Posts Tagged “Dean’s Professional Plumbing Heating Air & Drains”

Fall Plumbing Tips

Posted on September 29th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

Is your home’s plumbing and heating system ready to take on cooler temperatures? Now that fall is officially here, it’s time to start thinking about transitioning out of summer and into the new season and there are some things you can do around your home to help prepare. After all, you won’t want to be […]

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Testimonial Spotlight: September

Posted on September 23rd, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

Need help tackling fall plumbing or heating maintenance projects around your home? The expert technicians at Dean’s are here to help! Want to hear about what some of our customers have said about our work? Read below: “Great service from start to finish. Trevor and Joe were great techs. Thank you for the wonderful fast […]

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Is Your Furnace Ready For Fall?

Posted on September 21st, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

Fall is just about here in the Twin Cities and that means cooler temperatures are settling in. While you may still be able to crack the windows to achieve a comfortable indoor temperature, pretty soon it will be far too cold for that. It’s time to start thinking about having your furnace inspected and tuned-up […]

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House Plants That Help Improve Indoor Air Quality

Posted on September 15th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

Leave the polluted air at the door. Did you know there are house plants that can double as beautiful decorations and help improve the quality of the air inside your home? Indoor air quality (IAQ) is especially important for those who suffer from- or live with those who suffer from respiratory problems. Find out how […]

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Commercial Plumbing in the Twin Cities

Posted on September 11th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

Looking for a plumber for you office or building? Choosing the right company really makes a difference when it comes to commercial plumbing – you don’t want to be stuck with the headache a fly-by-night business can cause. When you need a job done right, call the experts at Dean’s Professional Plumbing, Heating, Air & […]

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Oil to Gas Conversions in Minneapolis

Posted on September 10th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

Thinking about converting your home’s heating system from oil to gas? We understand that it can be a difficult and confusing process – making sure you get the right equipment and choosing the right contractor when making such a major purchase. At Dean’s Professional Plumbing, Heating, Air & Drains we have over 35 years of […]

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Maintaining Your Washer and Dryer

Posted on September 1st, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

Don’t leave your washer and dryer unattended. We’re not saying that you have to stand there while doing laundry, we’re talking about maintenance. The washer and dryer have some of the greatest potential to cause a flood or a fire – so here are a few ways you can prevent it from happening: Replace the […]

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How to Clear a Slow Draining Tub

Posted on September 1st, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

Have a tub in your home that just won’t seem to drain as fast as it should? Everyday items like dirt and hair can build up and lead to a slow drain, but you can likely fix the problem yourself in just a few minutes. Try these steps below, but if the blockage is major […]

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Water Heater Tips: How To Save Energy and Money

Posted on August 26th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

How much is your water heater costing you each year? Even if you don’t know the exact number, we can bet it’s more than you’d like to be paying. While upgrading to a more energy efficient model can reduce costs, we understand that you may not be ready right away. So here are a few […]

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Central Air vs. Wall Air Conditioners

Posted on August 24th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

There’s nothing better than returning home to a perfectly cooled home after being out in the summer heat all day. But keeping your home cool isn’t free – running air conditioners can get costly. So what’s the most cost-effective means of cooling your home – is it several wall air conditioners or one central ac […]

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