9 Ways to Lower Your Heating Bill

Posted on December 26th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

It can be overwhelming when that first winter utility bill arrives. Luckily, there are a few things that can be done to lower those expenses. 1. Thermostats Programming it for a lower temperature at night will save hundreds of dollars on heating bills. 2. Look for air loss. Gaps around the windows and doors where […]

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Why Zone Heating is Really Worth It

Posted on November 26th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Have you ever come home and instantly felt overly hot or freezing cold? This instance quickly turns into a fight with the others inside over what the right temperature should be. Well, what if we told you we could end all of those fights over the thermostat with multi-zoned heating and cooling. What is multi-zone […]

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How to Prepare Your Bathroom For Holiday Guests

Posted on November 21st, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

T-minus one more day until Thanksgiving — your holiday guests are almost on their way! Time to get your house in tip-top shape — and FAST! Tips to Clean Your Bathroom for Your Holiday Guests Clean off the counters A cluttered bathroom counter will leave your guests confused and not to mention can be quite […]

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Why HEPA Filters Are Really Worth It

Posted on November 19th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

If you want to be healthy, you may be adding more fruits and veggies to your diet. But what if we told you that your air filters are just as important as anything else on your grocery list! When it comes to staying healthy at home, you need clean air, and your filters can help […]

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How to Prepare Your Plumbing for the Holidays

Posted on November 15th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Thanksgiving a week away and the holiday season is in full swing! Is your home plumbing prepped and ready to go for your guests? Before you carve the turkey and open presents up under the tree, make sure you check all of your plumbing fixtures first. Here are a few tips to help you get […]

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Home Heating System Assessment

Posted on November 14th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Even though it’s still technically autumn, it’s starting to feel like we should be in the dead of winter. The nights are getting colder and we’re trying everything possible to stay toasty. Is your heating system helping to keep you warm? If not, follow our heating assessment below to see if you need a heater […]

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How to Clean Your Air Filters the Right Way

Posted on November 12th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

One of the most important things to remember as a homeowner is to replace your air filters. Why? Air filters clean your air of any pollutants, so over time it becomes filled with dirt, debris, and bacteria. So poorly maintained air filters can only hurt your indoor air quality and the energy efficiency of your […]

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Why You Need to Maintain Your Heater

Posted on October 29th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Picture this: It’s the middle of a Minnesota winter, and on a cold, windy night, your furnace breaks down. Sounds like a nightmare, right? To avoid a scenario like that one, it’s important to call a professional for furnace tune-ups and repairs. What’s The Importance of Furnace Tune-Ups? Your furnace has an average lifespan of […]

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The Best and Safest Ways to Clean Your Bathroom

Posted on October 25th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

In case you didn’t know, white vinegar is the safest and most natural cleaner for all surfaces. One of the rooms its the MOST helpful is in your bathroom. Vinegar has a high acidity level, which helps loosen mineral deposits and dissolve soap scum. Keep reading to find out the exact places vinegar cleans the […]

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What Do HVAC Ratings Mean?

Posted on October 24th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

There are a lot of things to think about when it comes to choosing an HVAC system. Which system is best financially? Which unit fits best in your home? Is it quiet? Many of these questions are answered in an acronym — like SEER, AFUE, and more. AFUE (Annualized Fuel Utilization Efficiency) This is associated […]

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