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You probably don’t think about it too often, but the drain system in your home is used frequently every day. Washing hands, showers, pet baths, cleaning fruits and veggies, washing dishes, brushing teeth…the list goes on! All of that traffic can build up quickly and surprise you with a plumbing disaster when you least expect […]

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Garbage Disposal Etiquette Don’t Overload It! If you have a garbage disposal, you probably use it daily without even thinking about it! It’s so easy and convenient to throw food scraps down the disposal, so why wouldn’t you? No matter how convenient, certain materials can seriously damage your disposal and plumbing system. Here are a […]

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Are your plumbing systems acting strange? Is your toilet backed up despite not appearing clogged? It might be time for a sewer line camera inspection! Sewer cameras consist of a camera at one end of a long, flexible rod. This rod connects to a computer that shows a live feed of what’s inside your sewer […]

By Brian Renadette

With cooler weather moving into Thornton, everyone is shifting from keeping the house cool to turning on heaters. During this transition, it may be a good idea to look into a Forced Air Heating System. A Forced Air Heating System uses air as a heat transfer medium, keeping you warm even during the coldest days. […]

By Bridget O'Brien

There’s nothing worse than plumbing issues over the holiday season! Frozen pipes not only cause unnecessary stress, they can cause costly damage to your home. Here’s how you can protect your pipes from freezing: Preventing Frozen Pipes Install pipes in an insulated area Bury pipes below the frost line Install pipes where heat is accessible. […]

By Dan Burrows

Your garbage disposal helps to prevent clogging by breaking down food waste into smaller pieces, but it can easily be overwhelmed with food, grime, or a lone spoon. A garbage disposal can easily break down without proper maintenance, as it has several parts susceptible to damage. To ensure your kitchen drain is clog free, here […]

By Dan Burrows
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