When you think of plumbing, what’s the first thing you think of? If you’re like most people, you probably think of a clogged drain, a broken water heater, or an overflowing toilet. Many associate plumbing help with the concept of having an emergency situation within the home.

However, plumbing goes far beyond the standard emergency situations associated with water in your home. And in fact, a professional plumber can be an asset in helping you with home renovations as well. Especially when you are tackling a few DIY projects that will upgrade different areas of your home.

Denver Plumbers Do Renovations Too

Lets start in the kitchen. The kitchen is often one of the most popular rooms in the home to renovate. It’s the one room we spend the most time in, and the one room that can add the most resale value if you intend to sell. If you are working on a budget and will leave the floorplan in a similar way, you can still work with a plumber to add the finishing touches. How about installing a new water line to make filling pots by your stove a breeze? Or installing and replacing an old oven with a gas range? A professional plumber can quickly have all of these in place.

Have you long since dreamed of a master bath spa? How about adding a jetted tub or adding a steam shower to your bathroom design? There are many things that can change your average five piece bath into the WOW spa you’ve always dreamed of, and it doesn’t require changing your existing layout to do so. A professional plumber has access to many different types of products, and can offer you quick solutions to change out your existing tub or shower and add something new.

How about adding a gas line and turning your wood burning fireplace or barbeque grill into something more functional? Gas lines are easy to install … when you allow a professional to do it. And they can be run to any part of your home. What could be better than flicking a switch to turn on the fire on a cold night rather than having to build one from wood you drag in from the outside? Or being able to use your grill all year through without the mess of charcoal, or having to drag in propane tanks? You can even convert any appliance in your home into gas, helping you save money on your monthly bills as well.

There are many other things your Denver plumber is willing to share with you … the first step is to call. Whatever project you are starting this year, the best place to start is by exploring your options. Give us a call today.

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There’s a funny thing about buzz words – once a word gains traction, everyone quickly adapts it as if it were there own. Case in point … the word “green”.

Today everyone wants to jump on the environmental bandwagon and create a green product. You’ll find it in just about every industry. After all, we all want a way to live in a more environmentally friendly way, and leave our world a better place for the next generation.

Are Green Drain Cleaners Safe?

When we think of household drain cleaning, many of the products our parents and grandparents used go things clean, but in many cases they did more damage then they did good. Sure, they may have given the appearance of a clean house, but years later we’re finding out just how bad some of the chemicals really are. They may have damaged the surface of the items being cleaned. They may have created health issues. And they may have created environmental issues as the harsh chemicals make their way down the drain.

Enter the green drain cleaners.

It seems like a good idea, but are they really any better? Are they worth the investment? After all, when you find a product that touts “green drain cleaning” in the cleaning aisles of your favorite store, they almost always are a lot more expensive. And if you still can’t read the names of the ingredients on the back of the bottle, how do you know how safe they really are?

Most green drain cleaners you’ll find on the shelves use enzymes or bacteria to naturally feast upon the clog. When they are added to the drain, these microscopic organisms digest the waste in the clog while reproducing and moving throughout the pipes. Because they are natural, they take their time to do the job – you won’t find instant results like you’ll get with harsh chemicals. Which means you’ll have to have the time to leave the clog sit for a while until the process works its way through.

What makes these green products work is the enzymes or bacteria – two things that can lose power very quickly. Which means buying a green drain cleaner and leaving it on the shelf for the “just in case” isn’t an option. By the time you need it, the active ingredients may be gone.

While the concept of buying a green drain cleaner is a good one, there is actually a better way. DIY drain cleaners – all made from common household items.

And if none of these methods work at unclogging your drain, or you still have questions about safely unclogging your drain, give us a call today.

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Are you in the market for a new water heater? The US Dept of Energy’s new water heater regulations go into effect on April 16, 2015.

