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hydronic heating system in the floor

One of the most used heating systems, the hydronic heating system has been around for decades. That’s because it can be used in large-scale buildings (like campus facilities, offices) for both heating and air-conditioning since it can include both chilled and heated water loop. Hydronic heating systems are also preferred because they are very energy-efficient. […]

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local green plumbing contractors

Every day hundreds of gallons of water are being used in every household in the United States. Water is one of our most precious resources, and through sustainable plumbing, we can help save it. At LeDuc & Dexter Plumbing, as a premiere licensed green plumbing company, our commitment to water conservation is at the forefront […]

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At LeDuc & Dexter Plumbing, we execute sophisticated projects for a variety of clients. Our services include installation, service, and repair for hydronic products. We have installed hydronics for Sonoma-Cutrer, Sonoma Grapevines, and Sonoma Mountain Brewing. There are numerous benefits of using radiant heating or hydronics for your commercial and residential buildings. We design and […]

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Front bucolic drive up to Harvest Inn. New construction

In November 2005, after a three-month hiatus, LeDuc & Dexter’s commercial department was back on the job at the Harvest Inn in St. Helena. Phase one of the project was completed in June. Then the project was stopped during the summer tourist season to accommodate guests at the 54-room wine country resort. Construction noise and […]

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Habitat for Humanity Builder's Blitz 2006

LeDuc & Dexter participated in Sonoma County Habitat for Humanity’s Builder’s Blitz in the summer of 2006. In a five day period from June 5th-9th, Christopherson Homes along with subcontractors and suppliers built a Habitat for Humanity home from the ground up. This event was nationwide with 1,000 home builders building 500 homes in 160 […]

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The original farm home of Earl Baum.

In 2000, Earl Baum donated his farm to the Center for the Blind. His farmhouse, located on Occidental Road in Santa Rosa, became their office and a number of surrounding buildings were added. The staff has grown to 15 people and in 2006 they moved into their new office directly behind the old one, which […]

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Balboa Cafe sign.

Today’s past project brings us back to September 2008 just before the opening of the Balboa Cafe in Mill Valley. The Balboa Cafe Mill Valley continued the Balboa tradition as the “in” place to eat, drink, and make merry. That reference is to the original Balboa Cafe located at Fillmore and Greenwich in San Francisco, […]

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Outside fermentation barn.

The year is 2008, six years after working on the completion of a state-of-the-art fermentation barn for Nickel & Nickel, a premium single vineyard wine producer in the Napa Valley, LeDuc & Dexter Inc’s commercial plumbing department is helping to complete a carbon copy of the original barn right next door. The overall design/build project […]

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LeDuc & Dexter Plumbing Work

High on the hills in Marin County sits a high-end custom home with a whimsical nautical design.  The home is approximately 12,000 square feet, which includes two stories above ground and an underground garage that mirrors the shape and size of the top two floors.  The “garage” also houses a home theater and wine room. […]

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Futo Featured

The Futo Family Estate Winery, hidden in the foothills of the Oakville Appellation in Napa County, has a hidden maze of piping housed in its concrete foundation. This maze of piping is referred to as a mechanical chase instead of a mechanical room because it runs through three sides of the foundation below the fermentation room. […]

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