Monthly Archives: July 2010

Simple Ways To Save Water

July 30th, 2010|

Sometimes it’s the simple things we do that matter the most.

By changing the way we do things around the house, we can quickly begin to see a difference. Did you know computers and other electronics use up to 10 percent of the electrical supply of an average home? And these items still use electricity even […]

Are There Tax Credits For Water Heaters?

July 28th, 2010|

Whether you are in the process of buying a water heater because of an emergency, or are looking to upgrade before the emergency happens, wouldn’t it be nice if you could save money in the process?

One of the ways Colorado is helping out its residents to become more efficient every day is through rebate programs. […]

7 Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Commercial Plumber

July 23rd, 2010|

Plumbing is the one industry we think little of, yet use the most throughout our busy days. If its working as it should, the world is good. Yet when it quits working or causes a problem, we quickly are reminded of how well we rely on this modern day convenience.

While plumbing may never be considered […]

What To Ask A Plumber When You Need A New Water Heater

July 21st, 2010|

Do you like to do your research and have a plan in place before a problem hits? Is your water heater moving along in years, and you’re starting to wonder if it makes sense to replace sooner rather than later? Start by asking a plumber some basic questions about new water heaters.

How many years of […]

Sump Pump Questions and Answers

July 16th, 2010|

Some things in your home are easy to ignore – until you have a problem. And at the top of the list its easy to find a sump pump.

“What is it?” and “Why do I need one?” are only the beginning of the most commonly asked questions about sump pumps. Especially in Colorado, where we […]

Commercial Plumbing Trends For Going Green

July 15th, 2010|

What do you think of when you hear the word plumber? In today’s world, fixing toilets and repairing frozen pipes barely scratch the surface of the services a plumber can provide.

Today’s plumbing companies have evolved into a high tech industry that can help you prevent problems before they happen.  They can make suggestions to help […]

Finding A Hybrid Water Heater Dealer In Denver

July 9th, 2010|

“My water heater is getting old, and I’m thinking of replacing it before it goes out on me. I’ve been looking at all the options, and the hybrid water heater looks appealing. How can I find a hybrid water healer dealer here in Denver?”

Here in Denver, you have a lot of choices. There are […]

Sewer Services Offered By Your Local Plumber

July 7th, 2010|

We all have the need to call a plumber at one point or another.  In many cases calling a plumber means the sink or toilet are plugged and fixing the problem is relatively simple.  However, not all problems are simple and clear cut.  There are large, labor intensive problems that pop up and require a […]

Professional Plumbing Service – Why It’s Important To Hire A Professional

July 2nd, 2010|

Owning your own home is probably the largest, long-term financial investment you’ll ever make. When times are good, its easy to hire people to help you maintain your home. But when the economy tightens, the purse strings begin to tighten as well, making some homeowners try more do-it-yourself repairs instead of hiring professional contractors to […]