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Living in South Florida, hurricane preparedness is a fact of life. Every summer, Floridians replenish their food and water stores in order to be prepared for whatever the season brings. But true preparedness goes beyond the basics of food, cash and gas. Be sure to incorporate these essential plumbing preparations into your routine this year. 1.

Tankless water heaters, also referred to as on-demand or instantaneous water heaters are powered by gas or electricity to rapidly heat water only as it is needed. The heaters have high-powered burners which heat water as it runs through a heat exchanger and exits towards the shower or kitchen faucets for use – without the need

A well-maintained, properly functioning grease trap prevents restaurant grease waste from contaminating the municipal water system. If grease enters the city water system, it can cause serious problems. According to the EPA, blockages in sewer pipes cause the majority of the 400,000 sewer backups that occur annually in the United States. The EPA has also determined

Most property owners rarely flush their water heaters regularly while others neglect this vital task. Manufacturers of water heater systems recommend flushing out mineral scale buildup, silt, and sediments from tanks every once a month. Here are more reasons why you need to flush your water heater. It Extends The Lifespan Of The Equipment Allowing