What is a Hose Bibb?

Posted on on April 5th, 2019

The invention of the hose bibb revolutionized modern home landscaping. This wonderfully versatile valve features an angular male hose connection that extends from a horizontal pipe extruding from a building. Why is a bibb so revolutionary? It allows controlled angular water flow from the main plumbing source, and it prevents in garden hose kinks as […]

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Why are My Lights Flickering?

Posted on on April 1st, 2019

While flickering lights in your home may be scary, it probably doesn’t mean it’s haunted. There are many possible reasons for your lights to go on and off and it’s best to investigate the problem sooner than later. Here are some reasons why your lights are flickering: Plug Issues Ignoring flickering lights usually won’t make […]

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The Dangers of Overlamping

Posted on on March 27th, 2019

A common cause of house fires is “overlamping“. Overlamping can be a severe household hazard , but thankfully, it’s one that is very easy to spot. What is Overlamping? Overlamping is caused by using a light bulb with a wattage that’s higher than the fixture’s recommended amount. When you place a light build with a […]

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Signs You Need a New HVAC Unit

Posted on on March 25th, 2019

Your home’s HVAC system is an absolute necessity throughout the year. While weather conditions in the Denver area are mild and pleasant some days, extreme temperatures are common across all four seasons. If your HVAC system is showing signs of wear or is older, you may be wondering if the time has come to replace […]

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Why Spring is the Perfect Time To Upgrade Your Thermostat

Posted on on March 20th, 2019

A programmable thermostat will not only let you decide what temperature you want your home to be, but it will also allow you to program different temperatures for different times of the day. It can be especially helpful in the spring, when the furnace may be running one day, and the air conditioner the next. […]

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