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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…


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…


We’ve Got All the Right Tools!

  We’ve Got All the Right Tools! One of the characteristics that separates professional plumbers from the rest of the wrenchers out there is the tools we use in our daily work. As you can imagine, there are a lot of different types of plumbing fixtures. Different producers, different parts, and different applications. All these Read the full article…


Getting New Counters? Think Plumbing!

Getting New Counters? Think Plumbing! If you’re thinking about have new counters installed, make sure you talk with you plumber first! What many people don’t know, and what many counter installers won’t/can’t tell you, is that if you have new counters installed in your kitchen or bathroom, you may need to adjust your plumbing. The 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…

  • I would request his service again

    Customer Review Tom Hammond Review 02.17.15 Chris was prompt, courteous, and provided me with several options. He did not push for the more expensive solution, and completed the repair as stated. I would request his service again. McAdams Plumbing, Inc. Response: Thank you so much for the great review Tom and we’re happy to hear Read the full article…

  • “Reliable, trustworthy and most of all more than fair.”

    Customer Review Kirk Jones Review 4/02/13 Member Review: I have used McAdams Plumbing for a number of years. They have always been reliable, trustworthy and most of all more than fair. Recently, I had a problem with a kitchen faucet that was leaking. They had originally installed it over a year ago. They come out and Read the full article…

  • “One of the best jobs he had ever seen.”

    Customer Review Gary Koenig Review 7/11/12 Rick was here yesterday and installed a new water heater for my house that is currently being built. A very nice guy and he did a great job. Today Andy Smith from the City and County of Broomfield stopped by to perform the inspection. He said the plumbing work was Read the full article…