Most of the time when you need a plumber, you need that plumber’s help immediately. Plumbing issues are generally not ones to wait to resolve. So, it is important to find a local plumbing service that can respond to your need both quickly and reliably. The team at Dan’s Plumbing & Septic has many years of experience serving residents and business owners in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We can complete a wide variety of professional plumbing services and ensure that your home or business is protected from water damage or additional plumbing issues. Below is a list of some of the more common issues.
When was the last time that you thought about the plumbing in your bathroom? The truth is, bathroom plumbing is generally installed well and works in a way that means that you can go many weeks, months or even years without giving your plumbing any serious thought. In fact, many homeowners take their bathrooms for granted and that is the way it should be! Our bathrooms are used each and every day and the plumbing should work without problems for long periods of time. When you do find that there is a potential problem with your bathroom plumbing, you may not be able to think of anything else
We meet a lot of homeowners who are very good at plumbing. We also meet homeowners who think they are good at plumbing, but have just enough knowledge to be dangerous, and others who could do some simple plumbing jobs but just do not have the confidence to trust their abilities. The odds are good that all of those homeowners will, at some point, need the services of a trained professional plumber, and Dan’s Plumbing & Septic is proud to serve the homeowners in our community when you need us.
As temperatures begin to fall and the nights get colder, it’s a sign that fall is on our doorsteps. Fall brings many wonderful colors to the leaves, cooler days which get more people outdoors, and is a precursor to the cold winter months that are inevitable. If you notice, even wild animals use the fall to prepare for the winter – gathering food and seeking out proper shelter for hibernation. Most people do not engage in this preparation until it’s too late. Consider using the fall season to prepare your home’s plumbing for the winter months. Taking some simple preparatory steps can save you
The average North American household wastes about 10,000 gallons of water from household leaks every year. About 10% of homes have severe leaks that see waste ranging upwards of 90 gallons or more per day! Do you have a dripping faucet or leaking toilet you’ve been ignoring for some time? You know the leak is wasting water and costing you money, but how much are your water bills really increasing by putting off the repair? By breaking down the costs of different leaks and realizing other ways you’re wasting water, you can improve your conservation efforts to lower your monthly bills as much as possible.
How Much Water Does A Dripping Faucet Or Showerhead Waste? The telltale sign of a leaky faucet is the steady drip of water
Water damage in your home is something that you want to avoid at all costs. If a toilet or bathtub leaks from your upstairs bathroom, it can damage the bathroom floor as well as all that is underneath. If your laundry room floods, you can ruin any hardwood floors near and underneath that room as well. The easiest way to ensure that your home does not sustain water damage is to call a plumber at the first sign of a problem. Dan’s Plumbing & Septic provides high quality, affordable plumbing services for residents of Anoka County, MN