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It’s cold outside. Keep your pipes from bursting!

Frozen

Winter has arrived and each day temperatures are dipping below freezing.  In homes built in Colorado, Wyoming and even New Mexico, Generally, the water pipes are usually located inside the building insulation, which protects the pipes from subfreezing weather. However, there are certain situations where weather and holes in the building can provide a flow […] Read More >

5 Easy Steps to Protect Your Pipes This Winter

Cold Temperatures

Now that it seems we’re getting these ARCTIC BLASTS more frequently it’s time to talk about how to protect your pipes from freezing and breaking. Much of the country has been in a deep freeze in the last few days. We saw temperatures drop to the single digits. Not good for the pipes. Whether we […] Read More >

Come Fire, Mold, or High Water: Why You Should Trust a Professional Restoration Specialist

Water Extraction Experts New Mexico Team

Self-sufficiency is a commendable trait, whether that comes in the form of a thriving organic garden in your backyard or a refurbished car in the garage. But when it comes to dealing with the aftermath of property damage, putting that self-reliance aside and calling in reinforcements from the experts is probably best. Restoration after water […] Read More >

How to Tackle Water Heater Flooding

Water Heater Flooded Basement

On a chilly winter morning, few things are worse than being greeted by an unexpected, cold shower…unless of course, that cold shower is accompanied by the discovery of a few inches of standing water filling your basement. Just like any appliance in your home, water heaters may work great without any issues for years and […] Read More >

Dishwasher Water Damage

Dishwasher Water Damage To Kitchen

Did you know that roughly 30 percent of household floods and water damage is due to appliance failure? Dishwasher lines and hoses can spring a leak or blow outright during the middle of the wash cycle, meaning gallons upon gallons of water could end up cascading through your kitchen—seeping under the oven, refrigerator, and into […] Read More >

What type of water damage does your homeowner’s insurance cover?

Homeowners Insurance Cover Water Damage

As a homeowner, it’s extremely important to have a homeowner’s insurance policy as it really is the best way to protect your home from potential damages. Every insurance company offers different types of policies and different terms of coverage, so make sure you know what type of coverage you’re receiving and compare policies before you […] Read More >

Warning Signs of a Sewage Backup

sewage backup

Whether it’s after a backpacking trip through the mountains where there’s not a bathroom in sight or after having to use a porta-potty at an outdoor festival, it doesn’t take long to be reminded of the glories of indoor plumbing. The sewer lines in your home carry away all the waste from your sinks, tubs, […] Read More >

10 Tip-Offs of Possible Water Damage in Your Home

Water Damaged Ceiling

Water damage can be one of the costliest repairs for homeowners. And while this damage sometimes comes in the form of flooding from a major storm or water shooting through your home from a burst pipe, most of the time water damage comes in a much subtler, much less noticeable form. But just because the […] Read More >

Storm Damage: Large Hail, Broken Windows

Large Hail Hits Fort Collins

Last week Northern Colorado was hit with severe thunderstorms. Many towns received golf ball sized hail including Fort Collins, Windsor, Loveland, Frederick, Longmont, and Greeley. Mother Nature has the capacity to do some serious damage to windows, siding, gutters, and landscaping when large hail hits. Other states such as New Mexico and Wyoming are often […] Read More >