Aurora Plumbing Company Blog: Posts Tagged ‘plumbing services’

Who Do I Hire to Install Gas Piping?

Monday, November 27th, 2017

white question mark on a blue backgroundWhen you think of the services that professional plumbers provide, it’s likely that your gas piping doesn’t come to mind right away. Plumbers, after all, are people who work with pipes that carry water and sewage, and do installation and repair jobs for faucets, sinks, garbage disposals, and sewer lines, right? These are all of the plumbing parts of the freshwater and wastewater system of  your home, after all.

But actually, your Denver, CO gas lines are an important part of your home that our plumbers are also trained to handle–and therefore when you need gas line services, your plumber is the pro to call! We are a team of full-service plumbers and can handle any gas piping jobs that come our way, from installation and replacement to repairs and maintenance.

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How to Prevent Frozen Pipes

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

icon of icicles on blue backgroundFrozen pipes are an unfortunately common occurrence during the winter, especially around our parts. And they can cause quite a bit of damage if they’re not dealt with. This is because as water in the pipes freezes, it expands and puts pressure on the walls of the pipe.

As you can imagine, this can cause openings for leaks, and even ruptured plumbing. To protect your pipes from freezing in this manner, there are a few steps you can take. Read on to learn more, and contact our team for Thornton, CO plumbing services, if you do end up with damaged plumbing, or if you need more information!

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How Can You Prevent Frozen Pipes This Winter?

Monday, October 24th, 2016

Discussing frozen pipes during this fickle weather period may seem silly; however, there’s no denying that winter is on its way. When it does hit, you certainly don’t want to be surprised by a plumbing emergency brought on by frozen pipes.

Frozen and burst pipes are among the most popular emergency plumbing calls that we receive during the winter season. We’re happy to conduct prompt repairs when needed, but we understand it’s much more convenient to prevent this problem from occurring at all in the first place. So what can you do now to avoid this issue?

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