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Trouble Free


TroubleFree Plumbing knows the dynamics of plumbing and is dedicated to providing our customers with quality service at competitive prices. We will service all of your plumbing needs with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee! If you are not completely satisfied with an installation or service repair job that we did we will come back and do the work again for FREE!

  • From Alphabet Soup Academy

    What is your capacity and ratios?

    Infant room capacity is 12 with a ratio of 1:4 (one teacher to four children). Our Toddler room has a capacity of 10 with a ratio of 1:5. Our Two’s room capacity is 16 with a ratio of 1:8. Our Preschool rooms have a capacity of 20 with a ratio of 1:10. Our School Age room has a capacity of 40 with a ratio of 1:20. Keep in mind these ratios are set by DCFS. We always have extra staff here to help in a room if needed.

  • From Trouble Free

    Accessories for your Shower

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  • From Michael Benet - Kauth & Mayeur

    Where are you located?

    We are on Orange Street a half block off of Main Street in Peoria. We are located next to the Peoria Next Innovation Center. For over 30 years we have been in that same location growing with Peoria. We are conveniently located near Bradley University, Caterpillar downtown corporate headquarters & all of the hospitals and associated medical buildings. Come visit us.

  • From Design Plus Granite

    Isn’t granite porous? What about sealers?

    Granite is the next hardest material to a diamond. There are some granites that are more porous than others however, all of our granite countertops are sealed during the fabrication process and again upon installation. The rule of thumb is that when the water no longer beads up, it’s time to re-seal. For some folks that’s two years, for some it’s 4-5. It depends upon usage.

  • From Energy Conservation Specialists

    I have a 100 year old farm house with hot water heat. I would like to reduce heating expenses and add air conditioning.

    First, I suggest looking at ways to reduce the heating and cooling loads. Air sealing and insulating your home the best you can. Your home is most likely balloon framed and your insulation contractor will know how to handle situations like this. If you do not have a contractor we can help you locate one. Consider installing a high efficiency, 92-96% condensing boiler for heating. The air conditioning can be accomplished more than one way. You could consider a conventional system installed in the attic, a high velocity system, or a ductless mini split system will do a good job as well.