What is Tree Root Intrusion? | Signs, Causes, Treatment, and Prevention

What is root intrusion? Root intrusion occurs when tree roots infiltrate plumbing pipes. Tree roots seeking water, heat, and nutrients will grow toward plumbing pipes. Over time, the growing roots put pressure on the pipes, eventually cracking and growing into them. At first, root intrusion is virtually unnoticeable — at least, until the roots multiply. […]

Should I Replace My Clay Sewer Pipes?

Denver and its suburbs contain nearly 2,000 miles of plumbing pipes. Roughly 10% of those pipes are over 100 years old and made of vitrified clay. Used in plumbing for over 6,000 years, vitrified clay pipes are relatively common in Denver and throughout Colorado. If your home or sewer system was built before 1975, chances […]

How Does a Video Sewer Pipeline Inspection Work?

What is video sewer pipeline inspection? As its name suggests, a video sewer pipeline inspection uses video technology to inspect the condition of an existing sewer pipeline. This could be the sewer line that connects to the mainline on the street that runs to the local wastewater treatment facility. Or it could be individual pipes […]

Why Is My Water Bill So High? 4 Potential Causes

Unlike most things in life, your water bill should be relatively stable and predictable. A sudden spike in water charges could indicate anything from lifestyle changes to a major water leak. Wondering why your water bill is suddenly so high? We’ll explore 5 potential causes and their solutions later in this article. But first, let’s […]

7 Tips for Choosing a New Furnace

The average lifespan of a furnace ranges from 15 to 20 years. When it comes time to choose a new one, we understand that you might not know where to start. First, there are dozens of furnace brands out there. Amana, Ruud, Carrier, Trane, Goodman — they might seem all the same to the average […]

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