Plumbing & HVAC in Lincoln Nebraska
We’re Action Plumbing & Heating, and for half a century, we’ve helped home and business owners in Lincoln, Nebraska, and surrounding areas keep their environmental control systems running smoothly. We offer a full range of heating and cooling services as well as plumbing repairs, maintenance and remodeling.
Your One-Stop Solution
What we do.
If your home needs plumbing installations, upgrades or fixes, it’s time to take Action! Action Plumbing, Heating, & A/C is a licensed, insured plumber for Lincoln and the surrounding areas.
Larger buildings have different plumbing needs than single family homes, especially healthcare facilities, large-scale labs, and other commercial properties which adhere to stringent requirements. Make sure you’re set up for success with a commercial plumbing inspection from Action!
The web is chock full of DIY plumbing fixes. However, saving a little now can mean spending a lot in the future because a quick fix can become a disaster fast. Love your home by leaving pesky plumbing problems to us.
There’s so much more to residential heating and cooling than just changing your filter every month (which you should be doing!). Call Action if you’ve noticed your system working extra hard, not working hard enough, or causing higher than normal electric or gas bills.
The bigger the system, the bigger the issues when things go awry. Action has over 30 years of experience dealing with HVAC systems of every shape and size and the capability to fabricate any piece right in our shop to ensure the perfect fit on every job.
HVAC Service Plans
Setting up a service plan is the easiest way to keep your HVAC system running properly. By regularly servicing your system with Action, we’re able to mitigate large issues by catching problems before they arise.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I have my air conditioner and furnace serviced?
For your peace of mind, it’s best to have it done annually. You rely on this equipment to keep your home conditioned in our harsh winters and hot summers. Having a professional from Action Plumbing & Heating check it over can prevent future problems and alert you to current problems. Maintenance is highly recommended to maximize the life and efficiency of your equipment.
How often should I replace my air filter?
Action Plumbing & Heating recommends that a 1”-thick filter be checked monthly and changed at least every three months. Some homes require a new filter every month because of location and traffic through the home. If you have a media filter, which is about 4-5” thick, it is recommended that you replace it every 8–12 months.
How long should my air conditioner or furnace last from the installation date?
The average life of equipment depends on the care it has received. The average life span of equipment is generally 17–20 years. Some equipment over 30 years old may still be up and running, which is impressive, but the cost of operation is probably significantly higher than present-day equipment. Ask Action Plumbing & Heating how you can save by installing a geothermal heat pump next winter
What is the average life of my water heater?
The average is 8–12 years. The most likely cause of failure is a weld on the tank. You may notice a stream of water or a small puddle underneath the tank. When that happens, call Action Plumbing & Heating right away!
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Why Choose US
Action advocates for safety and satisfaction on every call. To achieve our mission, we guarantee the following: We’ll respect your home as if it were our own by cleaning up our mess. A standard two year labor warranty is provided on any complete system replacement. Much more!
A One-Stop Shop
We’ve been a Better Business Bureau accredited company since 1985, and we’ve got the tools, training, and experience to keep Lincoln’s plumbing and HVAC systems working hard. The best home systems are the kind you don’t have to worry about. Stay worry free with one simple Action: making a call to Action Plumbing, Heating, & A/C.
Worried about an older system? Spotted a leak? Call Action for a consultation. We’ll help you diagnose your plumbing or HVAC system’s issues to keep your home or business in top shape.