The new 2015 DOE energy efficiency mandates will require higher EF ratings on virtually all water heaters, including residential gas, electric and oil. These changes will impact how water heaters are designed, manufactured, tested, distributed, and installed.How New DOE Energy Mandates Effect Water Heaters

The DOE originally set standards for residential water heaters in 1990, with an update in 2004. This change will set the standards for today’s technology, and will save approximately 3.3 quads of energy and result in approximately $63 billion in energy bill savings for products shipped over the next 30 years. The standard will avoid about 172.5 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions, which is equivalent to the annual greenhouse gas emissions of about 33.8 million cars.

Product changes will vary depending on the class and volume size of the water heater. In some cases changes may be minor; in other cases it may be more profound. For example, in the electric water heater category, a 55 gallons or greater water heater will now be prohibited from being sold unless it uses an integrated heat pump configuration to meet the new EF standards. In the gas category, new models will have additional insulation, flue enhancements, electronic ignition, and condensing gas technology, or a combinations of these in order to meet the requirements.

Changes are as follows:

Gas water heater         20-55 gallon                current EF=0.67          new EF=0.675
Gas water heater         55-100 gallon              current EF=n/a            new EF=0.8012
Electric water heater   20-55 gallon                current EF=0.97          new EF=0.97
Electric water heater   55-120 gallon              current EF=n/a            new EF=2.057
Oil water heater          50 gallon of less          current EF=0.59          new EF=0.68

With all of these changes means that in some cases, a new water heater may be larger, heavier, or of different proportions than the one its replacing. It may require more room for installation, piping chances, additional electric work, or condensation drains installed. Yet once installation is complete, that’s where the savings begins.

If you’re in the market for a new water heater, give us a call and let us help you make the right selection for your home environment.

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Quality 1st Plumbing Repair is a full-service plumbing contractor serving Metro Denver.  We are licensed and insured, and our technicians are professionally trained in the repair and installation of all plumbing systems and fixtures. We are Colorado’s FIRST Licensed and Accredited GreenPlumbers! Visit our website

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 is to install a walk in bathtub, a special tub designed with a door that open and closes, giving you easy access to walk in and sit down safely without having to take large steps.

Pros and Cons of Walk In Bathtubs

How do walk in tubs work?
Most walk in tubs are designed with a door that open and closes on the front or the side of the tub. The door gives the user the ability to get into the tub without having to lift their legs high over the threshold in order to get in. When the door is closed, it creates a seal that allows the water to stay in the tub, and won’t flood the floor. Most also come with fast draining features so the occupant won’t have to stay in the tub long after use, waiting for it to drain.

Why are walk in tubs safer?
The obvious obvious advantage to install a walk in tub is it makes bathing easier for people with mobility issues. Without having to take large steps, the risks of falling are reduced considerably. Walk in tubs are specifically designed for people with mobility issues, so they also come with a variety of other safety features, such as handrails, seats and floors made from skid-proof textures, and pads that can help users keep their heads above water.

What problems can walk in tubs cause?
In order to use a walk in tub, you must enter it before filling it up. That means the user may get chilled while adjusting to the right temperature and filling up the tub. The user will also have to be patient and allow the tub to drain before getting out. While most tubs come with quick fill features, and fast draining, it important to keep in mind that the best will increase the pricing of the tub. Because walk in tubs are larger and require more water than traditional tubs, some homes may need a new hot water heater in order to keep up with the demand.

Walk in tubs offer a variety of features, including adjustable bubble jets, adjustable shower heads, and more. While some can be retrofitted into the space you currently have, others may require a bit more remodeling in order to make them fit into your existing space. Professional installation is required. If you would like to talk more about installing a walk in tub into your home, give us a call today.

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With spring break upon us, and summer just around the corner, it’s a great time to start planning for a little rest and relaxation time to unwind from the chaos of day to day life. Nothing can be better than relaxing by the pool, drink in hand, letting all your cares slip away.

Plumbing Tips To Prepare Your Home For Vacation

As you head out the door for a few days away from home, your mind will naturally drift to all the things needed for the trip.

  • Did I grab the tickets and passports?
  • Did I include sunscreen in the suitcase?
  • Did I pack the swimsuits?

