It’s only autumn now, but any Minnesotan will tell you that winter is right around the corner. It’s time to prepare for icy roads, below zero temperatures, and loads and loads of snow.
In this day and age, there are countless products and tools on the market to help the average homeowner maintain their plumbing. While owner maintenance is an important part of the upkeep of any water piping system, there will always come a time when professional maintenance is needed.
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.
Does your plumbing system meet the needs of your current workforce? As your business grows and you hire additional employees, your existing plumbing system may no longer be sufficient for your staff’s requirements. We can help you alleviate lines for the restroom and inadequate kitchen facilities by remodeling existing facilities and providing fixtures and plumbing extensions where you need them. P&D Mechanical delivers complete plumbing installation for commercial properties in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. Contact us today for kitchen and bathroom remodeling as well as plumbing system extension.
If you are getting ready to launch your upcoming bathroom remodel, then you’ll need to know which plumbing components need to be updated. While some upgrades will improve the bathroom design, others will enhance the plumbing’s performance. P&D Mechanical specializes in bathroom remodeling. Our contractors are ready to help you with your project from start to finish.
With proper ongoing maintenance and care in your daily use of a a plumbing system, it's unlikely a full replacement of plumbing throughout your house will ever become an immediate necessity. However, you may want to upgrade your plumbing system from what was originally built as part of the home. Such a project may be as simple as replacing a shower head or faucet with one that provides better performance, or it can be a more difficult project that involves installing new pipes for a home addition or for the sake of making a bonus room or basement into a free standing apartment. Regardless of what your immediate need for a plumber may be, there is a reason you want to hire one who is licensed and proven in the local community as a great contractor.
When it comes to your homes, you want to make sure that it’s in tiptop shape. If it’s not, it decreases your level of comfort while you are at your home. One major stressor for homeowners is their plumbing. Fortunately, it’s easy to recognize plumbing problems before these problems become plumbing emergencies. Here are three plumbing problems you should fix before these problems become major issues.
If you own a home, you understand how it’s in your best interest to maintain a good relationship with a professional plumbing contractor. The need for an experienced plumber is most facilitated when you have emergency repairs, but there is also a need for routine maintenance and the occasional upgrade you want to keep your home functioning well and inviting for both your family and your guests.
Your plumbing is a major system within your household. It is responsible for properly circulating the water in your household. With so many fixtures and people relying on your plumbing system, the system can easily get overworked. As a result, you may want to consider replumbing your home to ensure your system is working optimally.
Winter brings much more than cold weather. For homeowners, the winter months are highly challenging because many internal systems are strained by cold weather. Below your flooring or inside your walls, your water pipes are particularly at risk of freezing. When the temperature drops and your pipes become frozen, you run the risk of damaging your home. If you allow your pipes to freeze, there could be severe and costly consequences for your household.
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