Website for Nebrasky Plumbing Heating and Cooling, a leader in home comfort services and energy savings. Nebrasky services and sells all brands of plumbing, heating and air conditioning products. They have been in the business since 1988, and they get the job done right- the first time.
As an Energy Star contractor, they install and service all brands and proudly feature: Buderus, Bumham, Wirsbo, Heil, Carrier, Weil McLain, Trane, Peerless, Lennox, Goodman, Mitsubishi, Navien, Bradford White, Grundfos, Rheem, A.O. Smith, State American Kohler, Moen, Delta, American Standard, Gerber, Bio-Clean, Aquapure, Aprilaire, Honeywell, Renewaire.
They also do Home Energy Assessments, which can save you a ton of money on your home heating and electric costs. Using the latest diagnostic equipment, their team will evaluate your home, from attic to basement and give you an expert assessment of what’s good and could be improved to help you save energy and money. We did one, we suggest you contact them to assess your home too.
They website is in WordPress, so blogging, updating and consistent change is simplified. The entire site has short nuggets of information, allowing one to skim the entire section or drill down to specifics.
There are hide/show toggles for more in-depth information, allowing for less scrolling. Lots of graphical icons developed for the site, provide links to sections of the site that might otherwise be overlooked.
The site is ‘responsive” meaning it scales from teeny tiny to very large. When it’s iPhone size, the menu narrow to fit the small viewing pane, and is totally functional. Try it, it’s pretty cool.
The site has a page of videos embedded, including a very useful online appointment form, hide/show toggles and more.
We’re Nebrasky customers, and we are happy to recommend them to anyone. They quote on each job upfront from a printed/ standardized pricing chart. Then they arrive ready to work, on time and on schedule. They do great, clean work and take time to explain how things function before they leave. Plus, they actually wear booties to protect your flooring, too. Nice touch, right?