Both tank and tankless water heaters tend to fail eventually due to usage strain, damage or normal wear and tear. In fact, even with proper annual maintenance, a typical water heaters lasts anywhere from 8 to 10 years. Fortunately, a failing hot water heater will typically show signs of failure. Some of the common water… Continue reading How do Know if Your Water Heater is About to BURST?
Having air in your boiler system, also known as a hydronic heating system, is among the most common issues that you’ll get with a boiler. But the first issue you need to resolve is why you are having an air issue in the first place. It’s normal, when you first commission a system, to get… Continue reading How to remove air from your boiler system
A question people often ask us is: in the Seattle area, is it worth it to buy a “tankless” hot water heater (also known as a “hot water on demand”), or an instantaneous hot water heater? It’s a great question to ask, and the answer differs depending on what area of the country you live… Continue reading Will a Tankless Water Heater Save You Money in Seattle?
People in Seattle ask us: is it better to put in a tankless water heater or a hot water tank in the area? Hot water tanks and tankless hot water heaters have different advantages and disadvantages. Pros and Cons The Pacific North-West, in the Seattle area specifically, has relatively inexpensive utility rates for gas. So,… Continue reading Advantages Of Tankless Water Heater
There’s a lot of misunderstanding about what a hot water on demand can do or can’t do. One of the biggest myths is one of the names that a hot water on demand was previously called. It used to be referred to commonly as an “instantaneous hot water heater”. The problem with that is people… Continue reading What Is “Hot Water On Demand”?