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Protect Your Family With Cleaner Air!

With so many viruses and allergens, we at Brothers Plumbing, Heating & Electric want to tell you about a piece of equipment we’ve been installing for years, the REME Halo air purification system. We have always recommended air purification systems to those who have respiratory trouble, but we are now also recommending the REME Halo air purifier to all homes. So, if you want cleaner air, this is how we recommend you get it.

Numerous studies by universities, independent laboratories, and major corporations have shown that the RGF REME Halo air purification system is effective in reducing substantial amounts of surface mold and bacteria. And, other findings included:

  • Effective against H1N1 swine flu with 99+% kill on surfaces
  • 99% of microbes in human sneeze killed at 3 ft
  • 97% airborne bacterial reduction
  • 99% reductions of e Coli, listeria, strep, tuberculosis, bird flu, etc.
  • 85% odor reduction
  • 97% airborne mold reduction
  • U.S. Military approved for mold protection in field hospitals
  • 99% reduction of staph (MRSA)

Live Healthier And Get Cleaner Air With REME Halo Air Purifier

Breathing cleaner air isn’t the only benefit of using an air purifier. By keeping an air purifier running, you can actually live healthier. Air contaminants can potentially worsen many different health problems, including asthma, headaches, and allergies.

If you feel like air purification services will help you breathe easier, then please do not hesitate to give us a call at (303) 468-2270. Or, for more information visit: https://www.brothersplumbing.com/heating/air-purification/

A Message to Our Customers

We know your inbox has been flooded with emails like ours but we feel it’s also important to let you know that at Brothers Plumbing, Heating & Electric, the safety of our clients and our employees is a top priority every day. While health and safety standards and procedures are followed on a daily basis at Brothers, we wanted to make you aware of the extra precautions we’re taking as we are continuing to serve our clients during this time. It is imperative to us to ensure everyone stays healthy during this time of heightened concern:

WHAT WE ARE DOING:

  • We are closely monitoring daily updates and recommendations from the CDC.
  • Latex gloves are being worn by all staff when appropriate for the task.
  • We are sanitizing our service trucks and tools.
  • We continue to wear shoe covers when entering and working in your home.
  • We are increasing the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting our office and warehouse.
  • We are making a concerted effort to emphasize to our entire staff the importance of thorough hand washing. This means fronts, backs, wrists, and between fingers for at least twenty seconds with hot water at each washing.
  • Team members have also been instructed not to come to work if they experience fever or other flu-like symptoms.
  • Technicians may be wearing masks while in your homes and will refrain from shaking hands.
  • To protect our team, our customer service representatives will ask you a few questions regarding your household’s wellness before scheduling services.

At this time, we believe that taking the above safety precautions is doing our part to prevent the spread of any illness. Please contact us if you have any further questions. Know that if you need our services, we’re here for you. For regular maintenance or an emergency in your home, we are willing and able to make that service call using these meticulous protocols. And rest assured, when we interact, every precaution has been taken to ensure the protection of your family’s health and safety and comfort.

For the latest update about Coronavirus and additional information to keep your workplaces, homes, and schools safe, please visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

It’s likely if you are at home more, you are using your plumbing, heating & electrical services more and may need us during this time and we want to do our part to be available to help you.

Sincerely,

 

Lynn & Michelle
“The Sisters from Brothers”

Lordy Lordy, Looks Who’s 40

To trace the source of the Brothers’ Plumbing legacy, we have to go back to when Marvin and his brother were simply, well, brothers! Their dad was a plumber, and the sons saw that it was good honest work for a day’s wage. In 1980, they decided to follow in their father’s footsteps and go into business for themselves. Driving down the road together, one of them asked, “What should we call our company?” The other replied, “Well, we’re brothers, aren’t we?” And that’s how Brothers Plumbing was born!

Marvin’s son, Justin, and daughters, Lynn and Michelle, played among the big boxes in the warehouse as kids. As they grew up, dad put them to work answering phones, filing, cleaning offices, cleaning trucks, and doing yard work.

Justin eventually went from running parts to job sites to becoming a master plumber, estimator, and department manager. The sisters, Lynn and Michelle, returned to Brothers after receiving bachelor’s degrees in business. What was solely a plumbing business had branched out into residential heating & cooling, as well as an electrical division. In 2015, Marvin felt confident enough to step away from the company and retire, and to make it official, Justin, Lynn, and Michelle bought the business from their dad.

Sisters, Lynn and Michelle, became spokespersons for the company, now famous as “the Sisters from Brothers.” The systems and processes that their father put into place have been refined as the company has grown.

