Plumbing Contractor in Crawfordsville, Indiana

Cook Home Services has provided quality comfort and home improvement services to Crawfordsville, Indiana and the surrounding Montgomery County since 1978. We are committed to meeting your needs with 100% satisfaction.

Cook Home Services has 45 years of service offering the highest quality plumbing services. Our fully licensed and certified plumbers use state-of-the-art equipment to address any plumbing problem.

We are dedicated to helping you create a safer, healthier, and more comfortable living environment. Our plumbing services include:

Along with our plumbing services, we also service electrical, bathroom renovations, and other interior home services.

Keep your home in tiptop shape with our maintenance plans. You’ll enjoy priority service, discounts on repairs and other services, and hassle-free scheduling.

Plumbing Maintenance

Your plumbing system and installations are some of the most used appliances in your home. It’s best to have them routinely checked and inspected to make sure they are in good working order or in need of repair. To keep your systems in tiptop form, contact us about our maintenance plans.

With our maintenance plan, we will inspect your entire plumbing system, including:

  • Full water heater inspection
  • Drain water heater tank and reduce sediment
  • Check gas venting for carbon monoxide emissions
  • Check for water pipe leaks in the crawlspace/basement
  • Check faucets for sediment
  • Check toilets for leaks or running too long to fill up
  • Inspect kitchen sink drain  and garbage disposal
  • Check under sink water connections
  • Plus more!

Learn more about our maintenance plans.

Plumbing and Pipe Leaks

Leaking pipes can cause major damage and result in expensive repairs. It can also lead to corrosion over long periods of time, resulting in serious damage to your plumbing system. Cook Home Services can locate and repair the leaks in your pipes before they become a major plumbing crisis.

Unattended leaks can quickly lead to high water bills, water damage, flooding, sewage overflow, and other issues. These can cause your home to develop the following water damage if they aren’t addressed properly:

  • Acceleration of wood rot and rust
  • Mold and mildew growth
  • Musty odors
  • The softening of wooden structures

Your home also becomes more hospitable to water-loving pests, as well as waterborne illnesses and viruses.

Drain Cleaning

A blocked drain is one of the most typical plumbing problems in a home. Your drains may need cleaning if you notice the following:

  • Slow drains
  • Water is backing up
  • Bad smells (or foul odors)
  • Frequent overflowing toilets

You may be able to solve some clogs on your own, however when you have a severely blocked drain, you’ll need to work with a professional.

Cook Home Services’ trained professionals can identify and address the problem and have the equipment needed to unclog and clean your drains.

Water Quality Testing

Water quality is the chemical, physical, and biological characteristics of water based on the suitability for a specific use.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United States tap water is considered among the safest in the world, but water contamination can still occur. Contaminants, which come from different possible sources, can lead to health issues.

Household water treatment systems include:

Filtration systems

A device that removes impurities from water by means of a physical barrier, chemical, and/or biological process. Filtration also removes iron and rust.

Water Softeners

A device that reduces the hardness of the water. A water softener typically uses sodium or potassium ions to replace the “hard” calcium and magnesium ions.

Distillation Systems

A process where impure water is boiled and the steam is collected and condensed in a separate container, leaving many of the solid contaminants behind.


A physical or chemical process where pathogenic microorganisms are deactivated or killed. Chemical disinfectants include chlorine, chlorine dioxide, and ozone. Physical disinfectants include ultraviolet light, electronic radiation, and heat.

Kitchen Plumbing

The kitchen is a central part of a home, and properly functioning plumbing is key. A kitchen’s plumbing consists of water lines and in many cases gas supply lines. Water lines are used for the faucet, sink, dishwasher, ice makers, and more, while the gas supply line is connected to a gas stove and oven.

Cook Home Services has a team of trained technicians that can address issues within your kitchen plumbing including:

  • Faucet and Sink Installation
  • Garbage disposal repair
  • Dishwasher repairs
  • Water line installation
  • Gas piping

Bathroom Plumbing

Plumbing is an essential component for a functioning bathroom, with fixtures including faucets, sinks, toilets, showers, and tubs. These fixtures all come in various designs and sizes. To avoid plumbing problems, it’s critical they are properly installed and connected to your drainage and plumbing systems.

Cook Home Services has a team of highly trained professionals with the experience and equipment to ensure your bathroom fixtures are installed properly so you can start using them right away.

Plus, we do bathroom remodels. We can inspect your bathroom and recommend the best methods for remodeling, so you can prioritize your replacements and upgrades.

Sump Pump Services

Sump pumps work by gathering any excess water in your basement or crawlspace into a ditch (also known as a sump pit) that has been installed in the floor. Once the water hits a predetermined level, the sump pump automatically disposes of the water by transferring it out of your home into a local sewer drain. This will help to not only protect your home, but also to improve its overall aesthetical and nominal value.

A damaged or broken sump pump can cause major damage to your home. Contact us today to keep your property safe from flooding and extra moisture with a sump pump.

Well Pressure Tanks

The well pressure tank, a main component of a well system, stores and supplies pressurized water to your home. The well pressure tank contains water at the bottom and compressed air at the top.

Your water pressure tank may need repaired or replaced if you notice the well is pumping air or large amounts of sediments, the water pressure is low, decreased water quality, and more.

Gas Piping Services

When you think of plumbing, you likely connect the word to water and sewer pipes. Gases also use pipes for transport from municipal lines to the gas-fired appliances in your building. Several gas-lit appliances include fireplaces, gas furnace, water heater, and gas stove oven.

Typical gas piping problems include leaks, inappropriate materials, inadequate support, rusting, improper connections, and more. These problems can lead to possible gas leaks, fire hazards, and explosions, plus it puts your physical health at risk.

At Cook Home Services, our trained technicians can service and replace your propane/LP and natural gas piping. Contact us today to avoid unsafe situations.