Electrical Safety During a Storm

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

Storms can be dangerous, out on a boat or walking in the rain and lightening or snowstorms. But, they can wreak havoc in the home as well. Most people, consider their home a refuge from anything short of an earthquake and won’t typically think of what an electrical storm could potentially do. Here, we’ll make […]

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Why are My Outlets Sparking?

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

Do you keep seeing your electrical outlets sparking? Should you be concerned? Are you curious why they are sparking and what you can do about it? Why Your Outlets Are Sparking Have you ever rubbed your feet across a carpet and felt a spark? That is static electricity. Therefore, if you feel a spark once […]

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Problems Caused By Your Air Ducts

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

When the season’s change and the temperatures drop in the winter and rise in the summer, we expect our air conditioning and heating systems to work properly at the click of the switch. Once the system is on and we get the desired temperature, we give no consideration to the duct system. There could be […]

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Why Won’t My Air Conditioning System Turn On?

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

There is nothing worse than being without air conditioning on a hot day. If you’re A/C won’t turn on today — don’t worry! There might be a simple solution. Here are a few reasons why you might be experiencing problems with your air conditioning system. Why Your A/C Won’t Turn On 1. Check the Power […]

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Is My HVAC System Too Large?

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

HVAC is an acronym for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. The system will work in unison to keep your house comfortable at all times during the day. All you have to do, aside from routine preventative maintenance, is set your thermostat to your desired setting and enjoy the comfort of the interior of your home. […]

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Sizing Your Air Conditioner To Save Money

Posted on August 23rd, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Whether you’re planning or actually buying an air conditioner, putting into consideration the size of the air conditioner is very significant. If you hire the right professionals for installation, they will take care of this step, but it’s still helpful for you to know. Why is sizing your air conditioner important? It is essential to […]

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Tips To Maintain Your Humidifier

Posted on August 22nd, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Humidifiers are wonderful when in use but when you forget about the one that is sitting in your room some bacteria can grow. If you have a difficult time remembering to clean your humidifier after using it you may want to set a reminder for yourself. A properly cleaned humidifier will keep all the parts […]

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What is a Main Sewer Line?

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

Do You Know What Your Main Sewer Line Is Responsible For Doing? The main sewer line is the primary line used to carry wastewater and solid waste away from the home. Each home or business is built different, but the sewer main line typically gathers all of the water that’s expelled from your sinks, toilet, […]

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Are You Using The Right Toilet Bowl Cleaner?

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

Your toilet is one of the dirtiest places in your home — and it’s often also the least favorite spot to clean. To make our chores a little easier, many of us rush to the store and buy the first toilet cleaner we find. But before you do, there are a few things you’ll you’ll want […]

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Dean’s Professional Commercial Plumbing Services

Posted on August 8th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Commercial plumbing differs significantly from residential plumbing. While a bathroom leak is a nuisance for a family to endure, imagine a bathroom leak at a company? If a plumber needs a few hours to work on a plumbing repair, it could mean no work (and no money) for that business that day. This is why […]

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