Pipeworks Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘tank water heater’

Should I Install a Tankless Water Heater?

Monday, March 13th, 2017

Do us a favor, okay? Close your eyes and think of a water heater for a second. Chances are, the image your mind generates when you do that is of a tank water heater. That is, a large storage tank system that stays operating day and night to maintain a standing supply of hot water. While there are plenty of reasons to install a storage tank water heater in your home, you don’t have to go with that type of system if you don’t want to. There are other kinds of water heater types available on the market, including tankless water heaters. You should have a look at those, as well, to see if they might meet your needs better.

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What Is an Anode Rod, and Why Is It So Important?

Monday, June 6th, 2016

There is no way in which to overstate just how important your water heater is. Just think of everything that you use hot water for around your home. When you wash your linens, run the dishwasher, or take a hot shower in the morning, you are relying upon your water heater to provide you with a bountiful supply of hot water. That is why it is so important that you do everything you can to ensure that your water heater remains in outstanding working condition. If you use a tank water heater in Bloomington, IL, that means keeping a high-quality anode rod in your hot water tank.

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Should I Stick with a Tank Water Heater?

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

There are now more options available to homeowners than ever before when it comes to the appliances that they use in their homes. Take the water heater, for instance. Whereas the tank water heater once used to be all but your only option, the tankless water heater and heat pump water heater are both now quite popular. There is nothing wrong with sticking with a tried and true classic, though, so you may decide that sticking with a tank water heater in Bloomington, IL is right for you. Here is some information to consider. Be sure to contact a member of our staff if you have any questions regarding the water heaters available to you.

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