About Us

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Larry Pixley, the owner of Pixley Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning, LLC, entered the industry in 1988. He then went on to serve as a plumbing and HVAC apprentice while simultaneously acquiring his licenses for HVAC, Freon reclaiming, and master plumbing.

 

It was in February 1992 that Larry founded Pixley Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning, LLC and he has been providing top-of-the-line HVAC and plumbing services to the community of Lenawee County for the past 27 years. What sets Pixley Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning, LLC apart from its competitors is its quality of service, affordable rates, friendly and knowledgeable service, and quality tools and parts. They are the area supplier of Airease heating and cooling products.

Frequently asked questions

How often should I change my furnace filter?


To keep your system operating at peak efficiency, you should replace your filters every 3-6 months.




Will a new furnace or air conditioner help lower my utility bills?


The answer is usually yes, depending on the age and efficiency level of your current unit. Please discuss this with your dealer, who will be able to estimate the efficiency level of your current unit, and explain the advantages of a new unit.




Why is my plumbing backing up?


Main sewer line clogs, usually cause water to back up out of a drain or plumbing system. These clogs can cause a gurgling sound to come from your drains. Possible signs include your toilet water bubbling, water backing up from your tub or shower when you flush, or water bubbling from your faucets




Can a main sewer line freeze?


Yes. It's possible for all of your plumbing lines to freeze if the conditions permit.





  • Free estimates.

  • 10% discount OFF off of labor on any size job for returning customers.

  • 12-year parts warranty on all new Century 95% efficient furnace or air conditioners.

  • 10% off of labor on any size installation of handicap facilities.

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