Expert Plumber in Elk Grove Village

If you’re in Elk Grove Village and need a residential plumber you can depend on 24-7, call the pros at S and J Plumbing!

Whether you’ve just moved into Elk Grove Village or are a long-time resident, S and J Plumbing is your go-to plumber. We’re committed to providing homeowners with the best customer experience from start to finish by giving them upfront prices and a satisfaction guarantee. And, if you need plumbing repair during the weekend or holiday, you can count on us for emergency support.

Elk Grove Village Drain Cleaning Service

One of the most common plumbing problems homeowners experience is clogged drains. Considering the amount of material, like hair, food particles, and grease that flow down every day, it’s easy to see why. However, instead of using a drain cleaning product or home remedy, here are a few reasons to consider hiring a professional plumber to deal with stubborn drain clogs.

Home Remedies Don’t Always Work
While many people swear by them, home remedies like hot water, soap, and vinegar don’t always work. When a clog is deep in the system or caused by something like tree roots, home remedies are ineffective, and hiring a plumber is the quickest way to deal with the problem.

Drain Cleaners Can Damage Your Pipes
If you go to your local hardware store, you’ll find a plethora of drain cleaning products that promise to clear your drains quickly and safely. However, these products use toxic and corrosive chemicals that can damage your pipes and cause chemical burns if you don’t use proper protection.

Some Clogs Require Advanced Tools
Clogs caused by tree roots and caked-in grease are notoriously difficult to remove and require the help of specialized tools like hydro-jetting and augers. Most homeowners don’t have access to these tools, so it’s better to hire a plumber.

If you’re dealing with a stubborn clog, call the pros at S and J Plumbing for safe, effective cleaning.

Our Water Heater Repair

Like all appliances, your water heater will fail eventually. The average lifespan of a water heater is between 10 and 13 years, but experts recommend replacing them before they fail to avoid disruption of service. Most water heaters give off clues that they’re ready to be replaced, and here’s what to watch for.

Odd Noises
Popping, cracking, or gurgling noises coming from your water heater are a sign that something is wrong. Typically, sediment buildup in the tank is responsible for these noises, and flushing it might solve it or it may be time to replace it.

Lack of Hot Water
Are you cutting your showers shorter because you’re running out of hot water sooner than before? It could be that your family has outgrown your water heater’s capacity, or it could be a sign that your system needs replacing.

Discolored Water
If the water coming out of the faucet is cloudy or rusty, it means there’s a problem with your water heater. As your water heater ages, it rusts, causing particles to flake off from the inside and into the water supply. Murky water could mean there’s too much sediment in the tank or you have a bacteria buildup.

As mentioned, the average lifespan of a water heater is between 10 and 13 years, so when your water heater reaches the decade mark, it’s wise to plan on replacing it soon.

For all of your water heater repair, maintenance, and installation needs, call the water heater experts in Elk Grove Village at S and J Plumbing.

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When to Call a 24 Hour Plumber

Not all plumbing problems are created equal. Some are minor annoyances, like a dripping faucet, while others can cause thousands of dollars in damage, like a burst pipe. Here are the most common situations where calling an emergency plumber is warranted.

Leaking Water
If you have a water leak that’s spilling gallons of water into the home or is one you can’t control, call a plumber as soon as possible.

Gas Leaks
Gas leaks are an emergency, full stop. When you have a gas leak in your home, the potential for loss is astronomical if you don’t deal with it quickly. If you smell gas in the house, shut the gas off at the main valve, get to a place of safety, then call a 24 hour plumber for help.

Local Reviews
for Elk Grove Village, IL

Andrey K.

Andrey K.

Installing a new fill valve and supply line on a toilet at a customer's home in Elk Grove Village.

Near Lovell Ct, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
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Andrey K.

Installing a new Insinkerator garbage disposal and a new Kohler kitchen sink faucet at a customer's home in Elk Grove Village.

Near Delphia Ave, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
Ryan F.

Ryan F.

Installing a new water line for a refrigerator at a customer's home in Elk Grove Village.

Near Kingsbridge Rd, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
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Thomas I.

Installing a new hot and cold water lines for a washing machine at a customer's home in Elk Grove Village.

Near Wilma Ln, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
Ryan F.

Ryan F.

Repairing a gas leak at a water heater at a customer's home in Elk Grove Village.

Near Tottenham Ln, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

Whatever plumbing problem you’re experiencing, you can count on the experts at S and J Plumbing. If you’re in Elk Grove Village, call us at 847-890-1599.