A break in a home’s water supply line may not be the most common plumbing problem; however, it certainly isn’t rare. A broken water line is going to elevate the water bill, and cause extreme inconvenience. Unfortunately, not all water leaks are as obvious as a large puddle of water on the lawn or a geyser spurting into the air. Benjamin Franklin Plumbing can take care of it for you. Contact our dedicated and skilled plumbers for water line repair. The following is what you need to know when a water leak is known or suspected.
If you are shopping for a water filtration system, you may feel overwhelmed by the number of systems available. The first step in obtaining the filtration you need is to obtain a water quality report. The report identifies any contaminants in your water, and serves as your guide in selecting the appropriate water filtration system required. A Benjamin Franklin Plumber offers quality water filtration systems, and the expertise in providing professional water filtration installation, repair and maintenance.
Installing a water filtration system ensures you are drinking clean, filtered water, a factor that cannot be relied on with bottled water.
You’re really saving up for that new home theater system, the ultra, ultra high def TV, a boat, a car, an iPad, anything, really, besides a water heater.
But statistics show that, as a homeowner, chances are that sometime, when you least expect it, your water heater will stop working and you’ll need to replace it.
Energy.gov estimates about 27 million U.S. households have a water heater 10 to 12 years old and, since the life expectancy of storage water heaters (the most popular type in residential homes) is 10 to 15 years tops, a bunch of water heaters are going to be replaced in the next few years.
Your water heater may be one.
In this post we take a closer look at two of the most popular water heater types — storage tank and tankless — concluding with water heater issues, a few maintenance tips, and simple ways to reduce water heating bills.
Residential plumbing can be so frustrating. One day everything is fine. The next, you look under the sink, and there’s a wet spot on the bottom of the cabinet.
As we continue to look at a variety of plumbing issues, we will examine common causes of basic water leaks, clogs, and septic plumbing. These posts are presented to give homeowners a basic understanding of what’s involved and what they can do when working alongside a plumber.
When considering plumbing upgrades around the house, the least sexy purchase, albeit most important, may be the water heater. With it, those showers and baths are relaxing. Without it, the house is in chaos.
More than a year ago now, the new Department of Energy (DOE) efficiency standards for water heaters went into effect and could be troublesome for some homeowners.
Yes, replacing an existing water heater will cost more, but how much depends on the equipment and technology chosen.
What you get in return for that extra dinero is moderate-to-significant energy efficiency, again depending on the equipment and technology chosen.
In this post we look at the impact of the DOE water heater efficiency standards, the types of equipment available to homeowners, and purchase considerations.
If you have any questions regarding the new standards and what they mean or your home, discuss them with your plumber or plumbing contractor when they make a house call to examine your existing water heater. If to have specific needs, there are plumbers who specialize in “water heater” service and installation.