Plumbing Fixtures

Huge Returns with a Low Flow Showerhead

September 25th, 2013|

Showers accounts for almost a third of your home’s total water consumption on average. A typical shower uses up to 25 gallons of water, and the average person uses around 100 gallons of water a day.

Sounds like a lot, doesn’t it?

Fortunately, there is a way to reduce your water usage and still get a thorough […]

Do You Really Need Soft Water?

September 20th, 2013|

If you live in an area that is notorious for having hard water, you may be considering the benefits of installing a water softener. Water softeners do just that – they soften your water. However, just because you have hard water does not necessarily mean that you have water that is hard enough to require […]

How To Remove Mineral Deposits On Faucets And Showerheads

August 16th, 2013|

Ahh, your rainshower is one of your favorite things in the world … until it doesn’t work.

When you turn on the showerhead and the water doesn’t flow at the same level it once did, it might not be the water, it may be your showerhead itself.

Faucets and showerheads are made in a unique way. They […]

A Basic Guide to Water Pressure Tanks

July 25th, 2013|

Recently move in to a property that doesn’t use Denver water, but instead uses a well system? How does it work? And what should you know now that this will be your water supply?

One of the first things to learn about is a water pressure tank and how they work. They may seem technical and […]

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 […]

What Is A Faucet Aerator?

March 15th, 2013|

When you turn on the faucet in your kitchen, you probably don’t think twice about it – unless, of course, the water refuses to come out. There is actually a small part inside your faucet that is quite useful and efficient – but it is a part that you may not realize even exists.

A faucet […]

What is a Bidet Toilet?

January 18th, 2013|

In many parts of the world, the bidet toilet is often found in a household bathroom. In the USA, they have not quite caught on yet. Yet is our way the best way? Or is there something the rest of the world sees that we haven’t quite figured out yet?
What Does it Do?
The main difference […]

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 […]

Dual Flush Toilets

November 2nd, 2012|

You may have seen them on your last trip to the store or a stay in a hotel. In fact, people are increasingly putting these in both commercially and residentially as a great way to conserve water.

I’m talking about dual flush toilets of course.

Sometimes some of the easiest changes around your home can have the […]

The Quickest Way to Update your Home – New Kitchen and Bathroom Faucets

October 12th, 2012|

Home remodeling can be an expensive project and also a time-consuming one. If you are feeling the need to update your home, there are some changes you can make that are inexpensive and easy to do, which will give your home an entirely new look. Updating your kitchen and bathroom faucets or cabinetry hardware is […]

New Bathroom Tub? The Differences Between Free Standing and Built In Jetted Tubs

September 6th, 2012|

Ahhh, imagine relaxing in your very own jetted tub every night after a long day of work and play. Nothing will feel better on your tired muscles than soaking in a warm bath.

If your remodel includes the bathroom, you may be looking at a variety of things. How about a jetted tub?

Choosing a tub can […]

Plumbing Upgrades That May Save You Time and Money

July 11th, 2012|

Plumbing is a vital part of your home. Without it, you cannot have the basic things you need, such as running water, flushing toilets and draining bathtubs.

Yet even though your home may have come with the basics doesn’t mean you have to stick with the basics; there are lots of choices available to you. Maintenance […]