Professional Plumbing Services
When one of our plumbers from Ferrari Plumbing comes into your home or office, we use our knowledge and expertise from new construction plumbing installations and our annual training classes. Then we apply the same standards and quality whether we fix your leaky faucet, unclog your toilet, or replace your water heater. When you have a problem with your bathroom plumbing, you need a plumber that knows what you need and how to fix it. At Ferrari Plumbing in Wheaton, we specialize in the installation, repair and maintenance of bathroom fixtures such as toilets, faucets, sinks, showers, bathtubs, jacuzzis and Whirlpool tubs and more! Our professional staff is well-versed in a variety of general plumbing problems that can affect your bathroom. Customer satisfaction is very important to us. We assess every job separately and provide you with alternatives and pricing before we start working. When we’re done, we clean up the area where we worked. We provide Quality Workmanship You Can Trust with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
Facts About Winfield
Winfield is an incorporated village located in Milton and Winfield Townships, DuPage County, Illinois, United States. The population was 9,080 at the 2010 census and as of 2018 the population was 9,690. Winfield is home to Central DuPage Hospital, one of the largest hospitals in the Chicago suburbs. Winfield has a Metra station on the Union Pacific/West Line, which provides regular commuter rail service to Chicago. Attractions adjacent to Winfield include the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County’s Kline Creek Farm, a living history farm located on the west side of County Farm Road between Geneva and St. Charles Roads; and Cantigny, which includes public gardens, museums, golf courses, picnic grounds and hiking trails. Cantigny is located on the east side of Winfield Road, just south of Illinois Route 38, also known as Roosevelt Road. Winfield also enjoys parks and recreational services provided by the Winfield Park District. The Forest Preserve District of DuPage County also owns and operates several other open space areas surrounding Winfield. Winfield is considered to be among the safest towns in Illinois.
Winfield originally tried to become an incorporated village in 1884 under the town name ‘Frederick Park.’ However, the motion was denied as the town did not have 300 residents as was required for incorporation. When the village was finally incorporated in 1921, the town had a population of 310 people. The earliest settlers, Erastus and Jude P. Gary came to Winfield in 1832. Winfield was originally known as Gary’s Mill after these early settlers, and later, Fredricksburg, owing to a significant German-speaking population. Before 1850 most Winfield residents were migrants from New England but by 1860 half of the residents were from Germany and Alsace-Lorraine. Winfield retained a community of German-speaking farmers until the 1920s. In the late 1800s, the settlement’s name was changed again to Winfield after the war hero Winfield Scott.
Winfield was home to one of the oldest taverns in the Chicago suburbs, John’s Restaurant and Tavern (formerly John’s Buffet), founded in 1921 by immigrant John T Karwoski. It closed its doors in December 2017. John Karwoski was instrumental in the political and economic development of Winfield, and it was his guidance and leadership that took a fledgling prairie town clinging to existence after the railroad boom went bust, and turned it into a viable and livable village. Mr Karwoski became the first Chief of the all-volunteer Winfield Volunteer Fire Company in 1935. 45 years later, his son John Karwoski II was made Chief of the expanded Winfield Fire Protection District in 1980. Winfield was served by The Winfield Glimpses newspaper from October 1947 to October 1976. The Glimpses changed its name to the Winfield Examiner in November 1976 and ran until February 1992. A full collection of these newspapers is available on microfilm at the Winfield Public Library.
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WHEATON, IL 60187