Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Plumbing Problems are 24/7.

Plumbing problems are not “on the clock”.  Disaster may strike your home at 3am on a Tuesday just as easily as noon on Thursday.  You need to rely on a plumber who is reliable 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year.

You can’t afford the frustration of getting an answering machine promising a call back in the morning.  You also need a neighborhood plumber that will come out and work on the problem as quickly as possible.  That combination won’t be found just anywhere and you certainly don’t want to waste your time trying to find someone while your home is flooding.

AquaTech plumbing is ready for your emergency anytime of the day or night.  If you live in the Naperville-Plainfield-Aurora, Geneva, Batavia, St. Charles, or Wheaton, Winfield, Warrenville, Glen Ellyn area AquaTech IS your neighborhood plumber…and that is all you need to know.  Call them any time at 630-416-3555, 630-377-9555, or 630-462-3555 for assistance for all of your plumbing needs. 

Thursday, March 5, 2015

How to Get Your Plumbing in Order for Spring.

It may still be freezing and no one will soon forget the ravages of the winter of 2015.  The wonderful news is spring and Cubs baseball is just around the corner!  There is no better time than now to make sure that your plumbing is ready for the spring thaw.  There may be breaks and leaks caused by the harsh weather that won’t show up until the water is flowing freely.

Follow this spring inspection checklist to get a handle on what services you may be requiring from a professional.

- Faucet leak check

- Under-sink leak check

- Toilet leak check

- Water heater check-out

- Water pressure test

- Main water shut-off check

- Comprehensive leak check

Best of all, if you live in the Naperville-Plainfield-Aurora, Geneva-Batavia-St.Charles or Wheaton-Winfield-Warrenville-Glen Ellyn area, contact AquaTech Plumbing at 630-416-3555, 630-377-9555, or 630-462-3555 for assistance with all of your plumbing needs…including a thorough spring inspection.  Being safe now will prevent you from having a “sorry spring”.