Since heating the water in your water heater consumes energy, you may be spending more on gas than you have to.
Tankless water heaters are small, energy efficient, and deliver unlimited, cleaner hot water. Installing yours is a great way to “Go Green”.
- In short, here are the reasons you would want to install a tankless water heater.
- Unlimited hot water when you need it
- Save money on utility bills
- Smaller so takes up less room
- No pilot lights, no leaking, no draining
- More energy efficient, 8% - 34% depending on size
- Lasts 2-3 times longer so no need to spend $$ on replacements
- Selling point when selling your home. Adds value and may sway a buyer.
- A tankless water heater can save you money on your gas or electric bill since there is no need to keep your water hot 24/7. The water is heated on demand by running through a heat exchanger and being delivered hot to your faucets . . . for as long as you need it!
- When sized and installed properly, your tankless water heater will give you unlimited hot water so that you will have the ability to run the dishwasher, the washing machine, and take very long showers, all at the same time.
- The cost is two to four times more than conventional heaters. But the money savings from energy efficiency and not replacing a tank-type water heater over and over again will offset the price. Plus, you never have to worry about having hot water again.
- When making the decision to install a tankless water heater, make certain to choose the accurate size for your specific house. A good plumber can determine the size you should choose by asking a few simple questions about your lifestyle and the size of your home.
AquaTech Plumbing is a leader in tankless water heater installations and can help you with one to fit your needs. Visit our web-site atwww.aquatechplumbing.com
for more information or call us at the numbers listed at the top of this page to set up your appointment for a free estimate.
Thousands of dollars in valuables and stored memories can be lost if your basement floods. Many people lose their furnace too. And the clean up is a long and expensive process.
- Be sure your sump pump works properly before a spring rainy season. Unplug your pump and pour several buckets of water in the sump pit until it is full. Plug the pump in and if the pump doesn't turn on, it's time to replace the pump.
- Is your pump running continuously due to a lot of ground water? This will shorten the life of your pump, because it is continually working or “cycling”. If it wears out, your basement could flood. Adding an additional pump is an extra safeguard against loss.
- A back-up pump is a must. If your first pump fails, the second pump will step in. The back-up pump must be run separately. Many back-up pumps fail because they are tied into the primary pump line.
- Our AquaTech PLUS Dual Alternator System with battery back-up system and alarm will alternate your two sump pumps so that neither of the pumps works too hard. It will also keep your sump pumps running in case of a power outage (a distinct possibility in a storm) and alert you if one your pumps fail, so that you have ample opportunity to change it.
- Pumps in a shallow pit can short cycle. This occurs when a pump turns on, but doesn't run very long, shutting off and making terrible noises. Short cycle doesn't allow the pump to fully start before shutting down. This is hard on your pump and will shorten its life. Make sure your pit is deep enough to handle the amount of water.
- Make sure your pump discharges far away from your house. If it is too close, water will seep back into the pit, causing your pump to keep running.
- Be sure your power cord is plugged in to a working electrical outlet. (Sometimes cords get accidentally unplugged.) If the outlet doesn't work, check the fuse or circuit breaker.
- Be sure your check valve prevents water from coming back into pit after the pump cycles. If water comes back, your check valve may need to be replaced. That's a simple job for a plumber.
If you need fast, reliable, licensed plumbers you can trust to help you with any problem you may have, call us at one of the numbers listed on this page, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to serving you.