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Barrington, IL, Plumbers Near Me, 24/7 Emergency Plumbing, HVAC
WHY CHOOSE OUR PLUMBING COMPANY?
- Our team consists of highly skilled, licensed, and insured emergency plumbers.
- We understand the urgency of plumbing emergencies and offer 24/7 availability.
- With years of experience, we provide efficient and professional service.
SERVICES WE OFFER:
- Burst Pipe Repair:
We swiftly respond to burst pipes to prevent water damage and restore your plumbing system.
- Leak Detection and Repair:
We employ advanced technology to locate and promptly repair hidden leaks.
- Water Heater Repair and Replacement:
If your water heater malfunctions, we can repair it or provide efficient replacement options.
- Drain Cleaning:
Our specialists use state-of-the-art equipment to clear blocked drains and restore proper flow.
- Gas Leak Detection and Repair:
We prioritize safety by promptly detecting and repairing gas leaks.
- Excavation Services:
We also offer fast and affordable emergency excavation services.
- AIR CONDITIONING
- AIR DUCT CLEANING
Barrington is a village in Cook County and Lake County, Illinois, United States. The population was 10,722 at the 2020 census. A northwest suburb of Chicago, the area features wetlands, forest preserves, parks, and horse trails in a country-suburban setting. Barrington is part of the Chicago metropolitan area.
The original settlers of the Barrington area were the indigenous peoples of the Native American Prairie Potawatomi or Mascoutin tribes, which later divided into the Potawatomi, Ojibwe, and Ottawa tribes. Many local roads still in use today, including Algonquin Road, Rand Road, Higgins Road, and St. Charles Road, were originally Native American trails. For many years, Barrington was considered part of the Northwest Territory, then the Illinois Territory.
At the beginning of the 20th century, the village streets were unpaved, although the downtown area had wooden slat sidewalks, with some on elevated platforms. The downtown area also featured hitching posts for tethering horses as well as public outhouses. Meanwhile, fenced residential backyards in the village often contained livestock and barnyard animals.
In 1907, the village began replacing its wooden sidewalks with cement pavement. In 1929, the Jewel Tea Company built a new office, warehouse, and coffee roasting facility northeast of the village center, creating hundreds of local jobs despite the Great Depression.
The last major fire in downtown Barrington occurred on December 19, 1989. The fire completely destroyed Lipofsky's Department Store, then one of the oldest continually operating businesses in the village.