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Jerry Sibley Plumbing, Inc.
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Spring cleaning is a good time to assess how well your plumbing and everything else survived the winter! 

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Winter is leaving the Vail Valley. Time to start thinking about getting those air conditioners service for optimal summer use! 

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We offer 24/7 emergency service in the Vail Valley for plumbing, heating, and sewage problems!
call 970-827-5736 

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Do you have a carbon monoxide detector? Carbon monoxide, or CO, an odorless, colorless gas can cause sudden illness and death. During the winter months with your home closed up and the furnace running the risk for CO poisoning is greater. Make sure your home and family are protected. https://www.cdc.gov/co/pib.htm
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Do you know where your main water shutoff is? With the cold temperatures here the potential for frozen pipes is high. If your pipes do freeze shutting off the main water line can help prevent catastrophic damage.


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With Thanksgiving coming up some things to remember, garbage disposers, and the drain lines to which they’re connected are not intended for use in disposing of fat, grease, large hard (T) bones and extremely fibrous materials like cornhusk silks and artichokes.
http://jerrysibleyplumbing.com/services/drain-sewers/
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There is still time left to get your heating system checked for a 10% discount! Call us today for an appointment. 970-827-5736
Offer ends Oct. 31st

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Consider replacing a water heater more than 15 years old. Newer water heaters are more energy efficient and will help save money on your bills. ‪#‎Plumbing‬ ‪#‎Vail‬
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A lower water bill starts with newer, more efficient appliances. Pay close attention to the labels that indicate the efficiency of the machine.
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If you seem to be dusting more frequently than usual, the culprit can actually be your heating system. When your HVAC system has leaky ducts, it can actually pull dust particles from your basement, attic and crawl spaces. #HVAC  
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