Plumbing Fixtures

Pros and Cons of Walk In Bathtubs

March 21st, 2015|

One of the riskiest rooms in your home as you age is the bathroom. And nothing could be more risky than taking a step up and over the side of the tub, especially as mobility issues increase.

Traditional bathtubs present a risky situation for both the elderly and for people with mobility issues. An easy solution […]

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Plumbing Hardware – Adding Uniqueness To Your Bathroom

February 18th, 2015|

What’s one of the most exciting things you can do to your home? Remodel. It allows you to add your own personal touch to each space, changing things up and making them perfect for the way you live.

The great thing about remodeling in today’s world is if you can dream it, you can do it. […]

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Plumbing Tips: Must Haves In A Shower Remodel

February 11th, 2015|

“This is the year that I’m finally upgrading my master bathroom. I’ve dreamed of having a great shower, one with his and her showerheads, walk-in space so I don’t have to worry about cleaning clear glass doors, and one with lots of extra features like built in seats and wall niches for bottles. Can I […]

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Don’t Live In Denver? 2015 Water Rebates Are Available In Many Cities

January 24th, 2015|

If you live in the Denver Metro area, there are many ways to take advantage of the current rebate programs that help you become more water wise throughout your home. Denver Water offers several different rebates to help both inside and outside, but what if you don’t live in Denver? Not a problem; many of […]

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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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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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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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How To Give Your Shower More Power Without Wasting Water

October 25th, 2014|

It’s a cold morning. The air in your bedroom has yet to be warmed. The floor is icy to the touch. Yet all you have to do is make it to the shower, and you can stand there soaking in the warmth.

Nothing feels better than a warm stream of water working its magic to warm […]

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How To Trace A Water Leak In Your Plumbing

September 27th, 2014|

It may start out as a tiny drip, or you may instantly have more water than you know what to do with. However, when you have a water leak in your plumbing, timing is everything to avoid devastating consequences down the road.

Tracing a leak in your home can be tricky. But wiping up the water […]

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Lead Free Plumbing – New Standards For Plumbing Fittings, Fixtures, Pipes and Valves

July 3rd, 2014|

In January of 2014, the Lead Free Law went into effect. This new law requires that every plumbing fitting, fixture, pipe and valve that is used to convey water for potable use contain less than 0.25 percent lead by weight. This law was written to ensure that our drinking water is as clean as possible, […]

Disposing Of Old Plumbing Parts

May 31st, 2014|

You’ve decided to do a few home improvement projects this year. As a part of replacing the old with the new, undoubtedly you’ll have a few things in need of disposal. The easiest way and often the most common way to get rid of it is to place it in your trash can and have […]