Vancouver Plumbing Services provide repipe, plumbing repipe, sewer repair, water main repipe and repair in Vancouver, Washington, USA

Vancouver Plumbing Services

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Our Vancouver WA Address

Vancouver Plumbing Services
705 SE Victory Ave, #120
Vancouver, WA 98661

Phone (360) 216-7338

Business Description

Our Vancouver Plumbing Services Google My Business site is located at https://vancouver-plumbing-services.business.site, and the our Vancouver location map is Vancouver Plumbing Services map. Our business description is: Vancouver Plumbing Services full service plumber located in Vancouver Washington, USA. Vancouver Plumbing Services specializes in repipe, sewer repair, water line repair, hydrojet services, sewer scope and water heater repair. Vancouver Plumbing Services local Vancouver address with postal address is 705 SE Victory Ave, #120, Vancouver, WA 98661, USA. Our Vancouver office Geo Coordinates are latitude: 45.614792 and longitude: -122.634552. We accept cash, check, and credit card for payment. Our business is open from 7:00 AM until 5:00 PM Monday through Friday. Our best contact point is by telephone at +1(360)216-7338. Our business has an aggregate rating of 5 stars with a review count of 11.

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Vancouver City

The city of Vancouver, Washington is located on the south western border of the state of Washington. It is separated by the Columbia River from the city of Portland, Oregon. There are two large Interstate Highway bridges that connect Vancouver, Washington to Portland, Oregon. The Interstate 5 Highway bisects the city of Vancouver into East and West neighborhoods. Vancouver was incorporated as a city in 1857, it a major population center as the 4th largest city in the Washington, with a population of 161,791 as of April 1, 2010 census.

The city of Vancouver has experienced rapid growth since the year 2000 as families from Oregon, California, and other states have relocated. Vancouver has an excellent street system for cars and buses. The primary growth pattern for Vancouver has been a steady growth in the eastern portion of the city that borders Camas, WA. These two communities are now indistinguishable as the urban growth boundaries between the two cities have merged. Vancouver population growth has been accompanied by a tremendous increase in living units, primarily homes along with some apartments. There has been an accompanying increase in public services including streets, fire and police, as well as schools and hospitals. The private business sector has experienced major growth in high tech companies, as well as retail shopping, and restaurants.

There is a large variety of building types and age within the Vancouver, WA. There are a large number of homes built in the 1950’s in the central portion of the city, while the newer areas of growth in the eastern part of the city are filled with homes ten years old or newer

Plumbing in new homes is generally considered high quality when compared to other areas of the United States. Zoning regulations and building permit ordinances are very strict. Every new building is inspected multiple times by city and or county inspectors before occupancy approval.

Issues that create plumbing problems are primarily centered around breakdown of building foundations and tree roots. The Pacific Northwest is subject to large amounts of rain that can undermine buildings. Additionally, homes and business offices are often constructed close to existing trees. Landscaping frequently includes trees and shrubbery. Tree roots are a major cause of sewer line failure as well as water main damage.

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