How Much Does a Sewer Replacement Cost?

Your home’s sewer system isn’t something you’d normally brag about. But it’s a vital part of your home that enhances its overall value. But you need to keep it properly maintained. If you’ve ever had plumbing issues, then you know how costly repairs can be. But sewer replacement can be one of the biggest expenses […]


3 Sewer Line Replacements Scams to Watch out for

Of all the plumbing problems you can have in your home, one of the worst is a backed-up or damaged sewer line. Sewer problems can mean things like overflowing toilets, water pooling around a floor drain and a really bad smell coming from one or more of your drains often resulting in unsanitary conditions. Sewer line […]


The $100 Solution That Can Save THOUSANDS on Sewer Pipe Repair

Sewer pipe repair and replacement can cost thousands of dollars, however there is a solution for less than $100. Nobody likes to deal with plumbing problems in their home, and they shouldn’t have to as long as they take good care of their drains and pipes. Many people seem to think that the occasional clogged […]


3 Easy Ways to Spot Plumbing Scams and Avoid Them

Plumbing is a complex skill that requires extensive training and expertise, and it’s always best to leave it to professionals. Most of these professionals will go out of their way to fix problems with your pipes quickly and efficiently while saving you money, but there are always those few plumbers who are in the business of taking […]


The Biggest Plumbing Mistake that is Costing You and Your City Money

People seem to think of toilets as the portal to the abyss, once something is flushed it is lost forever.  However many people will remind you differently.  Whether it is your local plumber, city sanitation worker, or city sewer maintenance personnel they will quickly remind you that one innocent little flush from your private throne […]


Secrets of a Sewer Camera – NEVER Flush These Things

The secrets of your daily life lay in the deepest darkest part of your home, the sewer lines. Plumbers get front row seats to everything you flush down the toilet. People think that when they flush things down the toilet they will end up in giant sewer lines under the city never to be seen […]


Keep the Damage to a Minimum With an Emergency Home Plumbing Kit

They say that plumbing issues should always be left to professionals, but what happens when you discover a problem with your pipes that requires immediate attention? You can’t just call a plumber and do nothing else while you have a burst pipe or a backed-up septic system making a mess in your home, can you? […]


Checklist for Winterizing A Vacant Home

A Snowbirds Checklist to Winterizing Your Vacant Home Before You Fly South A lot of people like to head South once winter arrives, but what happens to their homes during this time. In many cases, these homes are left vacant for several months, and if they aren’t properly winterized they can suffer serious damage during […]


Help! What do I do about frozen pipes?

It can happen to anyone during a cold winter. You turn on the faucet of your bathroom or kitchen sink only to find that nothing is coming out. Maybe there’s a tiny trickle of water, but for all intents and purposes your pipes are blocked. This can happen for a number of reasons, but when […]


3 Key Tips for Home Winterizing

Home winterizing must do’s! Winter is fast approaching, and one of the many headaches that can cause for homeowners is frozen plumbing. A frozen pipe can cause catastrophic damage very quickly, especially when it bursts and floods a home with water flowing at four to eight gallons per minute. Events such as this have been […]


3 Signs You’re Ready for Water Heater Replacement BEFORE it Breaks

Water Heater Replacement 101 Your water heater may be one of the most important components of your home’s plumbing system, and it certainly is the most expensive. Naturally, you should do all you can to make sure that your water heater is in working order, but if you have an old unit it may come […]


Toilet Repair Tips for Leaking Toilets

A leaking toilet can be a serious problem in a household, but unlike many other plumbing problems it is relatively easy to fix. Leaks can be caused by a few different things, some of which will call for the expertise of a licensed plumber, but this step-by-step guide should be able to solve the problem […]


How to choose a reliable plumber

As a homeowner, chances are that you will need the services of a plumber at some point. Plumbing is generally the kind of trade that should be left to professionals, but not all plumbers will provide you with the same service. There are plumbers who operate out of small family-owned businesses that have a sense […]


Do Low-Flow Toilets Really Work?

Although the design of the siphon-flush toilet hasn’t changed all that much since it was invented in the 19th Century, there was an attempt in the mid-1990s to reduce the amount of water that toilets used after water conservation laws went into effect throughout the United States. Until then, toilets could use up to seven […]


5 Tips on How to prevent clogged sewer lines

What You Can Do to Keep Your Sewer from Clogging When most people think of clogs and other home plumbing problems, they might imagine a troublesome sink or toilet. While clogs such as these can be a problem, it’s usually fairly easy to solve these. Just about everyone has to deal with a clogged sink […]


Your Dripping Hose Faucet Is Costing You Money!

That drip in your backyard is doing more than watering the grass beneath your hose faucet.  It is also costing you money!  The most obvious expense that comes from a leaking hose faucet is the overwhelming water bill that you get at the end of the month.  But you risk much higher costs unless you […]


How Do Tree Roots Damage Sewer Lines in Colorado?

Tree roots can wreck havoc on sewer systems here in Colorado. Whether you are in Denver or Evergreen, you probably have trees somewhere near your sewer line. When your sewer system stops working, the dirty water and waste backs up and could end up in your sinks, bathtub and other undesirable places in your house. […]