Puget Sound Plumbing and Heating believes in the importance of doing it right the first time.
The licensed plumbers from Puget Sound Plumbing and Heating come prepared to make a diagnosis and then give you options for fixing it. If repairing the toilet is possible, our trucks our stocked with parts so we can get it fixed fast. We serve the greater Seattle area.
When a new toilet is needed, we carry several models from Toto and Geber so we can install a new one right away with little inconvenience to you.
Don’t worry, Puget Sound Plumbing and Heating only hires fully trained, licensed plumbers to work for us.
Our technicians have years of experience in the plumbing industry. We know you trust us to get the job done right and that’s what we aim to do.
“My toilet tank shattered at 2am Saturday. After contacting several places, Puget Sound were the first to call back to say they could come out. When they showed up, they had toilets on the truck & quoted 650 for the basic & 750 for the ultra.
We went with them & they were done an hour later. I checked the model online & it’s a top rated toilet. They took away the broken toilet & even cleaned up. I was very satisfied. They were professional, quick & thorough.”
From a running toilet to a leaky one, our licensed plumbers will arrive at your Puget Sound home or business in their well-stocked trucks, ready to fix your toilet.
For your convenience, we keep our trucks stocked with a selection of Toto and Gerber toilets so we can install a new one the same day, if that’s what you need.
Their innovative design offers better performance and their quality means it will last longer. Plus, installing a water-saving toilet will save you money and they’re good for the environment.
While we carry these 2 brands on our trucks, we’re happy to install any brand at your request.
The EPA estimates a family of four that replaces its home’s older toilets with WaterSense labeled models will save more than $90 per year in reduced water utility bills, and $2,000 over the lifetime of the toilets.
You’ll also save 4,000 gallons of water per year by making this simple change.