How Do Tankless Water Heaters Work?

Posted on: 14 September 2016

Tankless water heaters are becoming more common in homes across the country, however, there are still many homeowners who do not know what tankless water heaters do or why they are desirable. Understanding how these water heaters work and what they can do for you can help you decide whether or not this type of water heater is right for your property. How Do Tankless Water Heaters Work? A tankless water heater functions by heating water as it passes through the heating elements inside the unit.
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3 Tips To Help Stop The Banging Sound Pipes With Well Systems

Posted on: 4 August 2016

If you live in an area where water service may not reach your home, you may rely on a water well to bring water to your home. The well has several different components to ensure your home has running water, such as a pump and a pressure tank with baffle valve. When some of the components of your well start to fail, you may have problems like banging pipes or poor water pressure.
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Gutter Problems And How You Can Repair Them Yourself

Posted on: 4 August 2016

Gutters help to keep water that falls from your roof away from your foundation as well as off of your head when you walk in your house. That water can also seep behind your soffit and fascia, causing mold to eventually grow, which can turn into a huge problem. Gutters are an important part of your home and need to be taken care of and maintained properly. See below for a handful of common gutter problems as well as solutions so you can repair them all.
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3 Reasons To Switch To Radiant Floor Heating

Posted on: 1 August 2016

Is your current heating system on its last legs? If you know you are going to need a full replacement in order to stay warm this coming winter, you'll obviously want to spend some time looking at your different options. But if your current system is especially old, you should also know that there have been a lot of advances in heating technology since you last paid attention. If you've never heard of radiant floor heating before, here are three reasons why you might want to make the switch from a traditional heater.
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