The Importance of Being Licensed

One of the strengths we at Apex Plumbing pride ourselves on most is our owner’s Master Plumber’s License. It seems like a fairly small thing in the grand scheme of things, but it actually matters a great deal. Why, you ask? Allow me to explain. In 2018, MVM...

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Are Your Water Lines Leaking Money?

Each year, trillions of gallons of water pass through private and city water lines across the world. Up in Ontario, Canada, a thinktank was created by several provincial construction unions and contractors to determine just how much of that water was being wasted...

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Apex in the Renewable Energy Business?

Did you know some believe sewers may be at the forefront of new technology helping the world go green? According to the U.S. Department of Energy, as laid out in this article, it is estimated Americans wash 350 billion kilowatt-hours of energy down the drain every...

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Beware of Scams!

In small town South Carolina, local police are looking for a man who is accused of a plumbing scam. According to this article, Jeremy Paul Edwin Mosley of the Sumter, SC area is accused of negotiating a plumbing deal, taking money from the customer, and never showing...

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COVID-19’s Effect on Home Improvement

I recently read an article from NPR.com on the surge in home improvement projects during COVID lockdowns. I have been noticing this and talking with friends about it, but it was interesting to see a major publication notice this. However, a quick googling of “home...

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Our History

For the past 36 years, we have proudly served the Denver Metro area to meet their underground water and sewer service needs. But we did not always do underground plumbing. Rewind the clocks to the early 1980s and our owner and CEO, Brian, was...

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The Underground of Underground

Have you ever been part of a movement or a fan of something that has yet to “go mainstream”? I remember going to my first concert at 16 at the Bluebird to see a local band my siblings and I liked (Meese). The first opener of two was a band called Churchill. We became...

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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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