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We use only top-of-the-line plumbing products

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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http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB039-166.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSSometimes there are things in your water that you cannot see. The reason you cannot see them is because they are dissolved. Coffee makes your water black because there’s a lot of tiny little particles tinting the water. If something is dissolved, on the other hand, the water remains clear. It’s very similar to what happens if you put a bit of salt in some water and stir it up. You can see the salt when it’s still a particle, but once it dissolves, you will not be able to see it anymore. If you cannot see something, you probably won’t think about it very much (out of sight, out of mind). Unfortunately, some of the things dissolved in your water can be harmful to your plumbing and even harmful to your health.   Water that does not have a lot of dissolved material in it is ‘hungry’. In our ecosystem, water comes from rain or condensation in the form of dew. That clean water falls in a very pure state, but it’s ‘hungry’, meaning that it will dissolve anything that it touches because it doesn’t have anything dissolved in it already. As the water hits the ground, it sinks and goes through all the layers of metals, minerals, or other materials. (Those materials will vary, depending on the area or region.) As the hungry water passes through those things, it picks them up. The end result is that there’s likely to be many things dissolved into the water.   One of the most common things that dissolves in...
http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB038-165-1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSTo replace a main sewer line that runs from the house to the street on a municipal sewer system, it takes several things to do the job well. First, it really starts with knowing where the sewer line is. Because it’s underground, we don’t want to assume anything about its layout. It could cross under a tree, driveway, or buried utility. If we don’t know that upfront, it could be very challenging to be productive with getting it replaced.   At Wisler Plumbing, we have cameras with transmitters in them that we can use to locate a main sewer line (as long as we can get our camera down the line). If the sewer goes over 5 feet deep, it becomes more complicated because it’s necessary to protect the lives of people that will be in the trench. OSHA standards say that if it goes deeper than 5 feet, you have to have trench protection to prevent a cave-in. That’s why it’s important that we make sure to understand exactly how deep the sewer line is.   From there, once we’ve established a plan and we know what’s necessary to get it done, we’ll pull a permit with the county or city official that governs the area. We also call in to have the Miss Utility mark the underground lines for utilities that may be on the property. We definitely wouldn’t want to hit a main electrical power that goes to someone’s house. That’s why it’s important to make contact with the municipal sewer company or whoever is...
http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB038-164.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSI think that culture is something that exists regardless of whether you’ve fostered it intentionally or not. Every team, organization, or business is going to have a culture. The question is how you are actively changing or transforming the culture into what you want it to be. Sometimes people will say that the morale is low at their particular business. What they are really talking about is the culture.   Lots of times, a business owner will have a meeting and they will talk about what they want to try. However, it’s just talk—the best way to transform or change the culture is to put your words into action. Here at Wisler Plumbing, we are very focused on the mission that has been here for many many years. That mission is to honor God, serve people, be diligent, do quality plumbing, and to grow profitably. We are very committed to that mission, and all our employees are aware of it as well.   I can’t say that every single employee has bought into it 100%. However, that’s the direction that we’re headed. I think our values are very important to making sure that we are on the right path. Our values at Wisler Plumbing are faith, family, provide, and courageous. Every single day, the people inside our organization know what we’re about. We are active in fostering the culture throughout our team.   I think that ‘vision’ is a word that’s thrown out there a whole lot. However, vision is really just the picture of your mission and...
http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB038-163-1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSThere are lots of companies in the area that provide services like plumbing, electrical, heating and air, and even gas lines. We’ve chosen not to add HVAC service to our organization, and it really goes all the way back to our company’s history. We’ve actually done electric work before, and we have our electrical license. What we’ve found is that it’s extremely hard to be everything to everybody, and our history has solely been built on being the expert in the plumbing field. The bottom line is, we want to continue that trend.   There was a person who once told me that you should always be good to what’s been good to you. It’s just as simple as that—plumbing is who we are, it’s what we do, and it’s what we know. (Perhaps even more than most people in the area.) Trades, whether it is roofing, electrical, plumbing, or HVAC, are really more than just a service experience. At the end of the day, service is very important. We all care about how we’re received when calling a company, or the first impression of the technician as they visit our home. But when it comes down to it, they are there to solve the problem that the homeowner is experiencing.   If a company can’t solve the problem, if they don’t have the required knowledge, or if they don’t have a readily available resource to answer any questions, then the experience will go down the drain. No matter how good they look, how punctual they are, how...
http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB037-160.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSBecause the cost of trades like electrical, plumbing, and HVAC has gone up dramatically over the years, people are becoming more aware of how important the condition of those systems are when making a home purchase. If you’re in the process of looking for a new home, here’s what you need to look for to find out whether the plumbing system is in good condition or it will need lots of work in the future. Any Maintenance Records? First, I would recommend that you check to see if there are any maintenance records for the home you’re interested in. If someone hasn’t maintained a system in the home (especially the plumbing system), there’s a good chance that it’s going to experience a failure in the near future. If someone did perform maintenance, it means that they care about it and they want it to stay in good working order. You might want to ask if there have been any type of maintenance programs or maintenance contracts on the plumbing system, HVAC system, etc. That’s a good indicator that it’s well taken care of. Condition of Visible Pipes Next, perform a visual look-around on the pipes that you can see. If there’s any type of corrosion, rust stains, water marks, or anything that might lead you to believe that there’s a leak, then be very cautious. Most generally, piping systems were put in at the same time as other components in the system. If there’s something wrong in one place, that means that there are probably other issues, too. The...
http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB037-159.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWhen it comes to the types of cleaning products that would be appropriate for your home, it really depends on the type of material in the finish of each fixture. There are many differences between a toilet and a sink or a toilet and a bathtub. For instance, toilets and some kinds of sinks are made of porcelain. They have a polish layer over them, and if you used an abrasive scrub brush or harsh chemical, it could remove that layer. As a result, it would make the toilet or sink even more prone to stains and water marks.   If you have a porcelain fixture in your home, do not use any type of harsh chemical or aggressive cleaning device. Some people might find that a pumice stone is effective at removing water marks from a toilet bowl. What they might not realize is that it’s actually taking off the polish layer from the porcelain as well. Once the polish layer is worn off, then it’s going to make stains accumulate much more quickly and easily. From then on, as soon as you remove a stain, it will show up again in no time.   The best way to clean fiberglass or acrylic showers/tubs is with any multipurpose cleaner you may have. It’s also a great idea to care for these kinds of surfaces by waxing them. Think of them just like your car—if you wax them, water will not be attracted to them as easily and they will be much easier to clean. Most people don’t...

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