Drain Cleaning and Rooter
When you have a clogged drain you want the experts and you want them now! But who do you call?
There are hundreds of drain cleaning companies in Northern Virginia. At F.H. Furr we have provided prompt and reliable drain cleaning service to the Arlington, Fairfax, Alexandria, and other Northern Virginia cities for over 30 years. Call 1-800-401-2980 or schedule your appointment online and our company will dispatch a plumber to your home for free to diagnose your drain cleaning problems and give you a free estimate.
We use state-of-the-art video inspection equipment that allows us to efficiently identify and remove obstructions. We guarantee each of our plumbers to be certified, background checked, drug tested and continually trained. We also guarantee that we will leave your home cleaner than we found it by covering our work area and wearing shoe covers. That’s our commitment to you as “Absolutely the Best”.
Common Drain Problems
A kitchen drain can clog slowly over time. You will begin noticing that the water is running more and more slowly down the drain as grease, fat, and detergent build up in the pipes’ inner walls. This will eventually cause the kitchen drain to become blocked. Our certified plumbers are trained to handle any kitchen drain issue. They will have the drain cleared and flowing again before you know it.
Shower And Tub Drains
A shower or tub drain is usually clogged with hair and soap build-up in the trap and drainpipe. There should never be water standing in the tub or stall because properly functioning drains should drain the water away almost instantly. If there is water covering the shower floor and your feet, your shower drain is clogged, and will become completely blocked. Our certified plumbers are trained to handle any shower and tub drain issue. They will have the drain unblocked and the water flowing clear and free from any debris.
Bathroom Sink Drains
The bathroom sink drain is the most common drain problem that will occur in the home. The drain will become clogged over time with hair, toothpaste, soap and grime, resulting in a blockage in the drain. Our certified plumbers will remove the clog and clean the drainpipe so your sink will drain water like new.
Ever had that helpless feeling when a toilet won’t flush, and you find yourself starting to panic as the water in the bowl starts spilling onto the floor? Or, do you have a toilet that seems to have to be plunged on a regular basis? The most likely cause is a blockage or obstruction in the trap or in the drainpipe. Our certified plumbers will have your toilet flushing and draining properly before you know it.
You usually will find floor drains in the basement, laundry room and garage. If you experience any odors or sewer gases in an area where there is a floor drain, the most likely cause is the water in the trap of the drain has evaporated. You will need to pour water into the floor drain to fill the trap in the drain. Since many homes have floor drains on patios and driveways, it would be a good thing to test the drains to prevent flooding. Our certified plumbers have the tools to clear any floor drain that has been clogged by dirt or debris.
Main Sewer Lines
The main sewer line is where all the household drains lead, which makes it the largest drain in a home. It runs from inside the house to the city sewer system or a septic tank out in the yard. The debris from other drains and tree roots that break through pipe joints can cause the drain to
become clogged over time. The blockage will result in a backup in the sewer line at the
lowest drain in a home, which may be a toilet or a floor drain in the basement. Our certified plumbers have the tools to clear your sewer line and return your home to normal. Click Here to find out more about Sewer Line Repair and Replacement!
Rooter Sewer Line Repair and Replacement
Most homes become susceptible to sewer line issues over time. With a lack of regular maintenance, your sewage pipes can get clogged or damaged. Rooter Sewer Line Repair can unclog hard to reach pipes by sending a unique tool into the pipe to break up the debris, then use the force of water jetting to clean it out. Lines can also be repaired and replaced by using Trenchless Sewer repair, which allows the pipes to be mended without invasive damages to your yard.
|REPAIR your sewer pipe if it…||REPLACE your sewer pipe if it…|
|…is reasonably accessible||…is undersized for the occupants living in the home|
|…is sized properly for the occupants of the home||…is bellied or collapsed|
|…has a reasonable life expectancy after the cost of repair||…is deformed or deteriorated|
|…is beyond the life span of the existing pipe|
|…is your desire to have a worry-free solution to your sewer issue|