Eyman is Omaha’s Fix-It company for a reason. Our respect for well-built machinery, our commitment to the environment, and our dedication to saving families time and money has earned the community’s trust. We take that seriously, and if at all possible, we will fix your heating and air conditioning systems. Our staff are not sales people, and receive no commission for upgrading, selling, or upselling Read more.
When you are thinking of “greening” your home, your plumbing and Hvac systems are a gold mine of ways to save on energy cost while reducing your carbon footprint! Eyman’s diligent commitment to not only saving you money, but reducing our collective environmental impact makes us Omaha’s clean green team! Reduce, Repair, Recycle Eyman has been Omaha’s “Fix-it” company for decades, and we take pride Read more.
If your low-efficiency furnace has seen its last frigid Omaha winter, you may feel overwhelmed at the thought of choosing a new system. With so many brands, models, and methods for heating your home, where do you start? At Eyman, we want to be your plumbing and HVAC experts for life. We pride ourselves on staying current with innovations in efficient home care. We aren’t Read more.
Hot water is just not something your family can do without. From running your dishwasher to washing your hair, hot water runs your home. When the hot water isn’t running, your patience runs understandably thin. Your water heater has a keen sense for the least convenient time to malfunction. When [yes, when-not if] it does, The Big Red Truck can be there quickly to set Read more.
Eyman respects longevity. That’s how we’ve managed to be one of Omaha’s lead mechanical contractors since 1957. We’re known as the “fix it” company because we know that you want to get as much use out of your home mechanical systems as possible, and we are happy to help you extend the life of your equipment for as long as possible! Routine maintenance and a seasonal care Read more.
Living in Omaha means growing accustomed to extreme temperature swings, not only season to season, but sometimes day to day. In the morning, you may find yourself bundled to the max, and by late afternoon you may be sweating in just a hoodie. These extreme fluctuations can have unexpected consequences. We were asked by local media – both print and television – about your pipes Read more.
Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, and pumpkin pie. Everyone has at least one Thanksgiving Day dish they want and expect. It’s tradition and it’s delicious. And after all the time spent on your holiday meal, the last thing you want are plumbing problems from the resulting grease, bones and potato peels. Congealed grease Many traditional Thanksgiving dishes contain grease. Never, ever pour grease down your Read more.
Usually, to replace your sewer line means you must dig up your lawn and landscaping, and bust up the concrete. In other words, it disturbs the area around your house or business. The good news is there is an alternative to all that digging. It’s called trenchless digging. What is trenchless digging? Although “digging” is still part of trenchless digging, little excavation is actually involved. Read more.
It pays to call around We heard recently from a customer who had been shopping for a water heater. She had been checking the big box stores which all offer installed packages through independent contractors. She was surprised to find out that our pricing was less. I think that it is a common perception that even an installed price through one of the “Do Read more.
Your house’s stop box is a cast-iron pipe installed vertically underground and covered with a lid. It provides access (with a tool on a pole) to a water cut-off valve between MUD’s water supply and your home. View stop box illustration here There are two ways to find out if you have an issue with your stop box: You notice near your sidewalk or in Read more.