Emergency Plumber in Chattanooga and North Georgia

Fox Services Plumbing

Leave It To The Pros

When you look at all the projects that homeowners decide to take on themselves, plumbing jobs always get them in the most trouble. Weekend plumbing projects can take a wrong turn fast, and when you think about the damage that gallons of water can do in the wrong location…. some things are better left to the professionals. Plumbing is one of them. We’ve seen a lot of unique plumbing problems so whatever you have going on, trust that Fox Services can fix it with no issues.

We Take Care Of:

  • Toilet Repair, Service and Installation
  • Faucet Repair, Installation and Replacement
  • Sink and Tub Services
  • Garbage Disposal Service
  • Outdoor Faucet Repairs

Customer Service Number – (706) 891-6400

Don't Let a Small Issue
Turn Into A Major Disaster

Some people think that only the situations that could lead to flooding require a professional. But any issue can cause major material damage if left untreated. And plumbing issues can really affect your families comfort and well-being. Burst pipes, faulty water heaters, clogged drains and leaks are just a few of the problems you may encounter. And when you do just take a deep breath and call Fox Services to get it fixed fast.


  • Slab Leak Repair
  • Water Heater Repair, Maintenance and Installation
  • Tankless Water Heaters
  • Drain Cleaning Services
  • Sewer Camera Inspection
  • Advanced Leak Detection
  • Sewer Line Repairs, Installation
  • Water Line Repairs
  • Remodeling Plumbing Services
  • Repiping Services

Customer Service Number – (706) 891-6400

Locally Owned & Operated

Fox Services in Chattanooga and North Georgia is proud to provide plumbing repair service that's locally owned and operated. Every customer gets tailored service from our highly trained technicians. Keep small problems from turning into disasters with Fox Services serving:

  • Chattanooga
  • Lookout Mountain
  • Signal Mountain
  • North Georgia
  • Dalton
  • Hixson
  • Ft. Oglethorpe
  • Ooltewah and more...

Causes of clogged drains...

Hair: Hair is public enemy #1 when it comes to clogged drains. Drains in your tub and shower collect loose hair strands that fall out, eventually making their way to your pipes. When enough hair clumps up, it makes it hard for water to pass through, causing the water to back up into your tub. Make sure to catch loose hairs and clean your drain before this becomes a bigger issue.

Grease: Grease is one of the most common culprits of clogged drains, yet it’s very easy to prevent.  While pouring grease down the kitchen sink seems like a good way to clean up, fatty substances washed down the sinks will actually stick to the inside of the pipes, causing a road block for water. Instead, scrape the fatty grease in your garbage before you rinse your dishes.

Everyday Hygiene Products: Products that are involved in your daily routine can cause some serious damage to your pipes. These include, cotton swabs, feminine products, dental floss and wipes! You may not think that something as small as dental floss can do damage–but think again. While many of these items are marketed as “flushable,” trust us when we say, do not toss these in your toilet! To avoid coming home to a swimming pool in your bathroom, always be sure to throw these in your trash and leave the flushing to toilet paper only.

Plumbing Snake Camera

The snake camera travels down and up the winds and turns of pipes with the ease of a clearing plumbing snake.  Not only does it view in live time, it can also record so your professional plumber can go back and review to make sure nothing has been missed.

When the camera reaches the obstruction or damage, the transmitter within the machine is activated so as to determine the depth or distance of the problem.  This aids the plumber in narrowing down the location, thereby avoiding extra digging or removal of plumbing appliances.  Having the exact or very close approximate location saves money because the work location has been pinpointed or diagnosed within a close enough range.

It is possible to rent a plumbing snake camera yourself, but unless you have some plumbing experience, it is not recommended.  As with anything being sent into plumbing pipes, if it gets stuck, a professional plumber will have to reverse any home owner mistakes and may end up costing more than the original call.  An inexperienced person can also cause damage to a potentially fragile plumbing system.

This particular piece of technology can be a troubleshooting miracle and a major money-saver!  When you hire a plumber make sure he has one in his truck.