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Planning Any Plumbing Appliances Purchase or Update? The Best Plumbers in Chicago Can Help

Plumbers 911 Experts Install, Repair and Maintain Any Kind of Plumbing Appliance

Plumbing Appliances Installation | Chicago PlumbersThere are so many different plumbing appliances all over your home that you likely don’t even realize how many are there. You have rooms full of them, and they all need to be working in perfect harmony to be able to keep life going in the way we have all become accustomed to. If you are considering upgrading, or just replacing a broken appliance, you need to have professional help. One simple mistake when putting in an appliance could spell disaster in a couple of hours, days, or weeks. You could be gone, then come home to a waterfall from the upstairs, or a flooded basement. Instead of risking thinking you know how to connect all of the parts of the appliances on your own, why not consider having a certified Chicago plumber come over and help with the installation?

Common Appliances Inside Every Household

There are appliances in nearly every room of your home. Think about how many things in your house rely on water to work, and you start to get the picture of how much could be affected if you mixed up how you connected a simple pipe. There are plenty of parts of your home that would typically use water, and those are the parts of your home that need the attention of a professional plumber when it comes to new installations. There are new codes each year, and some places require you to have certain types of electrical, venting, or clearance to put in new appliances. It is not your job to know each of these codes, but it is your responsibility to follow them. Calling in an experienced and trained contractor gives you the expertise of someone who is supposed to know how these work, and can help to make sure you are following the rules properly.
Here are a few of them that we can help you get installed in your home or business whenever you need the help!
  • Kitchen appliances: dishwashers, garbage disposals, new sinks, or even new kitchen faucets
  • Utility appliances: washers and dryers, since they are often installed as a pair, new irrigation options for your landscaping, water heaters, boilers, and fire sprinklers
  • Bathroom appliances: toilets, tubs, showers and bathroom sinks, bidets
  • Extra appliances: sinks and faucets running to a kitchen island or a wet bar, water softeners, whole house filtration systems, utility sinks in the basement, sump pumps, tankless water heaters

How a New Plumbing Appliance Installation Would Go With Plumbers 911

The first thing you would do would be to give us a call and let us know what plans you have in terms of a new appliance installation. From there, we can match you up with a technician in your area that has experience installing the appliances you are looking for. We would then have the technician come over and set up a quote to give you an idea what it would take to get it done. This is the perfect time to ask any questions you may have, and raise any concerns that may be nagging at the back of your mind. For those who have their appliance already picked out, we will need to be able to get a peek at the type of machinery you are referring to. This gives us a better understanding of what you need, and allows us to offer a better quote. Once we can see your vision, we will write out a full contract, including the quoted price, and you can look it over. When you are ready to sign it, you can, and we can set up a date to begin the process. If you change your mind or add to the project, we can adjust the contract, and work out the details as we go. From there, we get the appliances installed for you, and we make sure that you are satisfied with the experience before we head out the door. If you want, we can recycle your old appliance for you, and we will be sure that each of our contractors cleans up after him or herself before leaving as well.

Keeping the Appliances Lasting as Long as Possible

The best thing you can do to keep those new appliances looking, and working, like new, is to keep them clean and maintained. When you have your new appliance put in, find out what type of maintenance it requires. This will allow you to have the best lifespan out of any appliance you put into your home. Make sure you clean the outside and the inside of your new appliance regularly (where applicable), and make sure you are gentle with how you use it. Keep a close eye on each of your appliances so you can notice any issues with them while they are still smaller and easier to fix. If a small issue is untreated for long, it’s likely to become a much bigger issue. Whenever possible, consider using efficient appliances, as those will save you money by operating cleaner and wasting less. Also, if your plumbing appliance has any type of a filter to it, make sure you clean it thoroughly on a regular basis.

No One Can Beat The Professionalism of Plumbers 911

We go through and make sure each person we partner up with has the experience and training to be able to help you. We check to make sure they are licensed currently and insured to work in your home or business. We do all of the checks you wish you could do, including drug screenings, before letting a service person through your door, so you can just let them in and get the job done. Let us do the legwork and keep your life moving forward with efficiency and grace.

To all our friends and customers regarding COVID-19

We will get through this together To say we are living in “unprecedented” challenging times would be an understatement. We hope this finds you and your family safe and healthy. We would like to list a few pieces of information and websites that we think will be helpful for you during this time.

  • To get the most current information on the COVID-19 virus, please check the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) website at:
  • icon showing hand under faucet with large water droplets falling on hand Please wash your hands frequently. Washing with soap and water for twenty seconds is the preferred method, however when water is not available, please use an alcohol based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.
  • icon of person covering mouth while coughing and a border separating from displeased person close by Practice social distancing by staying at least six feet away from another person.
  • For those of you with children that are looking for something fun to do, there are virtual field trips you can take with your kids that are fun and educational. Here is a link:

Plumbers are considered essential workers during this time and we will continue to work as our number one priority is to “protect the health of the nation.” Stay well, stay safe and we will get through this together.

Your Friends at Plumbers 911

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