Common Household Problems That Can Lead to Mold Growth

Posted on August 6th, 2018 by Dean's Plumbing

Household leaks can be frustrating. They waste water and can lead to additional plumbing complications like staining, water damage and wear and tear — but did you know that plumbing leaks can also encourage mold growth? Any damp environment is a breeding ground for mold. And there’s even more bad news — it doesn’t take […]

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Why Is My Office So Cold?

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

No, it’s not your imagination – your summer office temperature might feel more like the Arctic, especially if you’re a woman. Thanks, science! Not only is it frustrating to be working in layers, sweaters, and blankets all day, being cold at work has also been shown to lower your daily productivity. So if it’s abnormally […]

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How To Protect Your Outdoor AC Unit

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

In order for a central air conditioning system to work properly, it requires both an indoor and outdoor unit. The indoor unit can be safely hidden away in your home (away from any danger), but the outdoor unit is exposed to all of the seasonal elements. You need to protect your outdoor unit year-round in […]

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Common Household Problems That Require A Professional Electrician

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

If you’ve ever witnessed a power outage, then you know the terrible feeling when you lose power. You quickly begin to appreciate electricity and all the perks it gives us. Whether it’s your cell phone, television, refrigerator, or some other appliance, no one wants to ever be without it. So when something does happen at […]

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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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