You might even have a last minute mental checklist for the things you’ll need to handle for the job.

  • Email the last revision to team
  • Have assistant set up meeting with boss the week I return

Lets face it, life doesn’t stop just because you go on vacation; so you plan everything as best as you can to ensure all things are covered while you’re away. But there may be one thing you didn’t think about, didn’t plan for, that can have a huge impact when you return: your plumbing.

You’ve probably heard a few stories from neighbors or friends that head out for a week of fun, only to return to a basement full of water, and over a month of restoration work trying to bring their homes back to normal.

Not a way to bring the relaxing feeling home with you.

Before you head out the door for your next vacation, do a simple walk through to make sure your plumbing is safe and secure, and won’t cause you problems even while you’re away.

Check For Leaks
Very rarely do bigger problems occur without warning first. Floods are usually caused when small leaks are ignored, and they eventually build up to bigger problems. A few weeks before your vacation, take an assessment of every room in your home. Do you see water marks around faucets even when they haven’t been used in several hours? Can you feel moisture around faucet valves? Do you hear a trickle of water from the toilet even when its not in use? Do you see moisture in the basement or crawl space? All could be indications of a leak, and a reason to call in a plumber to fix the problem before you spend time away from home.

Check All Monitoring Systems
Water leaks are important to fix as soon as possible, but there are other things in your home that are equally important. Do you have smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in your home? Are they in good working order? Is your heating and cooling system working properly? With zero movement in your home for a few days, pressure can build if any one of these systems isn’t working properly. Make sure all monitoring devices have fresh batteries, and ask a neighbor of a family member to be available “just in case” you have a problem. This will make it easier for someone to enter your home in case of an emergency.

Pull The Plug
Instead of leaving your home fully operational while you’re away, do a few things to become more water and energy efficient, and reduce your overall risk.

  • Unplug the power to any electronics and appliances that won’t be in use while you’re away.
  • Turn off water mains to prevent leaks throughout your home.
  • Turn down the thermostat, and reduce the water heater. The longer you’ll be away, the more this can save.

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Quality 1st Plumbing Repair is a full-service plumbing contractor serving Metro Denver.  We are licensed and insured, and our technicians are professionally trained in the repair and installation of all plumbing systems and fixtures. We are Colorado’s FIRST Licensed and Accredited GreenPlumbers! Visit our website

You know that small drip in the bathroom sink? The one that leaks a drop of water every few minutes? Its nothing big, not even an annoyance really. You’ve only noticed it because your sink is wet even after you’ve been away from home all day.

Those tiny drips can be a big problem. Studies show that the average home can lose anywhere from 2,000 to 20,000 gallons of water per year due to those tiny leaks.

Finding Those Small Leaks In Your Home That Could Be Costing You A Fortune

There are the drips you can see – like the ones that occur in your bathroom sin

k. Then there are the drips you can’t see – these are the ones that occur in your crawl space or behind the walls and go undetected for years.

Because if you know anything about water, you know one thing is for sure – water is one of the most powerful forces on earth. And when its left to its own accord, it will go where it chooses. Which means it will break through those tiny cracks you can’t see, find a way to get through joints that weren’t properly sealed, and wear away at connections that weaken over time. Its just a fact.

Which means you as a homeowner must be consistent and diligent when dealing with potential water problems, before they get the best of you.

The best way to do so is to periodically check for leaks throughout your home. You can do this on a whole house basis, or perform checks in individual areas.

Whole House Meter Check
If you suspect a larger leak, starting with a meter check can verify you have a problem. Make sure all water is turned off both inside and outside of your home, and verify automatic water equipment (such as your sprinkler system) will not turn on during the test. Record the reading on the water meter and wait 15 minutes. Record the reading again. If the meter recorded water usage during this test, it may indicate a leak.

