Common Causes of Clogged Drains

May 17, 2023

Clogged drains are some of the most common plumbing problems you could ever face. While a minor clog may not seem like a big deal, you must unclog the drain immediately. Even the most minor clog can become a complete obstruction, and this can cause water or even sewage to back out of the drains and water pressure to increase within the pipes. In worst-case scenarios, the clog can cause the water pressure inside the drains to become so immense that the pipes burst. Have you ever wondered, “Why is my drain clogged?” Well, wonder no more. In this article,...

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5 Signs That You Need Drain Cleaning

May 17, 2023

It’s common for a drain to become clogged occasionally. However, if you frequently deal with clogs or if your drains make strange sounds, or smell bad, then it could be time for a professional drain cleaning. This is an opportunity for a professional plumber to clear any blockages from your pipes by flushing them out with highly pressurized water. The result is that your drains should smell better and flow much more freely. Here are a few telltale signs you need drain cleaning: Frequent clogs  Foul smells Slow-moving drains Gurgling sounds Increased water bills  In need of a drain cleaning? ...

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How Much Does Trenchless Sewer Repair Cost in Colorado?

February 17, 2023

If you have a leak in your sewer line, it’s often an expensive fix. However, modern plumbing methods sometimes offer more affordable repair options. Trenchless sewer repairs are often substantially more affordable than traditional alternatives that require digging up your lawn. In Colorado, trenchless sewer line and drain repairs can cost anywhere from $3,800 to $10,000, with the average repair costing around $7,200. In this blog, we’ll compare the costs and factors that can affect the price of sewer repairs, including: Trenchless vs. trench cost comparison The length of the pipe that needs repair Whether you need to replace your...

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How Does Trenchless Sewer Repair Work?

February 2, 2023

If you need sewer line repairs, we’ll bet pictures of a muddy, messy, dug-up yard come to mind. Well, good news. There are now trenchless sewer repair methods that can often be performed with limited to no digging. That means no more worrying about your beautiful landscaping or dealing with the hassle of cleanup. You can have pipes repaired, patched, and whole sections of piping replaced with trenchless methods. To further explain how trenchless sewer repairs work, let’s review: Trench vs. trenchless sewer repairs Main types of trenchless methods and how they work How to find a trustworthy trenchless specialist Trust...

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Cost of Tankless Water Heaters in Colorado

October 4, 2022

In Colorado, tankless water heaters cost about $6,045 to install. While that’s considerably more expensive than tank systems (which average about $3,000 to install), you can see greater energy savings long-term. Because tankless water heaters only heat water as you use it, they’re much more energy-efficient. In fact, tankless systems use up to 34% less energy than tank versions. Depending on the cost of electricity or natural gas in your area, the energy savings of a tankless water heater could be worth the upfront investment.  To help you decide if it’s the right choice for your home, let’s review the...

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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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How Much Does it Cost to Install a Water Heater in Colorado?

June 15, 2020

Great question. The answer will vary from contractor to contractor but for the most part, you should see a price that falls within the two ranges below. The cost to install a water heater in Colorado ranges from: $2,500 to $11,000 for a tank water heater $5,000 to $7,000 for a tankless water heater Keep in mind though, that there are other factors (beyond tank vs tankless) that dictate how much you’ll pay for a water heater. In fact, your water heater installation price also depends on: The size/capacity of the system The efficiency of the system The fuel type...

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