Water heater system

Are you in need of a new water heater system but do not have the time to go to the hardware store?  Or do you need to install a new showerhead to match the color of your sink but lacks some plumbing equipment?  Then fret not because you can order them all in the Internet.  Online, they have a wide range of plumbing equipments to choose from – from wenches to pipe vises to gauges, etc.  You only need to purchase them from a trusted site, and you are good to go.

15 thoughts on “Water heater system

  1. I just bought a house that was built in 1903. It’s only source of heat is a gas powered hot water radiant system. The radiators are beautiful but half of them have been removed and I am not interested in buying new ones and getting a new furnace. Does anyone know where I would be most likely to get the best price if I were to sell? This would go toward a new gas furnace and duct work for forced air.

    Thanks for reading 🙂

  2. which is the best water heater system based on the safety, cost, and usage ?
    gas ? solar ? or electric ?

    thanks

  3. i am thinking about saving cost and energy. want to get a tankless water heater. i would like to have a solar water heater too, but heard that u need a stoage tank for the solar heater. not sure if i can combine the two. anyone got an answer for me?

  4. Wanted to see rough price for adding plumbing for dishwasher , there are hot and cold pipes and a drain pipe right below in basement about 5 feet from dishwasher and can this plumbing come up behind the dishwasher?
    The sink is to far away to tap off and I will be doing the electrical

  5. Are there instructions for replacement of thermal coupler for gas water heater with closed system with only a window to see the pilot light. Looks like there are screws to take apart the area of the burner.
    I have a Rheem Guardian 40 gal water heater.

  6. The brand you purchased would be helpful, but I want to know if there are any pitfalls I should be aware of…

  7. We have an area to heat an a-frame which is approximately 750 sq feet. It will have to support one full bathroom and one guest bathroom as well as an apartment size clothes washer and a kitchen with hot water.
    Though these tankless systems are very efficient and all over Europe, they are quite uncommon in the US. Are there problems or is it just that the initial cash outlay is considerably higher?

  8. Can anyone give me the steps to flushing and refilling a solar water heater system? It uses glycol/water mix. The manufacturer is Rheem for the water heater tank. The Solar system is SX1000 by SolMax INC…Thanks a bunch ^_^

  9. I am a pretty good DIY plumber and an okay DIY electrician. However, in every home where I had to do the work always had a basement or crawl space. I am getting ready to buy a house without either and my question is:

    How do you access the plumbing and electrical if you can’t get to it from the basement. I know it’s in the walls and I will probably have to cut sheet rock to get to it. But I guess what I’m really asking is how do you detect where the exact problem is? Whether it be a leaky pipe or running an extra outlet.

    I guess I will have to access wiring from the attic but still not sure about plumbing.

    Thanks.

  10. I just bought a house that was built in 1903. It’s only source of heat is a gas powered hot water radiant system. The radiators are beautiful but half of them have been removed and I am not interested in buying new ones and getting a new furnace. Does anyone know where I would be most likely to get the best price if I were to sell? This would go toward a new gas furnace and duct work for forced air.

    Thanks for reading 🙂

  11. I have been doing plumbing for about 7 years and want to start doing work for myself.I want to know what options do i have.I want to put out business cards for myself.I completed the apprenticeship program for plumbing.I received a certificate from the state of Florida certifying me as a plumber.It also gave me an id number.I want to know if this certificate is enough or do i need more to start,operate and run my own business.If anyone knows please help.

  12. I have a friend who has a home that has copper plumbing. The residence was built in 1988, and she was told by a neighbor that copper plumbing is bad and has to be removed/replaced in order to keep the value of the home for resale. This doesn’t seem to make sense and the home DOES NOT have any plumbing issues to date. The neighbor cautioned that copper plumbing can burst. Is there any ring of truth to this or is the neighbor thinking of something else. A home built in 1988 doesn’t seem that old to me.
    Please help. All answers are welcome. Thanks.
    Additional details. Here is the suspected issue:

    Different metals or types of pipe: copper and galvanized iron, were directly connected in the potable water supply system

    From this point of view, we are told the entire plumbing in the home needs to be changed. Can this be right?

  13. I’m working on a sustainable building for a school project and am hoping to save space by using tank less heaters as a back up for the on roof hot water system? any thoughts pro or con?

  14. For plumbing, would going to a trade school for plumbing help you obtain an apprenticeship? How else would you go about obtaining an apprenticeship?

  15. it to solar water heating system with the aim to save money, electricity consumption etc.. & may be other benefits related to human body effects by using solar water heating system.. can anyone help me out…

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