Monthly Archives: December 2012

Why a Video Line Inspection is Important Before you Buy a Home

December 28th, 2012|

What will your New Year bring in this year? Will you be purchasing a new home?

While the thought of a new home leaves you excited with anticipation, it can also bring in overwhelm. There is so much to do to get ready for the big day – there almost always is something you leave out.

While […]

Ten Facts you Should Know About Our Water Supply

December 27th, 2012|

Here in Colorado, worrying about our water supply is something we do. We can go months without rain or snow, leaving us wondering what will happen to our landscape next summer.

Water is something we can’t do without. Yet even though it is something we use and consume all the time, its also one of the […]

Why Does It Take So Long For The Hot Water To Reach My Faucets?

December 21st, 2012|

We all know the frustration of slow hot water.  We stand at the sink to wash our hands, and we finish the task just as the water begins to warm.  Or maybe it’s the shower that gets to you.  You’re ready to jump in, but you either have to wait out the cold water in […]

How to Save Water in Drought Conditions

December 19th, 2012|

The weather all across our nation is wild and unpredictable. And here in Colorado as we face another month with very little moisture, the talk is turning once again to living with drought conditions.

There are various ways to conserve water, including taking shorter showers, avoiding watering your lawn or washing your car, and installing energy […]

The Damage Caused by Untreated Slab Leaks

December 14th, 2012|

Slab leaks are one of the most unpleasant things to happen to a home simply because of the extent of the damage that they can cause.

The problem with slab leaks is that they are rarely detected early enough to prevent them from becoming a major problem. This is the type of leak that gradually occurs […]

Saving Money with Eco-Friendly Plumbing

December 13th, 2012|

Looking for a way to save money in the New Year?

Today, the trend is for homeowners to find ways to make their home friendly to the environment. One very effective way to do this is with eco-friendly plumbing. When you have “green” plumbing installed in your home, you have the benefit of not only doing […]

Should I Put In A Reverse Osmosis System In My Home?

December 7th, 2012|

“I’ve been hearing a lot about reverse osmosis. What exactly is it and should I consider putting one in my home to make my water safer for my family?”

Its hard not to get caught up in the media stories that talk about our water supplies being threatened. We use water for virtually everything in our […]

Perfect Plumbing Gifts For The Handyman In Your Family

December 6th, 2012|

The holidays mean spending time with family, decorating the tree, and many happy meals with friends sharing great food.

And while many of your days are spent relaxing with family and friends, just as many days are spent running from place to place, trying to fill those last minute holiday gift lists. And while there is […]