At Steve's Plumbing there is a client care specialist and a technician on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week for any plumbing emergency that may arise. We will send a highly trained technician to your home with a truck stocked with 1000s of parts, which means that the repair can be done right then and there while you are at home. This saves you money and time.


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If your sewer requires repairs, there are a few telltale signs you really can't miss. Click to learn about the most common household issues that typically indicate the need for immediate sewer repair. Most homeowners rarely think about the health of their duct system, and to be honest, ducts are pretty easy to forget about. They live inside your walls after all, and like many things in life, if they're out of sight, they're out of mind, right? But neglecting routine duct maintenance will only cost you in the long run.


The sickening hiss of a burst pipe does more than keep you up at night. It completely changes the dynamic of your home from a controlled sanctuary to a force of nature. Plumbing can be sensitive, and sometimes a pipe bursts, a basement freezes, drains get clogged, and furnaces can conk out. Issues like these require immediate response and remedy. Certain water-related problems require corrective action, but are not generally considered to be critical in nature - a water faucet that still drips even when turned off, a toilet tank that seems to "top itself off" in frequent intervals, or a garbage disposal in your sink that makes more noise than it used to.


When it's 100 degrees outside and the humidity index is through the roof, there is one thing that can alleviate the anguish - air conditioning! Our climate can deliver brutal winters and equally oppressive summers at times. Air conditioning is the process of decreasing the temperature and humidity of air to create more comfortable environmental conditions in a given space. Thermodynamic refrigeration quantifies the process that a typical refrigerator or air conditioner uses - namely moving heat from the inside of the unit or the home interior (the heat source) to the outside (the heat sink).


There is something magical about winter. A vast blanket of snow covers the landscape, ice skating and sledding replace baseball and biking as outdoor activities, and thoughts of sugarplums dance through our heads. Yes, it is a special time of the year. If your heat goes out, however, winter's magic quickly dissipates. When Mother Nature's frigid temperatures make their way inside, you have a problem. You need immediate assistance from a trusted company. You need Steve's Plumbing and Heating. The furnace is the heart of your HVAC system.


We're in central Wisconsin. It gets cold. Fortunately, home heating technology has evolved from wood-burning stoves to radiant heat (that's your boiler system) and efficient forced-air furnaces. Most modern homes are equipped with a central heating system which provides warmth to the whole interior from one centralized location. The heating appliance is typically located in a furnace room, a mechanical room or a basement, and distributes heat using forced-air through ductwork to the various rooms of the home.


Your plumbing system is one of the most important components of your home. It brings us wonderful convenience to our everyday lives. Most of us are happy to have an indoor toilet instead of an outhouse, and warm bathwater out of the faucet instead of heating pail on a wood-burning stove. We frequently take this convenience for granted - until it's not working perfectly for us anymore. When your plumbing system needs a little TLC, give us a call. Leaking pipes can cause extensive water damage to your property.


Many older homes have boilers in their basements. You've probably seen those old, iron systems that lurk imposingly in the darker reaches of the mechanical room. These boilers have long been the central workhorse of our homes for quite some time. They have kept us warm for over 150 years. A boiler is typically a closed vessel in which water is heated using electrical elements or natural gas. The heated or vaporized water exits the boiler for use in various processes or heating applications, including water-based heating, cooking and sanitation.