All posts tagged "water heaters"
Hard Water – Why it Matters
Protect Your Home with The Flow-Tech MAX Over 90 percent of homes in the United States have what is considered hard water – but why does that matter? The term hard water refers to water that contains...
- Posted April 22, 2021
Is your high-efficiency water heater going to lead to heartache later on?
(BPT) – It’s time to replace your old, energy-guzzling water heater, boiler, dehumidifier or furnace and you’ve done your homework. You’re going to save energy and money in the long run by switching to a high-efficiency condensing...
- Posted June 15, 2016
Show Notes: Heat and Homeowners Insurance
Heat, hot water and homeowners insurance, all the basics of homeownership. Morris and James have insurance updates you can’t afford not to know. Thank you to our guests: Cesar Chavez: Interior Designer, DIY Expert – designbycesarchavez.com Clayton Wells:...
- Posted November 21, 2015
Show Notes: Highlights From the IBS/KBIS 2015 Shows
On The House was “On The Road” to the international Builders Show and the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. 125,000 attendees visited 3,750 exhibits during the three day show and we make it to almost every booth! Thank...
- Posted January 24, 2015
Well Water and Water Heaters
Question I have well water in my home and of course the water smells – someone told me if you take out the ‘rod’ in the water heater…the water won’t smell anymore. But what rod is it...
- Posted April 18, 2014
5 Tips to Avoid Cracks From Minor Settlement
Question I bought a ten-year-old home in May of this year. It had just been freshly painted. It’s August and two cracks have developed on top of the kitchen door, one on one corner of a window...
- Posted February 23, 2014
If your washing machine or water heater is old and weak, read on Is your washing machine or water heater old and weak? A potential mess just waiting to leak? Those nifty new products you see in...
- Posted January 3, 2014