Remember 1985? We Certainly Do

Underground water and sewer is a difficult business to break into and even harder to stay in as the years pass. Regulations change, permit costs change, OSHA standards change, hiring environments change, supply prices change, etc. Companies must navigate each of these...

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Underground Wonders

Isn’t it amazing what all can go underground? From the supposed “secret bunker” underneath DIA to the subway in New York, there’s quite a lot of things you can put underground. I recently ran across an article detailing a home selling for $18 million in Las Vegas. For...

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Sewer Myth Busters (Part 3)

In our last two blog posts (#1) (#2), we’ve looked at common myths the average homeowner may believe about their sewer lines. These include myths like, “My insurance will always cover the cost of the repair,” and “My home is new so I won’t have to deal with a bad...

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Sewer Myth Busters (Part 2)

How much do you know about water and sewer line repairs and replacements? If you are like the majority of people, you probably don’t know much beyond the fact that one takes water into your house and one takes gray water and sewage out. In our last blog post, we...

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Sewer Myth Busters (Part 1)

Most people know a thing or two about traditional plumbing. Many know what’s under the lid of their toilet and how to fix the trap if it is staying open. Some are familiar with what’s under their sink and might even own a few tools to fix it if it starts leaking. But...

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Our Lead Problem – Part 2

In our last blog post, we looked at the seriousness of the lead problem in America today. It is neither a problem of the past nor relegated to lower income areas. Lead-containing water lines can be found all over our great nation including in the Denver Metro area....

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Our Lead Problem – Part 1

It’s hard to believe that it has already been over 5 years since Flint, Michigan’s water crisis began. It began on April 25th, 2014 when Flint officials switched the city’s water supply from the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department to the Karegnondi Water Authority....

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A Time To Be Grateful

We live in an amazing country, don’t we? Your first thought might be: it doesn’t always feel that way. I know how easy it is to focus on the negative – the divisions, the hate, the politics that seem to seep into our everyday lives. News outlets and social media can...

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The Plumbing Disasters of Celebrities

It’s been said there are two absolutes in life: death and taxes. However, you could probably throw another one in there: plumbing problems. It seems no one is immune from these issues, even internationally famous people. According to a recent Daily Beast article,...

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