About Your Washington, D.C. Plumbing Company: Real Plumbers
Real Plumbers has been serving the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area, offering a variety of quality services, since 1987. As the local leading Washtington, D.C. plumbing company and HVAC industry experts, you can call on us for installation, maintenance, repair work, replacement and more. Don't let the name fool you, we are about so much more than just superior quality plumbing services.
We also specialize in heating, cooling and even remodeling, for tasks such as Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) fixtures and aging in place fixtures. You can feel confident that our Washington D.C. plumbers and HVAC technicians have the training, experience, knowledge and skills required to provide service excellence. Our number one priority is customer satisfaction, which we achieve by offering the finest in customer service, as well as quality workmanship.
Devoted to Complete Customer Satisfaction Since 1987
- Faucets | Disposals | Toilets
- Sewer & Water Lines
- Water Heaters
- Water Heater Repair
- Water Heater Replacement
- Traditional Water Heaters
- Tankless Water Heaters
- Water Heaters - Factory Authorized Warranty Provider
- Water Conditioning | Softeners
- Backflow Preventer
- Commercial Plumbing
- Heat Pumps
- Gas Furnaces
- Hydronic Heating
- Boiler Service & Repairs
- What Should I Do in a Plumbing Emergency?
Being a homeowner means planning for the unexpected and hoping you never have to test those plans. Because September is National Preparedness Month, we thought it might be a good time to go over what you should do in case of a plumbing emergency. General Need-to-Know Info: Locate water main shutoff valve Find inline shutoffs […]Read More
- It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity: Ninety years of manufactured weather in Washington
Published: September 1st, 2017 To view images full size & high resolution, left click on each By Matthew B. Gilmore* August 1, 2017 marked the 91st anniversary of the introduction of air conditioning to Washington, DC — which had debuted at Loew’s Palace Theater, 1306 F Street, NW. Advertising touted an indoor temperature 20 degrees […]Read More