Line Leaks
The water supply line that connects your home to the water supply is usually buried at least 3 feet below ground. Most often leaks between the meter and the house are the responsibility of the homeowner; leaks from the pipes leading from the main to the meter are the responsibility of the water utility. To determine if you have a problem in the supply line, check for water around the meter box, or for water around the supply line where it enters your home. If either are moist, it may warrant further investigation.

Faucet Leaks
Faucet leaks are one of the most common water leak occurrences, and are the easiest to detect. The repairs necessary to stop the leak depend on the type of faucet and the problem at hand. There are four different types of faucets: compression valve, cartridge, ceramic disks and ball. If you have any home maintenance repair skills, you should be able to repair minor faucet leaks.

Toilet Leaks
Toilet leaks are often one of the most common leaks that go unnoticed because they often are silent and out of view. Large toilet leaks can be detected when you hear a hissing or gurgling sound when the toilet is not in use. To start, remove the tank lid an inspect the float mechanism. The water level in the tank should be no higher than 1 inch below the overflow tube. If the water is at the very top of this tube, water is leaking. The problem could stem from the water level being adjusted to high, the float is damaged, or the refill valve is worn. You can perform a simple dye test to check for leaks. Place a dye tablet or a couple of drops of food coloring into the tank. If the colored water appears in the bowl within 15 minutes, there is a leak in the flapper valve. A worn flapper is common and can be easily replaced.

Fountain Leaks
Increasingly homeowners around Denver are moving their living space outdoors. With that comes lots of extra features, such as fountains, ponds and waterfalls. And because of the extreme temperature variations an outside water feature must sustain, it’s the perfect place for a leak to occur. To check for leaks in ponds or fountains, do a simple bucket test. Place a bucket in the water and fill it with water. Place a piece of tape inside and outside of the bucket, and mark the water level on both. After 24 hours, mark the water level once again. If the water level in the fountain or pond is lower than the water in the bucket, you may have a leak.

Determining you have a leak is the first step; the second is to fix the leak as quickly as possible. Give us a call today and we can help you repair your plumbing, and help your home be energy efficient and water friendly once again.

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Ready to make a difference in your home’s efficiency? Want to save more water, save more on your energy bills, and improve the one appliance in your home that will have the greatest impact overall? Look no further than your water heater.

Buying A Hybrid Electric Water Heater

The water heater was invented in the late 1800s, and though a lot of advancements have been made over the years, we still use the basic concepts designed all those years ago. Water heaters come in a variety of sizes and styles. You can find electric or natural gas; tank or tankless; even solar has turned the heads of some savvy homeowners. Or look to one of the newest entries into the water heater market: the hybrid.

The hybrid electric water heater uses heat pump technology with the traditional electric heating system already in place with most electric water heaters.

Hybrid technology is designed to absorb heat in ambient air and transfer that heat into the water supply. Since radiant heat requires much less energy for processing than the heating process used in a traditional electric tank water heater, the energy savings can quickly add up.

How quickly? Studies show that the average homeowner that switches from a conventional electric water heater to a hybrid electric water heater can save on average up to 60 percent in overall electric bill savings per year. Which means you can pay for the water heater in as little as three years.

When you choose a hybrid water heater, you have the choice of different operating modes for maximum efficiency.

Hybrid mode – the default mode, designed to use the heat pump in combination with back up electric elements when needed to provide hot water as needed

Heat pump mode – when ambient conditions allow, only the heat pump is used to pull in heat from the surrounding area to create the hot water supply

High demand mode – for use when higher demand is needed, the back up electric elements will be used to recover the tanks hot water supply faster

Standard mode – uses only the traditional heating elements to heat the water supply

Vacation mode – allows homeowners to save money while away from home, this mode will drop the temperature down to 50 degrees to save heating, and will automatically begin heating the supply a day before you will return

Want even more information on how you can save with a hybrid electric water heater? We’d be happy to evaluate your current water heater, give you more details on a hybrid, and help you make a decision on the best water heater choice for your home. Give us a call today.

