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Process Piping vs. Traditional Plumbing

Businesses often require more sophisticated technical solutions to their plumbing requirements than what is traditionally used in residential homes. The transfer of fluids and other materials within a corporate facility often presents a unique challenge that dictates the type of piping used as well as the design of the components themselves. At Lee Plumbing, our skilled tradesmen are adept at providing solutions in a wide variety of corporate environments. We work with municipal inspectors along with architects and facility engineers to design and construct systems that are appropriate for use within most industries, whether they are in the Kenosha area, Milwaukee or elsewhere.

Improve Indoor Air Quality & Productivity

Several studies have demonstrated the negative effects of poor air quality on productivity, some citing up to a 10% increase in efficiency. Can you justify losing out on that much work, annually because your commercial HVAC system is not up to par? After several months of avoiding the Wisconsin weather outside, indoor air quality can suffer if your HVAC system is not properly cared for. But, where do you start? Heating and cooling systems are comprised of large, complex equipment – if you haven’t been trained to work on them, it’s likely that you have many HVAC questions concerning your furnace, air conditioner, heat pump, or other equipment. Lee Mechanical is here to help.

Lee Energizes Kenosha Businesses

When Bob Lee Sr. started Lee Plumbing in his basement in 1976, he was known in Kenosha for two things: baseball and integrity. Bob is still an avid baseball enthusiast. More importantly, integrity has been the cornerstone of his business for over four decades as Lee Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electric has helped hundreds of Kenosha residents and businesses. Businesses needing the services of a proven commercial electrical contractor have been turning to Lee since the company expanded to provide those services around the turn of the century.

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