Water heater

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Aug
14
2012

Draining Your Water Heater: Sedimentary, My Dear Watson

The plumbing system is a vital part of your Toronto home and requires care to keep it functioning properly. The water heater is one important plumbing fixture that requires maintenance in order to keep it running efficiently. Over time, sediment and sludge can accumulate in a water tank which will make the heater less efficient and it will also [...]

Jun
25
2012

What Do You Do With a Broken Dip Tube?

Curved Dip Tubes The curved dip tube was invented to help keep sediment under control. The bottom end of the tube is curved to allow a swirling motion around the bottom of  your  water heater. New sediment cannot form because it is always in motion in swirling water. You may always add a curved dip [...]

Jan
5
2012

3 Gallon Shower. 30 Gallon Load of Laundry. (?) Gallon Water Heater

Dec
1
2011

Is Your Toronto Water Heater a Time Bomb?

It's hard to believe it, but over 19,000 water heaters are replaced every day. About 7 million heaters end up being tossed out each year in Canada alone. A large city such as Toronto may see several thousand water heaters a year disposed of. Not only are water heaters a common plumbing malfunction, but unfortunately, [...]

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