Plumber Wabash Indiana

We have licensed, professional, courteous plumbers that can provide solutions for all of your plumbing needs, including:


  • * Toilet repair and replacement
  • * Faucet repair and replacement
  • * Drain Cleaning
  • * Detection of plumbing odors
  • * Ice maker water hook ups
  • * Garbage disposals
  • * Outside Hydrants Noise caused by plumbing
  • * Water pressure: we solve high and low pressure problems

From leaky faucets, to installing tank less water heaters, to re-piping, we have the know-how to complete any size of plumbing job, and we offer plenty of part and component options to choose from because we respect your budget. Whether the job is big or small, residential or commercial, simple or complex. For more information or to receive a free estimate from our team of plumbers, give us a call today. We service the greater Wabash Indiana area.


Unclog Toilets & Unclog Drains

  • * Unclog toilet
  • * Unclog drain
  • * Drain inspection
  • * Pipe repair service
  • * Clogged Drains
  • * Leaky pipes
  • * Shower repair
  • * Toilet replacement


Your toilets, sinks, and faucets are the most frequently used plumbing fixtures in your home. Like with anything, constant repeated use can lead to eventual, unavoidable disrepair. We have 24/7 emergency plumbers ready to respond if your toilet is leaking, backed up, or not flushing. Not just that, but if you have a sink that’s clogged and not draining or a faucet that feels loose and leaky, they’re just as ready to help.

You can rely on our experienced plumbers to deal with your pipes and seepage needs, day or night with never an additional time charge. We are quick to figure out additional solutions to your plumbing crisis pipes, private pipes and toilet cleaning needs. If you need something new installed, whether for an entire home renovation project or just a desire for a single stylish update, we’re capable of working with you to determine and decide the very best upgrade option for your home. We service the greater Wabash Indiana area.







Bathroom and Shower Repair

  • * Bathtubs & Sinks
  • * Tile & Grout
  • * Kitchen & Bath Countertops
  • * Fiberglass Tubs & Shower
  • * Chip, Crack, & Scratch Repair
  • * Commercial Property

Sometimes on newer bathtubs, showers, and sinks there is damage such as a chip or crack only in a small area. We can repair porcelain, fiberglass, or acrylic. We first repair the damage. Chips and cracks are filled and patched. The damaged area is then sanded sooth to make the repair area flush with the original surface. We then find a colored resin of our coatings that comes as close to the color of the bathtub or shower as possible. The resin is then mixed with catalyst and applied over the repaired area using an airbrush.

Construction of fiberglass tubs and showers uses methods and materials similar to those for building fiberglass boats. Gel coat is applied to a mold and allowed to cure. Then chopped fiberglass and polyester resin are applied over the gel coat and worked into the surface. To create a stiff and strong tub or shower enclosure, the lamination uses a grooved roller to compact the fibers against the gel coat. The quality and strength of the laminate depends on the operator’s ability to apply the appropriate amount of fiberglass and resin in critical areas. If enough material is not applied or the laminate is under- engineered, cracks can develop over time, usually in the bottom of the tub or shower. Stress cracks are often shallow and cosmetic and usually do not require structural repair. Other times, cracks extend deeper into the laminate and can lead to a leak in the shower or tub. We service the greater Wabash Indiana area.

Every day there are hundreds of gallons of water flowing through pipes, fixtures and drains in your home and because of that, they can get clogged or start to show signs of wear and tear over time. When your plumbing system starts to fail you, it is important you immediately contact a plumber so they can evaluate the current and potential damage and offer you further guidance on the plumbing repairs you need to consider having done.

Most of the items you put down the drain will remain unchanged from the time they go down the household drain or toilet. They don’t breakdown and tend to clog the wastewater system. The cost of maintaining the system is eventually reflected in your utility bill. Grease is a liquid when it goes down, but quickly harden on the pipes. The grease accumulates on the pipes and eventually makes the pipe so small that even normal wastewater can not make its way through the system. That only leaves one way for it to flow.

Plumbing Tips:

To help you repair a leaky water line, you should hire a plumber. A leaky water line can be a problem because it could lead to a flood. The best way to fix this problem is to hire a licensed plumber who is trained to repair the leak.

