Since 1958, Friedman Plumbing has proudly provided top notch plumbing to the greater Washington D.C. area.
As our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C., is always changing and growing. The U.S. Constitution provided for its existence and the Residence Act of July 1790 created it. George Washington was given the responsibility of picking the physical location of the district, it then being named after him. Washington, D.C., does not belong to either Virginia or Maryland; rather, pieces of both states were given up to create it.
All three branches of the U.S. Government are centered here, providing about 29% of the city’s jobs. Washington also hosts international organizations such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and almost 200 foreign embassies. Some of the nation’s finest museums, parks, memorials, and landmarks are located in the District.
What began as the home of tribes of the Piscataway people is now the federal district for the United States of America. Beautifully planned, the architecture and low-profile skyline make for a visually pleasing tour of the capital. It is no surprise that tourism is the second largest source of revenue for Washington, D.C.
We are experienced working on everything in D.C., from homes to apartment buildings to large commercial properties. There is no job we can’t handle, and no job too big or small.
The services we provide for our customers include:
Sump pump replacement & backup systems
Water heater repair & replacement
Garbage disposal repair & replacement
Hot water dispenser installation
Copper pipe repair
Clogged drain lines
How water recirculation systems
Toilet repair & installation
Faucet repairs and installation
Gas line install and leak repairSingle family home repipe
Sewage ejector pump replacements
And because our main office is only 8.2 miles from downtown Washington, D.C., we are able to provide same day service if your appointment is booked before 10:00 AM.
For excellent plumbing service, call 202-347-0898 or schedule service online.
Washington D.C. photo by Carol M. Highsmith [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons