Being a homeowner comes with a number of responsibilities. The plumbing system is one of those responsibilities that most homeowners dread going wrong. It's a part of your home that you don't even think about when it's working properly, but when something goes wrong (and doesn't it always do so in the least convenient moment possible?) it becomes a major pain, fast. Here at Save Home Heat, we believe in equipping you with the knowledge you need to tackle common household issues with eyes wide open, so read on to find a few thoughts on common plumbing issues every homeowner faces and what to do when you encounter these issues in your home.

When it comes to determining whether or not it's time to replace your furnace or boiler, there are a number of factors that may play into the decision. However, much of the final choice comes down to personal preference. You likely know someone (or have been the one) who drives a car until it pretty much falls apart. Some homeowners take a similar approach to their heating units. Others might opt for upgrading sooner in the name of comfort, efficiency, or higher rates of reliability. Whatever side of the spectrum you may lean toward, these are a few of the things that are worth running through in your 'pros and cons' list if you're teetering on the decision.

The holidays are on their way and with it comes the unstoppable force of family get-togethers. You might only see some of these people once or twice a year, but by now you know what to expect. And while sure, life is no sitcom (where's Danny Tanner when we need him?), there are plenty of relative "types" we've probably all run into throughout the years. For the sake of a little pre-Thanksgiving stress relief and fun, we thought we'd run through our favorite holiday family tropes.

Being a homeowner comes with all kinds of surprises you never had to deal with as a renter, but some of the worst are electrical problems. Not only can they be some of the most dangerous, but common electrical problems plague most homeowners at one point or another. Being able to identify

Fall in Colorado is the definition of a mixed bag. One day 70 degrees, the next snowing. If you've lived here awhile, you kind of know what to expect, but for all the new homeowners in the Front Range, there are some things to consider when it comes to your home heating system (as well as electric and plumbing) as we head into this teeter-totter season. Everyone handles the changing of the season a little differently when it comes to

Furnace Tips

We've officially hit that time of year where heaters are coming on more often and making sure your furnace is in working condition is on the top of your to-do list. Keeping an eye out for warning signs now, while the weather is still likely to be a little more gracious for another few weeks is a great plan. If you can spot something that might be awry now, you have the opportunity to fix it before

From energy-saving lightbulbs to window treatments, here are 6 ways to go green in your bedroom and save hundreds on your energy bill.

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Your kitchen can generate the most waste of any room in your home. Between energy-guzzling appliances to your family’s trash output, your kitchen can grow a big carbon footprint.

There are many ways to make your kitchen more eco-friendly and more economic for your energy bills. From using energy-efficient appliances to upgrading your electricity, here’s how you can go green in your kitchen and save yourself some green, too.