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Join APEX and Denver Water in Replacing Every Lead Water Line in Denver!

A National Problem

Did you know it’s National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week? October 22-28 is a week dedicated to informing the public of the harmful effects of lead in drinking water and reducing childhood exposure. Led by the Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. government is attempting to make all Americans aware of this issue. On a local level, Denver Water is taking steps to remove every lead water line in the Denver Metro area. Even though their water supplies do not contain any lead, Denver Water has estimated there are as many as 58,000 lead service lines remaining throughout their service area that may contaminate their clean water with lead particles. This is a massive project, but to manage it Denver Water has established its own lead reduction program that is spearheading the efforts to remove lead water lines. They are offering free lead tests and educational materials for customers and are urging people to be proactive about this problem.

A Local Solution

As a locally owned business for over 30 years, APEX Plumbing shares Denver Water’s zeal in ensuring the people of Denver’s health and safety. Having performed thousands of water line replacements over those years, we are amply experienced and equipped to remove and replace your lead water line, often times within one day. We use a safer and much more reliable material, copper, to replace your lead, and we stand behind every one of our jobs with our 5-year unconditional warranty. Lead poisoning is a scary reality for far too many. Don’t let you or your family be one of the “many.” Call today to set up your free test from Denver Water to determine if you have a lead line. And if so, APEX is standing by to offer a FREE estimate and our help to keep you and your loved ones safe.

To read more about what Denver Water is doing to fix this issue, click here.