If you are shopping for a water filtration system, you may feel overwhelmed by the number of systems available. The first step in obtaining the filtration you need is to obtain a water quality report. The report identifies any contaminants in your water, and serves as your guide in selecting the appropriate water filtration system required. A Benjamin Franklin Plumber offers quality water filtration systems, and the expertise in providing professional water filtration installation, repair and maintenance.
Installing a water filtration system ensures you are drinking clean, filtered water, a factor that cannot be relied on with bottled water.
Residential plumbing can be so frustrating. One day everything is fine. The next, you look under the sink, and there’s a wet spot on the bottom of the cabinet.
As we continue to look at a variety of plumbing issues, we will examine common causes of basic water leaks, clogs, and septic plumbing. These posts are presented to give homeowners a basic understanding of what’s involved and what they can do when working alongside a plumber.
You’re really saving up for that new home theater system, the ultra, ultra high def TV, a boat, a car, an iPad, anything, really, besides a water heater.
But statistics show that, as a homeowner, chances are that sometime, when you least expect it, your water heater will stop working and you’ll need to replace it.
Energy.gov estimates about 27 million U.S. households have a water heater 10 to 12 years old and, since the life expectancy of storage water heaters (the most popular type in residential homes) is 10 to 15 years tops, a bunch of water heaters are going to be replaced in the next few years.
Your water heater may be one.
In this post we take a closer look at two of the most popular water heater types — storage tank and tankless — concluding with water heater issues, a few maintenance tips, and simple ways to reduce water heating bills.