Does your home’s plumbing system include a water softener? If not, are you considering asking a plumbing service in Colorado Springs to install a water softener? Your water system affects many aspects of your day-to-day life, so it’s important to understand the potential benefits of a water softener. If you’re debating whether or not to…

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Sometimes it can feel like you are just throwing valuable money away when it comes to HVAC and plumbing services. Unfortunately, these are two areas where you just can’t get away with putting off fixing a major problem, such as a burst pipe or a broken heating component. On top of that, homeowners are also…

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Do your energy bills seem to be climbing higher and higher each month? An old, inefficient furnace can cause utility costs to quickly skyrocket. This is a common occurrence as a furnace ages. Typically, most furnaces require more energy and repairs once they pass the two-decade mark. This can result in up to a 30…

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Most of us don’t realize just how much water we waste. With a few simple tricks, we can greatly reduce the amount of water we use. This will result in lower utility bills and greener living. These tips can also help avoid plumbing repair in Colorado Springs. To make the most of your water usage,…

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The plumbing system in your house is complex; there are many pipes, connections, valves and drain lines leading in, out and around your home to bring you clean water and take away waste. People often take working plumbing systems for granted until something unexpected occurs, whether it’s a clogged drain or a major leak. In…

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With the winter comes cold weather, which can make it tempting to blast the heater until you are comfortable and warm, day and night. The downsides to cranking up the thermostat to warm up your house include higher energy bills, energy waste and the possibility for more heating system maintenance or repair needs. This winter,…

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Running a central heating system during the cold winter months consumes a lot of energy. And if your system is more than 20 years old, it’s likely you’re having to run it often, thus using even more energy. For these reasons, it’s not a bad plan to compare the energy use of your current system…

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