When experience counts, McLean County residents call on Platinum Plumbing time and again. All of our plumbers are highly trained and experienced. And, since they continually undergo training on the latest techniques and equipment, you can rest assured that your repair will always be done quickly and expertly. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.
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Our Service Areas
Here at Platinum Plumbing, we strive to serve as many customers as we can. You can count on our same-day, expert plumbing service if you live in the following areas:
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Our Plumbing Services
McClean County residents experience various plumbing problems throughout their homeownership. And when a plumbing problem arises that they can’t deal with, they need a dependable plumber to count on to provide expert repairs that last, which is why they call Platinum Plumbing. We specialize in:
- Water heater repair & installation
- Water softener installation
- Water filtration systems
- Garbage disposal installation & repair
- Faucet repair
- Whole home repiping
- Toilet repair
- Main water line repair & installation
- Gas line repair
- Sump pump installation & repair
- And more
When experience and dependability count, call Platinum Plumbing.
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Common Home Plumbing Problems
It’s believed that most homeowners call a professional plumber about once every three years to handle common plumbing annoyances like leaky pipes and faucets, running toilets, or leaking water heaters.
Plumbing issues arise without warning and range from minor issues like a dripping faucet, to problems that can cause significant damage such as a burst pipe.
Although it’s best to prevent plumbing issues from cropping up when possible, sometimes things are unavoidable. Here are the most common problems where you’re better off calling a pro for help.
- Dripping faucets.
- Slow drains.
- Backed up sewage.
- Clogged showers or bathtubs.
- Clogged or running toilet.
- Failed water heater.
- Low water pressure.
- Leaking or burst pipes.