s foundation.

Call our expert and knowledgeable sewer and drain technicians to help resolve all of your sewer and drain line problems.

Schedule your Raymark appointment today by calling 206-430-1954 or complete our Contact form.

Sewer Video and Inspection

Raymark is the Expert

Raymark Plumbing and Sewer is the expert in recording and analyzing sewer videos. In fact, Raymark is known for the depth and breadth of our sewer and plumbing expertise.

We offer services in sewer cleaning, inspection, and jetting. And, of course, we perform sewer line repair and replacement.

We Fix the Problem

If you are experiencing slow drains, clogs, or sewer backups, Raymark will help.  Our cameras are created specifically to video sewer lines. Our technician will perform a visual inspection of your sewer line, assess its condition, and make recommendations. As a result, problems can be caught early and addressed before a larger problem or a back up occurs.  Call Raymark today at 206-430-1954 if you have any problems with your side sewer line.

Sewer Video

The process to record a video of your sewer line begins with a special high-resolution camera. Our technician attaches the camera to the end of a flexible cable. Then he inserts the cable into the line and begins recording. However, blockages in the line sometimes stop the camera from proceeding to the end. In these cases, the technician pulls the camera and then attempts to clear the line. When the line is clear, he resumes the video recording.

Video Inspection

During the video recording, images reveal breaks, holes, cracks, bellies and other problems. The technician makes sure the images clearly capture the issues. At the same time, a radio transmitter records the depth and physical location of pipe defects and obstructions. 

Thereafter, we save the completed video scope on-line.

Estimate

Without delay, Raymark’s sewer estimator reviews the video to determine if work is needed. If issues are found, the estimator recommends solutions based on the problems identified. Recommendations may include an estimate for repair or replacement of the side sewer line. 

Many factors are considered in the estimate. For example:

  • The length and depth of the sewer line
  • Material composition (clay pipe, concrete, plastic)
  • Age of line
  • Topography
  • Soil composition
  • Complex line layout

Lastly, the Raymark office sends the estimate to the customer for review. The estimate includes the problems found, proposed solutions,  and the price of each solution. In addition, we share the video with the home owner as part of the estimate. 

Annual Video Inspection

If you have problems or potential problems with your sewer  line, call Raymark to schedule an annual video inspection. The results of this inspection help determine the immediacy of when work is needed. For more information on your side sewer line, see our Sewer Repair and Replacement page.

Schedule your Raymark appointment today by calling 206-430-1954, or complete our Contact form.

Drain Cleaning and Repair

Raymark is The Expert

Raymark Plumbing and Sewer is truly a drain specialist.  We are known in the industry for solving any and all drain problems, and we are the experts in drain solutions.

Drain Cleaning and Repair

Every home contains multiple drains and drain lines. These lines should be kept clear to function properly and keep waste water flowing out of your home. Water and drain lines are much like our circulatory system – small lines and veins flow into larger lines and arteries. When the larger lines become slow or clogged, serious back-ups and stoppages can occur. At the first sign of a slowdown, call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer to have your drain lines cleaned.  Give yourself peace of mind and give your home a clean bill of health.

 Typical Findings

Ideally, waste water is the only thing flowing through your drain lines.  The reality is that many factors can cause slow drains, clogs, or backed up drain lines. For example:

  • Blockages form due to foreign objects put into a drain line or toilet. Those can include wipes, toys, and anything with string, like tampons, dental floss, and tea bags.
  • Age contributes to corrosion, holes, clogs, and breaks in the line.
  • A smaller clog could be pushed down into a larger line that already has some obstructions, causing a major back up.
  • Obstructions from tree roots or rocks outside

 Efficient Drain Lines

Call Raymark Plumbing and Sewer for regular or emergency drain cleaning. We are here to help you maintain your home at its maximum efficiency by:

  • Cleaning the p-traps under your sinks
  • Testing toilet tanks and bowls to ensure they are draining properly
  • Checking for leaks
  • Conducting routine drain cleaning using snaking or jetting methods

Prevention

Pay attention to your drains. The sound of water running freely down the drain is the sound you want to hear. If you don’t hear that, keep an eye on that drain and call Raymark to clean it if needed.

To prevent slow drains and clogs, allow only waste water in your drain pipes.  Because that is difficult, here are some specific suggestions that will help:

Catch debris

  • Place a mesh strainer or screen over your drain openings. This strainer or filter will gather the hair, soap chips, and food particles from going down the drain, which will save you trouble and money down the road. Most soaps are made from fats and contribute to build ups. Clean these screens regularly and you won’t have to call us later.

Review Layout

  • Assess your drain line layout. Every layout is different and some drain pipes are difficult to reach. Others may be hidden behind walls, floors, or below the ground. Our Raymark technicians are happy to come out and assess problem areas and offer solutions. We can insert a camera into a drain line in order to view what’s going on. This works well when lines are inaccessible, or when a line has a sharp turn.  To avoid repeated plumbing visits, it may be expedient to replace a section of drain pipe with a smoother turn or a more gravity efficient layout.

No Grease

  • Do not put oil or grease down kitchen drains, bathroom drains, or down the toilet.  Water can’t cut through oil, and grease solidifies in the drain and causes blockages. We recommend wiping grease from pots, pans, and dishes with a paper towel before washing them, and then put the paper towel in the garbage.  Furthermore, the City of Seattle’s recycling program recommends large amounts of grease and fats go in the garbage, and not in your compost container.

No Chemicals

  • Do not use chemicals to clear a clogged drain. Any substance that eats through hair and grease will also eat through your pipes and garbage disposal. If you pour drain cleaner into your sink and then call a plumber, it is likely the plumber will come into contact with these corrosive chemicals. Call us first; let Raymark take care of the problem and use methods safe for everyone.

Schedule your Raymark appointment today by calling 206-430-1954, or complete our Contact form.