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Wrenn's Plumbing & Heating Inc.


2032 S St Aubin Street
Sioux City, IA 51106
Last Updated: November 7, 2018




About Wrenn's Plumbing & Heating Inc.

Wrenn's Plumbing & Heating, Inc. has been a trusted provider of professional plumbing and hydronic and steam heating services to residential and commercial customers in Sioux City and surrounding areas for 30 years.
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Wrenn's Plumbing & Heating, Inc. has been a trusted provider of professional plumbing and hydronic and steam heating services to residential and commercial customers in Sioux City and surrounding areas for 30 years. We pride ourselves on exceptional customer service. We are confident that there is no job too large or too small that we cannot handle quickly and efficiently. 

Residential services range from everyday home repairs to remodels, additions and new home construction. We are experts in the installation and repair of water softeners, water heaters, R.O. systems, water piping, drain piping and gas piping and all other areas of your plumbing system. At Wrenn's Plumbing we understand how important your home is to you. We look forward to taking care of your plumbing needs. 

Commercial services range from everyday maintenance on your current business to all phases of your new construction project. We are currently working with many commercial clients that count on us to meet their plumbing needs. We specialize in the new construction of motels, apartment buildings, and restaurants throughout the area and have completed new construction projects ranging from office buildings to medical facilities. Please contact us with any questions you have regarding your current business or to bid any future projects you have. 

At Wrenn's our professional plumbers are licensed with the State Of Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. We are also certified in medical gas installation and repair along with back flow testing. We are insured and bonded. 



When you’re living in an apartment or other rental, modifications or upgrades to the living space are almost always out of the question. What landlord is going to let you change a color scheme, install a new faucet, or put in new tile? But who can really blame them? After all, you probably won’t be living there for the rest of your life, and it can be expensive to revert things back to “neutral”. Not to mention the obvious risks involved in trusting a tenant with home improvement.

But the bathroom is a haven for many of us: a place to relax and rejuvenate. It’s where we start and end our day, and should be both utilitarian and comfortable. Even if you can’t make extensive changes to the space, there are still a number of easy, inexpensive, and 100% reversible ways to upgrade and personalize the bathroom in your new apartment or rental.

1. Change the shower head. It sounds so simple – and it is! A new shower head can totally change the look (and more importantly, the feel) of your shower with very little cost or effort. If you choose a new low flow shower head, you can also save yourself some money and water without sacrificing a great experience.

2. Rugs = versatility. A nice rug can cover up ugly linoleum or tile, help prevent slips and falls, and provide a soft, warm place to stand while you’re drying off after the shower. The best part of all? They can be swapped out for a new color, size, or style whenever you want and they’re easy to keep clean – just be sure to hang it up to dry and throw it in the washer periodically. If you want something that’s gorgeous and durable, we offer a fine selection of Teak bath mats.

3. Put up a new shower curtain and a fancy or fun shower rod. Even if you have doors on your shower, there’s no reason you can’t cover them up with a nice shower curtain to add a little flair to your bathroom. Whether you want cute kittens, psychedelic patterns, or an elegant linen, there are plenty of accompanying shower rods to keep your look consistent.

4. Install a new toilet seat. You wouldn’t believe the variety of toilet seats there are out there! Whatever your bathroom color scheme or theme, we’re sure you can find a seat to match. At® we have a hundred different colors of toilet seats, plus fun ocean themed, butterfly, and even music-themed toilet seats. In addition to adding some style to your bathroom, you also get the assurance that your new (to you) toilet has a guaranteed-clean seat!

5. Accessorize, accessorize, accessorize. Place a small vanity mirror on the counter, install some shelves above the toilet for extra storage, or hang some of your favorite artwork (in appropriate frames to avoid mildew!) to truly customize the room. If you can match the size or get permission from your landlord, you may also be able to change out the towel bars for something a little more you.


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 Wrenn's Plumbing & Heating Inc

2032 S St Aubin Street 

Sioux City, IA 51106


So you think you have a leak. Maybe it’s obvious, maybe it isn’t. Are you just being paranoid? Let’s try to find out.

If you’ve noticed disturbed dust patterns that look suspiciously like a dirty car after the rain has dried, we would agree that there’s been water disturbing that dust at some point. Whether the water was from an open window during the rain, a leaky supply line, or a kid with a spray bottle… well, that’s harder to tell.

Naturally if you see water, just follow the drips, turn off the nearest shutoff valve, and either fix it or call your plumber. But if there’s no water now – just dusty evidence – you still might be able to find the leak.

Water follows the path of least resistance. There’s a pretty good chance if you found evidence of a leak (and it hasn’t been fixed), that water will travel that way again. One trick to help find where the drips are dropping from calls for a paper towel or paper bag. This is a useful trick in rental homes, especially when you’ve just moved in (since a leak may have been fixed, but the cleanup job may not have been too great). Grab a paper towel, a paper bag, or even a newspaper and put it under where you suspect dripping. If a drip falls, it will leave a spot, which should help you find where the drip originated. You can also try making an ink grid on the paper using some sort of non-permanent marker to make any drips more obvious.

If there are supply lines or appliances around the suspect area, check them carefully for rips or splits, unattached hoses, or anything else that looks like it could cause a leak. If all looks right, turn on the water (or water-using appliance), making sure you can turn if off again quickly just in case. Check for leaks (you may need to wait a few minutes), and turn everything back off. If you see drips on your paper, put a bowl or bucket to catch the water, then trace that drip back to where it came from. Once you know what’s leaking, you can call your landlord and/or plumber and let them know what you found (and how you found it).

If you see nothing at the time, it might just be a really slow leak. Check on it daily or more often to see if drips fall when you’re not looking. If you have no drips after a week or so, the leak might have been taken care of, or it might have been that kid after all. Or maybe it only appears when it rains. We offer a terrific assortment of water alarms if you want to be notified exactly when the leak reappears. Either way, still check every so often, and mention it to the professionals the next time you see them.

Please keep in mind that just because you cannot identify a leak yourself, doesn’t always mean you don’t have one. Listen to your gut and look at the evidence. If you feel something isn’t right, your water bill suddenly shoots up, your water meter seems to be running a marathon, or you hear running water when nothing is on and can’t find the reason, don’t wait, call your trusted local plumber right away! Not all leaks are easily visible, or leave obvious clues. Some leaks, like ones under a home, may manifest as a warm spot under your feet that hasn’t been there before, or a yard that suddenly has squishy places (possibly broken sprinkler pipe, but also a potential septic issue). These sorts of leaks require a licensed plumber quickly.

Call us for any plumbing question you need an answer to!

Wrenn's Plumbing & Heating Inc

(712) 276-6014

2032 S St Aubin Street 

Sioux City, IA 51106


Here at Wrenn’s, we pride ourselves on exceptional customer service!!

We are confident that there is no job too large or small

that we cannot handle quickly and efficiently.

Visit our website for more information about our services.

Give us a call for any emergency or any plumbing service. We are always at your service! 

Wrenn's Plumbing & Heating Inc


2032 S St Aubin Street 

Sioux City, IA 51106

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