Posts Tagged ‘Water Heaters’

The Difference in a Professional – Plumbing Repair in Your Home

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

What’s the Difference Whether it’s a “Professional” Plumbing Repair or Not?

Well to be honest, we see that it doesn’t matter at all to some people. Unfortunately, those could be some of the same people that always believe they got taken. To be candid, if it’s cheaper, then corners are being cut somewhere.


Instant Hot Water – Who Doesn’t Want It?

Wednesday, August 7th, 2013

Is Instant Hot Water Only a Dream for You?

How Can You Be Sure You Always Get Instant Hot Water?

As we continue to explore better plumbing practices and methods, our last article about “Tankless Water Heaters” indicated something that may have been news to you. Many people misunderstand the difference or use of Tankless Water Heaters. This may be because they were provided misleading information. It’s also entirely possible that the person they got this information from was either misinformed or possibly even talking about the use of a different piece of equipment.

Why Does it Take So Long to Get Running Hot Water?

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

How can Getting Hot Water Take This Long?

When you have a sink or lavatory faucet, and you turn the hot water on, the hot water from the water heater tank must actually travel up and then through the water line across the house and back down to displace all the cold water that’s just been sitting idle in that line before it reaches the faucet. The time this takes depends heavily on the total length of the water line itself to each faucet, wherever it’s located.

Is there Any Way to have Instant Hot Water at All the Faucets?

Good News… There is definitely a method!


Water Heater: Is Your Water Heater Working Right?

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

How Does a Water Heater Actually Work?

Simply stated, a water heater is basically a holding tank for water with a thermostat located on the outside of the tank – usually near the bottom. The cold water supply comes into the water heater (normally at or near the top of the water heater) and a tube inside the tank forces it to the bottom so it makes contact with the thermostat probe or sensor.