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PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS (225 ILCS 320/) Illinois Plumbing License Law.

"Plumber" means any licensed person authorized to perform plumbing as defined in this Act, but does not include retired plumbers as defined in this Act.



Professionals that install, maintain, and repair pipes of all kinds—are handy trades people who can make themselves available for emergencies or routine services. They may fix plumbing for a variety of systems, including water, sewage, drainage, and venting. Plumbing involves the pipes and general apparatus of water, gas, and sewage systems, whether in a residential home or within a commercial or industrial building. These systems needs to work properly in order to keep everything flowing smoothly. Often times, plumbing contractors are called to emergency situations involving overflowing systems and clogged pipes. As a homeowner, perhaps you have a leaky pipe or toilet. Or, maybe you need sewer pipes installed or repaired within your city. For both of these circumstances, seek out a plumber skilled in these areas. Look for local, reputable plumbers and contractors. Plumbers may have a wide range of abilities, concerning anything from kitchen sinks to bathroom pipes to electric heat fixture repair. If you require new parts, We can obtain these necessary parts to repair and fix your plumbing, leaky pipes, or damaged sewer lines

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