Plumbing in Spanaway

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Residential Plumbing to include: Repairs , Additions, Remodels, New Construction, Custom Homes, Water Heaters, Toilets, Sinks and All Plumbing Fixtures and Materials.

25611 142nd Ave E
Graham,
WA
US

Handyman Connection is locally owned and operated in the South King County area of Washington. We specialize in small to medium size home repairs and remodels - no job is too small. We want strive to be your on call for all of your home repair needs.

1305 Central Ave S
Kent,
WA
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Gary Fox Plumbing and Heating's team has wizard-like control over the elements, or at least two of them: water and air. Since 1983, the plumbers have traveled to homes and businesses to fix leaky pipes, unclog drains, and ensure water heaters are operating with efficiency. If necessesary, they can even strip out old pipes and install new systems. Gary Fox's team also maintains and installs HVAC equipment, including furnaces that run on gas, electric, or dreams.

24913 104th Ave SE
Kent,
WA
US

Drain Pro Plumbing, Inc is a fully licensed, bonded and insured plumbing contractor with the State of Washington and our license # is EMERGPB909ON.

Our crew of plumbers have the collective knowledge and experience that give us a unique advantage in providing professional services to the community.

9620 South 242nd Court
Kent,
WA
US

Keystone Windows & Doors' entry artisans outfit homes with high-quality, name brand, and customized windows and doors. Keystone offers free estimates and consultations for all design projects and promises a lifetime warranty on all labor. Apply $600 toward any window order of 10 or more windows (total of 200 square feet or more) or a fiberglass-door system outfitted with french ($4,500) or french-rail patio doors ($4,500). A six-panel double-entry door system with new hardware, including a deadbolt ($3,500), can fortify homes, and new vinyl, fiberglass, or wood bay windows give couches a clear view of the neighbors next door ($7,500).

2215 4th Ave S
Seattle,
WA
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Lark is the perfect summary of chef John Sundstrom's long, varied career in the culinary world. On paper, it seems an oddly meandering journey, hopping from one type of cuisine to another, but every influence is apparent at his current venture. His training in classic sushi may have provided inspiration for Lark's small plates, whereas his work at other upscale Seattle restaurants introduced him to the passion and abundance of the Northwest's farmers and foragers. A vegetarian restaurant illuminated organic ingredients, and a surf 'n' turf eatery taught him how to make protein the star of the show. This rather roundabout path must have worked: in 2007, Sundstrom was named Best Chef: Northwest by the prestigious James Beard Foundation for his work at Lark. The restaurant's artisanal menu changes seasonally but focuses on locally produced fare, with foie gras, corn, clams, and wine all sourced from Washington providers. Meant to be shared family-style, Lark's small- to medium-sized plates are perhaps best summed up by a Seattle Food Geek review: "small plates, big flavor."

926 12th Ave
Seattle,
WA
US