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Wisler Plumbing uses only top-quality, reliable products and fixtures when we work on your home. It’s the only way we can afford to offer our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

water-heatersWe get a lot of questions about water heaters, especially the new tank-less models. Wisler Plumbing carries a complete line of water heaters and we can help you make the right decision for a water heater that’s perfect for your home and your water usage patterns.

We stock a nice variety of classy faucets and fixtures so that we always have a ready-to-go fix when something goes wrong in your kitchen or bathroom. Here are a few of the styles that we always have in stock.


We also carry the complete line of Kohler and Moen faucets and fixtures and can get any of their styles to match your current decor or provide an upgraded look for a remodel project.

PEX Piping has become the standard for new homes and plumbing upgrades and repairs. It is a system that replaces traditional copper and PVC pipes with a more flexible plastic tubing system. These new systems are durable, easier to install, less costly and offer great peace-of-mind.

evolve-water-conditionerWisler Plumbing carries Evolve®, a complete line of cutting-edge water treatment systems that deliver clean, high-quality water to your home. Our water treatment systems fulfill your family’s water needs with the highest level of innovation, efficiency and versatility. After all, better science makes brilliant water.
For more information, check out the Evolve® web site.

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10 Low-cost Ways to Spruce up a Kitchen or Bathroom

http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB043-187.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSHere are 10 things that you can do to spruce up your kitchen or bathroom without breaking the bank. Of course, breaking the bank is different for each family. When I think of low-cost items, they are priced at around $500 and under. Compared to a full blown bathroom remodel which will probably run you about $8,000 plus, that’s quite a bit less.   1. Faucets Replacing a bathroom or kitchen faucet can really spice up the area. When it comes to the bathroom, you can replace a polished chrome faucet with a brushed nickel faucet, which is much more common today than it was ten years ago. In the kitchen, a nice pull-out spray really adds a nice look. 2. Toilets Most people think that a toilet is just a toilet. But a lot of times you don’t realize how dingy and grungy a toilet can get until you put a new one in its place. It really makes a big difference. Some larger toilets start to look faded, and putting in a brighter toilet can really spice up a bathroom quickly. 3. Accessories Accessories could be items like a toilet paper holder, a hand towel ring, or a hand towel bar. Those types of things can be installed very easily into most homes. You might also want to get them with a finish that matches the decor that you have in the bathroom (e.g., brushed nickel). 4. Framed Mirror In some bathrooms, there’s a plain mirror that’s stuck to the wall. If that mirror was removed...

The Pros/Cons of Plastic and Metal Pipes

http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB043-186.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSMany of our piping materials are made from plastic now. Water lines are mostly CPVC pipes and PEX pipes. Although there are several other types, those are the most common. We usually use PVC for the drainpipes in our area. It hasn’t always been this way, though. Years ago, copper was more common. Before that it was galvanized pipes and cast iron drainpipes, and even before that it was clay and concrete drainpipes. The products and materials have evolved to become much better (for the most part). However, not every innovation is sound, and sometimes a product is created or manufactured that doesn’t ultimately stand the test of time.   PEX and PVC have held up over the years, and one good thing about using plastic pipes is the fact that they don’t corrode like metal pipes do. Not all water is non-corrosive; water quality called acidic water can actually eat away at metals. If you have copper, brass, or other kinds of metal pipes, the water will eventually eat them away until there are pinholes in the pipe. Plastic doesn’t have this kind of problem. Acidic water will not eat away at plastic pipes. All the products that we use (and from a broader perspective, most of the products on the market today) are safe for drinking water. In other words, you don’t have to worry about the plastic degrading to the point that you’ll end up drinking it along with your water.   As far as drain lines go, PVC has been around for quite a...

