Plumbing Repair & Installation Services
When you need reliable and affordable South Bend or Elkhart plumbing services, call the experts who care: Church Plumbing & Heating. Call (574)295-6844 today. When you call Church Plumbing & Heating, you are getting the best plumbers in Elkhart, IN and South Bend, IN. Our technicians arrive at each call promptly and ready to get the work. Whether it is a plumbing emergency like a burst pipe or you are looking to install a new water heater, the experts at Church Plumbing & Heating will get you back up and running in no time!
Our Plumbing Services
- Bathroom Faucets
- Burst Pipe Emergencies
- Drain Cleaning
- Emergency Plumbing
- Gas Lines & Gas Leak Emergencies
- Kitchen Faucets
- Sewer Line Repair
- Sewage Pumps
- Sump Pumps
- Tankless Water Heaters
- Tub & Shower Faucets
- Water Heaters
What Is A Tankless Water Heater A tankless water heater (also known as an on-demand water heater) is a high capacity water heater that heater water instantly only when you need it. These units are ideal for situations where space it limited and the need for hot water is either sporadic (i.e., a vacation or weekend home like a lake house) or you need a lot of hot water over a short period of time (such as when filling a whirlpool or soaking tub). Tankless water heaters are very well suited to homes where many people need to bathe or
An emergency drain cleaning call (also known as “roto-rooting”) can cost hundreds of dollars. A blocked sewer line can cause thousands of dollars in property damage — not to mention the potential negative health consequences that can result from exposure to raw sewage backing up into your home. As with many things, an ounce of prevention can help you to avoid hours of frustration and save hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars in the long run.
A burst pipe can happen at any time… Even outside of normal business hours. Our plumbers are on call 24 hours a day to help you when you have a plumbing emergency such as a burst pipe, but there are a few things you can do to avoid the damage caused by a broken water line in the first place — or at least minimize the flooding if one does occur.