Monthly Archives: May 2009

5 Facts About Sump Pumps

May 29th, 2009|

1. Basements are most often flooded by water building up in the soil, and overflowing into the basement. A sump pump is placed at the lowest level of the basement, and pumps the water out and away from the home before the water level reaches the basement floor level. 2. Sump pumps are […]

Remodeling Your Denver Home? Call A Plumber

May 28th, 2009|

Instead of upgrading your home, and moving into a bigger one, many Denver residents are remodeling their existing homes instead. If you live in a great neighborhood with good school systems and supporting community, why not? As you’re remodeling your home, one way to cut down on costs is to use one […]

How To Install A Gas Grill

May 22nd, 2009|

When the days are long and hot, the last place you want to be is in the kitchen cooking over a hot stove . Why not install a gas grill instead? Not only does it make cooking during the hot summer months more fun, it can also make a great addition […]

Colorado Plumbing – 12 Tips For Your Home

May 21st, 2009|

Your Colorado plumbing contractor can help you make your home even better this year with these simple tips. 1. Think green. There are dozens of ways to start converting your home to a green environment. Start small, and do a little at a time. 2. Perform a water use analysis. […]

How To Install A Gas Fire Pit

May 15th, 2009|

The days are getting longer here in Colorado. Which means most of us we’ll be spending more time outside .

Even though Colorado days can be downright hot, the evenings can still cool down, and bring a chill to the air. Instead of heading indoors, start up your gas fire pit.

Gas and wood burning fire pits […]

Green Plumbing Tips

May 14th, 2009|

It’s time to get ready for the summer, and go green with these 5 plumbing tips. Consider installing a water filtration system. Most systems can purify enough water to fill thousands of bottles of water. This can help reduce the number of bottles that are thrown into the […]

New Plumbing Technology Makes Repairs Easier

May 7th, 2009|

Even just a few short years ago, plumbing was a lot about guess work. If you had a problem with a sewer line, you used a snake to clean out the pipe. Then you took the wait-and-see approach to determine if you fixed the problem, or if it would be a […]

Plumbing Tips For A Colorado Summer

May 6th, 2009|

Summer is almost here. And in Colorado, that means we’re using a greater level of water. Which also means your chance of water problems and damage is up as well. With a little maintenance and care, you can avoid problems before they happen. Here are five ideas to help […]

Repairing Your Hot Water Boiler

May 1st, 2009|

  In Colorado, we use a variety of methods to heat our homes. A hot water boiler is an appliance used to heat water, and send it through a hydronic heating system. The hot water is then distributed through the home in pipes, either through a radiator system, or through a baseboard convector system. […]