AW Heating & Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Water Heater Installation’

Beware This Water Heater Enemy: Scaling

Monday, November 8th, 2021

One of the most common problems your water heater will ever face is often one of the most misunderstood issues–scaling. Scaling happens due to hard water. Hard water is water with excessive minerals in it–namely calcium, magnesium, and iron. The minerals build up and form deposits that stick to the inside of your pipes and plumbing fixtures. Scaling can go unnoticed for a while, but eventually can and will have a big effect on your water heater–whether it’s a traditional tank model or a tankless water heater.

Read on to learn more about the problem of scaling. When you need your water heater flushed to eliminate this problem, then it’s time to schedule maintenance, which you can call our team for!

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You Should Consider a Tankless Water Heater If…

Monday, October 11th, 2021

Tankless water heaters aren’t a brand new concept, but they’re still a bit misunderstood by homeowners. And they can actually be a fantastic, efficient resource for those homeowners!

The thing is, if you’re like most individuals, you want to be as comfortable as possible in your living space, as affordably as possible. Traditional tank water heaters don’t always allow for this. And tankless systems are a great alternative for many homeowners looking to save money and/or have instant hot water whenever they need it. Below, we’re going to uncover the various benefits that exist when living in a home with a tankless water heater.

Read on to learn more!

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Is a Tankless Water Heater Right for Your Home?

Monday, May 24th, 2021

If we ask you to picture a water heater in your head, what do you envision? We’d guess you’re seeing a big tank that has pipes and lines coming out of it, right? Now, take away the tank.

Perhaps you’re confused by this concept, or maybe the room you pictured in your mind is now flooded, depending on how deep your imagination runs. However, we want to bring this idea up because you do not actually require a tank to get hot water into your home. This is due to the invention of tankless water heaters.

A tankless system is just about what it sounds like. It heats up hot water, but doesn’t require the use of a tank to hold multiple gallons of water at a time. Not only is this a great piece of technology, but there are a number of benefits associated with it. Read on to learn more!

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