Raymark Plumbing and Sewer is Highlighting a Plumbing Industry Shift in New Year

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Seattle, Wash. - Businesses must assess their industry's future to continue to survive and adapt. Raymark Plumbing and Sewer, a Seattle sewer scoping company, highlights recent trends and reveals predictions for the plumbing industry in the new year. Smart technology is an increasing trend in the plumbing industry as it allows homeowners and businesses to track and monitor plumbing problems efficiently, as well as help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

As an industry, experts predict plumbing related improvements to continue growing in 2021. Plumbers are aware that much of this growth will be due to the increased use of smart technology. Many plumbers find their customers are requesting a variety of smart devices for their homes. The industry is finding that smart technology is especially interesting to millennials, who are comfortable with technology and are increasingly responsible for purchasing decisions in both personal and commercial spaces. 

Smart devices can offer customers the high-tech solutions and environmentally friendly products they desire. A few smart tech trends to look for in the upcoming year are smart leak detection devices, smart flow toilets, smart flow showers and faucets, tankless water heaters, and talking medicine cabinets. On many devices, you can set the time, air temperature, music, and radio station, in addition to the normal water temperature.

Additionally, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting paper shortages, some customers are likely to shift towards hands-off and paperless fixtures. Features such as touchless faucets, touchless soap dispensers, touchless air dryers, motion-flush toilets, and smart bidets can help reduce the use of paper products and fight the spread of germs. For those customers who want tools to help keep their family safe during the pandemic, touchless and/or smart plumbing fixtures may be the ideal solution.  

New devices can also save the homeowner a lot of money. Any home insurance company knows the catastrophic cost of repairing water damage. A leak detection device sounds an alarm or makes a phone call when water is detected. These are well worth their price and many types are available. Some insurance companies will help pay for leak detection devices.

Raymark Plumbing & Sewer is a full-service residential plumbing and sewer company in Seattle, WA. They have been a trusted source of plumbing and leak repair, drain cleaning, and sewer repair in Seattle for over 42 years. The family-owned company provides highly skilled and friendly technicians while offering expert and experienced solutions to any water problems. For more information, give them a call at (206) 440-9077 or visit www.raymarkplumbing.com.


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Raymark Plumbing and Sewer
Susan Hofacker
(206) 440-9077
10710 Lake City Way NE
Seattle, WA 98125