Rolfe Brooke Celebrates 25 Years with Spartan Tool

Posted by Spartan Tool on Jun 01, 2021

Spartan Tool would like to recognize Rolfe Brooke today on his 25th anniversary with the company. Rolfe (pictured here with his son, Dale) is our exclusive distributor in the UK and has been a valued and integral part of our team. Since 1943, Spartan has been the leading name in sewer and drain cleaning equipment. Our success is thanks to the wealth of experience and e …

Spartan Tool Certified as a Woman Owned Business

Posted by Spartan Tool on Aug 18, 2020

Spartan Tool, along with our sister companies in The Heico Companies, is excited to be certified as a woman owned business, operated and controlled business from the Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE). The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is the largest certifier of women-owned businesses in the U.S. and a leading advocate for women busi …

3 Reasons Sewer Jetting Can Grow Your Business

Posted by Joel Anderson, Retired Spartan Tool Territory Manager on Jul 27, 2020

Working as a Spartan Tool Territory Manager for 18 years, I’ve seen the rise of sewer jetters and sewer jetting. Innovations in jetting technology have given plumbers and drain cleaning specialists increasingly powerful tools that can efficiently tackle even the toughest cleaning jobs, and—as a result—jetters are more popular than ever …

Case Study: Model 1065 Conquers A Tough Root Mass

Posted by Spartan Tool on Jan 07, 2020

Problem: A homeowner from Manistee, MI called in about a sewer line backup, which resulted in water and sewage in the basement. Chuck of Salmon Sewer & Plumbing responded and found an enormous amount of roots in the line causing the blockage. The roots were so large and the clog was so bad that Chuck knew this would be a tough job. Solution: Chuck knew the Spartan …

Pro of the Month: Richard Sachs

Posted by Spartan Tool on Nov 15, 2019

Richard Sachs built his business from the ashes of the recession. Prior to founding Drain Away Sewer Service in 2014, he had a successful restoration business that was affected by the Great Recession. He sold that business in 2010 and decided to make a change to the plumbing industry. After learning the business for a few years with a big company in Manhattan, he came …
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