FAQs, Services

You can take several steps to improve your rural and farm plumbing system.

  1. Regular maintenance is essential to keep your plumbing system in top shape. This includes regular inspections, cleaning, and repairing any leaks or damages.
  2. Water Efficiency: To conserve water and improve efficiency, you can install low-flow showerheads, faucets, and toilets. You can also consider installing a water tank or rainwater harvesting system to help conserve water during droughts.
  3. Durable Materials: When selecting plumbing materials, it’s important to choose durable and corrosion-resistant materials, such as stainless steel, PVC, and PEX. These materials are better equipped to handle harsh rural and farm conditions.
  4. Proper Insulation: Proper insulation can help prevent pipes from freezing in cold weather and bursting, leading to costly repairs. Insulated pipes can also help regulate water temperature, making your plumbing system more efficient.
  5. Smart Technology: With technological advancements, it’s now possible to install smart plumbing systems that can be remotely monitored and controlled. This can help you identify and fix issues before they become serious problems, saving you time and money.  (We don’t like any of this but is it important for SEO or is what we’ve written good enough)

Rural and farm plumbing is essential for meeting the needs of growing communities. By improving your plumbing system, you can ensure that it is reliable, efficient, and cost-effective. Whether you need to conserve water, increase efficiency, or improve durability, Plumbing Dunn Right has the solutions you need. Contact us today to learn more about our plumbing solutions and how we can help you meet your needs.

Looking for reliable, efficient, cost-effective plumbing solutions for your rural or farm community? Look no further than Plumbing Dunn Right! Our experienced professionals can help you find the right fit for your needs. Contact us today to learn how we can help you get Dunn Right with your plumbing system.

Cistern

If the yield of your well can’t keep up with household demand, Plumbing Dunn right has a solution. Whether you have 1 gallon per minute or need to distribute 50 gallons a minute, a cistern may be the necessary solution to produce the required flow for your family. Plumbing Dunn right comes from an area where there is vvery low yielding wells and running out of water and the well running dry is a common problem. We install both trickle feed reservoir systems and rain water harvesting cisterns to provide water for livestock, and domestic drinking water. If a volume of water is your problem, call us so we can fix it. Cisterns do need to be cleaned and maintained but with proper maintenance we can ensure good drinking water for your family. On our installations, we provide low water level alarms and high water level alarms to notify the homeowners if there’s any issues. Jet pumps, centrifugal pumps, and submersible pumps can be used to distribute the water from the holding tanks. Indoor storage tanks are not generally capable of keeping up with residential demands and we recommend installing larger concrete cisterns below grade.

Septic systems

When a city sewer drainage system is not an option, Plumbing Dunn right provides septic systems as a solution. There are all types of septic systems that can be installed depending on the household properties setbacks and clearances. With each house, property and design depends on different systems to accommodate price and objectives. To help you understand how a septic system works, a septic tank takes out the solids from the liquids so that the effluent can be percolated back to the ground through the leaching bed. To design a septic system, we need to know two things, the daily flow of the dwelling and the percolation time which we call the “T” time. We determine the T time through soil samples with either a sift test or a percolation test. Conventional bed to filter beds to shallow bury trench leaching beds, Plumbing Dunn right has experience and expertise to help install and design septic systems. Tertiary treatment units for wastewater units can be installed to create a smaller imprint on the rural property. This size of leaching bed can be attractive when larger homes are on smaller parcels of land. A raised bed or a filter bed with a mantle may be an option to provide your septic needs. Plumbing Dunn right can install effluent dosing systems including effluent pumps, sewage pumps, and bell siphons. Plumbing Dunn right installs distribution box effluent pumping chambers and all types of septic tanks for your septic needs. Sewage and effluent alarms are installed in the septic system to let the homeowners know if something is wrong with their sewage or effluent pump. Plumbing Dunn right also maintains leaching beds if the conventional bed is starting to fail. Plumbing Dunn right has a solution for you. On all of our new septic tanks, effluent filters are provided on the outtake baffle to prevent any solids from getting to your leaching bed.

Keith Dunn

Owner,  Plumber, Well Technician, Septic Designer and Installation