Glenbrook, Connecticut

Schede Plumbing & Heating

Schede Plumbing & Heating

130 Lenox Ave., Suite #3
Stamford, CT 06906
Schede Plumbing & Heating, Plumbing, Services, Stamford, Connecticut

Your household is your sanctuary from the world. At the end of each day, you return to your home to relax, unwind and spend quality time with the people you love the most. For your home to remain a comfortable and relaxing environment, your cooling, heating and plumbing fixtures need to be in optimal condition. If you’re in the Stamford, CT, area and are having trouble with your heater, air conditioning or plumbing system, get in touch with Schede Plumbing & Heating.

Schede Plumbing & Heating has been family-owned and operated since its inception in 1922. These plumbing contractors bring a sense of kinship to their work and treat every customer as a part of the family. Whether you need water heater repair, help fixing a toilet leak or your garbage disposal is on the fritz, their friendly and reliable staff will be there for you 24/7.

In addition to repairing broken pipes and offering emergency plumbing services, the team from Schede Plumbing & Heating offer a number of other services to make your home more comfortable. They provide drain and sewer cleanings, water pump installations, and septic system services. Their team also includes qualified electricians and HVAC professionals to help you install and repair air conditioners and backup generators. If you have kitchen or bathroom remodeling projects planned, speak with one of their representatives to learn more about how they can help you get the job done.

For help with everything from plumbing to home repairs, count on Schede Plumbing & Heating. Call (203) 969-2299 for a free consultation and visit them online for more on their services.

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