Northern Wisconsin Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling
    • Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality Could be Better. Here’s How to Make a Noticeable Difference.

      If someone told you that your indoor air quality wasn’t top-notch, would you really believe them? Unlike smelling a foul garbage can in the room nearby, your indoor air quality is something that ...

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    • Why Air Conditioning Costs So Much

      A friend of mine from out of state just bought their first home air conditioning system this last week. They were excited to share with me how much more comfortable their home is now and how cheap it ...

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    • Sweaty Nights - the Problem of Summer Humidity

      Your may have noticed, that over the last few weeks, the evenings have become more humid. Much more humid. Take Rhinelander’s 10 day weather outlook for example: That green line represents the ...

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    • Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality Could be Better. Here’s How to Make a Noticeable Difference.

      If someone told you that your indoor air quality wasn’t top-notch, would you really believe them? Unlike smelling a foul garbage can in the room nearby, your indoor air quality is something that ...

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    • Is Your House Drying You Out?

      Odds are, you already know what we are going to be talking about here: humidifiers. And it feels strange, right? All spring and summer long, we’re working hard to set up Air Conditioning systems to ...

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    • Carbon Monoxide Scare

      SHARE THIS STORY, AND YOU JUST MIGHT SAVE A LIFE. Last week, we received a call on our after-hours phone line from a man in Three Lakes, WI. He and his wife had been waiting for three days for their ...

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    • Preventing Frozen Pipes

      Are you worried that your pipes might freeze with this bitter cold? One of our Master Plumbers, took WSAW’s Emily Davies along on a frozen home call right before the New Year. A home up in Pelican ...

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    • Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality Could be Better. Here’s How to Make a Noticeable Difference.

      If someone told you that your indoor air quality wasn’t top-notch, would you really believe them? Unlike smelling a foul garbage can in the room nearby, your indoor air quality is something that ...

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    • Want to Stay Warm on a Budget? It’s Possible With These Tips!

      Fact: Staying warm in the dead of winter can be quite costly. Granted, you could just turn the thermostat up a few notches — but that will only continue to increase your energy bill. Of course, if ...

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    • Your Boiler's Dirty Secret

      The boiler’s antifreeze had broken down and turned to sludge. One of our technicians recently went on a call to inspect an older boiler in a local Rhinelander home. What he found inside was just plain ...

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    • It Is National "Fix a Leak Week"!

      Say what you will about the EPA, we can all agree that water leaks are bad. This week (March 13-19) is the EPA’s WaterSense “National Fix A Leak Week” , and that is an idea that us experienced ...

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    • "How My Home Flooded, Twice."

      We have a guest post this week from none other than Joanna Frasier – working mother of 5 (whom she home-schooled), and partner in the ownership of Frasier’s Plumbing Heating & Cooling. Joanna loves ...

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    • Is Your Home Making You Sick?

      We often think that when it comes to mold, fruit and veggies are the main culprits in the home. Not so, and in fact, they are carrying the brunt of the bad rep for all the other millions of microbes ...

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    • Frasier's Team Introduces Rhinelander Kids to a Career in the Trades

      This Morning, a Few Members of the Frasier’s Team Volunteered for Our Annual Visit to Rhinelander Central School’s “careers on Wheels Day”! We got to talk with students about what a career in the ...

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    • We Are Thankful for This Community

      95 YEARS. That’s a long, long, long-long-long time. When George Frasier opened up shop on the west side of town, back in 1918, I highly doubt he had any clue what would come of his little plumbing ...

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    • Bill Gates Drinks (Clean) Poop Water

      EVER THE PHILANTHROPIST, BILL GATES IS OUT TO SOLVE ONE OF THE WORLD’S GREATEST CRISIS – THE LACK OF CLEAN DRINKING WATER. According to the World Health Organization , nearly 2.5 Billion people do not ...

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    • Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality Could be Better. Here’s How to Make a Noticeable Difference.

      If someone told you that your indoor air quality wasn’t top-notch, would you really believe them? Unlike smelling a foul garbage can in the room nearby, your indoor air quality is something that ...

      Read More
    • Want to Stay Warm on a Budget? It’s Possible With These Tips!

      Fact: Staying warm in the dead of winter can be quite costly. Granted, you could just turn the thermostat up a few notches — but that will only continue to increase your energy bill. Of course, if ...

      Read More
    • Save Water...at the Urinal?

      With Hodag Country Festival kicking off this week, that means one thing for certain: every lavatory in Rhinelander is going to take a beating. And there will be the huge use of water as well. But, ...

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    • Why Tankless Water Heaters?

      The Holidays are great, but let’s face it – they present some annoying challenges in keeping everyone comfortable. One of the most common issues is making sure everyone has enough hot water for their ...

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    • The Pontoon Water Heater

      Well, this was interesting… The Northwoods of Wisconsin is a unique place to do business. We mentioned last week that in our early years, it was was not uncommon to take plumbing supplies to a job ...

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    • New Water Heater Efficiency Standards - A Primer

      In an effort to help citizens cut monthly utility usage and costs, the US Department of Energy will be enforcing new production standards for water heaters – starting April 16th. This will mean that ...

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