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Quality 1st Plumbing Repair is a full-service plumbing contractor serving Metro Denver.  We are licensed and insured, and our technicians are professionally trained in the repair and installation of all plumbing systems and fixtures. We are Colorado’s FIRST Licensed and Accredited GreenPlumbers! Visit our website

Why do some winters cause plumbing problems, and some winters don’t?

That can be a frustrating question to ponder. When it seems like nothing has changed in the way your home operates, even the winter may not seem as harsh as some of the winters before, there it is anyway, a freezing septic system. And a big mess.

Freezing Problems With Septic Systems

In reality, septic systems can freeze due to a variety of reasons.

Very little snow cover – Snow actually serves as insulation over a septic tank. When there is little snow, deep freezes and frosts can go deeper into the ground, potentially freezing your septic system.

Compacted landscape – The area above your septic tank should be kept clear of use. When driveways or paths occur over a septic tank, cars, animals, ATVs, tractors, even foot traffic can compact the area above the septic tank, allowing a deep freeze to move deeper into the soil.

Lack of plant cover – If your septic system is new, or was replaced in the late summer or early fall seasons, adequate vegetation may not have covered up the land before the cold and snow set in. Vegetation helps attract snow to the area, providing more insulation above ground.

Irregular use – Was your septic system designed for a large family, and now you’re down to one or two? Do you spend months away from your home, enjoying a lifestyle in a warmer climate during the cold winter months? If a system isn’t used as it was intended, it can begin to stress and allow freezing temperatures to infiltrate the system.

Leaking plumbing – You know that small trickle of water you can hear even when your toilet hasn’t been flushed? Those tiny leaks in your pipes can cause a thin film of water into the system. These trickles are more susceptible to freezing, and can build up quickly over time, allowing your system to freeze completely.

Cold air entering the system – When was the last time your septic system was looked at and inspected? If risers are uncapped, inspection pipes or manhole covers not reinstalled correctly, they can allow cold air to enter the system. Freezing isn’t far behind.

While some septic systems never have problems, the only way to avoid them in the future is to be proactive every year.

  • Mulch is a good insulator. If you’ve changed your landscaping or added a new septic system late in the year, a solid cover of mulch will help provide insulation in the coming months.
  • Let the grass grow longer in the fall to act as an insulator and allow snow to accumulate better.
  • Use warmer on a regular basis. If temperatures are cold and dip low quickly, allow as warm of water as possible to flow through your pipes.
  • Fix any leak in your plumbing as soon as you know it exists. Don’t let small trickles of water create a costlier problem.
  • Double check risers, pipes and manhole covers whenever you access your septic system. Make sure they are sealed tight.

If you suspect your septic system has frozen, its time to call in a professional plumber. The root of the problem must be determined and fixed to avoid further freezing problems either in what’s left of this winter, or as the temperatures freeze again next winter. If you have any questions, we’d be happy to help.

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Quality 1st Plumbing Repair is a full-service plumbing contractor serving Metro Denver.  We are licensed and insured, and our technicians are professionally trained in the repair and installation of all plumbing systems and fixtures. We are Colorado’s FIRST Licensed and Accredited GreenPlumbers! Visit our website

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. If you are the creative type, and want your home to be different from anything you would find in your neighborhood, you will find it with a little patience and research.

Plumbing Hardware – Adding Uniqueness To Your Bathroom

While installing new sinks, new toilets, new showers new tubs, new flooring and new colors are important to your overall look and feel, the details come from the plumbing hardware. Plumbing hardware can come in a variety of colors, a variety of styles, with multiple functions, and create any ambiance you desire. Want old fashioned charm? Not a problem. Want sleek and modern? There are many options there too.

There are a many ways to go about finding unique plumbing hardware. While you can find a variety of options at your local big box store, uniqueness won’t be a part of it if you limit your shopping there. They choose consumer grade; something that will please the masses.

To move beyond the norm, you can start by doing a simple Google search. There are many resources out there to help you find the hardware you are looking for.

