When you have a plumbing problem, you want to hire a dependable plumbing contractor who can pinpoint the problem and install new or repair existing lines, pumps and other products without a hitch. At Euro Plumbing & Sewer, we have been fixing plumbing issues for the people of Crystal Lake, Algonquin, Lake in the Hills, and the surrounding area since 1997. Our good reputation and long-standing service has earned us a high rating from the BBB.
Your satisfaction is our top priority, which is why we work around your schedule to fix your plumbing or sewer issues if the circumstances permit. Euro Plumbing & Sewer is bonded and insured, which protects you from any mishaps that might occur during repairs. Additionally, we will give you an upfront estimate without hidden fees.
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Showers so weak they leave you more aggravated than relaxed. Faucets that can barely wash your hands, let alone the lasagna dish. When your home’s water supply exhibits all the energy of a dying sloth, it’s time to get serious about low water pressure. The causes are varied, but with a bit of determination, it Read more about Lake in the Hills Plumber: What To Do About Low Water Pressure[…]
Odors can and do occur in water, and these smells are the biggest cause for complaint from most people even though the worst contaminants and water-borne illness will not have any odor at all. Here are a few common examples of foul-smelling water, the causes and possible solutions – always consult with a local water quality Read more about Fox River Grove Plumber: Common Odor Problems in Water[…]
The Big Giant List of All the Stuff You SHOULDN’T Put Down Your Drains… Grease, fats, or oils from cooking – they congeal and cause other items to get stuck, creating clogs and massive blockages. This is a really broad category that includes meat fats, lard, vegetable oils, shortening, butter, margarine, and many dairy products. Coffee Read more about West Dundee Plumber: Stuff You SHOULDN’T Put Down Your Drains[…]
Pretty much everything in the bathroom uses water, so it’s no surprise that around 75% of household water use takes place there. All that water is meant to be confined to specific places, though: in the sink, in the tub/shower, in the toilet. Beyond these fixtures, a bathroom is, on the whole, just another room. Read more about Wauconda Plumber: Preventing Water Damage in the Bathroom[…]
Almost everyone who lives in a house with plumbing, at some point of time, has had plumbing emergencies. These could range from a simple leaky faucet in your kitchen to ankle deep water in your bedroom, to clogged drains, leaky pipes, malfunctioning water heaters. To prevent such problems and keep the home running smoothly, the Read more about McHenry Plumber: Your Emergency Plumbers[…]
What is a Vacuum Relief Valve and how is it used with a water heater? A Vacuum Relief Valve is a simple device that prevents back-siphonage of a water heater or storage tank. It is typically used on water heaters with cold water connections located near the bottom of the tank. If the building’s water Read more about Hampshire Plumber: Basic components in a hot water system FAQ[…]
An estimated 12 percent of the water that supplies U.S. houses is wasted on leaks, spilling more than 775 billion gallons of water each year, according to the 2016 Residential End Uses of Waterstudy. Water’s relative low cost creates a common misperception that leaking fixtures are harmless. In fact, among the more than 23,000 houses that Read more about Barrington Plumber: Plumbing Leaks Waste Billions[…]
There’s nothing worse than getting ready for a nice hot soak only to discover you’re in the midst of a cold water shower. If things simply never heat up, it’s probably because your water heater has been working overtime and needs time to regenerate. But if your hot water shower turns suddenly chilly, the problem Read more about Crystal Lake Plumber: Water Not Staying Hot?[…]
If you live in a very flat area of the country, a place of low elevation, or a region with a high water table, then you’re probably at risk for flooding—there’s a reason these places are called floodplains. In fact, after heavy rains, you’ve probably already undergone or heard of people’s experiences with flooded basements. Read more about Carpentersville Plumber- Sump Pump Basics[…]
A sounding septic tank alarms isn’t a sure sign of sewage entering your home. But, it could be the sign of a real problem. Here’s how to identify the cause of your alarm and find an appropriate solution. What causes an alarm? Several problems can trigger an alarm — not all of which are threatening. Read more about Barrington Plumber- Septic Tank Alarms[…]