Posted on 2/10/2020 4:00 AM By Steve's Plumbing
If you’re blessed with central heating and cooling, chances are you don’t often ponder the condition of your ductwork—until something appears wrong, that is. Maybe your energy bills recently jumped, or your home won't maintain a consistent temperature anymore, but whatever the issue is, it’s definitely caught your attention. At Steve’s Plumbing & Heating, we know that the efficiency of your home often hinges on the condition of its ductwork. If you’re dealing with any of the three issues below, give us a call so we can conduct a thorough inspection.
Posted on 10/7/2019 12:16 PM By Steve's Plumbing
Winter weather is notorious for sapping your skin of its much-needed moisture. Harsh winds, sub-zero temperatures, and dry air can really do a number on your skin over the span of our snowy months here in Wisconsin. And while slathering yourself in lotion multiple times a day might be a quick fix, what your skin (and nasal passages, lips, and eyes) really need is more moisture in the air. How can you achieve that? With a permanent humidifier inside your home! The professionals at Steve’s Plumbing & Heating explain what humidity control is and how it can benefit you and your family.
Posted on 12/11/2017 4:00 AM By Steve's Plumbing
Boilers are a standard heating system in both residential and commercial properties. Although different types of boilers offer a wide range of features, they mostly perform the same function. Boilers heat water, and then distribute it through a building via a piping network that channels through the walls, ceiling, or floors. Most boilers are powered by natural gas, oil, propane, or diesel fuel.
Posted on 11/20/2017 4:00 AM By Steve's Plumbing
Has the Wisconsin air got you down? We can help clean the air in your home by installing a brand new whole-house or single-room air cleaner. A Steve’s Plumbing & Heating technician is ready to show you all the filtration options available to you. Installation is quick and easy and can solve a wide range of issues. Some of these problems are listed below.
Posted on 5/15/2017 4:00 AM By Steve's Plumbing
All across the United States, spring signals a welcome change in temperature with warm breezes becoming more frequent. The blooming of colorful flowers and other foliage is often a double-edged sword for many people, including those who live in Central Wisconsin. While the beauty is appreciated, the appearance of these blooms often signals an increase in the airborne allergens that can make life almost unbearable. Fortunately, paying attention to the air purification that exists in your home can make the warmer months more bearable.
Posted on 4/24/2017 4:00 AM By Steve's Plumbing
On average, you are in your home 90% of your time. You sleep, eat, and relax at your home. With so much time at home, have you ever wondered about the quality of the air you’re breathing? In fact, research shows that the air quality in your home may be worse than the air quality outside. Even if you clean your home, you still could be exposing yourself to polluted air in your home which could make you sick. How, so? Your air ducts.
Posted on 4/17/2017 4:00 AM By Steve's Plumbing
Research shows that the air in your home may be more polluted than the air outside if you live in big cities. If you are like most people, then you spend the majority of your time inside your home; therefore, you may be making yourself sick. Fortunately, there are measures you can take to improve the air quality in your home.
Posted on 2/20/2017 4:00 AM By Steve's Plumbing
Your water heater is an example of one of the many household appliances that you don't really think about until something goes wrong with it. Think about how often you rely on this often-hidden household necessity, though. From your morning shower and preparing dinner to making sure that your kids are clean before they go to bed and knocking out the dinner dishes before you turn in the night, your water heater is an appliance whose longevity can be extended by instituting a few maintenance tips.
Posted on 1/16/2017 4:00 AM By Steve's Plumbing
You rely on your air conditioning heavily during the warmer months. As such, the constant use can take a toll on your air conditioning, and it can increase the chances that your air conditioning system will stop working if it’s not maintained as it should be maintained.
If your air conditioning stopped working at the end of summer and you delayed getting it fixed, you may be in luck. Homeowners can reap a lot of benefits by getting their repairs done during the off-season.
Posted on 12/19/2016 4:00 AM By Steve's Plumbing
Although you may find it hard to believe, the air in your home could be making you sick. Are you spending more time in your home? Have you noticed that you cough more or have trouble taking deep breaths, then you may be inhaling harmful substances that are living right under your nose.
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