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Who Do I Call To Repair Water Damage In My Bathroom?

January 13th, 2015|

If you have a clogged toilet, or a leaky faucet, your automatic reaction would be to call in a plumber to have the problem fixed.

But what if the problem is more extensive? What if you come home to a bathroom that is completely flooded, with several inches of standing water? Is a plumber still the […]

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Install A Water Filtration System In Your Home

January 10th, 2015|

Water. Its one of the most important things to sustain life on earth.

And though much of the earth is filled with water, water issues still plague worldwide health. For instance, close to 2.5 billion people do not have access to adequate sanitation. Close to three quarters of a billion people do not have access to […]

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When Its Time To Replace Your Home’s Old Pipes

January 7th, 2015|

When a home is originally constructed, several systems are put into place that allow you to function every day with little thought as to how it happens. The HVAC, the electrical, the plumbing systems – all are integral to helping us function.

While we might not spend a lot of time thinking about them, when damage […]

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What If Your Shower Is Too Hot or Too Cold?

January 3rd, 2015|

When the weather outside is cold and frightful, one of the most comforting places to head is the shower. Nothing feels better than a warm stream of water taking away the stress of the day, leaving you warm and relaxed and ready to take on the world once again.

Yet when the temperature huddles around zero, […]

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5 New Year Plumbing Resolutions Your Home Will Thank You For

December 31st, 2014|

Happy New Year!

The new year is a time for reflection on how well the past year went, and what your goals are for the next year. Even if you aren’t the type that creates a list of personal and professional resolutions, you may still reflect on a few of the highlights as the chimes announce […]

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Bring The Laundry Room Out Of The Basement

December 27th, 2014|

Contemplating a remodel for the new year? Where should you begin? If you read the home improvement magazines, you know the top rooms to be remodeled are the kitchen and the bathroom – they have the most impact on your life, and will hold or improve the value of your home if you chose to […]

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Master Bath Trends For 2015

December 23rd, 2014|

When it comes to home renovation, the master suite is almost always near the top of the list, and with good reason. Who doesn’t want a beautiful retreat with a spa-like feel? And with just a little thought and planning, you’ll create aesthetic appeal that you can enjoy now, and value that will last for […]

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Tips For A Healthy Septic System

December 20th, 2014|

Does your home operate with a septic system? If so, its important to provide regular maintenance to keep everything running efficiently, and avoid bigger problems down the road.

How often a system should be pumped depends on a number of factors:

The size of the tank
The number of people using the tank
How many gray water producing appliances […]

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Can You Put Drano Down The Toilet?

December 17th, 2014|

Drano is one of the oldest, longest selling drain cleaners on the market today. Invented in 1923, its original slogan promised “Once every week, Drano in every drain”.

But is that still the case today? And more importantly, is Drano the best solution when your toilet has a clog?

Mixing Cleaners

Lets start with the most important, mixing […]

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Keep Your Home Free From Mold and Mildew

December 13th, 2014|

When you list things Colorado is known for, large amounts of water doesn’t top the list. We have very low amounts of rainfall when compared to other regions in the United States, and the prairies are usually associated more with dirt then with large bodies of water.

So its easy to fall under the assumption that […]

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How To Save Money With Your Water Heater

December 10th, 2014|

Is this the season you make your home a little more energy efficient? If so, where should you put your focus? What’s the one area of your home that has the highest level of energy consumed? If you said you water heater, you are correct.

Your water heater accounts for 15 to 25 percent of the […]

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Epoxy Pipe Repair – A Good Temporary Solution

December 6th, 2014|

Water problems enter your home in two ways. When something breaks, causing water to gush into your home uncontrollably, taking action immediately is the only solution. It’s the second way that can cause even more damage than the first.

The second way is through a slow drip or leak. It doesn’t seem annoying at first, and […]

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