Boilers are a great way to provide even, clean, and effective warmth to a house. Boilers also have the advantage of needing only a small number of repairs when compared to a furnace or a heat pump. But that doesn’t mean a boiler won’t sometimes run into trouble.
We recommend that all of our customers sign up for one of our maintenance plans, which is a comprehensive way to receive regular inspections and tune-ups for your heating and air conditioning system, as well as for your home plumbing. We offer plans at different levels, so you can find one that’s ideal for your budget.
Are you a business owner in Chicagoland or Fox Valley? Then your commercial building has a plumbing system, and no matter what your company does, this plumbing system needs to remain in top order.
The water heater in your home is a device that needs to be operating properly 365 days a year, no matter the weather outside. Every day you must have hot water on demand for cooking, cleaning, showering, and bathing.
We hope you had a happy Halloween season—and we also hope you didn’t have to make an emergency plumbing call to fix a broken disposal. The #1 reason for plumbing calls during Halloween season is because of pumpkin pulp jamming up garbage disposals.
Many homes in Chicagoland use natural gas furnaces to provide heat during the often frigid and long winters. There is a good reason that gas furnaces are so popular: few heating systems can match them when it comes to sheer warming power.
If you live in an older home, you probably have some aging plumbing fixtures that need special attention. If you leave them alone, you might one day come across a problem such as a bathroom sink drain that starts to leak around the sides, letting water fall down into the cabinet underneath.
The sewer line that serves your house is probably not something you want to think about often. And since the sewer line is buried out of sight in a trench leading from the side of the house to the municipal sewer main in the street, you don’t have anything that will bring it to mind most of the time.
Among the many different types of plumbing repair issues that a home may encounter, a slab leak is one of the most difficult to repair—and also one of the most difficult to locate in the first place. This is a job that requires skilled plumbers who not only have experience with this type of repair, but have special equipment for detecting the leaks and repairing them with the minimum amount of damage to property.
Ice sometimes appears on the indoor evaporator coil of an air conditioner—and that’s not something that you want to happen. An AC doesn’t use ice at any point in its operation, and development of frost along the components indicates that the system needs to have repair work done right away.