Plumbing Upgrades That Significantly Enhance The Value Of Your Home

Plumbing Upgrades That Significantly Enhance The Value Of Your HomeAre you considering listing your home for sale or updating a rental? No matter when or where the next move may come from, there are always ways to increase its value. While most homeowners focus on upgrades such as adding square footage by adding another bedroom or installing new appliances, plumbing fixtures are an often-overlooked element that could dramatically boost its resale value. New plumbing fixtures offer a more stylish aesthetic and are resistant to stain and scratch damage. Furthermore, many of these modern fixtures also boast improved functionality as well as water-saving benefits.

Metro Area Kitchen Plumbing And Remodeling Projects

Metro Area Kitchen Plumbing And Remodeling ProjectsYour kitchen is the heart of your home. When you think about it, it is one of the rooms you spend the most time in (while awake). You prepare meals, eat together as a family, clean up after those meals and sometimes find yourself gathering in the kitchen even when it is not mealtime. Your plumbing system in your kitchen is an integral part of keeping it functioning well. Dan’s Plumbing & Septic can help you with kitchen plumbing repair as well as all types of kitchen remodeling projects. Our team of professional plumbers have extensive experience with all types of residential plumbing issues

Garbage Disposal Installation In The Twin Cities

Garbage Disposal Installation In The Twin CitiesA garbage disposal is the most efficient way to dispose of food waste, especially if you do a lot of cooking in the kitchen. While garbage disposals are great to reduce food waste, they must be maintained properly. Read on to learn some tips on how to properly maintain your garbage disposal as well as the benefits of this wonderful kitchen addition!

Tips To Properly Maintain Your Garbage Disposal

Using A Disposal With A Septic System

Using A Disposal With A Septic SystemMost people do not think about their septic system and its function when everything is working the way it should be working. There are steps that homeowners can take though that would help ensure that it lasts for years to come. One of the biggest lessons to learn is what can and cannot be put down the drains if you have a septic system. This becomes especially true if you own or are planning to purchase a disposal system to put in your kitchen sink.

Septic systems separate grease, oil, and solids

What to Do if Your Drains Smell Foul

What to Do if Your Drains Smell Foul?A properly maintained residential septic tank should never smell. That means a bad odor inside the home or near the leach field is not a good sign. Smelly septic tanks are a result of the presence of gasses in the system, including hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide and methane. The pH levels in these gasses are too acidic for the microorganisms in the tank to digest the organic matter, causing the tank to smell. Not only are these odors unpleasant, but a high concentration of a combination of these gasses can be explosive or even toxic. Luckily, septic tank odors may be remedied relatively easily using a few common household products.

Remodeling Your Kitchen In Minneapolis

Remodeling Your Kitchen In MinneapolisA kitchen remodel can be an exciting thing for your home. Before you tackle your own plumbing work, consider everything involved with ripping out current fixtures, and reworking a room to fit your needs. Much of the functionality in your kitchen revolves around the plumbing. Before you make a costly mistake, consider hiring the professionals at Dan’s Plumbing and Septic to help with your next remodel project.

It is always a good time to consider reducing your water usage. During a remodel project, why not consider upgrading your kitchen faucet