Water Heater

May 31, 2018

When Your Water Heater Affects Your HVAC

If you have a forced-air HVAC system and a gas-fired water heater in your Peachtree City home, you may not realize that they’re closely related. Both of these appliances are essential to your family’s daily comfort, and they’re also the two major energy consumers that affect your household utility bills.   What this means is that regular HVAC and water heater maintenance are both vital if you want have a truly energy efficient, comfortable home. Water Heater Maintenance 101 As […]
April 4, 2017

How to: Save on Water Heating

Every time you turn on a hot water fixture or an appliance that uses hot water in your home, your water heater goes to work. It also works a lot in between uses maintaining the thermostat temperature. All that work and energy usage can really add up quickly in higher water heating bills.   The secret to lowering your water heating bill is to combine conservation efforts and more efficient water heating. Here are some great tips to help! Turn […]
March 21, 2017

Tankless Water Heaters in Your House: A List of Pros and Cons

The tankless water heater has been around for a good while now — long enough for most plumbing companies to have formed some realistic views about the pros and cons of this technology. If you’ve heard some buzz about tankless and you’re thinking that might be the way to go in your home, you may want to read the following assessment before you buy. What Is Tankless Technology? Tankless water heaters are the opposite of storage water heaters. Just as […]
December 29, 2016

Does Your House Need Multiple Water Heaters?

Replacing your storage tank water heater with an on-demand or tankless unit can help you save energy, but before you make the switch, you need to understand key differences between these two water heating methods. First, consider how they work: Tank-style water heaters can keep 40–80 gallons of water hot and ready for use, so you can use the shower, dishwasher, kitchen sink and washing machine all at once. When the tank is depleted, though, it can take an hour […]