When it's time to get a new hot water heater for your home, you don't need to rely on a standard hot water tank like the one you may have currently, although it may be the right choice for your home's needs. Typically, you can choose a storage tank, a continuous flow system, or a solar panel for the water heater. Each has their own pros and cons, so note a few considerations about them here so you can decide which is right for you.
The hot water system is an indispensable module in residential buildings. These types of elements are responsible for supplying water to the entire house, particularly in the kitchen and shower. Unfortunately, there are significant costs attached to the long-term operation of the hot water system. This can contribute to high monthly expenses, especially when the consumption is combined with that of other systems such as the heating and air conditioning units.
If you live in an older home or are thinking about buying one, it may become necessary to redo all of the plumbing. Ideally, you should have a professional plumber look at your pipes and assess whether or not they need to be replaced. However, there are a few quick and simple things you can do on your own. To determine if your home may need to be replumbed, work through these four essential questions:
One of the ways to reduce your carbon footprint and to keep your house comfortable is to switch to solar energy options. You may be surprised to know there are several solar water heating options available for your home. If you have never considered solar water heating, here are a few options that may work for your home and for your overall solar home plans. Solar Water Heater One of the easiest and most readily available option is a solar water heater.
Your household drains can be a convenient way of disposing of many different liquids and other items, right? Wrong. While they effectively drain water and most liquids without complaint, your household drains are not designed to carry away much more than water and diluted cleaning solutions, such as laundry detergent, dishwashing liquid, toothpaste, and mouthwash. So what are some things that are commonly flushed or poured down the drain but really shouldn't be?
If I didn't know better, I'd think my toddler started each day with a challenge to throw something new and different down the toilet. He has managed to put nearly anything can imagine down the toilet. I have gotten pretty good at figuring out what has gone missing down the loo and whether it's something I can fix or something that I need to call the plumber to help me fix it. This blog is for other mums of toddlers who need to get toys out of the toilet and get the toilet back to working condition as soon as possible!