Fulton Services, a full-service plumbing, heating, and air conditioning contractor, has been serving most of the metro-Atlanta area for more than 90 years. We provide routine plumbing services, install tankless water heaters, and perform sewer line replacements with a new technology that does not require digging a trench. We have technicians available 24/7 for emergency situations.
When it comes to your home’s plumbing, hiring a knowledgeable, reputable plumber is a must, and hiring the first plumber available can be a dangerous proposition. When you call a plumbing contractor without doing proper background research, you run the risk of poor repair and installation, unreliable scheduling, and unfair pricing.
Whether you’re in need of a fixture upgrade, leaky faucet repair, or emergency help, hiring a plumbing company with a solid reputation should be high on your priority list.
Whatever your first priorities are for a metro Atlanta plumbing contractor, you're sure to find what you need in our Best Picks list. Whether you need to stop a running toilet or replace your water heater, you can trust a Best Pick to handle your plumbing needs.
Drains. All plumbers are equipped to handle clogs that occur in toilets and kitchen sinks, but you might need to call in a drain and sewer specialist to address main sewer line issues. Drain cleaning can be more difficult than it seems, because a drain may be clogged in multiple places. It may be tempting to use a chemical drain cleaner, but frequent use can cause considerable damage to your plumbing system.
Faucets. Most homeowners will eventually encounter a dripping faucet or two. It’s typically caused by natural wear and tear to a washer or O-ring from regular use.
Toilets. If you’ve got a toilet that’s constantly running, it’s probably an issue with the flapper, tank valve, or refill mechanism. Toilets that won’t flush may have a disconnected toilet chain (an easy fix you can do yourself by reconnecting it in the toilet tank) or a problem getting water from the supply line.
Fixtures. Call a plumber if you have any bathroom or kitchen fixtures (like toilets, sinks, showers, tubs, and faucets) to install.
Water heaters. Because of local installation codes and regulations, it’s especially important to call a plumber for water heater installation. If you’re replacing an older water heater, a plumber will likely need to update the setup to code. Whether you’re interested in a traditional or tankless water heater, a plumber can handle the install.
Sometimes plumbing accidents and emergencies just happen, which is why several of our Atlanta plumbers provide 24/7 emergency services. When you’ve got a plumbing emergency, be it a leak or a sewer backup, a Best Pick plumber can offer assistance.
Even plumbers offering 24/7 emergency services will take some time to arrive, so it’s a good idea for everyone in your home to know how to use the main water shutoff valve (typically located near the water meter). You might not be able to determine the issue, but you can mitigate further damage by turning off the water. Sinks and toilets usually have valves of their own as well, and knowing how to turn those fixtures off can save you time and money when it’s time to clean up.
EBSCO Research has already done your homework for you: our Best Pick companies are thoroughly researched, licensed, insured, and A-rated by their customers. Being a Best Pick company means having a long history of satisfied customers and a commitment to doing the job right. Call or email a Best Pick plumber in Atlanta to help with both minor and extensive plumbing work.
The Atlanta plumbers listed have received high praise from their past customers in our interviews. Each Atlanta plumbing contractor carries both workers' compensation insurance and liability insurance. They all have demonstrated professionalism, quality work, and courteous customer service, from small repairs to major plumbing installations. Our highly qualified, experienced Atlanta plumbing companies are here to save you from your plumbing woes.