Plumbing Tips To Consider When Buying a Kitchen Faucet

Posted on June 28th, 2019 by Dean's Plumbing

A kitchen faucet helps to regulate the flow of water into a sink, and it is essential to consider which type may be best before purchasing a new kitchen faucet. Buying a new faucet goes beyond aesthetics: the entire include water system apparatus that facilitate water supply to your kitchen will be affected by your […]

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How to Reduce Your Summer Energy Bill

Posted on June 27th, 2019 by Dean's Plumbing

There’s nothing worse than coming in from a hot day of work to a scorching home. So we naturally crank the AC, and we plan to leave it on all day while we’re at work to avoid being uncomfortable upon returning. But just as we don’t enjoy being too hot in summer, no one likes […]

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Tips to Clean And Care For Your Humidifier

Posted on June 27th, 2019 by Dean's Plumbing

If you use a humidifier in your home or business, proper maintenance will go a long way in helping you breathe easier. A poorly tended humidifier can emit contaminants that can cause inflammation in the lungs. Diligent cleaning will also increase the overall functionality and lifespan of your humidifier. Read on for some helpful hints […]

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Septic vs Sewer: What You Need to Know

Posted on June 26th, 2019 by Dean's Plumbing

Drainage systems play an important role in our daily lives. Every time someone does laundry runs the dishwasher, takes a shower or flushes the toilet a drainage system takes the waste and dirty water away from our living space. Let’s take a brief look at the two drainage systems primarily used for this purpose, septic […]

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Do I Need a Bathroom Exhaust Fan?

Posted on June 25th, 2019 by Dean's Plumbing

Despite the hypothetical alternative of venting out your bathroom with an open window, all bathrooms require ventilation. What Do Bathroom Exhaust Fans Do? If you don’t have or use proper ventilation in your bathroom when you are running water for long periods of time, the paint and infrastructure such as drywall and wooden supports will […]

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Summer Cleaning Checklist for Your Home

Posted on June 21st, 2019 by Dean's Plumbing

Summer is one of the best seasons of the year – it’s a great time for grilling, swimming, and enjoying the great outdoors. Summer also provides an opportunity to complete a few vital cleaning tasks for your home. Deck & Patio Health: With warm evenings and hot days, chances are you use your deck and […]

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Summer Plumbing Problems to Avoid

Posted on June 14th, 2019 by Dean's Plumbing

Every season is a new chance to care for your home’s plumbing, and summer has its own breed of potential plumbing problems. We use far more water during the hottest months of the year, so it’s best to pay close attention to your home’s pipes as summer kicks into full swing. Follow these summer plumbing […]

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Get Your Home Ready For Your Vacation

Posted on June 13th, 2019 by Dean's Plumbing

Before you head out on that long-awaited trip this summer, take a few steps to make sure your home stays safe and comfortable while you’re away. Adjust Your Thermostat It may be tempting to turn off your air conditioner completely before you go, but you would probably lose those utility savings getting your house comfortable […]

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Things To Keep Out Of Your Garbage Disposal

Posted on May 31st, 2019 by Dean's Plumbing

Who put what, where? Many of our service calls involve fixing plumbing problems caused by incorrect garbage disposal usage. As much as we would love seeing our valued customers, we encourage you to leave the following items out of your garbage disposal and plumbing system to keep them working correctly. Expandable Items Some foods like […]

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Everything You Need To Know About Your Electrical Panel

Posted on May 30th, 2019 by Dean's Plumbing

What Do Our Electrical Panels Do? Electrical panels, which may be referred to as a service panel, fuse box, fuse panel, or circuit breaker, are the source of all of our homes’ power. They connect the wires on the street to our homes’ electrical system. The electrical panel can provide 200 or more amps of […]

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