DeHart Plumbing, Heating, and Air Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Turlock’

It’s Time to Call a Plumber When…

Monday, December 20th, 2021
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Chances are, you don’t think about your plumbing system a whole lot on a day-to-day basis. That’s okay, we wouldn’t really expect you to! However, it is important to note that if you don’t keep your pipes and drains in good shape, it can cause a number of problems for you in the long run.

When you call for professional plumbing services, you’re ensuring that your pipes keep water flowing for as long as possible. One of the most popular calls we get and popular services we provide is for drain cleaning. But how do you know when it’s time to call a plumber for this service? Read on to find out!

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Beware These Signs of a Leak

Monday, November 22nd, 2021
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At some point or another, you’ve probably seen a show or a movie that depicts a character discovering a leak when a heavy rainstorm hits or when they’re just about to get ready for a huge family gathering in their home. These types of scenes usually include a bunch of buckets of water being placed around the house or an aggressive amount of water coming from a central location.

These scenes are meant to be dramatic, of course. But the truth is, the signs that you actually have a plumbing leak in your home tend to be more subtle. In fact, gushing water is something that typically doesn’t happen unless you have a frozen pipe burst as it thaws, or unless you’ve had a growing problem for a while that’s already done a bit of damage.

Read on as we uncover some of the much subtler signs that you have a plumbing leak.

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Where’d the Heat From My Heat Pump Go?

Monday, February 3rd, 2020
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It has been quite chilly in Turlock, and the temperatures will remain quite low for several more weeks before spring arrives. However, you might be finding yourself feeling colder than you should despite your heat pump making sure that the indoor temperatures are warm and cozy – or maybe that is where the problem is.

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