Can Your Plumbing In Clinton Handle Tankless Hot Water Heaters?

Construction & Contractors Blog

Upgrading to a new water heater is inevitable when you have been relying on the same old unit for decades. After some point, the heater will simply wear out. When you are ready to shop for a replacement, consider tankless water heaters. These energy efficient appliances don't require much adjustment to your plumbing in Clinton. You will need a vent pipe for the heater so it can regulate internal pressure and release fumes if it is powered by gas. However, this is easily added through the wall or ceiling of the home. These heaters are designed to be installed right at the point of use, so that could mean half a dozen units and half a dozen ventilation pipes. Consider how you can consolidate the number of tankless heaters before calling for installation or committing to a purchase. Check that your plumbing in Clinton is in generally good condition before any any devices like a tankless water heater. Since these units can create quite a bit of water pressure, you want to tackle any leaks or damaged pipes before making the switch. Enjoying lower electricity or gas bills won't pay off if you have to spend those savings on repairs right away.

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26 November 2013

Bringing the Spa Home

When my husband and I took our "second honeymoon," we stayed at a glorious resort with an on-site spa. We booked couples' packages for massages and other treatments. When we got home, we decided our bathroom was not nearly as soothing or peaceful as it could be. Armed with inspiration from our visit to the spa, we ripped out the existing vanity, tub, toilet, and other fixtures, and replaced them with more spa-like models. A frameless shower door and a quartz-topped vanity were two of the best decisions we ever made. If you want to enjoy a day at the spa—without actually leaving your home—I hope you will use the information on this blog to make it happen for your family.