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Get Your Water Heater Installed the Right Way

Monday, May 10th, 2021

Water heaters are complex systems. This isn’t just because they heat the water that you depend on, it’s because decade after decade they’ve become more energy-efficient and effective at providing fast and reliable hot water. These improvements are from some serious upgrades in technology recently, which then makes these systems (which used to be fairly simple) complicated and require professional service.

Unfortunately, many problems we see with water heater installation in Alameda, CA can be relegated to the fact that homeowners went out of their way to hire the cheapest amateur they could find. Whether it was a trusty neighbor or a family friend that’s handy with tools, amateurs are a dime a dozen these days and we understand the proclivity to hire one. However, installing your water hater the wrong way can cost you a lot more than you might think. Read on to learn more.

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Replace Your Water Heater if It’s Doing These Things

Monday, May 14th, 2018

Water-Heater-InstallationYour water heater is built to last, but it won’t last forever. Even if you take the best possible care of it, you can expect to need a new one at some point. But you probably don’t want to realize that you need a new water heater when your current one breaks down completely. The best way to ensure a smooth transition to a new system is to keep an eye out for certain telltale signs that your water heater is reaching the end of its lifespan, and then call a technician to confirm. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the signs that you should consider replacing your water heater.

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Water Heaters: Should You Go Tank or Tankless?

Monday, January 9th, 2017

There are a few different options when it comes to choosing a water heater to have installed in your home. Gas-powered, electric, tank or tankless. Tankless water heaters have become increasingly popular in recent years, and for good reason. But they are not right for every home. Which is right for yours?

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