Ravinia Plumbing & Heating has been installing and providing service for all types of water heaters for decades including:
- Natural gas, electric and solar powered units
- Standard and high efficiency units
- Tank style, tankless, boiler and storage
- Commercial and residential
Unlike many of our competitors, all of our installations are performed by state licensed plumbers, not apprentices or helpers. This ensures that your installation is not only code compliant but your new water heater is properly sized for the specific needs of your family or business.
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Family Owned Since 1928
“Jason was on time and installed our new water heater in a very professional matter. He is patient with our many questions. Jason is respectful of our home and takes appropriate measures to assure that we are left with little to no clean-up.”
“We recently had a water heater tank failure and subsequent replacement by Ravinia Plumbing. The work needed to be done on a Saturday and the technicians were very professional, friendly, and engaging. Dispatch and scheduling was very easy. The technicians were upfront with pricing and listed multiple options which we very much appreciated. They were able to navigate the old water heater up a small flight of steps and the new one in without incident. The work site was left clean and in order.”
“We needed an emergency water heater replacement and began calling companies at 7 am on a Saturday morning. Ravinia was the only company to first answer the phone, and then to actually call me back. The tech arrived at 8:15 and we had the new water heater installed and he was out the door by 11:30.”
1580 Old Skokie Rd
Highland Park, IL 60035
P: (847) 579-5565
F: (847) 831-5694
Hours of operation: Mon.-Fri. 8:00-5:00, Sat. 8:00-1:30
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