Tuesday, September 15, 2015
When fat, oil, and grease (FOG) is poured down the drain, they start to accumulate inside your pipes; and after a while, they clog your home’s drainage system. They can even end up clogging Denver’s main sewer lines, thus adding to the maintenance cost of the local government. To avoid this, have your drains inspected and maintained regularly by reliable plumbing services in Denver. With that in mind, here are a few useful tips on how you can keep your drains FOG-free. Do’s Do dispose of FOG in the garbage. Wipe your plates, pots, and pans clean with paper towel before washing them in the sink. It is not recommended to throw FOG and the soiled paper towels in a compost heap as this can attract rodents and prolong the composting process. A backyard composting bin will be safer.
Sunday, September 13, 2015
Plumbing problems are some of the most common issues a household in Denver and anywhere else can face. Not only can they be a source of great inconvenience, they can also cause great damage to your home’s structure if left unchecked. That’s why whenever a plumbing problem occurs, you need to have it taken care of by professional plumbers as soon as possible. An even better measure than resolving plumbing problems right away is preventing them from happening. As a homeowner you can and need to perform certain maintenance tasks to avoid common plumbing issues. Below are some of the preventive measures you need to do.
Friday, September 11, 2015
Summer in Denver has become a hodgepodge of hot or dry and cold or wet weathers. There are days when the temperatures are in the 90s, and you feel like you can’t survive without air-conditioning. There are also a few days when the strong wind of storms uproot trees and the downpour results in flooding. Is your heating and air conditioning system still keeping up and running well amid these polar opposite weather conditions? Be observant and never ignore signs that your HVAC might be breaking down. Here are some issues to watch out for and what to do when you encounter them.
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
For any business, HVAC maintenance is—or should be—an investment. It’s not enough that you bought the top-of-the-line equipment for your premises. You also have to ensure that it is functioning consistently and optimally for the comfort of your staff and customers or clients. You have to allot a budget for the regular inspection and fine-tuning of your HVAC. You can bet that maintaining your heating and cooling system will be profitable in many ways. Aside from keeping the ideal temperature of your facilities, investing in HVAC maintenance will also help you avoid wasteful energy expenditures, costly repairs, or even injurious breakdowns in the long haul. Technicians can keep the efficiency of the unit, prevent extensive damages and accidents, and detect any issue that would prompt repairs or even timely parts replacements.