Colorado Plumbing

Spring Cleaning: Your Plumbing Checklist

May 23rd, 2013|

Whether you are well on your way to tidying up your home, or just beginning your spring cleaning, it is a smart idea to include your plumbing in your to do’s.  Regular maintenance will keep your plumbing functional and cost effective, and what better time than spring to be sure everything is running at peak […]

Avoiding Plumbing Problems In The Laundry Room

May 17th, 2013|

When you walk into your laundry room, the last thing you are thinking about is the plumbing. The only thing on your mind is tackling that mountain of clothes that never stops growing. However, plumbing is essential to the day-to-day use of your laundry room. If the plumbing fails in any way, you cannot do […]

Pros and Cons of a Dual Flush Toilet

May 16th, 2013|

Protecting the environment and conserving natural resources is essential to the wellbeing of our planet. There are numerous ways that you can do your part to help the planet. For instance, you can conserve energy by remembering to shut off lights that you are not using. You can also invest in energy-efficient appliances.

Another way to […]

Home Inspection and Plumbing

May 10th, 2013|

When a buyer agrees to purchase a home, they usually write up the contract with a home inspection contingency. This means the home buyer has the right to bring in an inspector, and depending on the outcome of the inspection, have the right to request the seller fix items, renegotiate the contract, or cancel the […]

Before You Call In A 24 Hour Plumber

May 9th, 2013|

A plumbing emergency can happen to anyone at any time. But do you know if the emergency requires a 24 hour plumber? Should you deal with the problem immediately, or can it wait until the morning?

Picture this. You wake up in the middle of the night to the sound of running water. You follow the […]

Denver Water – From Beginning To End

May 3rd, 2013|

Have you ever stopped to wonder where the water comes from when you turn on the faucet? You know that it comes from your local municipality – but have you ever wondered how it got there in the first place? Learning the path that Denver water takes to reach your kitchen sink just might lead […]

How To Dispose Of An Old Water Heater

April 4th, 2013|

While a water heater can provide you with many years of excellent service, at some point, you will have to replace it. If you use a professional to install a new water heater, you won’t have to ask the question “what do I do with my old water heater”, he’ll take it with him when […]

Who Recycles An Old Water Heater?

March 30th, 2013|

When it is time to buy a new water heater, you have to find an appropriate means of disposal for the old water heater. In many instances, you cannot simply toss the water heater out on the curb for pickup by your local garbage department. The disposal of large appliances, such as a water heater, […]

What To Do If You Suspect Drain Cleaner Poisoning

February 15th, 2013|

Drain cleaner is a very effective tool when used properly, but unfortunately, it can be very harmful for humans.  If you ever suspect that a friend or loved one is suffering from drain cleaner poisoning, it is imperative you act right away.

The first thing you should know about drain cleaner poisoning, is the symptoms.  You […]

Why You Should Hire a Master Plumber

January 11th, 2013|

When you need plumbing repairs performed in your home, it can seem overwhelming to consider all of the choices. Simply opening the phone book or performing a Google search turns up hundreds of plumbers in your area. How do you know which one is the right one to hire? You should start by finding a […]

How to Get the Most from your Plumbing Service Calls

January 3rd, 2013|

A a homeowner, we place a call to a plumber in two situations: an emergency or for maintenance work. In both situations, we have specific goals in mind. Yet our goals may not meet the goals of the plumber we call and hire. Our goal is to stop a problem as fast as possible. The […]

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 […]