water heater

September 18, 2014

You Need a New Water Heater — What Will the Total Cost Cost You?

Buying a new water heater can be a slightly frustrating experience once you start to do a little bit of research into what kinds of water heaters there are available. In order to better understand what type of price you might be looking at, you need to first decide on exactly what kind of water heater you are going to get: tankless or conventional. Tankless Water Heaters Depending on the number of people living in your home, making your new […]
September 4, 2014

Water Heater Sediment Impacts Performance — Remove It Before It Does

Whether your water heater is gas-powered or electric water heater sediment can impact its performance. In the case of a gas water heater, that can mean efficiency is reduced to 60% or lower. In an electric water heater, sediment build-up can cause the heating element to burn out. A thorough cleaning, however, can return your electric water heater to 99% efficiency. To maintain proper efficiency of your water heater, experts recommend having it flushed every six months. While it is possible […]
August 7, 2014

Could a Tankless Water Heater Be the Answer for Your Peachtree City Home?

If you are installing a new water heater in the near future, you should consider both conventional storage tank units but also tankless water heaters. In the right situation, tankless water heaters can perform more reliably, provide substantial savings and can be more versatile. How Tankless Units Work Instead of having a reservoir of hot water that is always kept heated, a tankless unit stores no hot water, which eliminates a major portion of heat loss. A tankless system will […]
July 8, 2014

Did You Know That You Can Save Money While On Vacation?

If you are planning to take a week or two off this summer and visit that exotic locale you’ve been talking about for years, there are a few things you can do at home to save money while on vacation. These tips will result in limited energy bills for the time you are away. Set the thermostat to 85 degrees when vacationing in the summer. If you vacation during the winter, consider setting it at 50 degrees to prevent freezing. If […]