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Articles with 'Frozen' as a tag.


Turn Up the Heat on Frozen Pipes

Turn Up the Heat on Frozen Pipes Colorado winters have a whimsical way of making our plumbing systems resemble the frozen caverns of the Ice Planet Hoth (yea, your plumber just referenced Star Wars, we’re cool like that). See what I mean? Anyways, as we all know prevention is better than reaction. So with that Read the full article…


Winterize Your Home

Winterize Your Home As the weeks pass by, cold weather is creeping closer and closer. If you are not a cold weather fan like me, this does not have to mean all gloom and doom. The cold weather means the upcoming of the holiday season! Don’t let cold weather freeze your pipes, and your holiday Read the full article…


Frozen Pipes: 7 Easy Precautions to Take

Frozen Pipes: 7 Easy Precautions to Take Well I’m sure all of our friends and neighbors noticed the snow over the weekend. That’s Colorado’s way of saying Happy Mother’s Day! Many folks (myself included)  got a head start on their lawns thinking we were in the Spring free and clear. Not the case apparently. I’ve Read the full article…


Careful of Spring Freeze Breaks

Careful of Spring Freeze Breaks Spring is upon us, which means it’s time to keep an eye open for any freeze breaks in the pipes that have been dormant all winter. As we all gear up to start watering our lawns and playing outside again, make sure you inspect your yard waterlines for leaks. Common 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…


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…

  • “Great experience with a plumber that I completely trust.”

    Customer Review Michael Clement Review 10/20/13 Description of work: Replaced 3/4 Main Sprinkler Valve. Customer Testimonial: On Saturday morning I noticed that my vacuum breaker was dripping even though I had blown out the sprinklers the weekend before.  I knew that the shut off valve in the crawl space was failing to close completely.  I Read the full article…

  • These guys are great

    Customer Review Brett Honeycutt Review 11.04.14 These guys are great. I would recommend them to anyone. They charge for quality product and service and they back it up. About six months after having  them install a hot water heater, I woke up with no hot water. Within 20 minutes a tech was at our house Read the full article…

  • “Above and beyond scope of the job.”

    Customer Review Nathan Hawk Review 5/11/12 After completing all the work, Richard took time to carefully explain the issues, and then he ran a couple of tests that I felt were above and beyond the call of duty. And then he gave me a one year warranty that was, again, above and beyond scope of Read the full article…