Have Your Water Pressure Checked Today

It’s necessary to have your house water pressure checked by an expert annually to make sure it’s functioning correctly to avoid these expensive repairs. Your Littleton, Co. plumbing professionals at Sure Comfort Services will review your water pressure with every service call we perform. If it’s too high, we are going to allow you to know what needs to be done to save you all the damaging effects that associate with it. This service alone can save tons of if not thousands of dollars in avoidable repairs down the road.

Stop Leaks before It’s Too Late

Not only can leaks waste gallons of water, but they additionally increase your water bill if left untreated. Distinguishing a pipe leak isn’t always simple if the pipe is out of sight. When people receive higher water bills, they usually erroneously believe they used a lot of water than usual that month. If your water bill has been systematically high, call Sure Comfort Services so that our capable Littleton, Co. plumbers can use state of the art equipment to examine your system for leaks. Leaks may result in severe water damage to your home, thus make sure you reach out before it’s too late! We provide free estimates so you’ll be able to understand the value before committing to the inspection.

Leaks are often caused by:

  • Frequently switching between hot and cold water
  • Drain clogs
  • High water pressure on weak pipes
  • Overgrown tree roots
  • Corrosion

Contact us now at (720) 571-0838 to find out how your pipes are holding up

Pressure Reducing Valves

Most water departments bring their water to your home at far too great of pressure for your fixtures and your pipes to handle. Pressure Reducing Valves (or PRVs) do precisely what they say-reduce the incoming city equipped water pressure to your home down to suggested, and code required levels (between 50-70 psi). Once a Pressure Reducing Valve fails, they typically stay in the fully open position leaving you with damagingly high levels of incoming water pressure. This extra high pressure can cause your faucets to leak, ruin your toilets, drastically shorten the life on your water heater, and even cause puncture leaks in your water pipes!

Contact us today at (720) 571-0838 and get the peace of mind a new PRV brings.