Southeast Edwards Plumbing and Heating Service

Edwards Plumbing & Heating is your source for heating and cooling repairs and installation in Southeastern Michigan. Our certified technicians are ready to service your heating, cooling, or plumbing systems. We have many solutions to common problems and are able to service even more locations. If you do not see what you’re looking for on this list, please contact our heating and cooling experts 24/7.
  • Water Heater Installation (Energy-efficient models available), Repair & Replacement
  • Control Systems
  • Test Heating Service
  • Heating System Repairs
  • Certified Technicians
  • Planned Service Agreements
  • FREE Estimates on Replacement Equipment
  • Installation and Replacement
  • Specialty Systems
  • Humidifier System Installation
  • Residential & Commercial
  • Refrigeration Service
  • Service All Makes & Models

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Our highly trained staff is ready to assist you with any heating system problems you may encounter. This includes testing and repairing systems when necessary. It is especially important to test the heating systems in your home before colder weather comes. We also have specialized technicians in your area who can offer efficient solutions to any HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) problems.

It is important that your HVAC unit is running smoothly. Your HVAC unit is the most expensive appliance in your home to run because it requires so much energy to run. To prolong the life of your unit and keep costs as low as possible, proper maintenance and continuous care is necessary.

HVAC Quick Tips

Make sure to replace air filters at least once a month, especially when the unit is in high use. Also, periodically vacuum the air ducts and make sure that all vents are free of dirt and debris.


When it comes to large, expensive appliances in the home, it’s sometimes necessary to call in a professional. We offer installation, testing, and repair services to these following appliances, as well as others.

  • Humidifier system
  • Refrigeration systems
  • Specialty systems
  • Water Heaters


Your local Edwards Plumbing & Heating technicians can help service all gas needs, from appliance hook up, checking meters or gas vent work.

Many homeowners can successfully DIY on many plumbing products, however it is extremely important that you call a professional when natural gas is involved. Gas repairs, fittings, or appliance hook up can be complicated and hazardous tasks that require previous experience. Moreover, if a gas installation goes wrong, your home, as well as your family could be in danger. During installation it is important that proper ventilation within units, testing, and necessary adjustments are made by the professional.

After installation of natural gas appliances or vents, it’s important that periodic maintenance is scheduled. Again, it is important that a professional is called. If appliances or other products are not maintained, it can become very dangerous. For example, if your gas appliance starts emitting carbon monoxide instead of its normal byproduct, you are exposing those in the space to toxic gasses. A carbon monoxide monitor can also be installed to ensure safety.


Edwards Plumbing & Heating has fully trained and highly professional staff who can help with your hot water heater needs. We also are qualified to help with your tankless hot water needs, whether it be installation or repair.

Tankless Hot Water Heaters

Wondering if you should make the switch to tankless? Here are a few tips from your local plumbing experts.

Heating water for your home accounts for up to thirty percent of your energy costs. Many people are looking towards tankless hot water heaters for efficiency purposes. Instead of a normal hot water heater, which stores hot water, a tankless hot water heater heats water as it passes over high-powered burners. This is what makes tankless water heaters more efficient.

However, the upfront investment of tankless water heaters can be costly. Moreover, installation, service, and repair might be more time consuming than a regular tank water heater. Our professional staff here at Edwards Plumbing & Heating can help you figure out which option is best for you and help you plan an affordable and time efficient installation.

All Edwards Plumbing & Heating technicians are professional and courteous when working in your home. We understand homeowners’ needs and work to make our customers happy. We employ certified technicians than can service all makes and models of appliances and any heating and cooling units your home might have.

Edwards Plumbing & Heating also offers planned service agreements and free estimates on replacements for both residential and commercial locations. Contact your local Edwards Plumbing & Heating for more information about how we can solve your problem today.


Manufactures are increasing the energy efficiency of refrigerators dramatically thanks to new breakthroughs in technology. An energy efficient appliance, while it might be more expensive up front, will save you money over the years.

A humidifier system introduces moisture into the air, keeping the environment more comfortable and healthier. It installed directly into your cooling and heating system so it can affect your entire house, which enables it to humidify your entire house. The level of humidity can be controlled similarly to the heat and air conditioning to ensure that you always experience controlled humidity.

There could be something wrong with it, or your system could just be aging. Call in a professional to evaluate the system and see if it needs replacing. Extra noise does not mean extra power, and it’s contributing to noise pollution if nothing else.

Before making any purchases for your home you should research all available options. Tank-less hot water heaters have many positives, such as endless hot water, energy efficiency, and it saves space, but the upfront costs are substantial.

There are a lot of reasons why you might be running out of hot water. One could be the age of your hot water heater. Maintain your hot water heater by flushing it out yearly to avoid sediment buildup. Over time sediment can build up in your pipes creating an inefficient flow of hot water.

Water softeners or water conditioners will not only make your water heater last longer, but your fixtures too! Softeners are built to reduce build-up and protect pipes.

Drains get clogged frequently because people are often unaware of what they wash down them. Kitchen sinks often get clogged with food, cooking oil and other particles. Bathroom sinks are often filled with oily residue from shampoos and soaps. Frequently clean the drain and flush it with warm water.