Every two to three years, water heaters build up mineral deposits in the tanks that could lead to lower efficiency or even failure.
Trying to keep your energy bill down this summer? Oh let me count the ways….
Lately there seems to be a plethora of articles out in the interwebs about saving money. Most articles offer the same tips and advice dressed up in different fonts for a reason-they work! Unfortunately, there are so many “tips” that are a waste of time. Here are some that either saved me real $, cost me real $, or are just need to be erased from existence.
As you may know, there are three varieties of water heaters: tank less or instant, solar and the tank or the storage. This is a piece that will focus mainly on the fundamental tank-type repairs that can be done and maintenance as well.
You have always wanted to be energy efficient. You have always wanted to go green. Did you know you have reasons that are all the more pressing right now? Read on for some excellent no-nonsense tips.
Have you heard about solar hot water heaters, but you’re not sure if it’s worth risking a new technology? This article is about what a solar hot water heater is, how much they cost, and how they work.
An average price a homeowner can expect to pay for certain types of repairs to their plumbing system.
A practical guide to saving on your summer electric bills.