Recent Posts in Water Heater Category

  • 6 Steps to Prepare Your Home for Winter

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    7 Dec. 2016

    With winter comes the cold weather and frosty nights! While the season may be perfect for the way it enhances the holiday vibes, it can also cause various problems in the home, some of which relate to plumbing. Because our team at The Eco Plumbers would like to help you protect your home before problems arise, we have listed 6 steps you to prepare your plumbing for the winter season. 1. Fix Leaks ...
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  • Tankless Water Heaters vs. Traditional Tank Heater

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    5 Oct. 2016

    There are many factors to consider when purchasing a new water heater. First, you should consider whether a tankless water heater or a traditional tank water heater is a better fit for your home. To begin this process, determine how much water your household uses and needs as well as the ground water temperature in your area. If weather conditions are not extreme, a tankless water heater may be ...
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  • The Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    22 Apr. 2016

    If your old water heater needs replacing, The Eco Plumbers highly recommends that you consider a tankless water heater. Tankless water heaters are more reliable, efficient, and convenient than traditional water heaters, which have certain limitations due to their size and the amount of time it takes to heat a large quantity of stored water. Tankless water heaters provide the following benefits: ...
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  • Top 5 Plumbing Scares

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    3 Sep. 2015

    Professional plumbers field a lot of different types of plumbing problems. The following are 5 of the most common plumbing scares homeowners face. By understanding how they start, you can take the proper preventative measures to avoid these problems in your own home. 1. Clogged Drains Clogged drains are caused by a number of things such as hair build-up, grease and fat, debris and foreign objects ...
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  • Is Your Water Heater Ready for Back to School?

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    5 Aug. 2015

    Waking up to a cold shower before school or work isn't very fun. If you're getting the kids back into their fall school routines in anticipation of the 2015-2016 academic year, you might want to put a water heater inspection on your to-do list. What the School Year Does to a Water Heater You may not have given it much thought, but the school year can put a lot of pressure on your old water ...
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  • Getting Rid of Water Heater Odors

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    28 Jul. 2015

    The smell of rotting eggs or another unpleasant scent coming from your faucets can be startling. The good news is it's a common problem that can typically be easily fixed. Odors are caused by the buildup of bacteria somewhere in the water lines. If left unattended, however, the bacteria causing the smell can start to affect your health. Start troubleshooting your system as soon as you smell ...
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  • 5 Ways to Make Your Plumbing Eco-Friendly

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    29 Apr. 2015

    People all over the world are constantly finding new ways to be comfortable in their homes without leaving a significant footprint on the environment. Solar panels and energy efficient appliances are commonplace in households nowadays. These products do a great job of reducing energy usage, but did you know you can make your plumbing systems eco-friendly as well? Eco plumbers offers eco-plumbing ...
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  • Visitors During the Holiday: Keep Your Water Heater in Top Shape with These Tips

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    10 Dec. 2014

    The holidays are a great time to host friends and family for extended stays. However, a fun gathering can quickly turn into an unenjoyable situation if the water heater is on the fritz. Being without hot water is hard at any point in the year, but even more so when cold weather arrives. If a water heater is well maintained, it can have a lifespan of about 8-12 years. Here are some ways to make ...
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  • Spring Plumbing Tips

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    12 Mar. 2014

    With spring finally around the corner, it's time for some spring cleaning! Aside from cleaning your home, this is the perfect time to ensure your plumbing system is in top condition. Since leaks and other plumbing issues can result in hundreds of dollars wasted, it's critical to check the condition of your pipes at least once a year. For many homeowners, spring is the most opportune time ...
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