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Plumbing Services in Chippewa Falls, WI

Your leading plumbers in the Chippewa Falls area

Whether you have a leaky faucet, slow drain or an emergency plumbing disaster, you can count on Hurlburt Heating AC and Plumbing to have your back. With over 60 years of experience in the industry, we can take care of all your plumbing needs. 

An honest, local company

We service Chippewa Falls and its surrounding areas in west central Wisconsin. As a local HVAC and plumbing company, we have technicians on call in the area 24/7 ready to take care of any plumbing emergencies you might experience.

We know home repairs can get expensive, so we make sure our team is honest and transparent with you about the work we do. We will discuss repair and replacement options before our technicians begin any work so there are no surprises when the job is finished.

Full-service plumbing in Chippewa Falls

Hurlburt offers plumbing repairs, replacements, fixture installation, drain cleaning, remodel overhauls and water treatment options for all residential plumbing systems.

We service and install:

After hours emergencies

You can trust the team at Hurlburt to take care of you in the event of a plumbing emergency. Plumbing leaks and broken pipes can cause thousands of dollars worth of damage to your home if they are not addressed promptly. We have technicians on call 24/7 to respond to any plumbing emergency you might have. 

Our plumbers will make it to your home as soon as possible but you should still know where your home’s water shutoffs are in the event of an emergency. 

Your home has a “main” water line that supplies all the water to your house. This water line has a shutoff on it. When themain is closed, your home will not be supplied with water at all. You can shut this off in the event of a broken pipe or substantial water leak.

All toilets have a shutoff valve located on the water line to the tank. These shutoffs are pretty easy to find if you look for them. We recommend taking a look at all the toilets in your home to find the shutoff valves so you know what they look like in case of an emergency. 

All faucets and sinks have a shutoff valve located beneath them, usually under a cabinet. If you can’t find the shutoff valves, you can always ask us to show you the next time we are out to your home for service. We’re always happy to answer questions. 

Professional fixture installation

If they are well maintained, plumbing fixtures can last a long time. However, if you are noticing loose knobs on your faucets or maybe you have a showerhead that’s always dripping, you might want to consider an upgrade. 

We offer professional plumbing fixture installation whether you have the new fixtures in hand or need our help in choosing ones to fit your home. No job is too big or small for the professionals at Hurlburt Heating AC and Plumbing. 

Water treatment options for Chippewa County

Safe drinking water in your home is of utmost importance. Hurlburt has a variety of water treatment options for all of your water concerns.

We offer:

While hard water might be safe to drink, it can cause premature damage and aging to your water heater and plumbing fixtures. If you live in an area with hard water, you may just consider a water softener to extend the life of your plumbing equipment. 

If you have any questions about your water and which treatment options may benefit you, don’t hesitate to contact us. 

Water heater installation and repair

Your water heater is one of the greatest conveniences in your home. And when it fails, it can feel like you’ve stepped right out of the modern world. The team at Hurlburt offers prompt water heater repair services to get your system back up and running as soon as possible. 

Water heaters in our area typically last around 10 years. If you have hard water in your home, you might only get 8 years of its lifespan before it fails. If you don’t have plans to install a water softener, you should flush your water heater once or twice per year to remove some of the stuck sediment that builds up at the bottom of the tank.

However…if you haven’t flushed your water heater in a few years, you might think twice before trying it yourself. If you don’t know what you’re doing, it’s best to leave it alone and talk through it with one of our plumbers the next time we are at your home. Flushing an old water heater that has never been flushed before might actually cause a leak to start. When a water heater develops a leak at the bottom of the tank, there is no fixing it. The entire water heater must be replaced. 

If we install a new water heater for you, we will go over any maintenance required to keep your system running for many years to come. 

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