Plumbing and drains are our specialties here at Olympia Plumbing and Drains, Water Damage and Restoration. Having a quality plumbing system, keeping up with maintenance, and getting leaks repaired right away are all crucial components to a seamless experience. Not only will you save on repair and replacement costs, but you will also save yourself some headaches and extend the lifespan of your plumbing system.

Our plumbers are trained in all aspects of plumbing and drains, from water damage repair to leaky pipe repair. We address anything from clogged drains and hard-to-detect leaks to fixture installation and repair. Licensed and insured, our plumbers specialize in all aspects of plumbing for residential homes and commercial businesses.

We address a variety of routine and emergency situations, quickly and efficiently, such as:


• Garbage
• Sinks
• Refrigerators
• Supply lines
• Pressurized copper lines
• Copper lines
• Remodels
• Faucets
• Water heaters
• Whole house repiping

• Tankless water heaters

• Leak detection
• Video camera inspection
• Jetting
• Line replacement
• Drain repair
• Slab repair
• Clogs for sink and shower drains


Here at Olympia Plumbing & Drains, Water Damage & Restoration, we’re all about staying on top of the latest techniques to help us deliver a better service to our customers. That’s why we use state of the art cameras to check drains and pipes for severe clogs, roots that may be strangling the line and collapsed or cracked drains. In the case of a collapsed or cracked drain, our technicians will dig it up and replace the line, followed by repairing the slab.

We know the value of regular plumbing and drain maintenance and encourage our customers to stay on top of this to avoid bigger bills down the line. We also try to save our customers money where we can. Our team works with insurance companies to ensure you maximize your coverage. While they won’t pay for the actual plumbing repair itself, did you know you can bill your homeowner’s insurance for leak location services?

Got a clog that just won’t quit? Have a running toilet?