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The Dean’s Experience: From Our Customers’ Point of View

Posted on March 4th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

At Dean’s Professional Plumbing Heating Air & Drains, we are more than just a plumbing & HVAC service provider, but a community participant that cares about our customers and their towns. With that being said, all of our customers, residential and commercial alike, can expect prompt, professional and courteous service alongside the best selection of equipment […]

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Keep Your Children Safe In The Bathroom!

Posted on February 5th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

Rub-A-Dub-Dub, three kids in the tub! For some of us it’s a nightmare to get our kids into the bathtub and for others, they don’t even have to ask twice. Whatever category you fall into, keeping your kids safe in the bathroom should be the number one priority. Never leave a young child alone in […]

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We’re LIVE on YouTube

Posted on February 3rd, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

For fast, reliable commercial and residential service to the entire Minneapolis and St. Paul Metro area, you can count on us at Dean’s Professional Plumbing Heating Air & Drains. What kind of services do we provide? Plumbing Fixture Replacement & Repair Water Leak Detection & Repair Furnace/Heater System Cleaning & Repair Home Winterizations & De-Winterizations […]

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Dean’s Home Service Plan: Which Plan Is Right For You?

Posted on January 30th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

When it comes to home plumbing projects, it’s always best to hire a professional. Even a small plumbing mistake can lead to leaks, floods and damage to other parts of the home. With Dean’s Home Service Plan, you’re in luck! Kiss waiting at the end of the line for unprofessional technicians goodbye and never overpay […]

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All About Dean’s: FAQ’s

Posted on January 27th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

With over 35 years of experience and expert technicians committed to the trade, our professionals at Dean’s Plumbing Heating Air and Drains have heard it all! From insurance to service contracts, we have answers to frequently asked questions our customers inquire about:   Are all of your technicians licensed and insured? Great question! Yes. Our […]

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Keeping Your Furnace at Full Capacity

Posted on January 19th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

Did you know that a furnace is only built to last between 14 to 20 years? Pushing it past its very last days will likely leave you with an unnecessary breakdown. In order to keep your furnace at full capacity and be properly prepared when it’s time for a new one you’ll want to do […]

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#TuesdayTips Tips for Operating Your Garbage Disposal

Posted on January 13th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

We love our garbage disposal but too often we forget to show it! When we use this beneficial tool improperly we tend to cause more harm than good – including clogs and other messy plumbing problems. Here’s a few ways you can keep it operating nicely: Always run cold water for 15 seconds before using it […]

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What is Water Jetting & How Does it Work?

Posted on January 6th, 2015 by Dean's Plumbing

Are you experiencing a clog so tough that traditional methods of drain cleaning can’t take care of it? You might be in the market for high-velocity water jetting! Water Jetting is an effective alternative for restoring your drains to a like-new condition. Though snaking and cabling can be sufficient fixes to drains filled with sludge, […]

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Benefits of Switching Your Home’s Heating System from Oil to Gas

Posted on December 29th, 2014 by Dean's Plumbing

Thinking of making some changes to your home in the new year? If converting your home heating system from oil to gas is on the checklist, you’re certainly on the right track! There are a handful of benefits that come with a gas system in your home. They include the following: Increased heating efficiency Cleaner […]

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Clearing a Clogged Drain Early

Posted on December 22nd, 2014 by Dean's Plumbing

UGH! A clogged drain. No one likes this realization. To ease the impact, fight off clogged drains early – instead of waiting until they are completely backed up to take action. The minute you notice a sluggish drain you should get out the baking soda and vinegar. Pouring just a ½ cup of baking soda followed […]

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