How Much Does It Cost To Replace A Main Sewer Line?

February 22, 2021

If you’ve noticed sewage water backing up or pooling beneath your crawl spaces, basement or underneath landscaping, you likely have a main sewer line problem. Sewer line problems can cause major water damage and can be a biological hazard for your family, so it’s vital to get them fixed ASAP. To fix a main sewer line, you’re looking at a cost ranging from $3,000 to $25,000+. That’s a wide range, we know.  The cost to replace your sewer line is impacted by the following factors: Length of the pipe Method used (conventional trench or trenchless) Piping material Company you hire...

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Cost of Whole-Home Repiping in Colorado

February 22, 2021

The cost to repipe a home in Colorado ranges from $4,500 to $10,000+, with the average customer paying around $7,000. Of course, this is a pretty large cost range. While the best way to get an accurate price for your whole-home repiping project is to contact a professional, this blog can help you estimate how much you’ll pay on the price range.  The factors that can impact the overall cost of repiping your entire home, include:  Your home’s size The number of plumbing fixtures  Piping material The contractor you hire Below, we’ll walk you through each of these factors and...

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What’s the Cost to Install a Boiler in Denver?

January 19, 2021

Looking to replace your boiler? The cost is probably top of mind for you.  The average cost to install a boiler in Denver runs around $10,000, but you could end up paying anywhere from $5,500 to $21,400.  That’s a broad range, we know. The cost varies depending on the five factors below:  Boiler size Boiler efficiency Fuel type  Length of parts warranty Contractor you hire In this blog, we’ll examine how each of these factors can impact where your boiler installation cost falls on the price spectrum.  While this blog can help you ballpark how much your boiler installation would...

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What’s the Cost to Install a Heat Pump in Denver?

January 19, 2021

The cost to install a heat pump in Denver averages out to about $8,000. However, some installations cost as little as $5,000 and some as much as $11,000. With a $6,000 gap between the lowest and highest prices, you’re probably wondering why the price range is so wide.  Generally speaking, the price of a heat pump installation comes down to four factors:  The size of the heat pump The efficiency of the heat pump The length of your heat pump’s warranties The HVAC contractor you choose In this blog, we’ll review all four of the above factors to help you...

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5 Most Common Electrical Repairs in Denver

January 6, 2021

It can be frustrating and inconvenient to deal with electrical issues in your home. However, if you’re struggling with issues like bad outlets and lights, you’re in good company with other Denver homeowners.  Here are 5 of the most common electrical issues Denver homeowners encounter: Outlets that aren’t working Overloading your outlets or power strips Flickering lights Lights that quickly burn out Frequent electrical surges In this blog, we’ll go over how you can repair the above problems and get back to enjoying your home.  Want an electrical repair ASAP? Contact Cooper Green Team. We can fix your problem correctly—the...

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When Should I Replace a Furnace in Colorado?

November 13, 2020

Wondering if you really need a new furnace? We know replacing a furnace is an expensive decision, so you want to know if it is absolutely necessary or not. Without having a trusted technician inspect your current furnace, it’s hard to say whether it can last a few more years or if it’s ready to retire now.  However, the following situations indicate that it may be time to replace your furnace: Your furnace is 15+ years old Your furnace requires frequent and expensive repairs Your energy bills have steadily increased While each situation by itself doesn’t necessarily mean you need...

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Gas vs Electric Furnaces: Which Is Better For My Colorado Home?

November 13, 2020

If you’re in need of a new furnace, you may be wondering whether you should get a gas or an electric system. Most homeowners in Colorado choose gas furnaces because they are less expensive to operate than electric furnaces. However, there may be some instances where an electric furnace (or another type of electric heating system) is better for your home. Choosing between the two types depends on factors such as: The fuel source available to you Your budget for the installation How much you’d like to save in the long run Let’s look at each of these factors in...

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3 Most Common Furnace Problems & Solutions in Colorado

November 13, 2020

A malfunctioning furnace can create inhabitable living conditions during the cold Colorado winters. Unfortunately, furnace issues can pop up at any time. However, understanding the symptoms and common furnace issues you might encounter can help you spot issues quickly (and save you money). In Colorado, the most common furnace problems you’ll face are:  A furnace that’s blowing cold air A furnace that won’t turn on A grinding noise coming from your furnace In this blog, we explain what causes these problems and which ones you can fix yourself.  Rather have a Colorado pro look at your furnace ASAP? Contact the...

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5 Ways to Save Money on Your Energy Bills In the Winter

October 20, 2020

We know the holidays are an expensive time of year for everyone, and the last thing you want to spend money on is your energy bill. We’ve compiled five methods you can use to save money this winter, including:  Turning down your water temperature Using LED bulbs for holiday lights Scheduling a heating tune-up Decreasing your home’s temperature Using your ceiling fans correctly Below, we’ll explain how each method can help you save money this winter. Furnace maintenance can help you save money on your energy bills by keeping your furnace in optimal condition.  Schedule your annual furnace tune-up Method...

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Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air in Colorado?

October 20, 2020

If you’ve noticed that your furnace isn’t heating your home properly but is instead blowing cold air into your home, you’ve got a problem. Your furnace could be blowing cold air because: Your thermostat is on the wrong settings Your furnace has overheated Your ductwork is leaking  Below, we’ll look at these issues in more detail and provide recommendations on how to get your furnace blowing warm air again.  Rather have a Colorado pro look at your furnace ASAP? Contact the Cooper Green Team. We provide fast, 24/7 furnace repairs in the Denver and Colorado Springs areas. We’ll get your...

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