For 40 Years, Brothers Plumbing Heating & Electric Has Cared About Our Clients And Community

Now, at 40 years old, the Brothers team is just that – a team working to fulfill a mission of building long-lasting relationships, and showing our clients and community how much we care about them. Brothers Plumbing Heating & Electric makes it a point to give back through area charities on a regular basis to pay it forward and show their care for their community.

That caring, in turn, is reflected in the employees’ campaign awarding Brothers as one of Denver’s “Top Workplaces” for 3 years in a row.

Brothers may be celebrating 40 years, but we promise you, we’re just getting started.

Brothers Gives Back To Zoya’s Bees

Brothers gives back to Zoyas Bees
For our March 2020 Brothers Gives Back Campaign we are thrilled to be donating to Zoya’s Bees. On February 8th, 30 beehives were taken from Karl’s Dairy property in Thornton. The 30 active, hand-made beehives, that took 11 years to cultivate, were now gone. The request of the Karl’s Dairy family is that we continue to pull together in a time of need to build connections in our community for the betterment of our environment, and support for Zoya’s Bees. This resulted in a GoFundMe created to recoup what’s been lost, the goal of this fundraiser is set at $10,000. Brothers heard of this tragedy and decided to help out by selecting this cause for the March Brothers Gives Back.

At Brothers Plumbing, Heating & Electric, we believe in giving back to the community. Every month we give up to $1000.00 to a local charity or nonprofit…nominated and chosen by you, our customers! If you have a non-profit nominee suggestion, please let us know by filling out the form.

Go Green This St. Patrick’s Day

Spring Forward
St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner! And, with the holiday approaching, now is the perfect time to go green. What do we mean by “go green,” you ask? Well, there are several things you can do around the house that will drastically reduce the amount of water and energy you waste every month. Going green is just the right thing to do for the environment. And, if helping the environment isn’t enough to convince you to go green, then perhaps the savings will! That’s right, going green helps save money! So, to learn how to save money and help the environment, let’s talk about a few ways you can go green this St. Patrick’s Day!

Go Green Tip 1: Keep Your Drains Unclogged and in Good Shape

Make sure that your drains are in good working order. Clogged drains become inefficient. Use biodegradable soaps and detergents to keep your system healthy and avoid cleaners with harsh chemicals that can damage your pipes.

Tip 2: Swap Standard Light Bulbs with CFL Bulbs

CFL (Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs) bulbs last a lot longer than a standard incandescent light bulb and use 75% – 80% less energy.  The great thing about a CFL is they provide the same amount of light.

Here’s a quick comparison:
*Incandescent light bulbs can last 750 – 3,000 hours
*CFL bulbs last an average of 10,000 – 12,000 hours

Go Green Tip 3: Switch to a Low Flush Toilet

Older household appliances were built less with energy efficiency in mind. Toilets made before 1992 typically use up to 3.5 gallons of water each time they’re flushed. By having a low-flush toilet installed, you’ll use less than half that amount of water because you can choose between two flush options: a lower flow for liquid waste and a higher flush option (still less than 3.5 gallons) for solid waste.

Tip 4: Install a Low-flow Shower Head

We’ve talked about the benefits of a low-flow showerhead before, and that’s because it’s one of the quickest and easiest ways to conserve water in your home. The latest low-flow showerhead models can save you around 7.5 gallons of water each minute and don’t cut down on water pressure.

Go Green Tip 5:  Periodically Check for Plumbing Leaks

Chances are if you have a leak, it’s probably not going to be in an exposed area. It’s likely to be in your basement or in the plumbing between the street and your house, or other less-used plumbing areas in your house.  A good way to check is to walk around your house looking and feeling for wet spots.

Tip 6:  Replace a Leaky Faucet.

A leaky faucet that drips water all day can waste up to 150 gallons in a day. Combat this by repairing or replacing leaky faucets as soon as they’re noticed. This can save up to a shocking 4,500 gallons of water per month – huge savings on your water bill and on the environment.

Go Green Tip 7:  Install a Faucet Aerator to Lower Your Water Usage

A 1.0 GPM aerator uses 55% less water than a standard 2.2 GPM aerator without reducing water pressure.  This is one of the easiest and economical ways to cut down your water bill each year.  Many times you can save 13,000 gallons of water a year by installing a faucet aerator.  That could be a savings of over $100 a year!

Save Water With Brothers Today!

By taking a small, concerted effort, it’s easy to make your plumbing system more efficient and effective. And by keeping your system in good shape and updating household appliances like toilets, showerheads, and washers, you can make a severe dent in your yearly water consumption. Don’t overlook the small changes that make a big difference – it can save you the cash in your wallet and the environment.

Need help going green this St. Patrick’s Day? Well, then call Brothers Plumbing Heating & Electric today at 303.451.5057 to schedule an appointment today!