Two Common Tankless Water Heater Issues and Solutions

Posted on: 12 February 2021

Mineral buildup on plumbing and a tankless water heater and encountering cold water soon after turning on a faucet are two issues that you may experience after the installation of a new tankless water heater. Seeking solutions to these two problems will help you better acclimate to the use of the new heater model. Water Testing and Using Softener Hard water is water that contains a high mineral content. Water may form scales along plumbing and can eventually cause a blockage, which could minimize the amount  of water pressure or disrupt the flow of water.
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Picking The Perfect Gray Paint

Posted on: 20 January 2021

A fresh coat of paint is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to update the look of your home's interior. Gray is one of the most popular options when it comes to modern interior paint, but it isn't always easy to select the right hue. With so many different shades of gray to choose from, you will need to use these helpful tips to ensure you end up with the perfect gray paint for your living space.
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Water Temperature Not Right? Check Your Water Heater

Posted on: 17 December 2020

If you turn your cold or hot water on and you are not getting the right temperature, there is likely a problem with your water heater. Below is information about this so you can determine the problem your water heater is having. Hot Water Is Cold   If your hot water is cold, this is generally due to a problem with the thermostat on your water heater. First, check the circuit breaker and ensure it is on.
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3 Things To Know About CBD Salves

Posted on: 19 October 2020

The CBD market is expanding as more and more consumers realize the benefits that CBD products can provide. One of the products available for use is a CBD salve. If you aren't familiar with salves, then it can be beneficial to learn what makes these topical treatments unique. Understanding CBD salves can help you see how you can integrate these treatments into your healthcare routine. 1. Salves are Similar to Lotions and Creams
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