Any Time, Any Day
For over 50 years our certified & licensed plumbers have been serving Indianapolis and the surrounding communities.
Serving Indianapolis & Surrounding Communities – Available 24/7
Your home runs on water. Toilets, sinks, baths, drains, sump pumps, appliances and the outside garden hose all depend on water running through their lines.
That’s why homeowners and property managers in the Indianapolis area turn to the professionals at Mowery Heating, Cooling and Plumbing for all of their plumbing needs.
If you have a plumbing emergency Mowery is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Call us at 317-647-4147.
Our certified and licensed Indianapolis plumbing specialists can replace your water heater or install a new water softener quickly and correctly.
What our customers are saying…
Nothing is worse than a cold shower in the morning. Don’t let that happen to you! Annual service agreements keep your systems working correctly. And when a repair is ready our technicians have the training to make the plumbing repair quickly. They are trained to work on all brands and models of water heaters and water softeners.
We are ready for your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Whether you are in Boone, Hendricks, Hamilton, Marion, Morgan, Johnson, Hancock, Shelby, Montgomery or Putnam County, our plumbing professionals are ready to help
About our products
Mowery Heating, Cooling and Plumbing offers a full line of high quality, name brand plumbing products for your home. Our technicians will review your options and help you select the best alternative for your home.
Water Heaters – We offer a full line of traditional and energy efficient tankless water heaters powered by gas, electric, oil or solar, Some models include optional built-in recirculation system with a buffer tank and advanced remote controls.
Is a tankless water heater right for you? In many cases it is. Why? You don’t really use hot water 24 hours a day, but with your outdated water heater, you are paying to heat water all day as you heat and reheat the same water, even while you’re out working, sleeping or away on vacation.
That is why we often suggest a tankless water which can supply endless streams of hot water on demand to multiple outlets. No more rush to the showers first thing in the morning.
Know the Best Ways to Upgrade Your Pipes in Your Home
Your household relies on being able to deliver water throughout your home on demand. Unfortunately, pipes wear down after many years of use and cause leaks and other problems. To ensure that water runs smoothly throughout your home for years to come, here are some...
What Are the Links Between a Home’s AC and Plumbing?
Your home’s AC and plumbing are closely related at a specific point. An air conditioner actually performs two vital functions to keep your home comfortable. First, it extracts heat energy from indoor air to cool the house. In addition, the air conditioner condenses...
Know Which Pipe Material Is Best for Your Home
There's a variety of pipe materials available that can be used in homes. Each material has its advantages and disadvantages, so by knowing more about the different types, you'll be better able to choose the best pipe material for your home. Read on to find out more...
Why Winter Plumbing Maintenance Is Something to Be Very Familiar With
Though attention to plumbing maintenance is an all-year matter, the winter season imposes its own issues on your system. Pipes that transport water and the fixtures that utilize it are subject to long-term wear and tear, as well as sudden damage. The average flow rate...
How to Avoid Frozen Pipes During the Winter
Harsh winter conditions are already upon us. Homeowners need to be vigilant during periods of cold weather, especially when the power goes out, either due to downed power lines or lapses in the power grid. While power failures can make for uncomfortable conditions,...
Don’t Let a Cold Snap Cause Frozen Pipes in Your Home
Cold weather in the Indianapolis area puts your home’s pipes at risk of freezing. Frozen pipes can end up bursting, which can flood the inside of your home and result in major water damage. Taking steps to stop your pipes from freezing can help reduce this risk and...
Ways to Test for Clean Water at Home
How do you know if your home's water is safe to drink? Maybe it has an odd taste or an odd smell. Whatever the issue, there are tests you can perform to find out how clean your water is and steps you can take to make it more drinkable. Here's how to test for clean...
Know What Causes Cloudy Water in Your Home’s Pipes
Cloudy water coming out of a household tap catches your attention and may cause concerns. It’s not just an aesthetic issue; there’s always the nagging thought that it might not be safe to drink. However, cloudy water often has a simple and harmless explanation. Air...
Why You Need to Keep Your Water Heater Running Efficiently
Water heating accounts for a significant portion of your energy bill. As a result, it's well worth it to increase your heater's operating efficiency. Fortunately, you can increase the efficiency of your water heater by using the following helpful tips. Insulate the...
Find Out How to Test for Quality Pipes in Your Home
Quality pipes provide clean and safe drinking water, minimize your risk of experiencing water damage, and lower your home insurance costs. The type of pipes in your home plays a significant role in determining the quality of your plumbing system. Read on to learn how...
Serving you for over 50 years.
Quick, professional service and complete service plans to keep your system operating at peak efficiency. It’s all part of our tradition of service – assuring your complete satisfaction.