City of Bothell makes no recommendations regarding private contractors.
This list of drainage system maintenance service contractors is for information purposes only and is not all-inclusive list of contractors who provide this kind of service. According to available records, the contractors on this list have a State business license with a city endorsement permitting them to perform services within Bothell's city limits. City of Bothell has no affiliation with the contractors and does not guarantee quality of service or otherwise endorse any of the contractors.
See a list of vactor vendors who have a State business license with a city endorsement permitting them to perform services within Bothell's city limits.
Information the contractor will need
When you request drainage system maintenance from a private contractor, please provide the contractor with a copy of the maintenance order (also called an Order to Maintain) you received from City of Bothell. The contractors know they can contact us if they require any clarification about the maintenance order. Please notify City of Bothell once the contractor has completed the maintenance work.
Deciding which drainage system maintenance contractor to hire
Before hiring a contractor, you should do your research, read customers' reviews, and get at least three bids. Drainage system maintenance is a competitive field and you can usually save money by shopping around. Most firms have substantial callout fees, and depending on the size of your system, you might pay the same amount to have your entire system cleaned rather than just one of two of its structures. Labor & Industries offers many helpful tips for hiring a contractor.