Most houses in the Los Angeles area have a conventional water heater, but homeowners may benefit from switching to a tankless water heater. Both water heaters fulfill their goal of providing a home with hot water, but is it worth switching from a tank-style to a tankless water heater? Weighing the pros and cons of making the switch can help you narrow your search for a new tankless water heater.
When the weather in Southern California gets chilly, homeowners can expect their furnaces to keep their families warm and cozy. So, when a furnace isn't heating a home up, it can make homeowners concerned. A furnace not heating could be caused by various issues, but what are they?In this video, we'll review why a furnace may not be heating due to the following issues.
Upgrading an old water heater to a heat pump water heater can provide homeowners with plenty of benefits, like lower utility bills and a decreased carbon footprint. Still, the upfront cost may sometimes cause hesitation. Fortunately, local rebates and federal tax credits are available to incentivize homeowners to move forward with installing a heat pump water heater in their houses.
Discover why your water heater isn't providing hot water in this video. Whether you own a traditional, tankless, or hybrid heat pump system, learn about common issues and effective solutions to ensure a steady supply of hot water. Video Time Stamps 1:39 - No Hot Water Tankless Water Heater 3:27 - No Hot Water Conventional Water Heater 5:11 - No Hot Water Heat Pump Water Heater
Water heaters are responsible for providing homes with over one hundred thousand gallons of hot water yearly. So when it’s time to replace an old water heater, it’s best to choose a manufacturer with reliable conventional water heater replacements. Two of those brands, A.O. Smith and Bradford White, have some of the most highly-rated conventional water heaters available, but how do these two manufacturers compare?
Conventional water heaters have been a staple in homes across Los Angeles and the surrounding areas, and chances are most of those water heaters are from Bradford White. If you’re looking to replace an older water heater with a new, more modern conventional water heater, then Bradford White is an excellent choice, but does it really live up to its reputation?
When your water heater isn’t working, you’re left stuck without hot water. You may heat a giant pot of water for bathing, but you may spill hot water as you carry a pot to a shower. You need hot water in your home, so why isn’t your water heater producing hot water?
When your old water heater gives out and it’s time for a replacement, navigating through all the viable options can feel stressful. So when it comes down to narrowing your choices based on price, brand-new conventional water heaters are affordable, but how much do they cost? There’s no set price for these water heaters, so it helps to understand what factors play a role in determining the final cost of a conventional water heater.
You may have had the unlucky experience of running out of hot water in the middle of the shower. And if you haven’t gone through that, the best way to avoid that is by ensuring your water heater is up to date. When it comes time to replace your old water heater, you will have to consider gas or electric conventional water heaters, but which one is better?