Monday, June 9, 2014
" On her short list of what she would add or replace in an older home are these modern conveniences: Walk-in closets “but added in a way where they don’t take away from the character of the home”; updated heating, cooling systems, and plumbing systems, “so homes are comfortable, safe and more energy-efficient,” and new appliances that weren’t invented when the house was built. “No one will ever say, ‘Oh my gosh, why did you put in a dishwasher?’” As Curtis suggests, your plumbing system needs to be a vital consideration in home makeovers, along with the basic utilities like your electricity and ventilation. Denver plumbing experts, such as Total Plumbing, Inc., become your valuable partners in a comprehensive home remodel, especially in large-scale projects involving the kitchen or bathrooms."
Saturday, June 7, 2014
"Businesses would all the more need the expertise of plumbing technicians. There may be cases when the plumbing fixture causes liabilities and endangers the employees and customers. Letting comfort rooms, public pools, or other facilities operate with a contaminated water supply may cause illnesses and negatively affect the business reputation. An experienced Denver plumber can do thorough inspections and recommend plausible solutions to both residential and business plumbing concerns. Residents and business owners should call a full-service plumbing company for regular maintenance or emergencies. Whether you want to have water-efficient systems installed, repaired, or simply maintained, a trusty plumber can perform such services."
Thursday, June 5, 2014
"Thanks to their limited income, non-profit organizations have more reason to adopt energy-efficient heating and cooling in Denver. Once they do, however, the rewards can be very appealing. As Stephanie Carroll Carson and Mary Kuhlman reported in October 2013, for Public News Service-Colorado, Denver Urban Ministries was able to save about $200 per month with the help of folks from the Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC). All they did was to take certain energy-saving steps which, according to Nicole O’Connor of EOC, are pretty obvious: “O’Connor said nonprofits and individuals can see a 5 to 7 percent savings by just turning off lights in the house, setting their thermostat at an appropriate level, and other behavior changes. That savings can climb to 20 percent if they choose major changes such as new windows, doors and HVAC units.”"
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
"For example, the apartment complex could’ve relied on a water source heat pump system which can provide both warm and cool air at the same time. As the name implies, this system relies on water held between 60 to 90°F, which is then pumped throughout the complex and into individual compressor units in each room. The compressor units provide cool air by “rejecting” the heat from the water and give warm air by “withdrawing” heat from it. Only the best Denver HVAC contractors would know how to install such a system in a multi-family dwelling. That said, the availability and equal distribution of warm and cold air is just one thing that the apartment managers need to worry about. Building pressure control, leakage testing, and overall maintenance are other factors that come into play if they’re looking for the right HVAC system for their property. However, the idea that their tenants won’t have to rely on their sweaters and ovens to stay warm should be enough motivation for the apartme