Posted on 9/24/2018 4:00 AM By P&D Mechanical
If you considering replacing your old water heater, now is the time to take advantage of the benefits and incentives that come with a new water heater. Harrison Electric offers water replacement for homeowners in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We can provide the right water heater for your family no matter how small or large your home is.
Posted on 9/10/2018 2:28 PM By P&D Mechanical
A common perception about garbage disposals is that they are indispensable. Homeowners, however, need to take treat disposals with the same level of care and maintenance that they do every other appliance in their house. After all, most garbage disposal problems occur as a result of neglect or abuse.
Posted on 8/20/2018 4:00 AM By P&D Mechanical
When it comes to designing your kitchen, you want a layout that is functional and easy to navigate. Positioning your large and small appliances plays a large role in how easy it is to cook and clean your kitchen.
Posted on 8/6/2018 4:00 AM By P&D Mechanical
Bathrooms are by nature, hot spots, for the flow of water. This is why it is important to seal your bathroom so water doesn’t leak through. Leaky bathrooms contain mold, structural damage, and the threat of pest invasion.
Posted on 7/23/2018 4:00 AM By P&D Mechanical
You rely on your main water line to bring fresh water to your home. If it becomes compromised, you could end up with expensive damages. If a leak goes unnoticed, you may be left with standing water around your foundation or mold growth within your home, both of which can be difficult to remediate.
Posted on 7/9/2018 4:00 AM By P&D Mechanical
There’s nothing like stepping into the shower only to find out that your water heater is on the fritz. Few things are more frustrating than a water heater problem. In fact, a troublesome water heater can seriously disrupt your household or business. You rely on your water heater to work for you every day.
Posted on 6/18/2018 4:00 AM By P&D Mechanical
You walk into your utility room, and suddenly you hear it: little popping noises coming from your water heater. You may wonder if this is normal, but rest assured, these noises are a relatively common occurrence among both gas and electric water heaters. Over time, water heaters can develop buildup that causes these sounds to emerge at frequent intervals. At P&D Mechanical, we know it’s disconcerting to find that your appliances are making peculiar sounds. That’s why we’ve put together a rundown of why your water heater might be making strange noises. Read on to find out what causes those popping noises and what we can do about it.
Posted on 6/4/2018 1:26 PM By P&D Mechanical
A jammed garbage disposal is perhaps one of the most annoying things that can happen to your kitchen sink. When a hard object lodges between the walls and blades of your disposal, the blades can no longer function. You’ll likely hear a humming noise as the motor strains against the hard object, and you’ll notice that your disposal blades don’t move when it’s switched on. If you discover a jam in your disposal, it’s best to call in the professionals at P&D Mechanical. We can quickly clear the source of the jam and get your disposal back in working order. What causes a jam and how can we fix the issue? Read on to find out.
Posted on 5/21/2018 4:00 AM By P&D Mechanical
There are several choices of piping and pros and cons for each of them. Some are good for hot and cold water, some are good for cold water only, and others are only good for sewage. Let P&D Mechanical help you decide which plumbing material is best for your home or business in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. Here are five main types of piping we recommend:
Posted on 5/7/2018 4:00 AM By P&D Mechanical
Water contamination is something that you may encounter every day in your home. Water contamination is anything in your water that is harmful to your body. Contaminants can range from salt to oil to human waste in the water. If you are worried that your water is contaminated, let P&D Mechanical help solve your plumbing issues. Contaminants can enter your water supply through various ways, such as leaky pipes, changes in water pressure, non-point contamination, and backflow. Here are the four ways contaminants can enter your water supply: