12275 W. 48th Avenue

Wheatridge, CO 80033

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Mon - Sat 8.00 - 5:00

Sunday CLOSED

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Denver Sewer Line Repair Company

Residential

Residential Plumbing Excavation

APEX Plumbing is the premier provider of residential water line and sewer line repair and replacement for the Denver Metro Area. We provide professional crews, turn-key solutions, and reliable service.

Commercial

Commercial Plumbing

We serve the commercial and construction industries by specializing in the installation and repair of vaults, interceptors, sanitary sewer laterals, storm lines, water service lines/mains, and fire lines.

Municipal

Municipality Plumbing

APEX Plumbing performs emergency repair and infrastructure rehabilitation in cities and districts along the Front Range, including water lines, sanitary and storm sewer mains, and service lines.

Our Story

APEX Plumbing is a Colorado company that has been serving the Denver Metro area since 1985. What began as a traditional plumbing business has grown over the past 30 years to become the expert in underground utility (water and sewer line) repair and replacement for residential, commercial, and municipal customers across the Front Range.

Known as “the underground guys” because of our unique qualifications to handle water and sewer installation and repair, we have also built our reputation on providing excellent excavation services and turn-key surface restoration solutions for concrete, asphalt, and landscaping. We take pride in our professional and knowledgeable crews and are committed to customer satisfaction.

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Denver Sewer Blog & News

Staggering World Cup Numbers and Their Effect on Sewers

With the World Cup coming to an end this last Sunday, toilets everywhere can (figuratively) breathe a collective sigh of relief. According to an article in The Japan Times, Japan’s 2-1 defeat of Columbia on 6/19 had potential to cause a major plumbing disaster. As any...

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London’s Fatberg Problem

Have you ever cooked bacon on a skillet and had all the fat run off? What did you do with it? If you’re like many people, you poured it down the drain. Wash it down with some water and it’s all good, right? Unfortunately, after years of doing this, it is not “all...

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Plumbing in the Age of Technology

With this new age of technology, it is hard to get kids and young adults to be interested in trades like plumbing and carpentry these days. Technology is new, fascinating, and all-consuming in the 21st century. The trades can seem old, boring, and dirty....

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