If Google doesn’t provide you with the right look, you can head out to look through flea markets and antique shops in your local area. While antique plumbing fixtures can add beauty and originality, be sure you understand what each fixture is made from. Many fixtures dating back decades were made from lead, meaning they can be dangerous if installed in your home and connected to a main water supply.

If you have any questions about plumbing hardware, the best place to start is with a plumber. With decades of experience behind us, we have many resources available to help you find the look you are trying to achieve.

For example, we understand wanting to find an original look and choosing antique hardware to compliment the rest of your bathroom’s décor. We have many manufacturers that we trust that can provide you with the perfect fixture, while providing modern day assurances that your water supply will be safe from contaminants such as lead, and can even provide you with low flow functionality to help reduce your water consumption. (Something that was never considered decades ago.)

Finding the right fixture can help you make first impressions in any room in your home. Let us help you with your remodeling project today.

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Quality 1st Plumbing Repair is a full-service plumbing contractor serving Metro Denver.  We are licensed and insured, and our technicians are professionally trained in the repair and installation of all plumbing systems and fixtures. We are Colorado’s FIRST Licensed and Accredited GreenPlumbers! Visit our website

What’s one of the worst things you have to do as a homeowner? If you’re like a lot of people, its probably dealing with those emergency situations where you know you have to put in a call to the plumber for immediate service, yet knowing you might not get the best deal (or the best service) available.Hiring A Plumber? These Tactics Should Make You Say NO!

Its hard talking to someone when you start the phone call by imagining all of the things that can go wrong. They might not fix the problem correctly. They might charge too much. They might provide bad service, requiring them to come out again and again. And while you can hope that everything goes smooth from the beginning, with the many horror stories that make the circuit even in your own friend group, its hard to expect anything but a bad experience.

Here’s the thing. In most cases, the bad experiences should have been spotted even before the plumber entered the home. With just a little research and common sense, some of the biggest horror stories can be avoided.

Working without a license or uninsured

Everyone has to start out somewhere – and many plumbers get their start by learning the ropes as they go. But if you use an unlicensed plumber, there is no where to turn if they do a poor job. A building inspector can require you to rip out and replace work that doesn’t meet expectations, and if the plumber is working without a license or doesn’t have the proper insurance for when things go wrong, you could be the one footing the bill and finding another plumber to handle the work. When hiring a plumber, always take the time to verify they are licensed, and have proper insurance – liability insurance to compensate you if the work fails, and workers compensation insurance in case someone is injured on the job.

Getting an estimate

With an emergency, its easy to want to get results fast. But even with immediate problems, remember a good plumber can’t provide you with exact costs from a simple phone call. “I have a flood in my basement,” isn’t enough information for a plumber to know where the true problem lies. He can provide the cost of a new water heater, or how much he charges as an hourly fee, but until he comes to your home and sees the problem, he won’t be able to provide a true estimate. If a plumber gives you a quote over the phone, be leery that additional fees won’t be tacked on when the work is completed.

A lowball bid

The best guidance dictates that you should receive three quotes before selecting a plumber to work with. Its easy to select the bid that is the lowest, but what about if its substantially lower than the others? This may be a sign of a potential problem. Plumbing scams often bid based on materials alone, then add in the extra labor charges – often at substantially higher rates – once they begin the work. If something doesn’t seem right, always ask. It’s the only way to avoid problems down the road.

Showing up unannounced

If a plumber knocks on your door asking for work, and you don’t have an appointment, turn them away immediately. Some of the biggest scams occur from contractors knocking on doors and looking for work. No matter how much of an emergency your plumbing problems may be, it still benefits you to do your due diligence first. Ask for referrals from friends or neighbors. Look at online resources, including a plumber’s website, and review sites such as Angies List. Search Google with a potential plumber’s name to see what kind of information exists. Even 10 minutes of research could save you weeks of frustration.

Wanting payment before work begins

While it is reasonable for a plumber to ask for a down payment before work begins, especially for larger jobs, it isn’t okay to ask for full payment before completion. Never settle the bill until all work is complete, you’ve had a chance to inspect the work, and are fully satisfied with the work that has been done.

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