If you are considering replacing your old water heater or installing a new one, you might be wondering whether to choose a tankless water heater or a tank-style water heater. Both types of water heaters have pros and cons, and the best
Sizing a tankless water heater involves determining the hot water demand for your home and selecting a unit that can deliver the necessary hot water flow rate. Whether buying a home with a tankless heater already installed or converting your tank-style heater, there are a few factors to consider.
Installing PEX Manifold In general, manifolds should be installed in an accessible location very near the water heater. They should be accessible because one-half of the joints in the plumbing system is at the manifolds, and an accessible location improves the plumber’s
A water heater sacrificial anode rod is a metal rod and is generally screwed into the top of the tank. It’s job is to attract corrosive elements in your potable water. Over time the rods get “sacrificed” for the healthy survival of the heater’s tank and the result can lead to smelly water.
Are you considering replacing your tank model water heater? The guys at This Old House explain how to install a tankless water heater.