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We are Open for Emergency Plumbing and Heating Needs During COVID-19

A heating, cooling, and plumbing technican provides emergency service for a home.It seems as if rules are changing on a daily basis since the COVID-19 pandemic began to take effect. The guidelines from local and national governments have caused many people to need to stay home with their families and away from work. But what happens when something goes wrong at home?

There are so many parts of a house that need to work for your life to be smooth. Emergencies happen even when they aren’t convenient - or usually, especially when they aren’t convenient! Heaney Plumbing & Heating is here to help you and your family keep your home running. 

Our Emergency Services are Still Available!

Right now, we are still offering emergency services for our customers and neighbors in the Southeast Michigan area. Whether your furnace, AC unit, water heater, or pipes give out or sound funny, we can help fix that. We continue to offer emergency services in the following areas:

  • Plumbing - Water line repair, hot water service, clogs, leaks, and more
  • Heating - Boiler, furnace, and heat vent repairs
  • Cooling - AC repairs

Protecting You and Our Staff with Skeleton Crews

During this time, we want to make extra efforts to protect everyone’s health and safety. For this reason, we are now operating skeleton crews of four technicians. By limiting our crews, we can maintain social distancing while still giving you the service you need. We will go over any details ahead of time on the phone to make sure we know your problem, then our crew can get to work on the trouble area without needing to come closer to your family. 

We monitor our employees' health. If anyone shows any of the symptoms for COVID-19, we ask them not to come into work. Our employees will also take extra steps to wear gloves and face masks while in your home.

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