How old is your water heater? It may be time to flush the sediment from your storage type water heater. Sediment is sand, grit or mineral deposits that exist within your water system. Over time, your water heater can accumulate this sediment, reducing the amount of water it can hold. It […]
In 1995, the National Energy Policy Act mandated that all new toilets installed were required to use 1.6 gallons of water or less. As water efficiency and green initiatives continue to be a top concern for many, other plumbing fixtures have also been adapted to conserve water. The toilet […]
How much is a guarantee worth?
For little items, you might not think twice about asking for a guarantee. But what about large items that have an impact on your life?
Like a backup in a sewer line.
Or a newly installed water heater.
In both of these cases, if the work isn’t done correctly, it can cause […]
Whether you have a plumbing emergency, or are planning work sometime in the future, how do you know if you’re hiring a reputable plumbing service? Head online and start searching. Visit a potential plumbers’ website. Is it professional? Does it make you feel comfortable with hiring them? From […]
Whether you’ve been following our blog since the beginning, or just recently found us, we’re dedicated to helping you with all your plumbing needs.
Here’s a second look at some of our top blog posts:
New Faucets and a Tankless Hot Water Heater – Bathroom Remodel Can Add To Your Resale
Hot Water Instantly – Two Ways To […]
With spring just a few days away, it may be time to start some of those home projects you’ve been putting off.
Instead of just a quick cleaning, why not change the way your house looks, and also start conserving. This is the year of “going green”. Take a look at these plumbing tips, and […]
Invariably there comes a day when it makes more sense to call a plumber than to try and fix it yourself. Unless you know a plumber, or have a great referral, how do you know whom to call?
Take a look at these 5 ways to evaluate a plumbing service before you hire them.
1. Know […]
Springtime in Colorado has always been amazing. One day it’s 70 degrees. The next there is several inches of snow.
But as the weather continues to warm, and we go weeks without moisture, it may be time to head outside, and begin watering your landscaping.
Preventing damage and flooding in the spring actually requires winterization methods […]