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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.

 

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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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Electric vs. Gas Tankless Water Heaters: Which is Better?

http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB040-171.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Most people roll tankless water heaters into one group, but there are many differences between electric and gas tankless water heaters. It is very common for a home not to have natural gas or LP gas, so if a homeowner is interested in tankless water heating, they tent to automatically assume they can get an electric tankless water heater. That’s often not the case, and in fact, we work with very few electric tankless water heaters.   Electric tankless water heaters take about 120 amps of electricity to run for the whole house, which is a very significant load on an existing electrical system. That would be equivalent to four clothes dryers or electric kitchen ranges. The reality is that there often isn’t enough space in the electrical panel to add an electric tankless water heater capable of providing enough hot water for the entire home. Electricity is the most inefficient way to heat water, so electric tankless water heaters are much less efficient than gas tankless water heaters. Most of the time, people consider tankless water heaters for efficiency, so it wouldn’t make much sense to put in an inefficient unit.   There are also some potential dependability issues with electric tankless water heaters. The elements that heat the water in an electric tankless water heater can burn out very quickly if any air passes through the unit itself. If the water was turned off for maintenance and someone forgot to turn power off to the water heater, it could result in a blown element that...

Please Help Us Give Scholarships to Children By Supporting Folds of Honor

http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB041-175.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Folds of Honor is a small nonprofit organization that was started by Major Dan Rooney. They provide scholarships for the children of disabled or fallen service men and women. It’s a great cause to provide an academic foundation to someone whose family member sacrificed life and limb for our country and our freedom.   The foundation came about when Major Rooney watched a fallen military hero come back into the states and get unloaded out of an airplane with a flag draped over the coffin. In the photo that was taken, Major Rooney saw a four-year-old boy standing beside his father’s coffin. He realized that the boy in the picture will never get to play catch or learn life lessons with his dad. Because education is one of many areas of need for these children, he decided to create Folds of Honor.   Wisler Plumbing is proud to partner with Stand to Honor, which is a secondary campaign of Folds of Honor. The Stand to Honor campaign is looking to raise a total of $1 Million by May 1. We’re a small piece of that campaign and our goal is to raise $5,000, which is enough to buy a scholarship for one child. Wisler Plumbing will match the contributions totaling up to $5,000 on May 3. We would love to be successful in reaching the $10,000 mark for Folds of Honor, which would be enough to provide scholarships to two children.   This cause has a very special meaning for us at Wisler Plumbing. There’s a wide...

The Importance of Creating Purpose in Your Life

http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB039-170.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSI think that we can trudge through life sometimes, and we might end up asking why we wasted so much time or wonder how we got to the point we’re at. Purpose is truly what we should be focused on every day of our lives. JFK said, “Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction.” You can go through life and feel like you’ve worked hard, made sacrifices, and stood up for what you believed. But at the end of the day, if you haven’t created a purpose and given your efforts a direction, that hard work really doesn’t have an impact on your overall lifespan.   Why should you create a specific, clear purpose for your life? When we have a view of the big picture, the small things won’t trip us up as often. Sometimes it can be very hard to get back up once you’ve tripped. When we face adversity or difficult circumstances, we can become extremely angry or frustrated if we don’t have a purpose in our lives. We also probably won’t see our passion come out as frequently, and passion is a really cool thing if it’s channeled in the right way. If you are aware of your purpose, you’ll see your passion come to the surface much more frequently.   If we don’t have purpose, we’re going to naturally focus on ourselves. We’ll be about self-gratification, and most of us know that our lives really aren’t just about ourselves. We tend to experience the most joy out of giving, helping...

Wisler explains what RO is and why YOU should care!

http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB039-169.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSRO is a term used in the water filtering industry, and it simply means reverse osmosis. Water first goes through a sediment filter to remove any larger particles. It’s hard to make great water with bad water, so the purpose of this step is to remove sediment or debris. From there, the water is forced through a reverse osmosis membrane, which is really just a plastic product. Anything left in the water will get caught within that membrane. It filters the water down to .002 micron, which is phenomenally small. Just to put that number into perspective, the naked eye can’t see anything smaller than a 20 micron particle.   Some water is also used to wash the contaminants off of the outside of the membrane. After going through the second stage, the clean water goes into a polishing filter, which is typically made of carbon. It helps to refine the smell and taste of the water. Then it goes into the fourth stage, which is an even finer polishing using an inline filter. (It’s very similar to the filter you would find in your refrigerator.) This very fine filtration can remove harmful things like arsenic, lead, or nitrates.   Why should you care? Sometimes people get a kick on thinking that it’s not as healthy if all the minerals are removed from the water. I’ll have to ask a question right back: why do we drink water? I’m not an expert/doctor, but the best that I can tell through my research is that we drink water to...

How Water Softeners Can Affect Your Bills

http://www.wislerplumbing.com/wp-content/uploads/WislerB039-168.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWater s0ftener systems remove calcium from the water (sometimes referenced as ‘hard water’), which does have a direct impact on utility bills, especially if you have a gas or electric water heater. When you heat hard water, the calcium solidifies (becomes solid) and it can settle, build up, and create scale on the element. That’s where the energy factor comes into play.   Battelle Memorial Institute recently made a report while doing research for the Department of Energy. They figured out the effect that hard water has on household energy usage, and they found that one of the most common causes of failure in traditional gas and electric water heaters is lime scale buildup. They also found that over time, scale deposits will act as an insulator to the actual heating element or the tank on a gas heater. The heater has to work much harder to heat the water, and as a result, the energy efficiency and useful life of the water heater is reduced by up to 50%.   According to Battelle Memorial Institute’s findings, ½ millimeter of hard scale increases fuel costs by 9½%. Hard water and poor water quality can also cause premature breakdowns. Aside from affecting the water heater itself, scale buildup can reduce the life of a humidifier that might be part of your heating system. (Humidifiers use a small amount of electric current to heat the water and create steam.) Dishwashers, appliances, and plumbing fixtures can also be affected by scale buildup. These items are very costly to replace or repair....
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...

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