Most water heaters have an average life expectancy of between eight to twelve years. Most quality tanks installed in homes today are lined with steel and have a glass or porcelain component which, over time, will succumb to oxidization and deteriorate. Tanks that are nearing the end of their..
Over time, any water heater—regardless of the brand or type—will tend to deliver less hot water over time. Proper maintenance and care can help to prevent this. Some problems can be hard to detect since the only sign would be a subtle decrease in the amount of hot water it produces.
Are you seeing the warning signs that indicate it might be time to replace your current water heater? Hopefully, you have enjoyed long use out of it, but much may have changed since the last time you purchased one. Make sure you understand your home's water consumption needs and the features you..
If your current water heater is beyond repair or the issue is not covered under your current warranty, you don't have to panic. Even if a decade or more has passed since the purchase of your current water heater or this is your first time buying one at all, you can still make an informed..
Although we take our air conditioning for granted in current times, it wasn't too long ago when air conditioning was considered a luxury. From the days of integrating cooling systems into the actual structure of the home, it's safe to say that we've come a long way in terms of cooling our home..
Advances in home automation technology are making it easier and more convenient for homeowners to do a wide range of tasks that help reduce energy usage and utility bills.
The heat is out of control this summer in most areas of the United States. This is especially true in Las Vegas, where the temperatures soar into the 100s and beyond. You need your air conditioning to be in amazing working order to combat those high temperatures. The heat dome has been..
Low air quality indoors can negatively impact your family’s health today as well as in the long run. Poor air quality inside your home is worse than air pollution outside because, in many cases, the air inside your house isn’t circulated.