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Areas served 
Seattle, Burien, Renton,  SeaTac, Tukwila, Des Moines, Federal Way, Normandy Park, Maple Valley,  West Seattle, Kent

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Joe the Plumber has been serving Maple Valley WA since 2006. He offers a variety of plumbing services, including faucet repair, disposals, hot water tank repair, plugged drains, water pipe leaks, trouble shooting, toilet repair, and sink repairs. As a small business, Joe is committed to providing quality services at an affordable rate. With over a decade of experience in the Maple Valley area, Joe is your dependable plumber for all your plumbing needs.

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A little Maple Valley history

The area was settled in 1879 by three men who were improving a trail and brought their families in. When a name for a future community was proposed, the names Vine Maple Valley and Maple Ridge were suggested. A vote was taken by writing the names on slips of paper and placing them in a hat. Vine Maple Valley won by 2/3, but the word "Vine" was later cut by the post office because it made the name too long.

The town's early history mainly had to do with coal, lumber milling to build homes, and a railroad that ran through town. Coal was brought in from Black Diamond to the south, but the town itself also mined coal from Cedar Mountain. The mine was used as late as 1947. Rail workers for lines like the Northern Pacific Railroad and the Cedar River Watershed, closed off by the City of Seattle, meant more workers for those things. More residents meant more lumber milling. More lumber milling meant more workers. Suquamish tribe chairperson Martha George was born near Maple Valley in Sheridan in 1892, at a logging camp where her mother and grandmother worked as cooks.

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