Monthly Archives: August 2010

Water Heater Troubleshooting

August 27th, 2010|

If you own a home, you are used to the little home maintenance items that occur non-stop both inside and out. While certain problems can be ignored or put off for months at a time, other things require immediate attention. If you turn on your shower and only find cold water, you soon realize how […]

Plumbing Tips to Help You Prepare for the Winter

August 26th, 2010|

It may be 100 degrees right now, but the snow will be flying soon enough here in Colorado.

The winter season is possibly the most stressful time of the year for a home’s plumbing. Between cold temperatures, snow, and ice, and an influx of family and friends during the holiday season, pipes and drains are put […]

What To Know About Gas Leaks

August 21st, 2010|

Natural gas is something that may be in use in a variety of ways throughout your home. You use it to heat your home, you may use it outside for your grill or fire pit, and you may use it indoors for your stove or clothes dryer.

Natural gas is an odorless, shapeless, colorless gas that […]

Hybrid Water Heater Review

August 19th, 2010|

As a homeowner, you probably don’t spend a lot of time thinking about your hot water heater. As long as your water is hot when you need it, it’s the last thing on your mind.

But if you know your water heater is getting old, and have started looking at your options, you know there are […]

4 Ways A Commercial Plumber Can Save Your Business Money

August 13th, 2010|

Open up the newspaper and you’ll read a story or two on the latest technology that will help you “go green”. Solar water heaters. Efficient plumbing fixtures. Water saving technology. When you’re just trying to run a business, how do you know where to turn? Especially if you don’t have a problem with your plumbing […]

How To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

August 11th, 2010|

The term “carbon footprint” refers to the amount of greenhouse gas that each of us emits into the environment, whether directly or indirectly. In an effort to go green, people have begun to realize how a large carbon footprint can affect the environment negatively, and are looking for ways to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

Not […]

7 Mistakes A Do-It-Yourself Plumber Often Makes

August 6th, 2010|

Do you spend your weekends as a do-it-yourself handyman around the home? Some jobs are easier than others. While dipping a brush in the paint can may be fairly straight forward, other jobs can have serious implications if you make an error. Here are 7 mistakes a do it yourself plumber often makes.

1. Quickly get […]

Plumbing Improvement Tips To Help You Sell Your House

August 4th, 2010|

Trying to get your house ready for sale? Sometimes it takes more than a few cosmetic changes.  While making the property look good is important, it is even more important that the house functions properly. The last thing a new homeowner wants to do is replace a faucet, or put in a new water heater […]