Since 1958, Friedman Plumbing has been proud to serve the people of Sterling, VA and greater Washington D.C. areas.
Sterling is a census-designated place in Loudon County, Virginia with around 30 thousand residents. Part of the Washington Dulles International Airport is located there, as well as a major arm of the National Weather Service. Until the late 50’s, Sterling was mostly just a few large farms. But when construction began on the airport, along with the water and sewer lines it required, development exploded.
There is much to do in Sterling, including parks, trails, heritage areas, a water park, and a climbing center. Sterling is ranked by Bestplaces.net number one in Most Secure Large Cities in the U.S. and number two in the Healthiest Cities. Friedman Plumbing is honored to have been chosen by customers in Sterling for so many years.
From Sterling homes to apartment buildings, there is no job we can’t handle.
The services we provide for our customers include:
Single family home repipe
Sewage ejector pump replacements
Sump pump replacement & backup systems
Garbage disposal repair & replacement
Copper pipe replacement
Hot water dispenser installation
Clogged drain lines
How water recirculation systems
Toilet repair & installation
Water heater repair & replacement
And because our main office is only 32.7 miles from downtown Sterling, we are able to provide same day service if your appointment is booked before 10:00 AM
For excellent Sterling, VA plumbing service, call 703-461-0350 or schedule service online.
“It was very easy to set up an appointment with Friedman Plumbing. The plumber showed up on time and starting working right away. He was very pleasant and knowledgeable. I would work with Friedman Plumbing Expres again for any plumbing issue.”
“Came on time. Analyzed severe problems quickly and correctly. Gave an estimate up front and did the work according to the estimate. Good service over the phone and on-site. I will use this company again.”
Photo of Sterling by Famartin (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons