Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Winter Plumbing Tips for Thornton, Colorado

At Blue Mountain Plumbing and HVAC, we know what winters in Colorado are like. We work predominantly in the Thornton and Denver Metro Areas, and have experience with helping homeowners winterize their homes, replacing and repairing heating systems, and even helping families who are having trouble with frozen pipes.

We believe in customer service, and providing our customers throughout the Denver metro area with exceptional service. That’s why we bring you weekly blogs, with helpful hints to make your life easier!

Last week we brought you a winter checklist to help get your home ready for the winter. This week we are going to provide you with some tips to help keep your home running smoothly all winter long! Keep reading for some great information on winter plumbing tips to help keep your home warm, and your house functioning, especially if you live in Thornton, Colorado!

Complete the Winter Checklist: Have you read our blog that outlines what should be on your Winter Checklist in the Denver metro area? If not, make time. Reading this blog is our first tip for keeping your home in order this winter.

Keep Heat Running During Cold Weather: This may seem obvious, but it is important to keep your heat running during cold weather. This will help protect your pipes against freezing, and should tip you off to any obvious malfunctions with your heating system. If your heating system or furnace needs repair, be sure to call Blue Mountain Plumbing. We are available 24/7 to help!

Schedule a Yearly Maintenance Check: Scheduling a yearly maintenance check with Blue Mountain Plumbing, Heating, and HVAC will help keep your home running smoothly from year to year. From replacing air filters, to fine tuning heating systems, there are many tasks that should be performed yearly to keep your home in order, and your appliances working.

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