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ERC is pleased to announce that we will now be managing the Denver Office, located at 953 Decatur Street serving Denver and Jefferson counties.
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What Should I Do If I Suspect A Gas Leak At Home?
In Colorado, a great many of our furnaces, water heaters and stoves run on natural gas. It’s a prevalent and cost effective energy source that’s also a lot cleaner than wood and coal alternatives. However, gas leaks can be deadly. So, what should you do if you suspect a gas leak? It might not be what you think.
Water Your Lawn More Effectively
A wet spring has many a green lawns sprouting up throughout Colorado. All that moisture is good for grass and means water bills will be lower. But Colorado has dry springs more often than wet ones. These tips are designed to help you determine the best watering methods for your lawn in 2015 and beyond.
What to Do If Your Carbon Monoxide Detector Goes Off
Most of the time when an alarm goes off in our lives it’s a drill or a fluke. We’ve become desensitized to them and don’t have the sense of urgency alarms are supposed to instill in us. But when your carbon monoxide alarm goes off, don’t ignore it. Carbon Monoxide alarms are alerting you to a very high level of a deadly gas you can’t see or smell. When Carbon Monoxide builds up in a space, it replaces Oxygen and can cause you to pass out. Prolonged exposure can cause brain damage and death. For your safety, follow these steps.