1. Avoid Plumbing Issues During the Holidays

    We wrote about this last year around this time, but with the holidays fast approaching once more, we thought it important to cover plumbing issues during November and December. At Dipple in Greenville, we always want people to have a pleasant and festive holiday season, but that fun can quickly be ruined by a backed-up toilet, a clogged drain, or a shower that won’t produce hot water. If you’r…Read More

  2. Is Your House Ready for Holiday Lights?

    It’s nearing the end of October, and you might already be thinking about when you want to hang your holiday lights on the outside of your house. You may wait until after Thanksgiving, but one thing you should think about now is how you’re going to power all of those lights. You might be the one person on the block who tries to have the brightest and most festive house, but 3,000 holiday lights…Read More

  3. Getting Your Furnace Ready for Winter

    It’s the middle of September, and in the Greenville area, warmer temperatures are still hanging around. However, as the year progresses, the mercury will dip and it will be time to turn the furnace on for the first time. At Dipple, we’re here to help those who are having problems with their heating system, or help them find a new furnace that will last them for years to come. Now is the perfec…Read More

  4. What’s Causing Your Clogged Drain?

    It’s never fun coming home to a flooded laundry room because of a clogged drain, or taking a bath and then noticing that the tub isn’t emptying. Clogged or blocked drain pipes can create quite the headache for any homeowner, and getting to the bottom of the problem can take some time. At Dipple Plumbing in Greenville, we understand how to unclog your plumbing and get everything flowing as it s…Read More

  5. Common Electrical Mistakes

    We’ve written before about common electrical terms you may encounter, and in this blog, we want to look at common electrical mistakes that people make when installing their own wiring. While it can be okay to install your own wiring and fixtures in your home, it can pose a risk to those who aren’t trained to handle electrical systems or understand how everything fits together. In today’s DIY…Read More

  6. How to Stay Cool Without AC This Summer

    As July approaches and the temperatures in Greenville begin to climb even higher, those with air conditioners will most likely program their cooling systems to run more often and maintain a lower inside temperature. However, there are those who don’t have AC, and when the temps hit triple digits, it can seem nearly impossible to stay cool. At Dipple, we want every family to be cool and comfortab…Read More

  7. Kids and The Toilet

    If you’re a parent who is potty training your toddler, then you know how much of a challenge it can be. They may have been afraid of or fascinated by the toilet the first time they used it, and they may try to run in there to use it or flush it when you’re not looking. They may take their favorite toy with them into the bathroom, and the next thing you know, the toy is circling the bowl and ma…Read More

  8. Adding Circuits to Your Fuse Box

    If you’re remodeling or adding on to your home, it may be necessary to add breakers to your main fuse box. This can be a fairly straightforward process, but you’re still dealing with electricity, so unless you know exactly what you’re doing, it can make sense to hire a professional. As residential electricians in Greenville, the team at Dipple can make sure your home is ready for the increas…Read More

  9. Choosing a New Air Conditioner

    Choosing a new air conditioner is a lot like choosing a new car – you want to find the right make and model, but you don’t want to overpay for features you’re not going to use. Unfortunately, you can’t take an AC unit for a test drive, but with the right guidance, you can pick a model that’s perfect for your home. At Dipple in Greenville, our HVAC experts can help you choose a new air co…Read More

  10. Replace Your Water Heater This Spring

    Now that spring is here and you’re in the middle of cleaning out closets and sweeping under every piece of furniture, have you given any thought to the state of your water heater? Whether you’re cleaning the basement utility room where the appliance is installed, or you’re running warm water to mop the floor and notice it takes a while to heat it up, spring can be the perfect time to replace…Read More