The professional plumbing team at Dan’s Plumbing and Septic has placed a strong emphasis on their business of plumbing installation services since 1962. Whether performing residential or commercial plumbing, the experienced plumbing professionals are what sets them apart from our plumbing competitors around Minnesota.
As a family-owned business, our clients are more than just a number to us. We are committed to developing a strong relationship with our clients so that whenever plumbing installation or repairs are needed
Backflow is the unintended flow of untreated, polluted, or contaminated water in a reverse direction. There are two types of backflows: back-siphonage and back-pressure. Back-siphonage occurs when a drop in pressure happens on the upstream side of a cross-connection. Back-pressure is when the pressure downstream, towards the end user, of the service connection becomes greater than that supplied. Backflow Preventers are a special type of control valve that, when installed and maintained properly, will prevent
We use the plumbing system in our homes multiple times a day, especially in our kitchen and bathrooms. Every time we wash our hands, flush a toilet, cook and clean we use water. This water must travel through the pipes in our home. When our plumbing system is working well, we do not need to give it much thought, but when there is a problem, that is another story. A sudden plumbing problem can mean a leak that causes water damage to your ceiling/flooring, a flooded toilet or tub in the bathroom
Since the 1960s, copper has been the piping material of choice in the United States, for both homes and commercial businesses. There’s a good chance that your home’s plumbing is made of copper, which gives your home some distinct advantages. However, copper piping does have its share of issues. In this post we’ll look at the good and the bad sides of copper, and a few warning signs to watch for.
The prevalence of copper plumbing is more than just a mid-century fad. It’s earned its popularity for several reasons and should be everyones first choice:
You can probably point out the HVAC vents in your home, but could you do the same with your plumbing vents? It’s okay if you can’t; they’re likely hidden in the walls, and the main stack sits on your roof. Plumbing vents ensure that you and your family don’t have to worry about toxic gas and odors backing up into your house. Most homeowners don’t even know their homes have plumbing vents, let alone how to tell when something has gone wrong with them.
Finding a good plumber is not easy. Many companies cut corners, do not provide good customer service and charge too much for the services they provide. Plumbing work is difficult and can be disastrous if not completed correctly. Dan’s Plumbing & Septic understands this and has worked to establish a strong reputation in the Anoka County area for being a plumbing service you can count on. We have been providing high-quality plumbing services for more than sixty years. Repeat customers and referrals are at the heart of our success. As we have grown over the last six decades, we have remained committed to our community and always focused on our customers.