Illinois Sewer & Drain Inc.
Reliable Emergency Plumbing Repair Services for the Greater Chicago Area
At Illinois Sewer & Drain, we don’t operate under normal business hours so that we can be there for our customers whenever they need help. Our technicians understand that plumbing issues don’t always wait to happen between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM. Most plumbing emergencies seem to happen late at night, early in the morning, and even on holidays. That is why we provide 24-hour emergency plumbing services to those throughout the greater Chicago area. If you don’t think that your plumbing issue can wait, don’t hesitate to give us a call, we can even give you a quote over the phone. Have peace of mind when your next plumbing issue occurs with help from our plumbers at Illinois Sewer & Drain.
24/7 Emergency Plumbing Services
At Illinois Sewer & Drain, you can rely on our experienced plumbers to handle any of your home or business’s emergency plumbing problems. We are proud to be one of the number one choices for homeowners and businesses in Lake Villa, IL when it comes to preventing plumbing emergencies. With years of experience in the sewer and drain industries, we know a thing or two about how to prevent and restore your plumbing systems to keep your property safe for decades to come. To learn more about our emergency plumbing services, scroll through our blog and give us a call to schedule a routine plumbing service and inspection.
Emergency Drain Clog
When you call Illinois Sewer & Drain in Lake Villa, IL, you will never have to wait until the weekend is over to receive quality and affordable plumbing services. When it comes to a massive drain clog, our technicians know that it’s an emergency that just can’t wait. Everything from your kitchen sink to flushing your toilets is put on hold when your drain is clogged, making it impossible to live comfortably and safely in your home in the greater Chicago area. For an emergency drain clog, our team comes prepared with a truck full of equipment that can handle any plumbing emergency, big and small. With our experience and understanding of plumbing systems, you can guarantee that we will get it right the first time.
Emergency Water Line Break
The last thing any homeowner wants is to find water leaking into their basement or living space due to a break in their water line. At Illinois Sewer & Drain, we have a reputation for fast response times, efficient service, and customer satisfaction. Don’t wait for excess water to damage your home and belongings, call our team at any hour of the day to stop the leak before it’s too late. We have years of experience repairing and replacing water lines while identifying issues that will prevent this level of damage from happening again. For a quick solution to your water line break, give us a call to speak with one of our technicians on the quickest response time for your plumbing emergency in Lake Villa, IL.
How to Tackle A Plumbing Emergency Before We Get There
If you are a homeowner that is experiencing a plumbing emergency, aside from calling Illinois Sewer & Drain, you can do a few things to help limit the damage. Avoid trying to repair the issue on your own, simply address the issue by following our 4 step guide when there’s a plumbing emergency.
If your plumbing emergency consists of a broken pipe or a leak, the first thing you should do is shut the water off. First, make sure that water is not running at the source of the problem (toilet, sink, etc.); next, turn off the entire system. Locate your water valve and turn it off.
Once you turn off your water valve, the next thing you should do is turn your water heater off. Your water heater heats the water and if it can’t be emptied, it could result in a potential burst. Don’t risk another problem. Instead, turn off your water heater anytime you shut up your water valve.
While you wait for our plumbers to show up to your home, mop up any puddles of water or lay down towels to soak up any excess water that you can. If there is a leak, put a bucket underneath the source to collect as much water as you can.
With your water valve shut off, turn on your outside spigots to release any water that is remaining in your pipes to avoid further leaks in your home.