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The article When to Replace a Toilet on about.com reads:
If a toilet is giving you trouble it is easy to conclude that it needs to be replaced. While installing a new toilet can definitely be the best option for a troublesome fixture it is not necessarily the only solution. When a few repairs will be enough to solve the problem there is no reason to spend the extra money to buy a new toilet and take the time to install it. The key is knowing when to replace a toilet and when to repair it instead.
According to the article, Do You Need to Replace Your Plumbing? on houselogic.com:
Nothing lasts forever, including the pipes inside your house. Over the decades, the tubing gradually corrodes, rusts, and decays. Unless you replace plumbing, you’re eventually going to get leaks, and possibly a flood of water or raw sewage into your home that causes thousands of dollars in damage to your building and belongings. But is a plumbing disaster imminent or just a concern for the distant future? Replacing old pipes in a 1,500 square foot, two-bathroom home costs $4,000 to $10,000, and requires cutting open walls and floors, so you certainly don’t want to do the job before it’s necessary.
Air conditioners (ACs) are straightforward machines that serve one function—to keep you cool and comfortable. However, the inner workings of these machines is something not most people are familiar with. Of course, you can't expect everyone to be AC expert, which is why Denver HVAC technicians are called in to do the job. How do you tell what the problem is before you call in an expert to fix it? An eHow.com article by Chris Weis gives us a short run-through of the most common symptoms of low refrigerant problems with your AC:
Boulder will not charge residents for flood restoration and repair permit, ABC 7 News The Denver Channel, September 21, 2013 The ABC 7 website posted a report regarding Boulder’s efforts to rehabilitate its community after being affected by a devastating flood. The local government plans to waive any fees for flood restoration and repair permits so that locals can have their homes properly restored. As the article says:
Colorado has seen its share of blizzards, and residents have at times had to suffer through deep freeze conditions. Frigid temperatures can leave behind excessive water damage caused by frozen pipes that burst as they thaw. One such incident in 2011 drenched homes from North Colorado through Denver, all the way to Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Occurrences like this can be averted by trying out these simple recommendations from a reputable Denver plumber.


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