Of all the problems our plumbers come across, clogged drains is among the most frequent. But before you get discouraged about your property’s troublesome drains, keep in mind that clogged drains can a thing of the past. We can provide professional solutions.
Here at Plumb Pros, we want to help you avoid bigger problems down the road. That’s why we’ve chosen to outline a few basic tips that will help home and business owners prevent troublesome drain clogging:
- Dispose of coffee grounds in the trash, rather than the kitchen sink.
- Use a drain-grate to protect the drain’s opening from soap scum and hair. (If you are interested in finding the best product for the fixtures in your home/business location, give our experts a call.)
- Save your cooking grease or throw it away in the garbage after it cools in an empty can or coffee cup.
When these preventative measures aren’t enough, here are some general cleaning techniques to keep
- Run hot water through the drain after every use.
- Throw a ½ cup of baking soda into the drain, and then run some hot water through.
- Pour one cup of vinegar down the drain, wait for 30 minutes, and then run some hot water through.
- Use Bio clean, Eco-friendly bacteria or Rootx if you know that beautiful tree in the yard is the problem.
Engaging in proper preventative techniques and being sure to regularly clean your drains can go a long way in helping you avoid plumbing services in Denver down the road. If these tactics don’t seem to help, or if you come across another plumbing problem that needs resolved, the next step is to contact a professional plumber.
Why choose a plumber verses a drain cleaner or handyman? Glad you asked. A plumber understands how slope/grade, venting and connections affect how your drains flow.
Here at Plumb Pros, our plumbers are experts in the art of plumbing, drain, heating and air conditioning repair in Denver. We serve the entire Denver metro area including Boulder, Broomfield, Aurora and Centennial. Call 303-430-1911 and see how we can make it look easy.
When it’s cold enough that even Frosty wants to come in, you don’t want your furnace to suddenly stop working. Imagine being stuck at the back of a long service queue, hoping your home won’t get too cold before your furnace is fixed. We know you don’t want to be in this position, and here’s how you can get help quick when you need emergency heating repair.
To get the best heating services in Denver, call Plumb Pros. When you need to establish a relationship with Plumb Pros it means you can always expect the same great service whenever you need help with your heating and air conditioning needs in Denver.
Even better, become a preferred customer member and forget about ever having a broken furnace. Memberships ensure your furnace is ready for winter but they also provide some other perks:
- Swift attention if you do ever run into a heating emergency
- All our work is guaranteed
- Discounted plumbing, drain, heating and cooling services
- Efficiency evaluations so you can save money on your gas bill
Save time and money! Your scheduled maintenance can also include your A/C and water heater. Service in Denver goes much quicker and is cheaper if your technician checks several units at once.
Don’t get left out in the cold. Leave it to the professionals. We make it look easy. Call us anytime at (303) 430-1911.
A record low for Denver winters is -29! While we can only hope that this winter will not be so frigid, it may be a good idea to take action now to keep your home warm later. By working with an expert in Denver heating and air at Plumb Pros, your home can be a safe haven of warmth and comfort when the blizzards and hoarfrosts strike. Here are some heating ideas:
Get Denver heating repair – If your furnace, radiator, or water heater is not in optimal working condition, schedule a service and maintenance appointment now before it is too late.
Insulate your home – Installing insulation is a great source of heating in Denver. You can work with Plumb Pros to insulate your pipes and plumbing appliances to ensure that you have warm water on the coldest winter days.
Seal gaps and cracks – Small outlets such as cracks around window panes or outdated stripping let out the valued warmth you are trying to preserve. Pet doors also let warm air escape.
Schedule temperature changes – Most new heating units allow you to schedule automatic temperature changes in your home. Make sure it is warm when it is time to get out of bed and when you come home in the evening. To counteract the effects this will have on your heating bill, program your thermostat to lower the temperature during the day and after you have fallen asleep. Plumber Pros is skilled at heating in Denver and can provide you with more information about optimal temperatures.
Plumb Pros provides these services as well as plumbing, cooling, drain, and excavation services in Denver and the surrounding areas, including Arvada, Golden, Broomfield, and Lakewood. Call us at 303-430-1911 to keep your home warm and inviting throughout the Denver winter.
Denver is famous for many things: The Rocky Mountains, Peyton Manning, skiing . . . and brutal winters. As such, your pipes are at risk of freezing in the cold winter months. When pipes freeze you not only lose access to running water on account of the ice blockage, you also run the risk of your pipes bursting when the ice thaws out. As you can see, these are drastic and expensive repercussions. To prevent your pipes from freezing, call your Denver plumber at Plumb Pros. He or she can also help if you realize your pipes are frozen. Here are some steps your Denver plumber will take.
Insulate Your Pipes – Exposed pipes are most susceptible to freezing. Your Denver plumber can insulate both below-ground and above-ground pipes to ensure the water is warm enough to flow freely.
Turn on the faucet – If the melting ice does not have an outlet as it thaws, it will create pressure buildup that will cause your pipes to burst. Typically bursting occurs at a joint or coupling.
Melt the ice in a safe manner – Remember that ice that melts too quickly causes bursting. This is why a torch or an open flame should never be used on frozen pipes. As an alternative method, your Denver plumber may use heating tape. Heating tape is customized to slowly heat up, thereby preserving your pipes. Some plumbers also use a specialized heat lamp with a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlet.
If you are tempted to thaw out frozen pipes yourself, remember that leaking and bursting pipes are not covered by insurance policies. Similarly, water damage that arises from improperly thawed pipes is also not covered by insurance. It is better to be safe than sorry; call Plumb Pros to prevent your pipes from freezing.