Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning Blog: Archive for the ‘Plumbing’ Category

5 Ways to Improve Your Kitchen Plumbing

Monday, April 26th, 2021

mom-child-running-water-at-sinkThe two heavy hitters when it comes to your homes plumbing are bathroom plumbing and kitchen plumbing. Today, we’re going to focus on the heart of the home—your kitchen!

Your kitchen plumbing is important for the health and functionality of your home. You shouldn’t discount the importance of something like this. If you need a good plumber in Loveland, CO, then we’re here to help you with what you need. We’ve got a few tips for your kitchen plumbing today, but we always have quality service for you as well.

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How to Improve Your Bathroom Plumbing

Monday, March 29th, 2021

running-faucetWe know that you’re in the spirit of spring cleaning. Once you get your home sparkling and spotless, you might take things a step further and do a little home improvement. Your bathroom is a great place to start with this. Your bathroom isn’t necessarily the sexiest or most exciting space, but it is a space that’s completely vital.

We have the plumbers in Fort Collins, CO that you need. We’re going to walk you through what you need to know about your bathroom plumbing today. We want to help you improve your bathroom plumbing this season.

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What’s Water Hammer?

Monday, March 1st, 2021

woman-covering-earsIf we asked you to describe your home’s plumbing in a few words, what would you choose? Efficient, effective, and… loud? The last one isn’t a good one. Your home’s plumbing should be quiet. Yes, there are some noises that you might notice when it’s really quiet in your home early in the morning or even in the middle of the night… you shouldn’t notice much else though.

When it comes to your plumbing in Loveland, CO, you can schedule an appointment with our professionals. We’re here to handle that odd thumping noise that’s plaguing your home. Our professionals are helpful above all else. Refer to us when you need high-quality work.

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3 Easy Ways to Protect Plumbing This Winter

Monday, January 18th, 2021

frozen-copper-pipeWe are writing this post on a sunny Friday morning in Loveland. It may be mid-January, but the weather isn’t too cold. In fact, it’s going to be a pretty warm day! Nearly 50 degrees! Not too bad, right?

Of course, currently it is only 19 degrees, which brings us to the point of this post.

Don’t get complacent.

Sure, we’ve got some warm and sunny days on the radar. But we’ve also got some cold nights and mornings ahead, as well. Just because the temperature is pleasant during the day doesn’t mean your pipes aren’t still at risk of freezing.

Keep these tips in mind to protect your plumbing in Loveland, CO, this winter.

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3 Reasons Why Drain Cleaning Is a Job for the Pros

Monday, November 9th, 2020

sink-drainWith the holidays coming up, and the additional cooking and cleaning that come along with them, you can count on your drains taking a beating. It can be tough to ensure that nothing that shouldn’t go down your drains actually doesn’t go down your drains—especially when you’ve got extra help in the kitchen. But the holidays are not the only time you should be thinking about your drains. They’re also not the only time when things go wrong.

Today, we’ll talk a bit about what can cause drain problems. We’ll also talk about why you should really leave the resolution of those problems to the professionals. We know, we know. They sell drain cleaners at the hardware store. But we also know that that’s not the quick-fix that so many people seem to believe. In truth, nothing beats a good drain cleaning from a professional plumber in Loveland, CO.

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3 Ways You’re Pouring Money Down the Drain

Monday, July 6th, 2020

running-faucetYou pay for the water that you use in your home. You’re reminded of this on a monthly or quarterly basis. When that water bill comes in, how do you feel? Do you need to sit down with a cool glass of water to process the sticker shock? If so, then this is the post you’re looking for. Why? Unfortunately, because you might have some bad habits that need breaking. Consider this your breaking point.

Our plumbers in Windsor, CO, have some tips that will help you to scale back your water costs. The good news is that it is really not that difficult to do. In fact, you are probably aware of some of these tips. You just may not realize how effective they can really be. So, break those bad habits and put these good ones into practice. You’ll see real financial results before long. No more water bill sticker shock for you!

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Don’t Ignore Any Signs of Plumbing Leaks!

Monday, June 8th, 2020

water-leakOut of sight, out of mind. If you want to minimize as much stress as possible from your life as a homeowner, then there is one thing that you should put out of your mind—and that is that very phrase! Just because something is out of sight does not mean that you can afford to put it out of mind—and we mean the word “afford” quite literally. Many plumbing leaks, for instance, develop in areas that you cannot actually see with the naked eye.

However, that does not mean that you should just ignore them. Nor should you ignore any plumbing problems because they seem, in your opinion, too “minor” to really worry about.  Trust us, we’ve had plenty of plumbing repair calls that were the result of ignoring “minor” problems. When it comes to your plumbing in Loveland, CO, you can’t always anticipate problems. But when you know some warning signs to look for, you can at least act fast!

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Low Water Pressure Comes with a High Cost!

Monday, April 13th, 2020

Shower-HeadPicture this. You’re running late for the workday. Got out of bed a bit later than you’d intended. That’s okay, it happens to everyone. You throw on the coffee pot, jump in the shower—and make do with the weak stream, little more than a sputter, spewing forth from the showerhead. Now an inconvenient morning has become just that much more frustrating. Do not forget about this issue as you rush to go about the rest of your day.

Low water pressure is not just an inconvenience. It may indicate a very serious issue with your plumbing system at large. If you find yourself facing down an issue with low water pressure, it is definitely in your best interest to schedule service with a professional plumber in Severance, CO, immediately. The longer that you wait to do so, the greater the risk to your plumbing system. This is not a time when rolling the dice is going to pay off in any way.

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Be Mindful of What You Flush!

Monday, March 30th, 2020

Flushing-toiletOne issue that few of us saw coming as the world deals with a viral outbreak is a lack of toilet paper. Lo and behold, though, toilet paper has become something of a commodity in certain areas. We hope that you’ve got everything that you and your family need stocked up and at your disposal. If, however, you do find yourself running out of toilet paper, think twice before you try and flush an alternative down your toilet!

Our plumbers are very skilled at removing clogs and getting toilets flushing again, and we will certainly be there for you should you need us. Right now, we understand that a plumbing problem is probably not something you really want to be thinking about, though. Prevention is key if you want to avoid plumbing issues, so we’ve got a few tips to help you keep your bathroom plumbing in Loveland, CO, as reliable as possible.

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Use Gas Piping Safely On Your Property

Monday, March 16th, 2020

gas-meter-wrenchIf you use natural gas in your home, you don’t need us telling you how great a resource it is. It is piped directly into your home, eliminating the need for fuel deliveries or for storing fuel. It is a largely domestic product, so you don’t have to worry about volatile markets and the pricing spikes that come with them quite as much. Plus, it is just so versatile! Homeowners use natural gas for everything from heating their homes to fueling their water heaters, ovens and ranges, and even their clothes dryers.

Like most any other fuel source, however, natural gas can be dangerous if not used and/or delivered throughout your home properly. That is where the necessity for professional gas piping services comes into play. You can’t do better than working with our plumbers in Loveland, CO. We aim for your 100% satisfaction with every job that we do, and your safety is even more important! Let us help you use gas safely.

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