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A clogged sewer line is a problem, A broken sewer line is a disaster

All of the drains in your home lead to the main sewer line, which runs from your home and connects to a city sewer line or a septic tank. Keeping your water and sewer lines intact and working properly is critical to the health of your family, as well as to the structural integrity of your home.
There’s a big difference between a clogged drain line or a clogged or broken sewer line. If one of your drains is backing up, but some of the drains…

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Ways to Fix a Smelly Drain

If you’ve ever had a smelly drain, you know how unpleasant it can be. But what causes smelly drains, and what can you do to get rid of the odor? Read on to learn some helpful drain tips and ways to prevent the issue from occurring.

What Causes a Smelly Drain
P-traps and smelly drains can be a real problem in the home. Fortunately, there are some simple things you can do to keep your drains smelling fresh and clean.
One of the…

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Fall Water Heater and Plumbing Hints and Tips

As the weather gets colder, it’s important to take steps to winterize your home–including your plumbing. Colder temperatures can cause several problems for your plumbing, including frozen pipes and an increased risk of leaks. Here are a few hints and tips to help you keep your Fort Collins’ plumbing in top shape this winter.

What to Do for Your Water Heater and Plumbing This Fall
If your home is like most, the water heater is one of the…

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Should I Install a Tankless Water Heater? 7 Pros and Cons

Most homes in the United States have storage tank water heaters. Americans are comfortable and familiar with this technology. Unfortunately, this makes many people hesitant to even consider more energy-efficient alternatives. For example, tankless water heaters save energy while providing limitless hot water. Of course, they aren’t without their flaws, or every home in America would have one.
If you’re thinking of replacing your water…

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6 Tips To Prevent Clogged Drains This Holiday Season

The holiday season is finally here. You want your home to be in top shape and your household running smoothly. One thing you don’t want is clogged drains. Here’s a bit about how the holiday season can cause plumbing issues, and how you can prevent them.

Avoid the FOG
FOG stands for fat, oil and grease, and it can cause serious clogs in your pipes. At this time of year, you’re probably cooking more than ever. Maybe some of your…

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5 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Water Heater

How much thought do you give to your water heater? If you’re like a lot of homeowners, you probably don’t think too much about it at all, unless there’s a problem. Paying attention to your water heater, though, is a good way to notice a problem before it becomes a disaster, or you find yourself without hot water. Small problems can be easily fixed, but here are some signs that it’s time to go ahead and replace the water heater.

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Preparing Your Plumbing for Winter Weather

When you’re preparing for winter, plumbing may not always be your first concern. But keep in mind that the freezing temperatures we see every year in Colorado can wreak havoc on your home’s pipes. Every fall you should make sure your plumbing is ready for winter. If you forgot to do so, it’s better late than never.

Protect Exposed Pipes
Pipes located in areas of your home that aren’t heated, such as the basement or attic or…

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Common Plumbing Issues

If you own a home, you will eventually have to deal with some plumbing problems. Some of these you can handle on your own but some may require professional help.
Let’s take a look at some common plumbing issues.

Slow Drains
If a sink drains slowly, that usually means there’s a clog down the pipe. If it’s the kitchen drain, perhaps someone put too much food, fat, oil or grease in the sink. All this material should go into the trash.…

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Can You Move Kitchen Plumbing?

If you’re ready to give your old, tired kitchen a facelift, you may be gearing up to remodel your kitchen. Perhaps you plan to do most of the work yourself, such as knocking down walls, repainting the cabinetry, and replacing the countertops.
If the project requires any plumbing work, it’s best to leave those elements of the job to an experienced plumber. After all, the thought of cutting and rerouting pipes, soldering copper fittings,…

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What Counts as a Plumbing Emergency?

All plumbing problems are inconvenient and annoying, but they don’t always count as an emergency. If you notice a drippy faucet late on a Friday night, or your drains seem slower than usual on a holiday weekend, you can probably wait until Monday to call a plumber. However, there are plenty of urgent plumbing problems that demand immediate attention. Here’s how to tell when you should contact an emergency plumber in Fort…

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