Replacing Water Heater with a Noritz Tankless Water Heater in San Dimas CA by Ca

Replacing Water Heater with a Noritz Tankless Water Heater in San Dimas CA by Ca Care One Professional Plumbing recently completed a replacement of tank style water heater with a new High Performance Noritz Tankless Water heater in San Dimas CA. The existing heater had a defective dip tube that had flaked apart and lodged inside the hot water piping, causing diminished water flow throughout the home. We installed the new heater and the required modifications to complete the installation. p Care One Plumbing serves the San Gabriel Valley, Inland Empire, and most of Los Angeles County Care One Professional Plumbing [HPGE] Read more »

PowerStar AE125 Bosch Electric Tankless Water Heater Review

PowerStar AE125 Bosch Electric Tankless Water Heater Review PowerStar AE125 Bosch Electric Tankless Water Heater Review – Excellent product with great reliability. Cost is around 0 on average, plus shipping if ordered online. 2 Year warranty and up to 4.0 gallons per minute of endless hot water. On demand water heaters are not new to the US, but are becoming increasingly more popular. This tankless water heater delivers a powerful endless supply of hot water. Not suited for colder regions and will replace a standard 40 gallon tank water heater. Be sure to watch the end of the video where we show you an alternative to the Bosch AE125 PowerStar at half the price! Marey ECO180 6.0 gallon per minute electric tankless water heater. Check out a great alternative tankless water heater righ here: [HPGE] Read more »

NJ AirFlow .LLC Navien Tankless Water Heater 240

NJ AirFlow .LLC Navien Tankless Water Heater 240 NJ Airflow has installed a Navien tankless wall mount water heater a 240 model. This is the largest model .Previously there before we had a standard 50 gallon water heater standing pilot. This is the top-of-the-line tankless water heater that you can get your hands on. It’s a lifetime unit with a stainless steel tank and combustion chamber. Has a built-in circulating pump which you can set the settings to have the water ready when you wake up for a shower and also struck down the unit when you go to bed. You’ll need to have the settings set to make this unit run but is a pretty cool feature that comes with this unit . This is one of the only units out there that has a input port for a circulation pump. The pump is built-in with the unit also with the storage tank. If you have any questions in regards with this video please feel free to contact us NJ AirFlow .LLC is a family owned and operated company based in central Jersey. We currently serve the tri-state area for all your services, installation, HVAC, plumbing and Electrical work. We deal with some of the most basic installations to the most complex state-of-the-art high-efficiency systems available. We also have true 24 hour emergency service and 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Heating, Air-conditioning, Plumbing & Electrical Residential. Commercial. Industrial FULLY INSURED & BONDED [HPGE] Read more »

Tankless Water Heater Troubleshooting

Tankless Water Heater Troubleshooting I need your advice on tankless water heater troubleshooting. Tankless hot water heaters have digital displays for the temperature setting. I’m assuming no one has been playing with that thermostat. Not necessary when you can turn the cold water knob instead. If you turned off the water to the hot water heater to avoid a leak or perform maintenance, it won’t work. I have not turned anything off. And before you ask, I know it has power because the standby light is on. I’d suggest checking the gas valves too. After all, you could have had gas shut down to the hot water heater while someone was working on the furnace but forgot to turn it back on. Why do you assume I have a gas tankless hot water heater? There are electric tankless hot water heaters, but they do not deliver hot water fast enough for most people’s opinion to be worth installing. So you know the lack of hot water is not because an electric element burned out or the constant stream of tepid water is due to the design. It can be due to a messed up control panel, especially the ones complicated enough to have extra heating when it first starts up so you don’t get literally hot and cold alternating water as it turns on and off. If mine has that setting, it is stuck in cold. You can turn it off and back on, just in case that resets the control panel. So it is just like my furnace. A lot of people like tankless hot water heaters because they do not have to be drained to get rid of sediments that insulate the tank, making it hard to heat up the water. I hated that in my old hot water heater. And then there was the problem of the water coming out smelling like rotten eggs from bacteria growth in tepid water. What they neglect to realize is that the same water that creates hard water scales can still clog up the pipes passing through the tankless water heater. If the hard water was that hard, I’d notice it from the difficulty of soaping up in the shower. Remember that gas powered hot water heaters still burn gas, and if it does not think it has sufficient venting for any fumes, it’ll turn off just like a furnace. I know when the furnace is working because I hear the fans and can feel heat in at least the heat exchanger. On a tankless hot water heater, you should see red lights on the hot water heater. If the red lights are on but there’s no hot water, that’s when you call in a pro. That’s why I called you. If there’s water dripping inside the thing, it could short out electronics and cause a control board to malfunction. [HPGE] Read more »

Takagi Tankless Repair

Takagi Tankless Repair Takagi Tankless Water Heater Doc Joe’s was called out to reassemble a Takagi TK-4 Tankless water heater after a home owner attempted to change the heat exchanger himself. [HPGE] Read more »

Tankless Water Heater Repair Memphis

Tankless Water Heater Repair Memphis Tankless Water Heater Repair Memphis Tankless Water Heater Repair Memphis Tankless Water Heater Troubleshooting Suggestions So that one can get the maximum cost rewards of utilizing a tankless water heater, it will need to be properly looked after. We do provide a regularly scheduled service agreement that will ensure that ones Memphis tankless heater is operating as it needs to, and in helps of stopping any undesirable emergency repairs. If one is use to having a gas or electric water heater and never undertaking any upkeep to it (despite the fact that one ought to), it is important to do so with a tankless type. Typically, it is external factors which are the source of a required tankless water heater repair in Memphis TN. Common Tankless Water Heater Concerns Incorrect venting. The most usual mistake with the set up of a tankless heater is using regular B-vent. The problem is that it may swiftly ruin the heat exchanger because of acidic condensation. The wrong sized gas supply line is used. Sometimes the supply line is undersized and was just attached to the present line. The size described in the setup handbook needs to be utilized. The gas pressure is not correct. The working pressure ought to be from 5 to 10 1/2 inches WC for Natural Gas and 9 1/2 to 14 inches for Liquid Propane, depending upon the model. The incorrect type of gas is used – natural gas or liquid propane. It is not allowed to use the non-specified type. Water flow or temperature fluctuation concerns. There are numerous things we will check to make sure they are working properly, like cleaning or changing the input filter, examining the check valve, examining the seals in the faucets and exploring to determine if there is a cross flow somewhere that should be dealt with. Hard water can cause issues as well. In locations where the property’s water is extremely hard, de-scaling will be necessary every so often. Environmental problems. A tankless water heater need to be installed in a clean space with access to combustion air that is devoid of dust, lint, grease, or chemicals. If you believe you are experiencing some of these issues, or another type of problem, do not be reluctant to let us know. The more time one waits for a Memphis tankless water heater repair, the greater the difficulties can be. It will not fix itself. #TanklessWaterHeaterRepairMemphis read more tips on water heaterrepair here: [HPGE] Read more »