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Locate Your Main Water Shut Off

Locate Your Main Water Shut Off As a homeowner, and even a renter, it is extremely important to know how to locate your main water shut off valve. Why? Because if you live in a home long enough you are bound to spring a leak somewhere, at some time. Often, that leak will appear behind Read the full article…


WaterCop Has Your Back – Flood Prevention

WaterCop Has Your Back – Flood Prevention Recently, one of our industry partners decided get on the flood prevention train and install a WaterCop Pro Series automatic water shut-off valve. After the installation was complete and the system operational, he was inspired to blog about how cool the system is. So that’s where we come Read the full article…


Looks Like Colorado Found the Winter!

Looks Like Colorado Found the Winter Happy Monday Colorado, and it looks like we finally found the winter! So we know what winter means: Slick roads, early darkness, and temperatures dropping well below zero, especially at night. The most important thing to remember when the weather starts changing like this is to drive safe, keep Read the full article…


Fun Fact of the Week: Water Pressure

Fun Fact of the Week: Water Pressure This week McAdams Plumbing is going to discuss how water pressure can wreck havoc on your home. Got your attention? Good. Let’s talk numbers. A waterline failure at 70 pounds of pressure can discharge around 650 gallons of water in an hour. That’s enough to fill an 8′ Read the full article…


Dishwasher Flooding Repair DIY

Dishwasher Flooding Repair DIY A common problem the folks at MP run into with their customers is dishwasher flooding. Luckily, just last week, we came across a great blog written by Chris Barnes of the Huffington Post about some DIY tips for checking your dishwasher before you call out a plumber. And since we’re in the Read the full article…


Beware of Water Damage!

Beware of Water Damage! Water damage is can happen to anyone, at anytime. Water, as you probably know, is the most destructive force on Earth! It can carve valleys and move mountains. It can also collapse the ceiling in your home and destroy all your floors.  3 cubic feet of water weighs roughly 1,700 pounds, Read the full article…