Water Heater Repair & Replacement


  • * Water Heater Repair
  • * Water Heater Replacement
  • * Tank less Water Heaters
The most common sign that your water heater needs repair is that it doesn’t provide sufficient hot water. This can actually be caused by a number of things including a problem with the thermostat on the water heater, thinning of the insulation inside the water heater or build–up of sediment on the base of the water heater blocking heat transfer. However, no matter what the cause, it will likely cost you money as you run water for longer trying to get it to become hot.

If you are interested in replacing your current water heater, we recommend you ask one of our plumbing specialists about the benefits of switching to a tank less water heater. Tank less water heaters have a higher initial installation fee but use up to 50% less energy than those with tanks and, in turn, save a typical family hundreds of dollars a year on their water bills.

Kitchen Plumbing Repair

  • * Drain Cleaning
  • * Sink Installation
  • * Faucet repair and replacement
  • * Ice maker water hook ups
  • * Garbage disposal repair

We Specialize at Kitchen Plumbing Repairs and Maintenance If a problem occurs with your kitchen plumbing, call one of our professionals right away. We can remove clogs from kitchen sinks, drains, inspect your fixtures for problems, fix water pressure issues or replace leaking or burst pipes quickly and efficiently.

To minimize the need for emergency plumbing services, we also offer routine annual maintenance visits for all plumbing systems, including those in your kitchen. During these visits we will thoroughly inspect your kitchen plumbing pipes, drains and fixtures for issues and make adjustments to minimize the need for repair calls in the future. We service the greater Wabash Indiana area.

Everything that goes down your sinks and toilets goes into the City’s wastewater system. Things that can clog your home drain can clog the City’s wastewater system, too. The system is designed to handle human waste and toilet tissue which are biodegradable (or will break down biologically). Problems may occur when non-biodegradable materials enter the system.

Plumbing Tips and Advice:

Water Pressure

Even your pipes can get stressed. Water should enter the house at about 45 to 60 pounds per square inch (psi). You can check your water pressure with a water pressure gauge. The gauge screws to a hose bib. Water pressure over 60 psi can cause a strain on your plumbing fixtures or pipes and even cause bursts in the water line.

Possible causes of low or no water pressure:

  • * Bad diverted valve for a spray nozzle
  • * Clogged water filter attached to a faucet
  • * Clogged strainers just inside hose connections
  • * Clogged shower head
  • * Frozen or freezing pipes

Faucet aerators often clog after work has been done on supply pipes because repair work often loosens rust inside the pipes. If you suspect a buildup of sediment in a supply pipe, turn off the water supply, remove the angle stop and peer down the supply pipe. If the pipe is clogged, clear it with a snake. Reattach the angle stop. Turn on the water supply and, with a bucket to catch water, flush out the pipes before reattaching the valve to the supply tube.

Frozen Pipes

Blocked or restricted water flow is the first indication of a problem. If you don't act quickly your pipes will burst as the water expands. At the first sign of a blockage, open the faucet. Finding the blockage is critical. Trace the supply pipe to where it runs through exterior walls or other unheated parts of your house, such as the basement or crawl space. To melt the ice, use hot water, a heat gun, hair dryer or heating pad. It is far better to adopt the slower and more conservative procedure of melting ice by the use of a blow dryer or heat gun. Shield flammable materials from the heat. While applying heat, leave the faucet open so water can drain. Once the ice melts and the pipes cool, prevent them from refreezing by wrapping them with foam insulation. Wrap all pipes that pass through unheated spaces. Pipes buried outdoors should run about 12 inches. Below the frost line and should be wrapped with foam insulation extending below frost line. If you expect a freeze, leave exposed taps dripping to prevent frozen pipes.


Plumbing Tips:

In any DIY plumbing project, make sure that you always test the drains and the supply lines before you close up the walls. It is a lot easier to find and solve problems if you look for them while you are still in the process of actively doing the job.

Plumbing Tips:

Do a routine check around your house each month on each and every faucet to make sure there are no signs of leaks or drips. Over time, leaks can add a lot of money to your water bill and will worsen if you do not take care of the problem.

Our company, is the leader in Plumbing products and services. As the top industry service provider for plumbing services, rest assured that we will keep your home or businesses plumbing working great all year around. Don’t fall victim to smaller startup companies that may go out of business in a few years, put your trust in a company with over 25+ years in the industry. We service the greater Wabash Indiana area.


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