6 Signs You Are a Plumbing Pro

Posted on July 16th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

It’s not easy remembering everything you have to do to maintain your home. But some people can tackle it all, from landscaping to plumbing. If you can answer the following six questions then we agree: you’re a plumbing pro! 1. You know where the main water shutoff is. Picture this: You come home after a […]

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4 Signs Your Main Sewer Line is Clogged

Posted on July 9th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Dealing with a clogged pipe is a bad thing. The question is: How do you know your plumbing is clogged? I have 4 signs to watch for, so you can make identifying the problem a lot easier. Is Your Main Sewer Line Clogged? 1. Do you hear a loud noise coming from the sink or […]

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Checklist When Hiring a Professional Plumber

Posted on June 28th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Are you on the lookout for a new, trusted plumber? Hiring a professional to patch up leaky pipes and upgrade to water-efficient appliances is a responsible homeowner move — and we applaud you for that. We also, however, want to make sure you hire the right people for the job and that starts with knowing […]

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Electrical Tips To Keep In Mind During a Remodel

Posted on June 27th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Since your electrical work is concealed behind your home’s walls, they are easy to miss while planning a renovation. But now is your opportunity to fix any electrical repairs and make any upgrades. Electrical Upgrades To Consider During a Home Renovation Too Few Outlets Most likely, your family has grown throughout the years. This also […]

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Summer Plumbing Problems and How To Avoid Them

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

It’s summertime and the living is easy…for the most part. All the sunshine and outdoor activities make it hard to believe that anything could go wrong. But, your home can still experience a plumbing leak, a clogged drain or toilet, and many other plumbing issues. Summer Plumbing Problems and How To Avoid Them 1. Clogged […]

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How To Hide Outdoor Wiring

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

Outdoor renovations that involve wired systems for lighting and security are never complete until the wiring attached to these systems has been carefully and strategically hidden away from view. Wires often distract from most outdoor decorative themes and a structure’s attractiveness. Built-in and string light power cords, for example, can become a trip and fall […]

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How Can I Stop Banging Water Pipes?

Posted on June 18th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Do you notice loud, banging noises whenever you turn on your washing machine or flush your toilet? That sound is called a “water hammer,” and it can be frustrating (to say the least). Figuring out why a water hammer happens is your first step to fixing the problem. What Is A Water Hammer? Let us […]

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The Importance of Bathroom Exhaust Fans in Your Home

Posted on June 13th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Excess moisture can lead to tremendous damage in your bathroom. And the one way to control moisture is by having an exhaust fan to regulate the humidity levels, preventing mold, mildew, and other bacteria from growing. Why Do I Need A Bathroom Exhaust Fan? Odor Control Exhaust fans can quickly draw out any unpleasant smell […]

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What’s Inside Your Electrical Service Panel?

Posted on May 31st, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Being a first-time homeowner, you’re always worried and stressed. Why did the lights flicker? Why does my AC sound strange? Did I just break a circuit? If you want to feel more at ease inside your new place, it’s time to get to know a vital part of your house and its electrical system — […]

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5 Things To Keep Out Of Your Garbage Disposal

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

Are you known to be a neat freak? Garbage disposals help eliminate the mess and odor that traditional garbages or wastebaskets leave behind. However, things can quickly go awry if you don’t take care of your garbage disposal properly. Here’s are a few things to avoid throwing down your drain… Grease Grease or any oil […]

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