Why Spring Is the Best Time for a Kitchen Remodel

Plumbing work can be done year-round, but working with water piping and the like certainly becomes easier come spring—and you’ll save more on appliances, too! 

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Why Does My Toilet Keep Clogging?

Toilet repair: We don’t think about it until something major happens, and if you’re reading this blog, you’re probably at the end of your rope! A constantly clogging toilet is nothing short of exasperating—and potentially gross. Drop P&D Mechanical a line quickly and we’ll get your water piping back on track in no time.

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Can Your Water Pressure Be Too High?

No doubt, it’s important that your water be pressurized. Nothing is better than blasting yourself with showerhead that works like a firehose after a long day at work, and you need your sink to be a smidge higher than a trickle if you want to make any headway on dishes!

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3 Surprising Things You Shouldn’t Flush Down the Toilet

We’ve seen it all during our time as toilet repair professionals at P&D Mechanical, and while we’re perfectly happy to take care of any of your water piping repair needs, we also know that flushing things that shouldn't go down the toilet is a major preventable cause of plumbing work problems.

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What Is Chilled Water Piping?

Chilled water piping: don’t we all have it? If you’re not in the field of plumbing work or water piping, you might think this—and we wouldn't blame you! Since a majority of households have ready access to cold water, it might seem logical to assume that the water piping that supplies it is also chilled.

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3 Reasons to Hire P&D Mechanical for Your Bathroom Remodel

Are you starting off 2021 with a bathroom remodeling? While it’s not January anymore, that get-’er-done energy can still flow into the next month—as can the project yourself if you’re not careful. While a DIY approach both shows grit and work ethic, bathroom remodels are complicated and frequently multifaceted projects, ones that often get more complex than originally planned.

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Three Signs of a Sick Water Heater

This valuable piece of plumbing work and heating work can’t last forever, but you can do a lot to prolong its longevity.

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How to Know When it’s Time to Replace Your Water Piping

Plumbing work and water piping won’t last forever, even with the best maintenance around—and neglecting to replace it can be disastrous.  

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Four Tips for Holiday Plumbing Harmony

The holidays are a joyous time for many of us. Family, gifts, and good spirits abound, even during 2020! However, as happy as this season may be for you, your plumbing work might think differently. All that extra cooking, cleaning, and relatives staying over adds up to a whole lot more usage of and strain on your water piping, drastically increasing the potential for breakages, and you don’t want to deal with water piping woes during this busy time of year!

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Are You At Risk for a Burst Pipe?

A little leakage in your plumbing work is annoying, and it certainly racks up water bills, but a burst pipe is a whole other kettle of fish! This water piping emergency can soak your carpeting, leaving it ruined and in need of replacement, and your furniture looking and feeling like it’s been pulled straight out of Lake Superior.

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