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Business Listing   A-House of Rental - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 537-2255

Business Listing   Action Cleaners Restoration Inc - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 658-8988

Business Listing   Admiral Plumbing Inc - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 459-8000

Business Listing   Capps Plumbing & Sewer - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 577-2299

Business Listing   Chicago Manifold Products - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 459-6000

Business Listing   Comfort Masters Heating & Cooling LLC - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 540-9800

Business Listing   Courtesy Sanitary Sewer Service - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 215-4858

Business Listing   Done with Pride - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (224) 676-0127

Business Listing   Friedman & Dorrans Sales Inc - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 459-8412

Business Listing   Gutman William Plumbing CO - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 966-7300

Business Listing   Indeck Power Equipment CO - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 541-8300

Business Listing   Kolbi Pipe Marker CO - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 459-7313

Business Listing   Les Heating & Air CO Inc - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 279-8840

Business Listing   Marblecast Products Inc - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 255-2233

Business Listing   Moen Inc - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 459-2350

Business Listing   SA Plumbing,Sewer Backup Cleaning Services - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (224) 365-4177

Business Listing   Taylor Plumbing - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 279-8581

Business Listing   Temperature Maintenance Corporation - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 808-0600

Business Listing   Turk Heating & Air Conditioning - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 419-9012

Business Listing   Wabash Power Equipment CO - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 541-5600

Business Listing   Wagner Michael & Sons Plumbing & Heating Sppls Inc - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 398-5308

Business Listing   Wheeling Plumbing CO - Wheeling, IL - Phone: (847) 537-6020

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Helpful Definition for: Plumbing Contractors

Plumbing contractors are individuals who are involved in the installation, repair, and maintenance of plumbing fixtures which control the supply of water to and from a building. Plumbing contractors in Wheeling often work for residential, commercial or industrial sectors. A few of the plumbing contractors in Wheeling work independently, whereas, others have people working under their guidance.

Different plumbing contractors have different ways of working. Some may work on contractual basis with commercial organizations, while others may work only for new buildings of construction. The charges are pre-fixed when plumbing contractors are contacted. For residential work, these contractors in Wheeling mention their rate, when they are contacted, over telephone, and if the homeowners accept that rate, they come and do their work.

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