Fast, Reliable Home Repairs
If there’s a plumbing problem in your home, we can fix it. There are many plumbing-related issues that can go wrong in a home — water leaks, broken water heaters, leaky toilets, clogged pipes, septic problems, low water pressure, etc. We’ve seen it all, and our Danville-based repair team would be glad to discuss your problem and find the solution that best suits your needs. And you can always count on our team to give you sound advice about whether to keep repairing a system or replace it.
We offer emergency service 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in Avon, Plainfield, Greencastle, Indianapolis and surrounding areas. Just give us a call, and we’ll get someone out as soon as possible ─ often within an hour. Our goal is to resolve problems quickly and keep your home running smoothly.
New Construction & Installation
If you’re building a new home or office, renovating a property, remodeling a kitchen or bath, or just switching out a fixture, give us a call. We can handle any plumbing project, big or small.
Some types of piping can cause ongoing maintenance problems and lower the value of your home. In these cases, repiping might be the best option. We pride ourselves on completing whole-house repiping with as little disruption to the homeowner as possible. We work with a contractor who comes in when we’re done to repair sheet-rock, paint and get your house back in order quickly.
With our Value-Rate Service Agreement, you can keep your home’s plumbing systems running smoothly with an annual inspection plus other benefits.
Call today to discuss how a service agreement and routine maintenance might help you avoid plumbing problems.
Value-Rate Service Agreement
- 12% discount on repairs labor
- Preferred status for first-in-line appointments
- Annual inspection of plumbing systems
Drain water from outdoor faucets and water systems. Prevent standing water from freezing in unused pipes by draining the water from the pipes before the season’s first freeze. Not sure how to do this? Follow these helpful steps from DoItYourself.com.