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ExpressCommericalBuidWaterTemperature

Topics: Commercial Plumbing, Water Heaters

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Most people don’t put very much thought into water temperature in commercial buildings, but providing hot water for various business needs is a major consideration for the owners of these properties. Failure to properly regulate water temperature can result in scalding and contribute to serious public health risks in the form of bacterial infections. Not only are health risks a serious consideration in regards to water temperature, but it can also have a negative impact on the reputation of the business, leading to a loss of customers. If you own run or manage a business, here’s how to regulate water temperature in a commercial building. Read More
water heater maintenance checklist

Topics: Water Heaters, DIY

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Your water heater is an essential appliance that often goes unnoticed until a problem arises. To ensure that your water heater operates efficiently, reliably, and safely, regular maintenance is key. In this article, we'll walk you through a detailed checklist of tasks and tips that will help you extend the lifespan of your water heater, improve its energy efficiency, and minimize the chances of unexpected breakdowns. Read More
Repairing vs. Replacing Water Pipes in Sacramento

Topics: Pipe Bursting, Trenchless Technology, Pipe Leaks and Repair, Water Heaters

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Discovering you have a burst water pipe on your hands is never fun. You have several options once this problem arises at your Sacramento home. You can repair the water pipe or you can replace it. Your ability to simply repair it will be contingent on just how severe the condition of the pipe is in. Replacing water pipes in Sacramento can be costly, so evaluating the condition of your water lines is crucial when it comes to budgeting for plumbing systems. Other factors will influence your decision as well. For example, if your plumbing pipes are many years old, then you may want to consider replacing it altogether rather than attempting to fix it. Read More
DIY water heater thermostat replacement

Topics: Water Heaters, DIY

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Occasional water heater repair isn’t uncommon. After all, water heaters are like any other machine that requires routine maintenance from time to time. For instance, if you’re noticing you’re out of hot water or it runs out quickly, your water heater thermostat may be failing. The good thing is most problems can be solved with a simple DIY, saving a little time and money.You can do both by replacing your hot water heater’s thermostat yourself! Luckily, it’s a simple fix! Read More
ExpresseWillMyWaterHeaterFreeze

Topics: Water Heaters

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Unless you live in Florida, you more than likely deal with some intense cold weather during the winter. When those snowstorms start blowing in, that means all the heat in your house is turned up, especially for your water heater. The only thing worse than walking in cold weather is standing under water that feels like ice cubes— so your water heater is working overtime to keep you and your family warm when taking a shower or washing your hands. Read More
ExpressHowToChooseWaterHeater 2

Topics: Water Heaters

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Picture this: you wake up in the morning and decide to take a nice, hot shower. You turn on the shower to let the water heat up for a few seconds and then step in only to find that the water is FREEZING. You know there’s no way all the hot water could be used up, which points to one other possible situation: you need to buy a new water heater. Read More