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Lakeside Plumbing Inc.

Lakeside Plumbing Inc., a Buffalo Grove plumber, has been servicing Chicago’s North Shore and surrounding suburbs for over 20 years.

With years of experience, our licensed professionals can help solve and correct any plumbing issues you may have. We take pride in our work to deliver the best possible service to our customer’s day in and day out. New Construction/Remodeling – Residential

Lakeside Plumbing Inc. works with a number of custom home builders on a variety of New Construction and Remodeling projects in the Chicago-land area. Examples of projects include a master bath remodel, kitchen remodel or new construction home. We invite you to take a look at our photo gallery to see some of our work in more detail. From a 1 bath house to a 15 plus bathroom house, our experienced professionals can assist builders and their clients in making the correct plumbing choices from start to finish. New Construction/Remodeling – Commercial

Lakeside Plumbing Inc., a Buffalo Grove plumber, has done a number of commercial projects in the Chicago land area. These projects include coffee shops, medical offices, restaurants and salons. Rest assured, Lakeside Plumbing Inc. can be relied on to get the job done right the first time, every time. Plumbing Repair/Service Work

A clogged pipe or toilet, a plugged up shower drain or leaking faucet, our professionals can handle all these issues. Our fully stocked vans carry most parts and equipment to solve almost any plumbing issue on the first visit.

GuildQuality Partner Affiliations

  • Kohler Leading Edge Plumber

Answers from contractors near Buffalo Grove, IL

We had new quartz countertop installed in our kitchen and shortly after a plate was dropped on the countertop - the plate broke and scratched the counter
Jan 14, 2016
I would call a local company that sells quartz countertops and find a service rep that can come out and handle the repair properly. This will ensure that it is repaired by a professional. First I woul ... read more
Is a contractor responsible for returning things to their rightful state even if its out of the scope of their contract?

Marty Brummel of M.K. Brummel PRO answered:

Aug 28, 2015
What wiring did they exactly "mess up"? Was it the circuit to power the equipment or the low voltage lines? Either way, they should have used care to keep things where they belonged. If it was going t ... read more

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