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You’ve opted for the space and energy savings provided by tankless water heating, but the decision making process is not yet over. The next big choice has plagued numerous homeowners over the years: gas or electric? Each option has its merits and neither is appropriate in all situations. The following are a few key considerations

Not everyone comes armed with professional plumber tools, which is probably a good thing. Can you imagine the damage that untrained/amateur homeowners could do if they had easy access to tools like giant pipe wrenches, tube cutters and a propane torch? Part of being a quality plumber isn’t just helping unclog people’s drains; people in this profession have

Septic tank maintenance does not need to be a complicated matter; following basic guidelines will prolong the life of your system and reduce your overall expenses. Keeping a written record of any professional services performed on your tank will increase the value of your home and reduce the need for unnecessary septic tank pumping. Six

It is very important, if you plan major renovations of your home (and that includes plumbings) to hire a company that is lead-safe certified by the EPA. Put into law on April, 2010, it is required that contractors performing any renovation, repair, and home improvement projects that disturb lead-based paint in homes and other facilities must

Many homeowners are asking themselves: Should I go with a tankless water heater or stay with a traditional one? There are certain benefits to having either, but recent studies show that going tankless is an efficient, cost-effective way to have on-demand hot water and save yourself a lot of money in the process. Some worry

While it might seem that change is slow to hit the plumbing industry, new technologies and practices that focus on sustainable, green methods are becoming more common. Grid-interactive water heaters and reclaimed water systems are innovations that are changing the industry and affecting both utilities and residential plumbing businesses. Grid-interactive water heaters use smart controls