Dripping pipes, leaky faucets and clogged up bathtubs are just a few of the issues you inevitably have to deal with when you own a home or business. But it doesn’t have to be a big hassle to fix your bathrooms and maintain your pipes. You just need a good plumber who doesn’t mind getting his or her hands a little dirty.
Is your water taking too long to get to your bathroom? No problem. Is your toilet just not flushing right? We can fix it. From repairs to renovations to new construction, at John C. Flood, Inc., we’re equipped to handle all your commercial or residential plumbing needs.
We’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and we wouldn’t dare charge you any extra on the weekends. Our expert service technicians have a full inventory of repair parts on hand, so they’re able to quickly and effectively respond to emergency situations. We also carry a complete selection of environmentally-friendly products that conserve water and save you money.
In addition to our Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia plumbing services, we offer bathroom remodeling, underground water and sewer line repairs, polybutylene re-piping and more.
Our friendly, courteous, fully-trained technicians have been providing customers with prompt, professional, cost-effective services for minor repairs and large projects for more than 100 years now.
If you’re planning a bathroom renovation, building a house or just trying to find someone who can take care of that annoying clogged drain, give us a call any time, day or night. We’ll send one of our professionals out to your home or business in Virginia, Washington D.C., or Maryland and do whatever we can to efficiently take care of all your plumbing needs.
Among the many projects we can take on, our expertise includes work with:
♦ Backup sump pumps/waterproofing
♦ Commercial and residential plumbing
♦ Complete bathroom remodeling
♦ Drain cleaning
♦ Faucet repairs
♦ Low water pressure problems
♦ Polybutylene re-piping
♦ Sewer ejection pump replacement
♦ Sewer line video and underground leak detection
♦ Tankless water heaters
♦ Toilet repairs
♦ Underground water line and sewer line repairs
♦ Water purification.
"I wanted thank the folks at John C. Flood and in particular Dan Mayo. They did an excellent and thorough inspection of my homes sewer system. Dan's expertise and professional knowledge saved me a considerable amount of money by providing a second opinion. He explained to me all the details that I needed to know. I would highly recommend them and will most definitely be calling them in the future."
Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) was the first Hollywood film to show a toilet flushing. (Shocking!) On TV, the first toilet appeared on the ABC sit-com Leave It to Beaver (1957-1963).