Sweetwater Plumbing Blog : Archive for March, 2017

Why Consider a Heat Pump Water Heater?

Monday, March 27th, 2017

gold-faucetThe standard water heater that most people think of is a tank water heater, also known as a storage water heater, which keeps a supply of water in a large tank. The water is maintained at a high temperature so that it’s ready for use when a tap turns on somewhere in the building. There are other models of water heater available, such as the tankless water heater, which has become popular in the U.S. over the last decade. A tankless water heater heats up water as it is needed rather than storing it.

There’s a third water heater alternative: the heat pump water heater. It’s not as well-known as the other two, but it offers some excellent advantages to homeowners. It’s worth considering if you’re looking to have a water heater installation in Pomona, CA or elsewhere in Southern California.

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Spring Plumbing Help: You May Need It More Than Ever This Year!

Monday, March 13th, 2017

Tools_tools_houseFebruary was a harsh month for Southern California as a major rainstorm swept through the region. The amount of damage was immense and emergency services were kept busy around the clock helping to rescue people trapped on the roads and to fix downed power lines.

We addressed some of the plumbing concerns that your house may have encountered in the wake of the heavy storms a few weeks ago, plus advice on what to do about them. Today we’re following up with recommendations for checking on your plumbing before the official start of spring. We advise homeowners to make these checks every year, but it is especially important this March because of how cruel February was. Southern California plumbing systems aren’t used to this level of abuse from Mother Nature! If you need professional plumbing in Fullerton, CA or elsewhere, contact us. We are ready 24/7 to help with all your plumbing needs.

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Considerations for a Commercial Water Heater

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

There are few businesses that won’t rely on hot water in some fashion. It might be simply for the taps in the employee bathroom. Or it could be one of the essential parts of running a food service company. If you are a business owner in Southern California, it’s likely that you’ll need a water heater. If you are currently in the market for a commercial water heater, either as a replacement unit for your old water heater or as the first installation for a new business, you must turn to experienced commercial plumbers to handle all the work, from selecting the new system to the final tests before it starts working.

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