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- Camera Inspections for Sewer Lines
- Water Jetting
- Water Heaters
- Outside Hose Bibbs
- Water Softeners
- Garbage Disposal
- Sump Pumps and Sewage Ejectors
- Gas Lines
- Drain Cleaning
- Sewer & Water Lines
- Bathroom & Kitchen Remodels
We Help Keep Your Water Flowing in Dupo, Illinois
Although Dupo, Illinois may be considered a small town, it doesn’t mean that it’s protected from major plumbing issues. Culler Plumbing Services offers 24-hour plumbing service, 7-days a week for residential and commercial owners for those throughout the Metro East. There is no plumbing job that is too big or too small for us, and we have the experienced plumbers with the skills to get the job done right the first time.
Culler Plumbing Services provides plumbing service for your bath and kitchen remodel projects to make sure that your plumbing appliances and water lines are installed correctly. In addition to our routine plumbing repairs and plumbing installations, we also offer 24-hour emergency plumbing service because we want to be there for you when you need us most.
When Should You Call For Emergency Plumbing Service?
Culler Plumbing Services is proud to offer 24-hour emergency plumbing services to those in the Dupo, Illinois area and throughout the Metro East. The question is, how do you determine whether your plumbing issue can wait until the next business day or if it needs to be addressed now? Follow these helpful tips from our professional plumbers about whether you should contact Culler Plumbing Services for emergency repairs or not.
- Can It Wait? Issues related to floods, leaks, and burst pipes cannot wait!
- Are You Responsible? Are you renting the property or is it the city plumbing?
- Can A Plumber Fix It? Culler Plumbing Services offers a range of services, we just may surprise you by how much we can do!
Do not hesitate to call Culler Plumbing Services for emergency plumber repairs. If you still aren’t sure about whether you have an emergency plumbing issue on your hands, our team can help diagnose your issue over the phone and offer recommendations. When you call us with an emergency plumbing problem, we will dispatch one of our certified technicians to your home who will arrive shortly with a range of equipment and knowledge to get the job done. Our policy is to charge by the job and not the hour, which helps our customers understand the costs upfront with no hidden fees.
Contact Culler Plumbing Services today and schedule emergency service with your local plumber today!
What Tools Your Household Should Have
Whether you have experience as a plumber, pride yourself on being able to handle DIY projects, or you want to help save money by taking care of minor plumbing issues without the need of your local plumber, it all starts with making sure that your home has the right tools for the job.
If you don’t have the necessary equipment to handle the plumbing job or don’t have the confidence that you can utilize them properly, don’t hesitate to call Culler Plumbing Services. However, read below to learn about what plumbing tools every homeowner should have, brought to you by our professional plumbers.
Every home should have at the minimum one sink plunger (the red, bell-type, classic plunger), and one toilet plunger (the cup-like plunger), then you are well-prepared to handle most common clogs within your plumbing system. You should have a toilet plunger right next to every toilet in the house because nobody wants to clog a toilet and deal with the embarrassment if there isn’t a plunger in the area.
Adjustable Pipe Wrench
Every standard toolset should have an adjustable pipe wrench that is useful for a number of reasons. Having a pipe wrench lets you handle a few different plumbing issues like tightening pipe seals. If you don’t have a pipe wrench, pliers and another wrench will work just fine – just be careful you don’t strip the threading!
Tongue and Groove Pliers
Tongue and groove pliers, also called water pump pliers, are a great plumbing tool to have on hand to solve a number of issues. Because of its serrated gripers and right-angled jaw help you tighten, loosen, and hold a range of fittings at odd angles, they are great for the pipes underneath your sink that ordinary pliers can’t reach. These pliers aren’t apart of a standard tool kit, but are a great investment to help resolve leaking faucets or frozen pipes.
If you need help understanding how to use these key plumbing tools or need help with a clog, leak, or frozen pipe – schedule your plumbing appointment today with Culler Plumbing Services.
We have been providing top-rated plumbing service for those in the Dupo, Illinois area for the past 25 years and we are always prepared. Contact our team of professional plumbers today!
Checklist For Plumbing Inspection
A plumbing system is the backbone of every home and business, and whether you realize it or not, you rely on this system every day. When your plumbing system fails, it becomes quite the inconvenience. In order to maintain your plumbing system, you must understand how it operates and how to recognize any issues before the damage worsens.
There are a range of things you need in order to keep your home operating smoothly and the majority of them have to do with plumbing. Being proactive is key when it comes to having a reliable plumbing system, and in order to prevent plumbing problems from worsening, you must be able to recognize them. However, unless you are an experienced plumber, most homeowners don’t know what to look for. Culler Plumbing Services wants to change that, which is why we have a checklist to help you gather an understanding about your plumbing system.
- Thoroughly inspect your water heater for rust.
- Inspect your exposed pipes for leaks, and also for leaks in your pipes that are in the walls by inspecting the walls for water damage. Also identify if there are any puddles around your home.
- In the areas that you look for water damage and leaks, make sure there aren’t any signs of corrosion. An indicator that there is corrosion is if a greenish stain is seen around the brass, copper valves, and pipes.
- Broken or cracked floor tiles can be an indicator that water is pooling underneath the floors.
- Inspect your washing machine hose for leaks and cracks.
- Make sure your sewer pipes aren’t leaking.
- Inspect your home for mildew. If there are signs of mildew in your home, it is probably because of your plumbing. Seeping water results in mildew, which is a sign of a major problem.