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We are a fully licensed, bonded, and insured plumbing company specializing in hot water heater repair in Downers Grove, IL. All of our plumbers are fully trained, background checked, drug tested, and OSHA certified to ensure the highest standards of professional services.

 

We accept all major credit cards. We also offer flexible financing options to make plumbing services more accessible to our customers. Contact us for more information at 331-575-4186.

Yes, we offer a 10% discount on labor for military personnel, first responders, and teachers.

Here at Plumbing Pros, our plumbers in Downers Grove, IL are more than happy to discuss your unique situation and determine the best plumbing systems for you.

Signs include low water pressure, leaks, rust-colored water, foul odors, and repeated slab leaks.



At Plumbing Pros, we have over 20 years of plumbing experience to handle all your plumbing needs. Whether it’s fixing waste lines, dishwashers, garbage disposals, toilets, or washer boxes, we’ve got you covered. Just tell us what you need, and call us today at 331-575-4186.

Tankless water heaters are a cost-effective, space-saving water heating solution that provides unlimited hot water. They are also more energy efficient than a traditional water heater setup. In fact, according to HomeGuide, a homeowner can pay anywhere between $150 and $700 for repairs on a standard water tank and between $300 and $1,300 for repairs on a tankless unit. If you’re ready for a hot water heater replacement in Downers Grove, IL, we can help!

Tankless water heaters are energy efficient and have endless hot water, but they may not be for every situation. Factors to consider include upfront costs, space requirements, and hot water usage patterns. If you want to know if a tankless water heater is for you, call our Downers Grove, IL, plumbing professionals today at 331-575-4186.

Plumbing Pros offers installation and repair services for all types and sizes of tank water heaters. Whether you’re experiencing a lack of hot water or need a new unit installed, our professional team is ready to assist you. Contact us at (331) 575-4186 for competitive pricing and quality service!

To determine what size tankless water heater you need, you will take the total capacity of your tank-type heater. (This information is typically available on the information stickers found on the side of the tank.) Divide the capacity of the tank-type heater (in gallons) by the number of minutes it takes to run out of hot water. This calculation is your peak usage of hot water, which serves as the minimum Gallons Per Minute (GPM) requirement when selecting a tankless heater.

We recommend a sewer line inspection every few years, especially for older homes or properties with trees nearby, to detect any potential issues early.

Sewer lines can become clogged or develop issues over time, leading to drainage problems. Our inspection services help pinpoint the location of blockages or damage, 

allowing for targeted repairs and preventative maintenance.

Signs your sewer line needs professional help include sewage backup, foul odors, visible mold, slow drains, and lush patches of grass in the yard.

A persistent issue with toilets running is often attributed to a defective fill valve. This valve is positioned at the bottom of the tank and halts water flow into the bowl post-flush. When it fails to seal correctly, water continuously leaks into the bowl and keeps the toilet running. Replacing the fill valve is typically the solution to this problem; however, if the issue persists after replacing the fill valve, it could indicate a more intricate problem with the toilet’s flushing mechanism and require a call to a plumbing professional.

Call your plumbing professionals to help before it’s too late at (331) 575-4186!

Signs of a hidden water leak include unexplained increases in water bills, the sound of running water when no fixtures are in use, damp or moldy spots on walls or ceilings, and low water pressure. A plumber can perform leak detection to pinpoint the source of the problem.

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