Top Chicago Plumbers and Contractors

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Is there any problem more frustrating than one that involves plumbing? Whether you’re stuck showering in water that won’t drain quickly enough, leaving you standing in a pool of water up to your knees every time you want to bathe, or a toilet that just won’t flush, dealing with plumbing problems is not fun for most people. While some problems can be solved with basic tools and a little bit of a can-do attitude, sometimes you need more than just a bottle of Draino or a plunger.

When it comes to plumbing, when the going gets tough, the tough call the plumber. You want to make sure that the person coming into your home is professionally trained, knows how to fix your problem, and will be sure to clean up any resulting mess. Below are some of Chicago’s top plumbers and contractors.

John J. Cahill, Inc., 1515 Church Street, Evanston, (847) 857-7383
John J. Cahill, Inc. has been an expert plumber for the North Shore neighborhood and other parts of Chicago since 1890. That is more than a hundred years of experience! You can look to Cahill for all of your plumbing needs including installations, repairs, and maintenance services. Whether you have a problem with your hot water heater, your sewer, or your water pressure, call John J. Cahill. The company also uses high tech diagnostics, like remote video cameras!

Vanguard Plumbing and Sewer Inc., 3487 N. Keystone Ave., Chicago, (773) 633-6139
Since its establishment in 1987, Vanguard Plumbing and Sewer Inc. has been specializing in sewer and drain rodding, toilet repairs, and faucets and sink replacements, among other services. As a family owned and run organization, they are committed to treating customers like family too. They are available for last minute repairs and are known to quote fair prices. If you come home to a clogged toilet and need someone to come fix it right away, consider calling Vanguard.

Power Plumbing and Sewer Contractor, 3840 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago, (773) 248-9574
Power Plumbing and Sewer is another family owned and operated business. It has been serving the Chicago area for more than fifty years now, and specializes in full service plumbing and sewer contracting. Whether you need a plumber for a residential job, a commercial assignment, an industrial task, or work in a high-rise property, Power Plumbing and Sewer Contractor can help you. The plumbers at this business, established in 1960, are committed to meeting their customer’s needs, no matter how small or how big. Because they are so good at everything from repairs to full remodels, Power Plumbing and Sewer Contractor has even earned an award from Angie’s List – the “Super Service Award” – every year since the business joined up in 2002.

Rocket Plumbing, 3105 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago, (773) 219-1200
With a five-star rating on Yelp, Rocket Plumbing obviously knows how to properly service its customers. Rocket Plumbing serves the entire Chicagoland area, and is conveniently located at the Addison and Ashland intersection. Established in 2003, Rocket Plumbing has spent the last ten years servicing almost two thousand Chicago customers, providing services like drain cleaning, leak repair, faucet replacement, sewer rodding, and plumbing fixture upgrading. The owner, Brian, is a Chicago local who has been a plumber for more than sixteen years. He loves what he does and will do great work for you!

Fettes, Love & Sieben Plumbing & Heating Contractor, 4325 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, (773) 935-7260

Fettes, Love & Sieben Plumbing & Heating Contractor has been serving the Chicago area – both the city itself and the surrounding suburbs – since 1924. Employing approximately sixty-five tradesmen, Fettes, Love & Sieben has expert plumbers, pipe-fitters, laborers and operating engineers. They are all committed to the highest quality craftsmanship so if you are looking for a job well done, then you need to look no further than this large operation. It has received the 2012 Angie’s List “Super Service Award” as well. Whether you live in a condo, apartment, high-rise, or your own residence, these plumbers can help you!

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This post was contributed by Jim Klossner

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