4 Things I Never Thought I’d Say to My Kids

http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB043-185-2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS  Never is a major word. The older that I get, the more I realize that if you use the word ‘never’, you’ll probably eat crow later on. There were a few things that people told me when I was growing up that I thought were annoying, and I thought I’d never say those things to my own kids. But now I realize that they just come naturally when you have children of your own. Here are 4 things that I never thought I’d say.   #1: “When I was your age…”   People used to tell me dramatic stories about how things were back in their day. They usually led to an explanation about how good that I had it as a child. I put a slightly different spin on ‘When I was your age’: I don’t use it to make my kids feel bad because they have it so good. Instead, I tell them about how I used to do things when I was little.   #2: “Dry it up.”   My children are young, so sometimes they cry about things that don’t really matter. Because I’m a fairly direct person, I’ll tell them to dry their eyes. (I have a harder time saying that to my daughter than to my son.) It only happens if they are tired or hungry, and I think it’s human nature.   #3: “Wake up!”   When we were growing up, my mom used to always yell to us upstairs, “Wake up!” To me, it sounded like she was practically...

How to Extend the Life of a Garbage Disposal

http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB043-184.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Is it a good idea to have a garbage disposal in your home, especially if you have a septic system? It’s not necessarily a bad idea, but just like everything else, garbage disposals should be used in moderation. They serve a specific purpose and they aren’t an appliance that’s meant for you to use by disposing anything and everything. If you use it indiscriminately, you’ll probably end up with problems.   What should you use garbage disposals for? They were designed and built to deal with small amounts of vegetables, food from plates, and scraps that are left in the bottom of the sink. It wouldn’t be a good idea to peel a whole bag of potatoes and shove all the peels down the garbage disposal at once. It’s also not good to put celery or eggshells down the garbage disposal. Attempting to dispose of any type of splintery bones from meat (like chicken bones) can potentially cause problems with the system’s blades.   You can also do a little bit of maintenance to keep your garbage disposal clean and fresh. If you put down some ice cubes, it can actually knock the rust or residue off of the blades that grind the food. If you notice a smell, you can sometimes try putting a lemon peel down the disposal to freshen it up. We also have a bacterial agent product called BioSmart. It would be a good idea to use it about once a month to get rid of smells, scum, and grease that tends to...

Be Wary of Bad Plumbing Advice

http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB042-183.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Most people minimize plumbing and ignore an issue thinking that it’s no big deal. Electrical issues sometimes get ignored, too, and the worst case scenario with an electrical failure is a fire (which is very damaging to a home). The worst case scenario with plumbing is sewage backing up into the home or water pouring into an area and causing damage that leads to mold and extremely expensive repairs. One of my newer employees said, “I can ruin the whole house in five minutes.” What he meant is that if he was putting together a pipe and he didn’t get the joint done properly, it could blow apart and flood the whole house. Plumbing is definitely serious business, and it’s something that shouldn’t be minimized or pushed to the side.   We also often hear people say that plumbing is easy and you can do it yourself. While it’s true that some people are technically capable, there are also some people who aren’t. Knowing your limits is very important, and just getting advice from the store attendant might not be the best strategy. They might be a very competent person, but it’s not good to assume that because they’re at the hardware store that they know how to do a specific plumbing project. Even though they might have done a job on their own doesn’t mean that it’s the best idea for you to give it a try too.   The other issue is centered around dealing with things proactively, and maintenance is definitely a proactive behavior....

How to Prevent and Fix Kid-Related Plumbing Issues

http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB042-182.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWe love our kids, but their shenanigans in the home are usually water-related. For some reason, kids have a fascination about putting things into the toilet and watching them disappear. (The movie Finding Nemo wasn’t very good for the plumbing trade.) Even though a goldfish probably won’t be very harmful, there are certain things that just aren’t supposed to be flushed down the toilet. If they get lodged in, the toilet could start overflowing.   Water isn’t supposed to overflow from a toilet sink or shower tub onto the floor. Whenever your children are using the bathtub, shower, toilet, or sink, make sure they are taking care not to make a mess. If you can teach them or keep them supervised, you can prevent water from soaking into the floor and getting into the wood, which could lead to mold, water damage on ceilings, and damage to various different components throughout your home.   It’s pretty common for us to run into floors that have begun to rot to the point that they have become weak. Kids go crazy in the bathtub day after day, and if a little bit of water gets on the floor every single time they take a bath, it causes the rotting over time. If kids are going to play in the tub, it might be a good idea not to fill it quite so full. That way, there won’t be as much of a tendency for water to splash out. If you’re going to allow children to take a shower, be conscious...

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